Municipal Election

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Paul Horn wins Mission’s mayoral seat in landslide victory

Horn’s 2,122 votes almost doubles closest competitor to take District’s top seat

There were no lineups or crowds at the centre today at noon, with voters walking straight to the ballot box. Patrick Penner / Mission Record.

No lineups today for advance voting at Mission Leisure Centre

Advance voting takes place from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and Sunday; general election day on April 24

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Mission mayoral candidate – Nelson Tilbury

Candidates answer three questions about issues impacting Mission

  • Apr 16, 2021
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Mission mayoral candidate – Colin Renkema

Candidates answer three questions about issues impacting Mission

  • Apr 16, 2021
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Mission mayoral candidate – Dave Perritt

Candidates answer three questions about issues impacting Mission

  • Apr 16, 2021
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Mission mayoral candidate – Rhett Nicholson

Candidates answer three questions about issues impacting Mission

  • Apr 16, 2021
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Mission mayoral candidate – Paul Horn

Candidates answer three questions about issues impacting Mission

  • Apr 16, 2021
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Mission mayoral candidate – Earl Babich

Candidates answer three questions about issues impacting Mission

  • Apr 16, 2021
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Mission mayoral hopefuls quizzed by chamber

All six candidates participate in virtual question period

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Q&A with Mission’s mayoral candidates – Question 2

Balancing growth, the need for infrastructure upgrades and services but controlling taxes

  • Apr 8, 2021
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Q&A with Mission mayoral candidates

This is the first in a series of questions leading up to the April 24 by-election

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Earl Babich hopes to make changes if elected mayor of Mission

Businessman, developer and now homeless man seeks mayor’s chair

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Colin Renkema filed his nomination papers for the 2021 by-election on March 18. Submitted photo.

Retired police sergeant Colin Renkema joins race for Mission’s mayoral seat

Renkema says he’s tired of watching council waste time, money, credibility

Colin Renkema filed his nomination papers for the 2021 by-election on March 18. Submitted photo.
Mission has six candidates – Earl Babich, Paul Horn, Rhett Nicholson, Dave Perritt, Colin Renkema (no photo submitted) and Nelson Tilbury – seeking the vacant mayor’s chair. Election day is April 24.

Six candidates hope to win Mission mayor’s seat

Nominations have closed, campaign to begin, election day is April 24

Mission has six candidates – Earl Babich, Paul Horn, Rhett Nicholson, Dave Perritt, Colin Renkema (no photo submitted) and Nelson Tilbury – seeking the vacant mayor’s chair. Election day is April 24.
Nelson Tilbury is in competition for the District’s top seat against three other candidates (so far): Paul Horn, Rhett Nicholson and Dave Perritt. Submitted photo.

Former councillor Nelson Tilbury to run for mayoral seat in Mission’s by-election

Tilbury experienced in heavy equipment, development, real estate, finance sectors

Nelson Tilbury is in competition for the District’s top seat against three other candidates (so far): Paul Horn, Rhett Nicholson and Dave Perritt. Submitted photo.
Dave Perritt. Submitted photo.

Local business owner Dave Perritt joins Mission’s mayoral race

Perritt started Grab-A-Java Coffee Roasters in 1993; has long history of community involvement

Dave Perritt. Submitted photo.
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Rhett Nicholson throws his hat back into political ring

Former Mission councillor plans to run for mayor’s seat

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Photo courtesy of Paul Horn.

Paul Horn first candidate to announce run at Mission’s open mayor seat

Horn is active in many community projects, and served as councillor from 2005 to 2011

Photo courtesy of Paul Horn.
Challenger Harry Gough and incumbent Cindy Fortin were tied in votes following a recount of the Oct 20 Peachland mayoral election result. So a B.C. judge had to draw the name of the winner and she drew Fortin’s name. —Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News

Incumbent’s name drawn to settle who will be Peachland’s next mayor

B.C. judge draws incumbent Cindy Fortin’s name to settle tied mayoral vote

Challenger Harry Gough and incumbent Cindy Fortin were tied in votes following a recount of the Oct 20 Peachland mayoral election result. So a B.C. judge had to draw the name of the winner and she drew Fortin’s name. —Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News
The winner of Area-C’s election is still up in the air. An application for a judicial recount has been submitted by chief election officer Jaime Schween to determine if Annie Silver (left) or Wendy Bales (right) is the area’s new director. Preliminary results had shown Silver winning by a single vote.

Tied: New Area-C director to be determined by draw

Annie Silver announced winner by single vote ahead of Wendy Bales before recount called

The winner of Area-C’s election is still up in the air. An application for a judicial recount has been submitted by chief election officer Jaime Schween to determine if Annie Silver (left) or Wendy Bales (right) is the area’s new director. Preliminary results had shown Silver winning by a single vote.