Mission Mayor Ted Adlem stakes out a waiting spot

Mission Record begins its coverage of local election results

  • Nov. 15, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Mission Mayor Ted Adlem and friends share a toast at Boston Pizza.

Mission Mayor Ted Adlem and his CRMG slate are at Boston Pizza watching polls come in.

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The Mission Record begins its coverage tonight, with Mayor Ted Adlem, who is with friends Ron and Elaine Harris, at Boston Pizza, where they are awaiting the beginning of election results.

Adlem and the other candidates of his Citizens for Responsible Municipal Government slate are at Boston Pizza this evening.

“I feel very confident and I’m just waiting for the voters of the District of Mission to make a decision so we can move forward,” he said.

Polls close at 8 p.m. and election results are expected to start coming in soon after.

Follow missioncityrecord.com for ongoing coverage tonight.

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