Polls closed at 8 p.m. File photo.

Paul Horn is Mission’s new mayor

Horn wins with 2,122 votes

The polling stations closed at 8 p.m., and now the community must wait and watch the votes roll in to determine Mission’s new mayor.

Advanced vote counts will be shown first, followed by counts from the nine polling stations one at a time. Mail in ballots will be counted last.


Paul Horn: 2,122

Rhett Nicholson: 1,083

Nelson Tilbury: 736

Dave Perritt: 675

Colin Renkema: 409

Earl Babich: 60


Earl Babich: 5

Paul Horn: 262

Rhett Nicholson: 183

Dave Perritt: 67

Colin Renkema: 45

Nelson Tilbury: 79


Earl Babich: 4

Paul Horn: 133

Rhett Nicholson: 34

Dave Perritt: 33

Colin Renkema: 55

Nelson Tilbury: 57


Earl Babich: 2

Paul Horn: 151

Rhett Nicholson: 93

Dave Perritt: 71

Colin Renkema: 23

Nelson Tilbury: 50


Earl Babich: 8

Paul Horn: 354

Rhett Nicholson: 177

Dave Perritt: 93

Colin Renkema: 52

Nelson Tilbury: 138


Earl Babich: 4

Paul Horn: 118

Rhett Nicholson: 86

Dave Perritt: 48

Colin Renkema: 38

Nelson Tilbury: 56


Earl Babich: 6

Paul Horn: 187

Rhett Nicholson: 88

Dave Perritt: 57

Colin Renkema: 40

Nelson Tilbury: 78


Earl Babich: 8

Paul Horn: 192

Rhett Nicholson: 113

Dave Perritt: 63

Colin Renkema: 17

Nelson Tilbury: 53


Earl Babich: 3

Paul Horn: 84

Rhett Nicholson: 45

Dave Perritt: 39

Colin Renkema: 13

Nelson Tilbury: 58


Earl Babich: 13

Paul Horn: 384

Rhett Nicholson: 119

Dave Perritt: 124

Colin Renkema: 77

Nelson Tilbury: 85


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