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Revelstoke Votes: The election by the numbers

The City of Revelstoke have announced the official results from the 2022 election
Election signs in downtown Revelstoke ahead of the polls closing. (Zac Delaney/Revelstoke Review)

The City of Revelstoke have declared the official results from the 2022 General Local Election.

According to the City, of the 6,387 eligible voters in the community, 1,941 cast a ballot, or 30.4 per cent of eligible voters. In 2018, 2608 ballots were cast in the municipal election, 45.3 per cent of eligible voters at the time.

Experience turned out to be a major factor considered by Revelstoke voters, as councillors Aaron Orlando and Tim Palmer, who have both previously served on council, were the only council candidates to receive more than 50 per cent of the votes.

Here are the numbers from the 2022 municipal election as of Oct. 19:

Elected candidates are highlighted in bold.

Mayor of Revelstoke

Gary Sulz: 1,461

• Nicole Cherlet: 432

City Council

Aaron Orlando: 1,397

Tim Palmer: 1,290

Lee Devlin: 927

Austin Luciow: 871

Tim Staphenhurst: 839

Matt Cherry: 778

• Eddie Shultz: 755

• John Hordyk: 651

• Tony Jeglum: 621

• Rushda Rubaia: 607

School District 19

Alan Chell: 1,242

Wendy Rota: 1,043

Sarah Zimmer: 984

Jodie Allen: 739

Sasha Walsh: 678

• Cat Moffat 577

• Tamarin Martin 566

• Nathan Harrison 460

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