Ballots are counted at the Terrace Sportsplex polls close at 8 p.m.

POLLS NOW CLOSED: Results to come

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The polls are closed in Terrace and votes are being tallied.

Voter turnout in 2014, was at 30.04 per cent, which was lower than the B.C. average of 34.5 per cent.

Terrace Mayor Carol Leclerc has won her second term by acclamation, leaving this year’s race to eight council candidates.

More to come in this developing story.

Polls closed in Terrace and Thornhill at 8 p.m. PT :

8:17 p.m. – Results still being counted in the Terrace and surrounding area

8:45 p.m.

Who is running for Terrace city council?

  • Sean Bujtas (incumbent)
  • Lynne Christiansen (incumbent)
  • James Cordeiro (incumbent)
  • Brian Downie (incumbent)
  • Evan Ramsay
  • Jessica McCallum-Miller
  • Martin Holzbauer
  • David Try

READ MORE: Who will represent you on city council?

Who is running for Regional District board of directors?

Electoral Area A (Nass Valley, Meziadin)

  • Harry Nyce (incumbent)
  • Eric Nyce

Electoral Area B (Hazeltons Rural Areas, Kispiox Valley, Moricetown through Cedarvale)

  • Linda Pierre (incumbent)
  • Dean Paranich

Electoral Area C (rural Terrace area)

  • Martin Holzbauer
  • Bruce Bidgood

Electoral Area D (Telegraph Creek, Iskut, Bob Quinn)

  • Acclaimed by incumbent Dave Brocklebank

Electoral Area E (Thornhill)

  • Ted Ramsey (incumbent)
  • Jeff Hammond

Electoral Area F (Dease Lake)

  • Acclaimed by incumbent Tina Etzerza

Who is running for school board trustee?

There’s a three-person race for the two Terrace seats on the Coast Mountains School District board, with two candidates running for the one open Thornhill position.

  • Art Erasmus (Terrace incumbent)
  • Margaret Warcup (Terrace incumbent)
  • Peter Lambright
  • Sandy Watson (Thornhill incumbent)
  • Lorrie Gowen (served prior to 2014)

READ MORE: Terrace and Thornhill school board trustee candidates: why they’re running

For full coverage, visit www.terracestandard.com/municipal-election or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

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