Kincardine election results by ward

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Larry Kraemer may have been elected as mayor of Kincardine, but it was municipal candidates at large who obtained the majority of votes.

 

Larry Kraemer collected 2,262 votes – gaining 1,117 votes in Ward 1, 693 in Ward 2, and 452 in Ward 3. By comparison, Laura Haight, who was edged out by just 38 votes, garnered 1,426 votes in Ward 1, 568 in Ward 2 and 230 in Ward 3. Mayoral candidate Ron Stephens won 581 votes – 253 in Ward 1, 140 in Ward 2, and shortened the gap in Ward 3 with 188 votes.

 

Newly elected deputy mayor Anne Eadie was a newcomer to the Kincardine municipal race, but managed to acquire 1,402 more votes than Kraemer. She received an impressive 2,093 votes in Ward 1, 981 in Ward 2 and 590 in Ward 3.

 

Maureen Couture collected 2,879 votes; the second highest tally of the Kincardine election. She received 1,821 votes in Ward 1, 758 in Ward 2 and 300 in Ward 3.

 

Incumbent Ken Craig is the only returning councillor at large. He received 2,597 votes – 1,357 in Ward 1, 786 in Ward 2 and 454 in Ward 3.

 

Ron Coristine snagged the remaining councillor at large seat with 2,473 votes – 1,391 in Ward 1, 665 in Ward 2 and 417 in Ward 3.

 

Interestingly, former Kincardine councillor at large Guy Anderson, who was edged out by Coristine, garnered 2,258 votes; nearly as many as Kraemer. He received 1,325 votes in Ward 1, 601 in Ward 2 and 332 in Ward 3.

 

Marsha Leggett received 1,577 votes – 734 in Ward 1, 458 in Ward 2 and 385 in Ward 3.

 

Ron Farrell received 1,478 votes – 742 votes in Ward 1, 431 in Ward 2 and 305 in Ward 3.