UPDATED—LIVE BLOG: Full election results for Clearwater

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The civic election polls are now closed.

Final count for mayoral results

Merlin Blackwell—644

Jon Kreke—236

Final count for council results

Council candidates:

Shelley Sim—690

Lynne Frizzle—610

Lyle Mackenzie—587

Barry Banford—563

Lucy Taylor—483

Bill Haring—442

Keith McNeill—422

Brent Cooper—166

Travis Borneman—152

Will Ellis—146

Ray Kollin—67

Results for Thompson-Nicola Regional District Area A

Director candidates:

Carol Schaffer—200 votes

Tim Pennell—173 votes

Results for Thompson-Nicola Regional District Area B

Director candidates:

Stephen Quinn—57

Alberta Venor—33


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