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Last-minute voters, not machines caused delays

Delays by the city clerk’s office on Monday night releasing municipal election results were the result of a last-minute surge of voters, not computer glitches with electronic tabulators.
Windy wrath

Windy wrath

Strong winds and sometimes heavy rain are pounding parts of the area, leaving scattered scenes of destruction in and around the city.
Election reflection

Election reflection

Keith Hobbs says it’s time for Thunder Bay to start healing.
Voter turnout fails to reach historic 50 per cent

Voter turnout fails to reach historic 50 per cent

The city failed to deliver a knockout punch to voter apathy Monday night as only 46 per cent of eligible voters decided to cast a ballot in the municipal election. Monday night’s turnout is an improvement from the 38.

School board spots awarded

Frank Grant was the odd-man out in the English Public School Board trustee race. Grant was the only one of nine candidates not to make the cut on Monday, falling about 650 short of the cut-off line to win a spot on the board.
Same names

Same names

Paul Pugh’s victory in the McKellar Ward Monday makes him the lone fresh face amongst six other returning ward councillors. Pugh ran in the only ward that didn’t feature an incumbent running for re-election.
Familiar crowd fills at-large council positions

Familiar crowd fills at-large council positions

The vocal minority’s call for change did not resonate at the polls on Monday. In Thunder Bay's at-large race, all four incumbent candidates seeking re-election were safely returned to city council.
First-time mayoral candidate Keith Hobbs wins

First-time mayoral candidate Keith Hobbs wins

Keith Hobbs won the sign war and he won where it counts – at the polls.
Election results

Election results

Following are the unofficial results of the 2010 City of Thunder Bay municipal election. Please note that results will not appear until after polls close at 8 p.m.

Hit and run suspect now faces impaired driving charge

Police have filed more charges against a 21-year old Thunder Bay woman in connection with last week's hit and run on Leslie Avenue.
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