The byelection results are in.
 
The Town of Redwater has finally filled their empty seat on council. On Monday (Oct.29), Dwayne Spicer was voted as the newest councillor.
 
"I was pretty excited to find out. It was a good race and good to see lots of people running for the same seat too," said Spicer.
 
Spicer and Joe Melnick ran away with the majority of votes at the polls. Unofficial results saw Spicer receive 148, while Melnick received 132. 
 
"I'm very good at seeing the big picture and not getting bogged down on little details," added Spicer. "Having a strong commitment to the town I'm hoping we can push it forward and seeing where we can go instead of looking where we're at all the time."
 
Spicer has been in the community for almost 40 years and has deep ties as he grew up in the Redwater area.
 
Listed below are the Town of Redwater unofficial byelection results:
 
Dwayne Spicer 148 votes
Joe Melnick 132 votes
Tina Cosby 43 votes
Gary Kuefler 28 votes
Allan Nielsen 25 votes

 

 

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