Nak’azdli Band Council elections a close race

Four councillors will join the Nak'azdli Band Council for two-year terms.

  • Sep. 7, 2011 7:00 a.m.

The results are in and four councillors will join the Nak’azdli Band Council for two-year terms.

Howard Sam, Rosemarie Sam, Harold Prince and Charlie Sam were the four councillors elected.

Howard Sam was in top spot, with 134 votes, and Rosemarie Sam was re-elected to her seat with 123 votes.

Harold Prince and Charlie Sam were separated by a thin margin of two votes, with 106 and 104 votes respectively.

The fifth, and runner-up spot went to Anne Joseph, who received 92 votes. Thirteen candidates received votes in the August election.



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