Incumbent councillor Moe Banga has misplaced his seat in Sspomitapi, with International Information projecting Jo-Anne Wright will win the ward in southeast Edmonton.
At about 11:20 p.m. Monday, with 18 of 21 polls reporting, Wright had 34.36 per cent of the vote and Banga sat in second with 23.84 per cent.
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Banga was first elected to council in a byelection in February 2016 after the seat was vacated by former councillor and now mayor-elect Amarjeet Sohi. Banga was re-elected in the course of the 2017 marketing campaign.
Wright additionally ran on this space within the 2017 election, coming in second to Banga.
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Her key priorities embody native financial improvement, infrastructure, public applications and companies.
She additionally desires to be the voice for the varied neighborhood within the ward, and convey a lady’s perspective to the problems going through residents.
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