Incumbents re-elected to Peninsula Co-op board

Cathie Ounsted, Cathy McIntyre, Ron Gaudet, Mike Fecteau back on board of directors

More than 3,500 people cast ballots in last week’s election for Peninsula Co-op’s board of directors.

All four incumbent candidates were re-elected on June 20.

Below is a list of the number of votes garnered by each candidate.

*Cathy McIntyre   2,524

*Cathie Ounsted   2,484

*Ron Gaudet        2,397

*Mike Fecteau      2,196

Roger Hart           1,441

Jack Thornburgh   949

Glenn Davidson    814

Ron MacIsaac       540

* indicates candidate was elected.

All four incumbents plus Roger Hart were endorsed by Co-op’s nominating committee. Board elections happen annually.

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