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Lamoureux wins 'clear mandate' in La Pêche

After receiving over 70 per cent of the vote on Nov. 7, according to preliminary results, Guillaume Lamoureux told The Low Down that he has been given a “clear mandate” to continue the work of the past four years.


Lamoureux won his second term as La Pêche mayor, beating his challenger Luc Richard by more than 1,400 votes to snag an impressive 72 per cent of the vote. Only 46.4 per cent of the 6,825 registered voters in the municipality cast a ballot on Nov. 7.


Guillaume Lamoureux won his second term as La Pêche mayor, with over 70 per cent of the vote, according to preliminary results, in what he views as a “clear mandate” for himself and the rest of the returning council members. Hunter Cresswell photo
Guillaume Lamoureux won his second term as La Pêche mayor, with over 70 per cent of the vote, according to preliminary results, in what he views as a “clear mandate” for himself and the rest of the returning council members. Hunter Cresswell photo