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Armstrong, Haroun back on St. Albert Public board

Kristi Rouse, an autism advocate, chartered professional accountant, and newcomer to the race, came in second place with 4,807 votes. 
Municipal-Election

Incumbent candidates Kim Armstrong and Stanley Haroun have earned their seats back as St. Albert Public School Board trustees. 

Armstrong, a three-term veteran incumbent who won her seat back for a fourth term, earned first place with 5,093 votes. 

Kristi Rouse, an autism advocate, chartered professional accountant, and newcomer to the race, came in second place with 4,807 votes. 

Haroun, a mental-health therapist who has served one term as a trustee, earned third place with 4,756 votes. 

John Allen, a newcomer to the race and technical analyst at St. Albert Public Schools, earned fourth place with 3,678 votes

Sheyanne Leval-Crouse, who is newly elected to the position, earned fifth place with 3,652 votes. Levall-Crouse is a member of the Métis community and a community volunteer.

Marcus Hoople didn't earn a seat and came in sixth place with 2,941 votes. John Carle came in seventh place with 2,938 votes and Matthew Jarod Tait came in eighth place with 2,489 votes. 


Jennifer Henderson, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

About the Author: Jennifer Henderson, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Jennifer Henderson is the Local Journalism Initiative reporter for Great West Newspapers based in St. Albert, Alta.
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