Edmonton Election 2021: incumbent Moe Banga loses a seat in Sspomitapi – Edmonton | The Canadian News

Current councilman Moe Banga has lost his seat in Sspomitapi, and Global News projects that Jo-Anne Wright will win the district in southeast Edmonton.

At approximately 11:20 p.m. Monday, with 18 of 21 polls reported, Wright got 34.36 percent of the vote and Banga came in second with 23.84 percent.

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Banga was first elected to the council in a by-election in February 2016 after former councilor and now mayor-elect Amarjeet Sohi vacated the position. Banga was re-elected during the 2017 campaign.

Wright also ran in this area in the 2017 election, coming second behind Banga.

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