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Saying at his Comox Valley election headquarters that he was “extremely optimistic,” Conservative incumbent John Duncan continued to wage another close battle with an NDP opponent in Vancouver Island North.
As the night wears on, Conservative incumbent John Duncan is still in another tight, back-and forth battle with an NDP opponent in Vancouver Island North.
With 100 of 298 polls reporting in Vancouver Island North, Conservative incumbent John Duncan has fallen behind his NDP challenger.
Although veteran Campbell River politician John Duncan has learned that an election race is “not over until it’s over,” he appears to have finally prevailed over NDP challenger Ronna-Rae Leonard.