The Township of Huron-Kinloss was one of the many communities affected by the technical issues that pushed the 2018 Municipal Election voting into an extension until Tuesday October 23, 2018. The original closing date for voting was Monday October 22, 2018 which meant voters had another full day to cast their vote. The results are in and Huron-Kinloss Mayor Mitch Twolan celebrated voting victory and will sit in as Mayor for another term. Twolan was elected with a stretch in the voting polls with 1846 votes and his opposing candidate Brian MacEachern came in at 922 votes. In the running for Deputy-Mayor of Huron-Kinloss was Don Murray and Perry Elliott who both accumulated support from voters but it was Don Murray who came out ahead with 1680 votes compared to 1018 for Perry Elliott. For more information on the Huron-Kinloss 2018 Municipal Election results go to www.huronkinloss.com.