New Brunswick

Replay the 2016 municipal election live blog

New Brunswickers elected municipal politicians as well as members of their local education and health councils.

New Brunswick sweeps new mayors into office in three of its largest cities

Voters have a chance to voice where they'd like to vote in the upcoming provincial election this September. (Shane Fowler/CBC)

New Brunswickers hit the polls en masse to elect, or re-elect, mayors, councillors and members of their local education and health councils on Monday.

Polls closed at 8 p.m. and preliminary results are mostly online now.

There were 1,173 candidates running in local races across the province. 

There were new mayors elected in Moncton and Saint John and even a new mayor in Fredericton with Mike O'Brien defeating longtime incumbent Brad Woodside.

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