Pat Pimm wins Liberal nomination on the third ballot

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Former Fort St. John City Councillor and small business owner Pat Pimm and won the BC Liberal nomination at a meeting held Friday night in Fort St. John at the Pomeroy Hotel. Liberal members in Fort Nelson listened into the speeches in the Wood Lands Inn.

Pimm won on the third ballot – exact voting results are not released by the party, but the fact it went to three ballots indicates it was a close race between Pimm and the four other candidiates.

Shortly after being announced as the winner, Pimm spoke to the media about his victory:

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