Former MP and current British Columbia MLA Jinny Sims of the Surrey Forward party placed fourth in the mayoral election while receiving the highest volumes of total tweets (1,381) and abusive tweets (199).
Brenda Locke of the Surrey Connect party was elected mayor of Surrey in 2022 and received the second most abusive tweets (169) of any candidate in the election.
Incumbent mayoral candidate Doug McCallum of the Safe Surrey Coalition wasn't tracked by SAMbot, as he did not have a Twitter account. He placed second in the mayoral race, losing by less than 1%.
Top 10 Surrey Candidates: Highest Volume of Tweets
Candidates are ranked based on the volume of total tweets they received.
Surrey Forward Candidates Received the Most Abusive Tweets
Surrey Forward candidates received the highest volume of abusive tweets (395). Zero Surrey Forward candidates were elected in 2022.
Surrey Connect candidates received the second highest volume of abusive tweets (358). Four council Surrey Connect candidates and their mayoral candidate were elected in 2022.
Even though they received over 470 tweets, Surrey First Education candidates collectively received only one abusive tweet during the entire election period. All six Surrey First Education candidates were elected, five of which were monitored by SAMbot.
Surrey Political Party Tweet Breakdown
Data includes total tweets received by candidates and official party accounts.