1983 Manitoba municipal elections

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The 1983 Manitoba municipal elections were held in October 1983 to elect mayors, councillors, and school trustees in various communities throughout Manitoba, Canada.

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Hartney

1983 Hartney election, Mayor of Hartney
CandidateTotal votes% of total votes
(x)Reg Atkinson electednot listed

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