The Canadian province of Manitoba held municipal elections on October 27, 2010. Election day was on July 23, 2010 for several beach resorts including Winnipeg Beach, Dunnottar and Victoria Beach.Mayors, councillors, and school board trustees were elected.
Bill 35, The Municipal Conflict of Interest and Campaign Financing Act, was passed on October 8, 2009. This created new rules for campaigns and financing. It extended campaign rules previously in force in Winnipeg to the rest of the province. It requires candidates to provide financial statements of contributions and expenses. It also bans corporate and union donations, and limits donations to Manitoba residents. Municipalities had the option to set their own bylaw regarding maximum expenses, and municipal rebate programs.
Also new in this election is the requirement that candidates register prior to campaigning. Candidates for mayor or reeve were required to register between May 1, and September 21, 2010. Candidates for councillor had to register between June 30 to September 21, 2010.
|Shari Decter Hirst||7,037||54.87%|
|(x) Dave Burgess||5,573||43.46%|
|(x) Murray Blight||Acclaimed|
|(x) Jeff Harwood||Acclaimed|
|(x) James McCrae||Acclaimed|
|(x) Garth Rice||Acclaimed|
|(x) Margo Campbell||264|
|(x) Errol Black||540|
|(x) Don Jessiman||542|
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|(x) Alex Paul||237||6.80%|
|(x) Allen Dowhan||2,224||63.89%|
|(x) Patti Eilers||2,169||62.31%|
|(x) Wes Bernat||1,340||45.48%|
|(x) Irvin Wiebe||1,581||62.86%|
|(x) Maurice Butler||1,276||50.74%|
|(x) Earl Porter||2,157|
|(x) Irvine Ferris||2,197||53.30%|
|Charles W. Morrison||794||19.26%|
|(x) Duane Nicol||2,282|
|(x) John Buffie||1,879|
|(x) Pat Pruden||1,302|
|(x) Connie Rapko||1,142|
|(x) Marlene Cook||1,016|
|(x) Chris Goertzen||Acclaimed||100|
|(x) Jac Siemens||1,639||53.08%||$1,392.68|
|(x) Michael Zwaagstra||1,493||48.35%||$790.76|
|(x) Abe Hiebert||1,233||39.93%||$2,822.09|
|Joel Hartung||1,215||39.35%||not submitted*|
|(x) Roy Enns||980||31.74%||$877.28|
|Wayne Barkman||616||19.92%||not submitted*|
|(x) Tim Johnston||1,531||43.3|
|(x) Stella Locker||2,225||62.94%|
|(x) Erin Stewart||1,883||53.28%|
|(x) Judy Kolada||1,729||48.91%|
|(x) Charlene Lafreniere||1,597||45.18%|
|Jasper W. Robinson||1,318||37.28%|
|Leslie R. Ellsworth||1,283||36.29%|
|George Van Nieuw Amerongen||465||13.15%|
|(x) Sam Katz||116,308||54.8|
|(x) Harvey Smith||3,251||27.6|
|(x) Jenny Gerbasi||9,359||63.2|
|(x) Jeff Browaty||9,136||62.9|
|(x) Mike Pagtakhan||7,370||76.2|
|(x) John Orlikow||10,713||55.3|
|(x) Dan Vandal||15,242||82.2|
|(x) Grant Nordman||6,166||52.1|
|(x) Scott Fielding||6,452||59.5|
|(x) Justin Swandel||8,745||55.9|
|(x) Gord Steeves||14,960||82.3|
|(x) Russ Wyatt||9,503||83.4|
2006 Manitoba Municipal Elections Results
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