2010 Manitoba municipal elections

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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. [1] Mayors, councillors, and school board trustees were elected.

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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. [2]

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. [3]

Brandon

Mayor

2010 Mayor
CandidateVotes%
Shari Decter Hirst 7,03754.87%
(x) Dave Burgess 5,57343.46%
Henry Hansen1541.2%
Nikolas Avlonitis600.47%
Total Turnout12,82445.67%
Eligible voters28,078

City council

Wards

2010 Brandon Ward 1
CandidateVotes%
Jeff Fawcett964
Henry Hansen567
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 2
CandidateVotes%
Corey Roberts380
Darlene Paquette315
Keith Edmunds185
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 3
CandidateVotes%
(x) Murray BlightAcclaimed
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 4
CandidateVotes%
(x) Jeff HarwoodAcclaimed
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 5
CandidateVotes%
(x) James McCrae Acclaimed
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 6
CandidateVotes%
(x) Garth RiceAcclaimed
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 7
CandidateVotes%
Shawn Berry663
Ramona Coey432
Michael Blatherwick418
Doug Orr63
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 8
CandidateVotes%
Stephen Montague479
Gladden Smith433
(x) Margo Campbell264
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 9
CandidateVotes%
Len Isleifson541
(x) Errol Black540
Total Turnout
2010 Brandon Ward 10
CandidateVotes%
Jan Chaboyer699
(x) Don Jessiman542
Total Turnout

Not running

Dauphin

Mayor

2010 City of Dauphin
CandidateVote%
Eric Irwin1,28937.03%
Inky Mark 1,25336.00%
Brian Chita70220.17%
(x) Alex Paul2376.80%

City council

At-large

2010 City of Dauphin (Six Elected)
CandidateVote%
(x) Allen Dowhan2,22463.89%
(x) Patti Eilers2,16962.31%
Rodney Juba1,88154.04%
Keith Tkachyk1,73749.90%
Martin Kaminski1,68248.32%
(x) Wes Bernat1,34045.48%
Leon Kowalski1,25836.14%
Mike Kozak1,18534.04%
Curtis Kaleta1,11331.97%
Larry Harlow46413.33%
Turnout3,481%

Morden

Mayor

2010 Morden
CandidateVote%
Ken Wiebe1,33653.12%
Doug Wilson1,17946.88%
Turnout2,51551%

City council

At-large

2010 City of Morden (Six Elected)
CandidateVote%
(x) Irvin Wiebe1,58162.86%
Mark Hildebrandt1,51460.20%
(x) Maurice Butler1,27650.74%
Brian Minaker1,12144.57%
Heather Francis1,09343.46%
Doug Frost1,02440.72%
Wayne Hosea93937.34%
Lenore Laverty87634.83%
Jacques Labelle86634.43%
Cheryl Link81132.25%
Patrick Driedger69227.51%
Nick Clayson46018.29%
Bruce Salmonson42616.94%
Beverly Rex25810.26%
Turnout251551.31%
Eligible voters4902

Portage la Prairie

Mayor

2010 City of Portage la Prairie
CandidateVote%
(x) Earl Porter2,157
Jeff Bereza1,678
Matthew Gray247
Turnout%

City council

At-large

2010 City of Portage la Prairie (Six Elected)
CandidateVote%
Diane Stasiuk2,62763.73%
(x) Irvine Ferris2,19753.30%
Brent Budz2,03049.25%
Liz Driedger1,94647.21%
Ryan Espey1,49336.22%
Brent Froese1,34032.51%
Guy Moffatt1,31932.00%
Chris Tompkins1,28131.08%
Don Pelechaty1,13527.54%
Peter Vandermeulen94422.90%
Chris Henderson82319.97%
B.J. Fox81819.84%
Jim McDonald81219.70%
Charles W. Morrison79419.26%
Brad Sanderson56213.63%
Harold Catcheway53012.86%
Jason Bodnarchuk41610.09%
John Boehm2886.97%
Turnout4,12248.83%
Eligible voters8,442

School trustee

Not running

  • John Harrison - resigned December 2009, seat not filled. [4]
  • Allen Dell. [5]

Selkirk

Mayoral candidates

2010 Mayor
CandidateVotes%
Larry Johannson2,53973.00%
David Bell93927.00%

City council

At-large

2010 City of Selkirk (Six Elected)
CandidateVote%
(x) Duane Nicol2,282
Ken Beerman1,959
(x) John Buffie1,879
Kelly Cook1,585
Darlene Swiderski1,466
(x) Pat Pruden1,302
(x) Connie Rapko1,142
(x) Marlene Cook1,016
Linda Rosser877
Brad Bell867
Pat Cordner810
Woody Eddie780
Craig Wieler624
Turnout

Steinbach

Mayoral candidates

2010 Mayor
CandidateVotes%
(x) Chris GoertzenAcclaimed100

City council

At-large

2010 City of Steinbach (Six Elected)
CandidateVote%Expenditures
(x) Jac Siemens [6] 1,63953.08%$1,392.68
John Fehr [7] 1,63753.01%$4,386.95
Earl Funk [8] 1,57150.87%$2,443.74
(x) Michael Zwaagstra [9] 1,49348.35%$790.76
Cari Penner [10] 1,39645.21%$4,360.60
Susan Penner [11] 1,34543.56%$2,395.46
(x) Abe Hiebert [12] 1,23339.93%$2,822.09
Joel Hartung [13] 1,21539.35%not submitted*
(x) Roy Enns [14] 98031.74%$877.28
Wayne Barkman [15] 61619.92%not submitted*
Lee Fehler [16] 60119.46%$1,012.64
Chris Summerville [17] 44414.39%$2,580.97
Jerry Korman [18] 31510.20%$723.71
Turnout3,08835.86%
Eligible voters8,612
  • Penalty for failure to submit finances is disqualification from running in the 2014 Manitoba municipal election

Not running

  • (x) Elbert Toews [19]
  • (x) Art Rempel [15]

Thompson

Mayoral candidates

2010 Mayor
CandidateVotes%
(x) Tim Johnston1,53143.3
Ronald Matechuck1,32337.4
Colleen Smook68219.2

City council

At-large

2010 City of Thompson (Seven Elected)
CandidateVotes%
(x) Stella Locker2,22562.94%
Penny Buyer1,91354.12%
Dennis Fenske1,90653.92%
(x) Erin Stewart1,88353.28%
(x) Judy Kolada1,72948.91%
(x) Charlene Lafreniere1,59745.18%
Brad Evenson1,55343.93%
Luke Robinson1,33437.74%
Jasper W. Robinson1,31837.28%
Leslie R. Ellsworth1,28336.29%
Louis Morissette1,15032.53%
Dave Hennessey1,12831.91%
Dayton Barenz94926.85%
George Van Nieuw Amerongen46513.15%
Total votes3,53539.79%
Eligible voters8,885

Not running

  • Harold Smith
  • Oswald Sawh

Winkler

Mayor

2010 City of Winkler
CandidateVote%
Martin HarderAcclaimed

City council

At-large

2010 City of Winkler (Six Elected)
CandidateVote%
Ken Wiebe1,01061.74%
Don Friesen1,00561.43%
Henry Siemens95958.62%
Ron Neisteter95058.07%
Herb Dick92756.67%
Marvin Plett88353.97%
Kenneth Thomas80048.90%
Ron Neufeld56134.29%
Michael Grenier56034.23&
Lloyd Thiessen43226.41%
Turnout1,63628%
Eligible voters5,806

Winnipeg

Mayoral candidates

2010 Mayor
CandidateVotes%
(x) Sam Katz 116,30854.8
Judy Wasylycia-Leis 90,91342.8
Brad Gross3,3981.68
Rav Gill1,7750.8

City council

Wards

2010 Charleswood-Tuxedo
CandidateVote%
Paula Havixbeck4,19025.3
Jarret Hannah4,13425.0
Timothy Martin3,44220.8
Steve Szego1,95511.8
Livio Ciaralli1,2717.7
Wendy Lenton9655.8
Dashi Zargani5813.5
2010 Daniel McIntyre, City Council
CandidateVote%
(x) Harvey Smith 3,25127.6
Cindy Gilroy-Price3,14326.7
Keith Bellamy2,89924.6
Lito Taruc1,82415.5
John Cardoso6455.5
2010 Elmwood-East Kildonan
CandidateVote%
Thomas Steen 3,92133.7
Shaneen Robinson3,70531.9
Rod Giesbrecht3,50130.1
Gordon Warren2642.3
Nelson Sanderson2362.0
2010 Fort Rouge-East Fort Garry
CandidateVote%
(x) Jenny Gerbasi9,35963.2
Ian Rabb4,25028.7
Shane Nestruck1,1898.0
2010 Mynarski
CandidateVote%
Ross Eadie4,00740.7
Jenny Motkaluk2,73427.8
Greg Littlejohn1,98920.2
David Polsky6576.7
Trevor Mueller2973.0
John Petrinka1611.6
2010 North Kildonan
CandidateVote%
(x) Jeff Browaty9,13662.9
Brian Olynik4,73332.6
Wendy Pasaluko-Plas6474.5
2010 Old Kildonan
CandidateVote%
Devi Sharma6,49047.9
Casey Jones5,02737.1
Robert Chennells2,03115.0
2010 Point Douglas
CandidateVote%
(x) Mike Pagtakhan7,37076.2
Dean Koshelanyk1,86019.2
Herman Holla4484.6
2010 River Heights-Fort Garry
CandidateVote%
(x) John Orlikow10,71355.3
Michael Kowalson8,67744.7
2010 St. Boniface
CandidateVote%
(x) Dan Vandal 15,24282.2
Christopher Watt3,29117.8
2010 St. Charles
CandidateVote%
(x) Grant Nordman6,16652.1
Shawn Dobson4,06334.4
Lloyd Finlay1,59613.5
2010 St. James-Brooklands
CandidateVote%
(x) Scott Fielding 6,45259.5
Deanne Crothers 3,41831.5
Fred Morris9668.9
2010 St. Norbert
CandidateVote%
(x) Justin Swandel8,74555.9
Louise May6,89244.1
2010 St. Vital
CandidateVote%
(x) Gord Steeves14,96082.3
Harry Wolbert3,20717.7
2010 Transcona
CandidateVote%
(x) Russ Wyatt 9,50383.4
Vlad Kowalyk1,88516.6

Not running

  • Mike O'Shaughnessy (retired)
  • Lillian Thomas (retired)
  • Bill Clement (deceased) [20]
  • Harry Lazarenko (retired)

See also

2006 Manitoba Municipal Elections Results

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