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Innisfil candidates results – Municipal Elections 2018

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In Candidates / Election 2018
Oct 23rd, 2018
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Link to municipal site

Click hereto see who has signed the Simcoe County community leaders pledge

Updated October 23

Mayor 

– Lynn Dollin 4654

2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Lynn Dollin

– Barb Baguley 1,406

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Stan Daurio 2,963

AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Stan Daurio

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Deputy-Mayor

– Paul Best 1,336

– Daniel Davidson 2,603

2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Dan Davidson

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Steven Fishman 1,301

2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Steven Fishman

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Angela Gravelle 1,492

2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Angela Gravelle

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Henry Kooistra 2,117

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Ward 1

– Kevin Eisses 693

– Linda Zanella 306

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Ward 2

– William (Bill) Van Berkel ACCLAIMED

Ward 3

– Tara Filteau 534

– Donna Orsatti 1,038

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Ward 4

– Matthew Kenney 354

– Bill McConnell 284

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Christian Pitcher 272

– Inna Shafir 45

– Alex Waters 401

2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Alex Waters 

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Ward 5

– Kenneth Fowler 510

– Jeffrey Rice 320

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Ward 6

– Carolyn Payne 826

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Marc Seguin 632

Lake Simcoe Watch response

Ward 7

– Rob Nicol 1109 

Lake Simcoe Watch response

– Don Tata 422

Lake Simcoe Watch response

3 Responses to “Innisfil candidates results – Municipal Elections 2018”

  1. Lorna.Davis says:

    What does AWARE mean?
    What does Watch Response mean?

    • Kate Harries - Elmvale says:

      AWARE is the name of a group of Simcoe County citizens who work for transparency in government and to protect water, the environment and health. Lake Simcoe Watch is the name of a group that aims to inform residents of where their municipal candidates stand on four key issues that affect the health of Lake Simcoe. The link in each case takes the reader to the answers given in questionnaires sent out by the two groups.

  2. Claire Malcolmson says:

    Thanks so much for this. It’s invaluable!

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