Vincent Crisanti

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Vincent Crisanti
Toronto City Councillor for (Ward 1) Etobicoke North
Incumbent
Assumed office
December 1, 2010
Preceded by Suzan Hall
Personal details
Born 1953 (age 60–61)
Nationality Italian-Canadian
Residence Etobicoke
Occupation Advertising and signage sales manager
Religion Roman Catholic

Vincent Crisanti (Born 1953[1]) is a member of Toronto City Council in Toronto, Canada representing Ward 1 which is situated in the federal electoral district of Etobicoke North. Pre-Amalgamation, Crisanti was a city councillor for Etobicoke, He ran in both the 2000 and 2003 elections for City Council, losing both times to Suzan Hall, the first time he lost by only 97 votes. Thanks to support by then-councillor Rob Ford Crisanti was elected on October 25, 2010 besting Hall by 509 votes.

Vincent was one of five Councillors removed from the TTC board by council in March 2012.[2]

Electoral record[edit]

2000 Toronto election, Ward 1
Candidate Votes  %
Suzan Hall 2,894 24.80%
Vincent Crisanti 2,797 23.97%
Manjinder Singh 2,471 21.17%
Bruce Sinclair (incumbent) 1,907 16.34%
Anthony Caputo 978 8.38%
Murphy Browne 364 3.11%
Courtney Doldron 134 1.14%
Alan Nemaric 64 0.54%
Albin Janus 59 0.50%
Total 11,668 100%
2003 Toronto election, Ward 1
Candidate Votes  %
Suzan Hall (incumbent) 3,462 30.85%
Vincent Crisanti 2,580 22.99%
Ranjeet Chahal 1,737 15.47%
Hazoor Elahi 1,016 9.05%
Anthony Caputo 948 8.44%
Michelle Munroe 857 7.63%
Ikram Freed 491 4.37%
Chitranjan Gill 92 0.81%
Singh Khipple 39 0.34%
Total 11,222 100%
2010 Toronto election, Ward 1
Candidate Votes  %
Vincent Crisanti 5,505 40.73%
Suzan Hall (incumbent) 4,996 36.96%
Omar Farouk 1,573 11.64%
Sharad Sharma 883 6.53%
Ted Berger 388 2.87%
Peter D'Gama 169 1.25%
Total 13,514 100%

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