Edmonton municipal election, 1992

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The 1992 municipal election was held October 22, 1992 to elect a mayor and twelve aldermen to sit on Edmonton City Council, nine trustees to sit on the public school board, and seven trustees to sit on the separate school board. Edmontonians also decided one plebiscite question.

Voter turnout[edit]

There were 215,556 ballots cast out of 417,271 eligible voters, for a voter turnout of 51.7%.

Results[edit]

(bold indicates elected, italics indicate incumbent)

Mayor[edit]

Candidate Votes  %
Jan Reimer 113,085 52.94%
Bill Smith 90,147 42.20%
Ken Kozak 3,938 1.84%
Alan Cruikshank 2,765 1.29%
James Steinhubl 2,115 0.99%
Bob Ligertwood 1,563 0.73%

Aldermen[edit]

Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward 3 Ward 4 Ward 5 Ward 6
Candidate Votes Candidate Votes Candidate Votes Candidate Votes Candidate Votes Candidate Votes
Leroy Chahley 20,377 Ron Hayter 16,606 Brian Mason 23,769 Michael Phair 9,367 Patricia MacKenzie 20,074 Sheila McKay 20,168
Bruce Campbell 14,465 Allan Bolstad 10,228 Judy Bethel 20,075 Tooker Gomberg 8,681 Lillian Staroszik 18,535 Terry Cavanagh 18,868
Joan Cowling 14,247 Lori Hall 9,674 Jerry Kitt 5,035 Jane Batty 8,457 Don Grimble 9,087 Riaz Choudhry 10,195
Helen Nolan 7,734 Bill Maxim 7,266 Ernie Hagen 4,774 Terence Harding 8,173 Don McMann 8,693 Dave Thiele 9,199
Thomas Olenuk 5,730 Richard Awid 6,730 Dwayne Kwolick 3,823 Janice Fleming 3,319 Bob Caine 7,027 Ian Crawford 5,515
Lloyd Mildon 5,206 Catherine Chichak 4,856 Thomas Tomlinson 3,503 Randy Hogle 3,128 Bill Schlacht 2,588 Art Clarke 3,276
Lorne Phillips 2,571 Mike Norris 2,608 Olga Cylurik 2,012 Dave Bains 3,102
Earl Caswell 2,552 Lila Fahlman 2,211 Doug Pruden 1,949 Robert Alford 2,085
Gerry Beck 1,841 John Lakusta 1,652
George Niven 1,620 Nikki Allan 1,649
Joan Gibson 1368
Bill Miller 1108
Perry Dane 858
Randall Chase 746

Public school trustees[edit]

One trustee is elected from each ward. Additional trustees are elected by taking the non-victorious candidate with the most votes between each of Wards 1 and 4, Wards 2 and 3, and Ward 5 and 6.

Ward 1[edit]

  • Jean Woodrow - 8661
  • Esther Starkman - 6030
  • Leon Lubin - 4743
  • Neil Findlay - 2250
  • Adrian Greenwood - 1811
  • Rainer Ebel - 1260

Ward 2[edit]

Rose Rosenberger was acclaimed.

Ward 3[edit]

  • John Nicoll - 6174
  • Terry Sulyma - 3869
  • Christine Hahn - 4402
  • Larry Phillips - 2498
  • Denis Wall - 2099
  • Paul Early - 1249

Ward 4[edit]

  • Don Williams - 5014
  • Mimi Williams - 4362
  • Gord Stamp - 3920
  • Richard Gunderson - 3724

Ward 5[edit]

  • George Nicholson - 12955
  • Michael Ekelund - 4721
  • Reginald Berry - 3025
  • Rob Galbraith - 2345
  • Raj Shorey - 1475
  • David Salsbury - 1301

Ward 6[edit]

  • Dick Mather - 8710
  • Doug Tupper - 8346
  • Cori Doering 6880
  • Gordon Hum - 3199

Separate (Catholic) school trustees[edit]

One trustee is elected from each ward, and the non-victorious candidate with the most total votes is also elected.

Ward 1[edit]

  • David MacDougall - 3357
  • Andy Anderson - 2874
  • John Patrick Day - 2341

Ward 2[edit]

  • Ronald Zapisocki - 3539
  • Tony Catena - 2517
  • Eileen Ostapiw - 1662
  • Brent Achtymichuk - 1457
  • Al Hoven - 1434
  • Ramon Caluttung - 1063

Ward 3[edit]

  • Mary-Anne Razzolini - 5839
  • Jim Shinkaruk - 3142
  • Noel Salaysay - 1362

Ward 4[edit]

  • Ron Patsula - 2764
  • Krystina Tadman - 2516
  • Mervin Prediger - 1193

Ward 5[edit]

  • James Bateman - 1959
  • Mona-Lee Feehan - 1752
  • Erin Inglis - 1622
  • Gerald Archibald - 1323
  • Guy Tessier - 488

Ward 6[edit]

  • Brian Mitchell - 2677
  • Betty McNamee - 2182
  • Barbara Ann Thompson - 1767
  • Fred Zimmerman - 1254
  • Sheila Cerhit - 828

Municipal Airport Plebiscite[edit]

Are you in favour of bylaw No. 10,205 The Edmonton Municipal Airport Referendum bylaw?

  • Yes - 115773
  • No - 90566

References[edit]

City of Edmonton: Edmonton Elections