Guelph municipal election, 2010

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Guelph municipal election, 2010
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Turnout 33.91%

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Map of Guelph's Wards

The 2010 Guelph municipal election were held on October 25, 2010 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, to elect the Mayor of Guelph, Guelph City Council and the Guelph members of the Upper Grand District School Board (Public) and Wellington Catholic District School Board. The election was held in conjunction with the provincewide 2010 municipal elections.[1][2]

Election results[edit]

Names in bold denotes elected candidates.
(X) denotes incumbent.

Mayor[edit]

One candidate to be elected.

Guelph municipal election, 2010: Mayor
Candidate Votes  % Δ% Expenditures[a]
Karen Farbridge (X) 14,902 54.11 +3.15 $63,741.54[3]
David Birtwistle 10,576 38.41 $25,607.71[4]
Ray Mitchell 1,182 4.29 $4.00[5]
Scott Nightingale 878 3.19 $200.00[6]
Total valid votes/Expense Limit 27,538 100.0     $82,168.25
Turnout 28,072 33.91
Eligible voters 82,794
Source: 2010 Final Official Results, City of Guelph
  1. ^ includes expenses not subject to spending limit

Councillors[edit]

Two candidates per ward to be elected.

Ward 1[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Bob Bell (X) 1,759 20.05
Jim Furfaro 1,696 19.34
Sean Farrelly 1,175 13.39
Karolyne Pickett 1,109 12.46
Russell Ott 779 8.88
Gary Walton 601 6.85
Linda Murphy 527 6.00
Peter Bortolon 361 4.11
Tamara Williams 306 3.48
Allan Boynton 235 2.67
Eugene Gromczynski 221 2.52

Ward 2[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Andy Van Hellemond 2,538 29.06
Ian Findlay (X) 2,180 24.96
Ray Ferraro 1,853 21.22
Vicki Beard (X) 1,757 20.12
Paul Mahony 403 4.61

Ward 3[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Maggie Laidlaw (X) 2,296 29.45
June Hofland (X) 2,202 28.24
Craig Chamberlain 1,680 21.55
Mark Enchin 799 10.25
Jim Galatianos 498 6.38
Missy Tolton 320 4.10

Ward 4[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Cam Guthrie 2,381 31.91
Gloria Kovach (X) 1,979 26.52
Christina Boumis 1,694 22.70
Mike Salisbury (X) 1,199 16.07
Steven Petric 207 2.77

Ward 5[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Leanne Piper (X) 3,451 39.60
Lise Burcher (X) 2,932 33.64
Douglas O'Doherty 2,331 26.75

Ward 6[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Karl Wettstein (X) 2,719 37.22
Todd Dennis 2,654 36.33
Susan Ricketts 1,932 26.44

Upper Grand District School Board[edit]

Wards 1 & 5[edit]

Two candidates to be elected.

Candidate Votes %
Mark Bailey (X) 4,027 38.56
Linda Busuttil (X) 3,151 30.17
John Carpenter 1,742 16.68
Juanita Burnett 1,523 14.58

Wards 2,3 & 4[edit]

Two candidates to be elected.

Candidate Votes %
Jennifer Waterston (X) 5,358 38.55
Susan Moziar (X) 4,596 33.78
Don Griffin 3,844 27.66

Ward 6 and Puslinch[edit]

One candidate to be elected.

Candidate Votes %
Marty Fairbairn (X) 1,704 62.64
James McClure 1,016 37.35

Wellington Catholic District School Board[edit]

Four candidates to be elected.

Candidate Votes %
Marino Gazzola (X) 4,173 25.64
Victoria Dupuis (Sorbara) (X) 3,172 19.49
Sebastian Dal Bo 2,796 17.18
Nan Anderson 2,726 16.75
Susan Dickert 1,986 12.20
Michael Ayotte 1,421 8.73

Conseil Scolaire Public de District du Centre-Sud Ouest[edit]

One candidate to be elected, representing Waterloo Region, Middlesex County, Wellington County, Perth County and Huron County.

Candidate Votes %
Denis Trudel 53 51.45
Malika Attou 35 33.98
George LeMac 15 14.56

Conseil Scolaire de District Catholiques Centre-Sud[edit]

One candidate to be elected, representing Brampton, Caledon, Dufferin County and Wellington County.

Candidate Votes %
Tammy Knibbs 72 66.05
Tamar Clutterbuck 37 33.94

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