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2018 Ottawa mayoral election
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Turnout42.55%
  Jim Watson at the 2013 AMO Conference (9538825979) (cropped).jpg Clive Doucet 2018 Square (cropped).jpg
Nominee Jim Watson Clive Doucet
Popular vote 188,960 59,156
Percentage 71.03% 22.24%

2018 Ottawa mayoral election result by ward.png

Mayor before election

Jim Watson

Elected Mayor

Jim Watson

The Ottawa municipal election was held on October 22, 2018 to elect the mayor of Ottawa, Ottawa City Council and the Ottawa-Carleton Public and Catholic School Boards. The election was held on the same day as elections in every other municipality in Ontario.

Mayoral candidates[edit]

Hamid Alakozai[edit]

Nominated May 10. Former CF reservist member. Considered running for president of Afghanistan in 2011. Past advisor to the attorney general of Afghanistan.

Ahmed Bouragba[edit]

Nominated July 26. Bilingual teacher and former elected Council member for the Ontario College of Teachers. Bouragba is a social justice advocate and civil liberties activist. Ran for Conseil des écoles publiques de l'Est de l'Ontario trustee in 2014. Citation: Y.B. v. Conseil des écoles publiques de l'Est de l'Ontario, 2017 HRTO 1240 (CanLII)

Bernard Couchman[edit]

Nominated May 1. Immigrant from Guyana; operates a marketing company.[1] He ran for mayor in 2014, finishing in last place (8th) with 1,255 votes (0.51%).

Clive Doucet[edit]

Nominated July 27. City councillor for Capital Ward from 2001 to 2010. He represented Capital Ward on the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Council from 1997 to 2000. Ran for mayor in 2010.

Joey Drouin[edit]

Nominated July 27. Businessman. Running on a platform of combining Ottawa and Gatineau.

Ryan Lythall[edit]

Nominated July 9. Disabilities advocate.

Craig MacAulay[edit]

Nominated July 11. Ran for city council in 2010 and 2014 in College Ward.

Bruce McConville[edit]

Nominated July 26. Garage operator from Vanier. Ran for city council in 2003 and 2006 in Rideau-Vanier Ward.[2] McConville was born August 30, 1962 in Eastview, Ontario (now Vanier). He dropped out of high school and would later start his garage in 1981.[3]

Michael Pastien[edit]

Nominated May 16. Self described "futurist".[4] Ran for city council in 2014 in Bay Ward and for public school trustee in 2010.

Moises Schachtler[edit]

Nominated July 4. A former student of the University of Ottawa.

James T. Sheahan[edit]

Nominated July 25. North Gower resident.

Jim Watson[edit]

Mayor Jim Watson had declared his intention to run for re-election in early 2017.[5] He filed his nomination forms on May 1.

Polls[edit]

Polling Date(s) Firm Jim Watson Clive Doucet Bruce McConville Other Undecided Source
Aug 20–Sept 6 Probit 37 13 1 <1 49 Twitter

Mayoral results[edit]

Mayoral candidate Vote %
    Jim Watson (X) 188,960 71.03
    Clive Doucet 59,156 22.24
    Bruce McConville 4,360 1.64
    Craig MacAulay 2,272 0.85
    Ahmed Bouragba 1,912 0.72
    Joey Drouin 1,893 0.71
    Hamid Alakozai 1,867 0.70
    James T. Sheahan 1,354 0.51
    Michael Pastien 1,177 0.44
    Ryan Lythall 1,115 0.42
    Moises Schachtler 994 0.37
    Bernard Couchman 964 0.36

Results by ward[edit]

Ward Alakozai Bouragba Couchman Doucet Drouin Lythall MacAulay McConville Pastien Schachtler Sheahan Watson
Orléans 64 79 51 2278 133 43 123 259 51 39 79 11203
Innes 76 61 35 2155 106 52 71 196 50 36 30 9261
Barrhaven 121 128 35 2176 72 58 123 123 112 44 66 11044
Kanata North 64 86 33 1935 54 31 87 107 128 40 51 7606
West Carleton-March 23 18 26 1544 37 31 75 110 24 17 55 5429
Stittsville 36 25 39 1868 50 47 85 129 25 31 74 7215
Bay 143 123 62 2559 83 61 126 158 39 55 55 7946
College 98 64 61 2873 63 98 175 189 57 56 85 10068
Knoxdale-Merivale 50 36 33 1922 55 43 91 90 29 53 58 7047
Gloucester-Southgate 112 270 36 1754 69 52 74 110 38 30 53 6665
Beacon Hill-Cyrville 69 50 50 1666 71 25 51 215 42 34 34 5799
Rideau-Vanier 76 95 74 3915 139 44 84 719 49 52 37 4869
Rideau-Rockcliffe 72 53 49 3123 98 28 55 430 38 39 39 5120
Somerset 76 65 26 3212 85 52 53 85 16 54 27 5424
Kitchissippi 54 43 32 4469 80 39 68 108 28 40 41 8719
River 113 120 48 2392 73 38 72 140 29 47 43 7682
Capital 71 60 31 4656 82 45 66 109 25 45 46 6890
Alta Vista 88 75 23 2729 81 50 86 147 34 52 43 7898
Cumberland 87 85 41 1538 120 32 73 164 49 35 49 8916
Osgoode 21 24 30 1394 64 45 130 155 31 37 84 6149
Rideau-Goulbourn 22 24 25 1646 50 39 130 145 22 20 108 6547
Gloucester-South Nepean 113 170 39 1901 64 45 116 124 151 29 72 10043
Kanata South 99 48 36 2454 66 55 132 161 60 48 73 9678
Special/Advance (No Ward) 119 110 49 2997 98 62 126 187 50 61 52 11742

City Council[edit]

Orléans Ward[edit]

  • Incumbent councillor Bob Monette had indicated he would be running for re-election[6] but dropped out on June 13.[7]

Nominated candidates

  • Bob Monette - incumbent councillor
  • Rick Bédard
  • Toby Bossert
  • Mireille Brownhill - Community association executive, not-for-profit coordinator, community volunteer.[citation needed]
  • Guy Desroches
  • Diego Elizondo
  • Dina Epale
  • Doug Feltmate - Former president of the Ottawa-Orléans Provincial Liberal Association. Withdrew, but will be on the ballot.[8]
  • Jarrod Goldsmith - Canadian small business community builder. Holds a master's degree in Anthropology from the University of Alberta. Musician and entrepreneur; founder of Sax Appeal and eSAX (The Entrepreneur Social Advantage Experience),[9][10][10]
  • Miranda Gray
  • Geoffrey Nicholas Griplas
  • Catherine Kitts - former editor of the Orléans Star newspaper, advocating to see more women elected to Ottawa City Council. Graduate of Carleton University's renowned School of Journalism.
  • Shannon Kramer
  • Matthew Luloff - Canadian Forces veteran, served in Afghanistan, formerly worked for several Members of Parliament and most recently for the Minister of National Defence. Holds a degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management. Mental Health advocate. Member of the Liberal Party of Canada.[11][9]
  • Qamar Masood
  • Louise Soyez withdrew, but will be on the ballot[8]
  • Kevin Tetreault
  • Don Yetman

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Matthew Luloff 3,622 23.76
    Catherine Kitts 3,358 22.02
    Rick Bédard 2,799 18.36
    Mireille Brownhill 1,900 12.46
    Kevin Tetreault 685 4.49
    Diego Elizondo 399 2.62
    Qamar Masood 393 2.58
    Jarrod Goldsmith 357 2.34
    Dina Epale 336 2.20
    Shannon Kramer 333 2.18
    Guy Desroches 328 2.15
    Miranda Gray 238 1.56
    Don Yetman 212 1.39
    Doug Feltmate 102 0.67
    Toby Bossert 73 0.48
    Geoffrey Nicholas Griplas 65 0.43
    Louise Soyez 47 0.31

Innes Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Jody Mitic announced he would not be running for re-election.[12]

Nominated candidates:

  • Laura Dudas - ran in 2014. Former journalist. President of the Blackburn Community Association and member of the Orleans Chamber of Commerce.
  • Donna Leith-Gudbranson - campaign manager and assistant to former councillor Rainer Bloess.[13] President of the Chapel Hill South Community Association and the school council at École élémentaire publique Le Prélude.
  • Tammy Lynch - assistant to previous councillor, Jody Mitic[14] (direct or of community relations)
  • François Trépanier - Consultant. Served for 28 years in the Canadian Forces. Ran in 2014.[15]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Laura Dudas 5,325 41.37
    Donna Leith-Gudbranson 3,645 28.32
    François Trépanier 2,391 18.58
    Tammy Lynch 1,510 11.73

Barrhaven Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jan Harder (X) 11,489 74.27
    Hadi Wess 2,427 15.69
    Franklin Epape 908 5.87
    Atiq Qureshi 535 3.46
    Ahmad Malgarai 110 0.71

Kanata North Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Marianne Wilkinson had announced she would not be running for re-election.[12]

Nominated candidates:

  • Philip Bloedow
  • David Gourlay - former president of the Ottawa Champions baseball team.
  • Matt Muirhead - teacher, 2014 candidate
  • Lorne Neufeldt
  • Jenna Sudds - Former executive director of the Kanata North business improvement association. Endorsed by Wilkinson.

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jenna Sudds 5,298 46.68
    Matt Muirhead 3,634 32.02
    David Gourlay 2,335 20.57
    Lorne Neufeldt 56 0.49
    Philip Bloedow 27 0.24

West Carleton-March Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Eli El-Chantiry - incumbent city councillor
  • James Parsons - Ran in this ward in 2010 and 2014.
  • Judi Varga-Toth - small business owner and executive director[17]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Eli El-Chantiry (X) 5,099 65.90
    Judi Varga-Toth 2,132 27.56
    James Parsons 506 6.54

Stittsville Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Glen Gower - director of marketing and communications and founder of a local community blog.[18]
  • Shad Qadri - incumbent city councillor

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Glen Gower 5,877 57.86
    Shad Qadri (X) 4,280 42.14

Bay Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Mark Taylor did not run for re-election.

Nominated candidates:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Theresa Kavanagh 6,509 55.17
    Don Dransfield 2,104 17.83
    Erica Dath 1,793 15.20
    Marc Lugert 851 7.21
    Trevor Robinson 541 4.59

College Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Rick Chiarelli - incumbent city councillor
  • Emilie Coyle - lawyer; director of the Refugee Sponsorship Program[21]
  • Ryan Kennery - communications strategist; former director of communications for mayor Jim Watson

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Rick Chiarelli (X) 7,079 46.79
    Emilie Coyle 5,751 38.01
    Ryan Kennery 2,299 15.20

Knoxdale-Merivale Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Warren Arshinoff - former member of the Ottawa Youth Cabinet for Ward 9 (2001-2004)[22]
  • James Dean - real-estate agent and board member of Quality Living House Cooperative
  • Keith Egli - incumbent city councillor
  • Luigi Mangone - public servant
  • Peter Anthony Weber - heavy equipment operator.[23]
City council
Candidate Vote %
    Keith Egli (X) 6,369 63.12
    James Dean 2,002 19.84
    Luigi Mangone 1,114 11.04
    Warren Arshinoff 342 3.39
    Peter Anthony Weber 264 2.62

Gloucester-Southgate Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Diane Deans - incumbent city councillor
  • Alek Golijanin - Self described "global humanitarian".[24] Yugoslav immigrant.[25]
  • Perry Sabourin - Social Worker
  • Sam Soucy - Executive assistant for Liberal MP Fayçal El-Khoury.[26]
  • Robert Swaita - Restaurant owner[27]
City council
Candidate Vote %
    Diane Deans (X) 6,179 56.08
    Robert Swaita 3,435 31.17
    Alek Golijanin 875 7.94
    Sam Soucy 342 3.10
    Perry Sabourin 188 1.71

Beacon Hill-Cyrville Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Michael Schurter - Realtor and parliamentary office manager for Conservative MP Peter Kent.[28]
  • Tim Tierney - incumbent councillor

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Tim Tierney (X) 6,730 81.34
    Michael Schurter 1,544 18.66

Rideau-Vanier Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Mathieu Fleury (X) 7,302 68.08
    Thierry Harris 3,050 28.44
    Matt Lowe 285 2.66
    Salar Changiz 88 0.82

Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward[edit]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Tobi Nussbaum (X) 7,334 80.52
    Peter Heyck 1,774 19.48

Somerset Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Arthur David - public servant
  • Jerry Kovacs - human rights lawyer
  • Catherine McKenney - incumbent councillor
  • Merdod Zopyrus - Carleton University student[30]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Catherine McKenney (X) 7,754 76.66
    Jerry Kovacs 1,461 14.44
    Arthur David 701 6.93
    Merdod Zopyrus 199 1.97

Kitchissippi Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Jeff Leiper - incumbent councillor.
  • Daniel Stringer - former aide to Liberal MPP Richard Patten. Has run in this ward in 2003, 2006 (dropping out) and 2010.[31]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jeff Leiper (X) 12,068 85.28
    Daniel Stringer 2,083 14.72

River Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Riley Brockington ran for re-election

Nominated candidates:

  • Riley Brockington - incumbent city councillor
  • Fabien Kalala Cimankinda - entrepreneur
  • Kerri Keith - NAC box-office supervisor and economics student
  • Hassib Reda - Finance commissioner of the University of Ottawa Graduate Student Association[32]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Riley Brockington (X) 6,122 54.50
    Fabien Kalala Cimankinda 2,445 21.76
    Kerri Keith 1,783 15.87
    Hassib Reda 884 7.87

Capital Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor David Chernushenko ran for re-election.

Nominated candidates

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Shawn Menard 3,575 28.12
    Christine McAllister 3,198 25.15
    David Chernushenko (X) 2,970 23.36
    Anthony Carricato 2,451 19.28
    Jide Afolabi 520 4.09

Alta Vista Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Jean Cloutier ran for re-election

Nominated candidates:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jean Cloutier (X) 3,866 32.81
    Raylene Lang-Dion 3,665 31.10
    Kevin Kit 2,616 22.20
    Clinton Cowan 1,415 12.01
    John Redins 127 1.08
    Mike McHarg 84 0.80

Cumberland Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Stephen Blais (X) 11,230 89.08
    Cameron Rose Jette 741 5.88
    Jensen Boire 636 5.04

Osgoode Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Auguste Banfalvi
  • George Darouze - incumbent city councillor
  • Mark Scharfe - Cattle farmer and former police officer. Ran in this ward in 2014.
  • Kim Sheldrick - Stay at home mother and volunteer. Ran in this ward in 2014
  • Jay Tysick - Leader of the Ontario Party and Candidate for Carleton in 2018 Ontario Election.[19] Former interim leader of the Ontario Alliance. 2018 Ontario PC nomination candidate for Carleton. Former aide to councillor Rick Chiarelli.[36]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    George Darouze (X) 4,653 54.86
    Jay Tysick 2,694 31.76
    Mark Scharfe 603 7.11
    Kim Sheldrick 504 5.94
    Auguste Banfalvi 28 0.33

Rideau-Goulbourn Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Scott Moffatt (X) 5,080 55.81
    David Brown 4,023 44.19

Gloucester-South Nepean Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Carol Anne Meehan 5,960 42.55
    Michael Qaqish (X) 5,420 38.69
    Harpreet Singh 2,152 15.36
    Zaff Ansari 358 2.56
    Irene Mei 118 0.84

Kanata South Ward[edit]

Nominated candidates:

  • Steve Anderson - Public servant/analyst. President of the Katimavik-Hazeldean Community Association.
  • Mike Brown - Accountant
  • Allan Hubley - incumbent city councillor
  • Doug Large - Sales and marketing manager[39]

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Allan Hubley (X) 6,183 45.53
    Steve Anderson 4,274 31.47
    Mike Brown 2,978 21.93
    Doug Large 146 1.08

School Board Trustee[edit]

Ottawa Catholic School Board[edit]

Zone map

Zone 1

Zone 1 Vote %
John Curry (X) Acclaimed

Zone 2

Zone 2 Vote %
Sandra Moore (X) 3,259 69.53
Michael Olsen 717 15.30
Kevin Sawyer 711 15.17

Zone 3

Zone 3 Vote %
Brian Coburn (X) Acclaimed

Zone 4

Zone 4 Vote %
Spencer Warren (X) Acclaimed

Zone 5

Zone 5 Vote %
Joanne MacEwan (X) Acclaimed

Zone 6

Zone 6 Vote %
Glen Armstrong 2,613 54.59
Jeff Darwin 2,174 45.41

Zone 7

Zone 7 Vote %
Jeremy Wittet (X) Acclaimed

Zone 8

Zone 8 Vote %
Mark D. Mullan (X) Acclaimed

Zone 9

Zone 9 Vote %
Shelley Lawrence 2,491 82.92
Regan Preszcator (X) 513 17.08

Zone 10

Zone 10 Vote %
Thérèse Maloney-Cousineau (X) 1,093 50.09
Cindy Desclouds-Simpson 1,089 49.91

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board[edit]

OCDSB Zone Map

Zone 1

Zone 1 Vote %
Lynn Scott (X) 11,540 64.84
John Flemming 3,793 21.31
Ken Lumsden 1,048 5.89
Brandon Rabideau 812 4.56
Gurprit Kindra 604 3.39

Zone 2

Zone 2 Vote %
Christine Boothby (X) 10,797 66.34
Adam Grodinsky 2,818 17.31
Waleed Qirbi 2,660 16.34

Zone 3

Zone 3 Vote %
Donna Blackburn (X) 6,300 39.96
Amy Wellings 4,501 28.55
Amanda Purdy 2,954 18.74
Patricia Kmiec 1,091 6.92
Alex Sivasambu 921 5.84

Zone 4

Zone 4 Vote %
Wendy Hough 5,497 66.65
Dragos Popa 1,387 16.82
Fraser Anderson 1,363 16.53

Zone 5

Zone 5 Vote %
Rob Campbell 5,983 65.08
C. J. Blake 2,470 26.87
Nicholas Lapierre 741 8.06

Zone 6

Zone 6 Vote %
Chris Ellis (X) 5,883 48.28
Marty Carr 4,216 34.60
Tanya Melissa Dasilva 2,085 17.11

Zone 7

Zone 7 Vote %
Jennifer Jennekens 6,857 52.74
Kim Woods 6,144 47.26

Zone 8

Zone 8 Vote %
Keith Penny (X) 6,175 55.13
John Hewitt 5,025 44.87

Zone 9

Zone 9 Vote %
Lyra Evans 7,603 55.33
Rose LaBrèche 6,139 44.67

Zone 10

Zone 10 Vote %
Erica Braunovan (X) 11,935 72.86
Wesley Campbell 1,620 9.89
David Thomas Humphries 1,582 9.66
Justin W. Laku 1,243 7.59

Zone 11

Zone 11 Vote %
Mark Fisher (X) 6,506 50.42
Elaine Hayles 4,352 33.73
Travis Croken 2,045 15.85

Zone 12

Zone 12 Vote %
Sandra Schwartz (X) 7,265 74.31
Rawlson King 2,511 25.69

Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est[edit]

Zone map

Zone 4

Zone 4 Vote %
Jolène Savoie-Day 1,475 66.80
Loree-Ann Huard 733 33.20

Zone 5

Zone 5 Vote %
Chad Mariage (X) Acclaimed

Zone 6

Zone 6 Vote %
Valérie Assoi Acclaimed

Zone 7

Zone 7 Vote %
Robert Rainboth Acclaimed

Zone 8

Zone 8 Vote %
Dan Boudria (X) 3,037 79.15
Cynthia Wagner 448 11.68
Nenette Ntema-Mbudi 352 9.17

Zone 9

Zone 9 Vote %
Johanne Lacombe (X) Acclaimed

Zone 10

Zone 10 Vote %
Monique Briand (X) Acclaimed

Zone 11

Zone 11 Vote %
André Thibodeau Acclaimed

Conseil des écoles publiques de l'Est de l'Ontario[edit]

Zone map

Zone 6

Zone 6 Vote %
Roda Muse Acclaimed

Zone 7

Zone 7 Vote %
Denis Chartrand (X) 1,357 73.79
Sean Curran 482 26.21

Zone 8

Zone 8 Vote %
Marc Roy (X) Acclaimed

Zone 9

Zone 9 Vote %
Marielle Godbout (X) 1,671 79.34
Abdourahman Kahin 435 20.66

Zone 10

Zone 10 Vote %
Lucille Collard (X) Acclaimed

Zone 11

Zone 11 Vote %
Jacinthe Marcil 734 43.87
Myriam Hebabi 519 31.02
Marc Bissonnette 420 25.10

Zone 12

Zone 12 Vote %
Samia Ouled Ali 772 50.99
Denis Labrèche 742 49.01

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