Norfolk County municipal election, 2006


Norfolk County municipal election, 2006
Map of the Wards in Norfolk County

The 3rd municipal election in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada took place on November 13, 2006. Dennis Travale, a businessman who also ran in the 2000 election, was elected mayor. Rita Kalmbach had chosen not to run for re-election due to personal reasons. It was the first election in Norfolk County history to have electronic voting in place.

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Mayoral race

Candidate Vote  %
Peter Black 3818 19.32%
Gary Muntz 2353 11.91%
Frank Nightingale 6362 32.19%
Dennis Travale 7230 36.58%

County council

Ward 1

Candidate Vote  %
John Hunt 996 41.55%
Donald Quick 525 21.90%
Ted Whitworth (X) 876 36.55%

Ward 2

Candidate Vote  %
Roger Geysens (X) 1428 89.53%
Maurice Kalle 167 10.47%

Ward 3

Candidate Vote  %
Michael J. Columbus (X) 1807 73.22%
Ede Pos 167 10.47%

Ward 4

Candidate Vote  %
Dean Morrison (X) 841 38.60%
Bill Culver 365 16.75%
Jim Oliver 973 44.65%

Ward 5

Two to be elected

Candidate Vote  %
Doug Brunton 1520 14.53%
Russell Colebrook 213 2.04%
Edward Doerksen 294 2.81%
Al Harrington 961 9.19%
John Kinnear 1084 10.36%
Charlie Luke (X) 2831 27.07%
Chris Thomas 1349 12.90%
Bob Thompson 139 1.33%
Heidy Van Dyk 2068 19.77%

Ward 6

Candidate Vote  %
John Wells (X) ACCLAIMED

Ward 7

Candidate Vote  %
Geoff Dew 897 33.60%
Ronald G. Smith 204 7.64%
Harold Sonnenberg (X) 1236 46.29%
Gordon Woods 333 12.47%

Sources

Norfolk County Municipal Election 2006

See also

2003 Norfolk County municipal elections

2000 Norfolk County municipal elections



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