Joe Mihevc wins Ward 21 St. Paul’s with 77% of the vote

Toronto City Councillor Joe Mihevc spoke to the media in Toronto Nov. 30, 2012 at City Hall about the news of the change in the ruling against Mayor Rob Ford, allowing him to run in a by-election. in Toronto Nov. 30, 2012. Deborah Baic/The Globe and Mail

TORONTO – City councillor Joe Mihevc has held on to Ward 21, St. Paul’s, in the 2014 Toronto election.

He was considered a safe bet for re-election on October 27, and won with nearly 77 per cent of the vote.

He has been a city councillor since 1991 in the old city of York. He represented Ward 28 York-Humber after amalgamation until that ward was abolished and Ward 21, St. Paul’s, was created in 2000.

He was re-elected in Ward 21 twice, in 2006 when he defeated former mayor John Sewell and again in 2010 when he won by close to 36 percentage points.


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