Bradford West Gwillimbury election results 2018
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is located in south-central Ontario within the County of Simcoe. Bradford West Gwillimbury has a population of 35,325 (2016).
The town is divided into seven wards and residents are represented municipally by seven town councilors, a deputy mayor and a mayor.
Rob Keffer is seeking his second term as mayor and is running against Pat Roberge who moved to the town in 2016.
Rob Keffer (incumbent) (elected)
James Leduc (incumbent) (elected)
Raj Sandhu (incumbent) (elected)
Gary Baynes (incumbent) (elected)
Gary Lamb (incumbent) (elected)
Ron Orr (incumbent) (elected)
Peter Ferragine (incumbent) (elected)
Mark Contois (incumbent) (elected)
Peter Dykie Jr. (incumbent) (elected)
Peter Van Loan (Conservative Party of Canada) – York-Simcoe
Caroline Mulroney (Progressive Conservative) – York-Simcoe
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