October 13, 2018 12:10 am

Ontario muncipal election 2018: City of St. Catharines

Voters across Ontario head to the polls Oct. 22 to elect their next municipal government representatives. Here are the candidates for the City of St. Catharines.

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The city of St. Catharines, population 133,000, is represented by a mayor and a council of 12, along with six councillors on Niagara Regional Council.

In this election, Jim Bradley, who lost his seat at the Ontario legislature after serving as an MPP since 1977, is running for the regional government.

Three other members of council are looking to make a shift from the local to regional council — Mark Elliott, Mike Britton and Sandie Bellows.

Walter Sendzik is looking to secure another term as the city’s mayor.

Candidates


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Mayor
Walter Sendzik (incumbent)
Tunde Soniregun
Richard Stephens
Johnny Tischler

Ward 1 (Merritton)
Kim Cifford
Diane Foster
David Haywood (incumbent)
Hayden Lawrence
Marta Liddiard
Lori Littleton
Greg Miller
Lesley Seaborne

Ward 2 (St. Andrews)
Matt Harris (incumbent)
Joe Kushner (incumbent)
Emilio Raimondo

Ward 3 (St. George’s)
Thomas Grundy
Brody Longmuir
Vicki-Lynn Smith
Sal Sorrento (incumbent)
Kevin Townsend

Ward 4 (St. Patrick’s)
Robin McPherson
Karrie Porter
Mat Siscoe (incumbent)

Ward 5 (Grantham)
Matthew Bastead
Jeff Brooks
Dawn Dodge
Rob Gill
Bill Phillips (incumbent)
Mark Stevens
Dennis Van Meer
Alan C. Ziemianin

Ward 6 (Port Dalhousie)
Carlos Garcia (incumbent)
Wolfgang Guembel
Jeff Mackie
Bruce Williamson (incumbent)

Regional council
Mo Al Jumaily
Paul Allan
Haley Bateman
Sandie Bellows
Jim Bradley
Mike Britton
Alan Caslin
George Darte
Rob Depetris
Kelly Edgar (incumbent)
Mark Elliott
Lou Felice
Peter Gill
Brian Heit (incumbent)
Laura Ip
Debbie MacGregor (incumbent)
Mary Margaret Murphy
Tim Rigby (incumbent)
Frank Rupcic
Emily Beth Spanton
Len Stack
Bob Szajkowski
Bruce Timms (incumbent)

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