October 13, 2018 12:10 am

Ontario municipal election 2018: Town of Fort Erie

Voters across Ontario head to the polls Oct. 22 to elect their next municipal government representatives. Here are the candidates for the Town of Fort Erie.

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Wayne Redekop is seeking another term as mayor of Fort Erie, a town in Niagara with a population of 30,710.

Former Ward 2 councillor Stephen Passero is also among those looking to become Fort Erie’s next mayor.

In addition to six ward councillors, residents will elect a representative who sits on Niagara Regional Council alongside the mayor.


Wayne Redekop (incumbent)
Stephen Passero
George Jardine

Ward 1
Dale Hirons

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George McDermott (incumbent)

Ward 2
John Mollicone
Nick Dubanow
Marlo Toppazzini

Ward 3
Tracey Calder Rosettani
Dean Demizio
Scott Winger
Kimberly Zanko (incumbent)

Ward 4
Pati Habermann
Robert Hirons
Marina Butler (incumbent)
Ron Brunner

Ward 5
Michael Reles
Leah Feor
Don Lubberts (incumbent)

Ward 6
Ann-Marie Noyes
Christoffer Knutt (incumbent)

Regional Councillor
Sandy Annunziata (incumbent)
Tom Insinna
Joan Christensen
Douglas James Baker-Smith

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