October 13, 2018 12:10 am

Ontario municipal election 2018: Town of Whitby

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

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Whitby Coun. Joe Drumm hung up his political hat this year after 41 years in municipal politics, serving 11 on Whitby’s city council and 30 in a regional seat. So for the first time in three decades, Whitby’s regional council will be without Drumm, leaving a spot open for the eight candidates who aren’t incumbents to take his place.

Candidates

Mayor

Andrea Kennedy
Don Mitchell (incumbent)

Council

Regional Councillor for all wards

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Chudi Asidianya
John Dolstra
Derrick Gleed (incumbent)
Terry Johnston
Chris Leahy
Rhonda Mulcahy
Elizabeth Roy (incumbent)
Rod Thwaites
Christine Winters
Steve Yamada

Regional Chair – Regional Municipality of Durham

Tom Dingwall
John Henry
Hohn Mutton
Peter Neal
Muhammad Ahsin Sahi

Town Councillor – North Ward 1

Steve Lee
Sharmila Saigaonkar
Bill Windrem

Town Councillor – West Ward 2

Matt Cardwell
Meredith Dodge
Deidre Newman
Tracy Roulston
Kimberly Zeppieri

Town Councillor – Centre Ward 3

JoAnne Alexander
Bob Baker
Michael G. Emm (incumbent)
Dave Sansom

Town Councillor – East Ward 4

Carleen Blissett
Paul Johnston
Chris Jones
Liam Nichols
Sharon Peters
Maleeha Shahid

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