Ontario municipal election 2018: Town of Gravenhurst
Another acclaimed mayor in rural Ontario as former district councilor Paul Kelly takes up the mantle after Paisley Donaldson opted not to run for re-election. The town of Gravenhurst is governed by both a district and municipal government with three positions on the district of Muskoka council. The municipal council has five wards with one having an acclaimed candidate. Four candidates are running for three positions at district council and a total of 10 candidates are running for five positions on municipal council.
Paul Kelly (acclaimed)
District Councillor (3 to be elected)
Sandy Cairns (Incumbent)
Councillor (5 to be elected)
Erin Eiter (Incumbent)
Stephen Klinck (acclaimed)
Audrey van Petegem
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