Burlington, Ontario – Oct. 27, 2022– The City of Burlington has announced the official election results for the 2022 Burlington local election.
Of the 142,218 eligible voters in Burlington, 39.217or 27.6 percentvoted in the 2022 election, including:
- Early polling stations (Oct. 15 and 18): 4,018 votes
- Online voting (11 to 20 October): 14,980 votes
- Election day, 24 polling stations (October 24th): 20,219 votes
The four-year term of office of the elected representatives is November 15, 2022 to November 14, 2026.
The first meeting of the newly elected Burlington City Council will be held on Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Burlington Performing Arts Center, 440 Locust St. At the meeting, the council members are officially sworn in. This session is public.
The official election results are as follows:
Marianne Meed Ward
City and district office 1
City and district office 2
City and district office 3
City and district office 4
City and district office 5
City and district office 6
Halton Regional Chairman
Trustee of the Halton District School Board – Districts 1 and 2
Trustee of the Halton District School Board – Districts 3 and 6
Trustee of Halton District School Board – District 4
Trustee of Halton District School Board – District 5
Trustee of Halton Catholic District School – Districts 1 and 2
Trustee of Halton Catholic District School – Districts 3 and 6
Trish Nicholls Powell
Trustee of Halton Catholic District School – Districts 4 and 5
Conseil scolaire Viamonde
Pierre Gregory (praised)
Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir
Dominique Janssens (rejoiced)
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- Voting for the 2022 Burlington local election took place between October 11 and October 24, 2022.
- In the 2018 local elections, 39.79 percent of eligible voters cast their votes.
- A copy of the certified, official election results is available at myvoteburlington.ca/results, along with the results for each voting location.
Kevin Arjoon, City Clerk
“Thank you to everyone who voted for their city and our local democratic process. Resident voices help shape Burlington, and when you vote, you choose who makes important decisions for you and your community. I am honored to announce the names of those elected to the 2022-2026 term.”
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