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Election results: Winnipeg mayor, council and plebiscite

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Below you'll find all results for the ward, mayoral and plebiscite in the 2018 municipal election.

Mayor

Brian BOWMAN

53.30%114,222 votes

Jenny MOTKALUK

35.72%76,554 votes

 

  

Tim DIACK: 4.92% - 10548 votes
Don WOODSTOCK: 2.21% - 4738 votes
Doug WILSON: 1.65% - 3527 votes
Umar HAYAT: 1.04% - 2229 votes
Ed ACKERMAN: 0.79% - 1697 votes
Venkat MACHIRAJU: 0.37% - 788 votes

Ward Councillor for Charleswood - Tuxedo

Kevin KLEIN

41.87%7,403 votes

Grant NORDMAN

33.50%5,922 votes

 

  

Kevin NICHOLS: 15.22% - 2690 votes
Ken ST. GEORGE: 9.41% - 1664 votes

Ward Councillor for Daniel McIntyre

Cindy GILROY

56.97%6,396 votes

Josh BRANDON

40.91%4,592 votes

 

  

Sarowar MIAH: 2.12% - 238 votes

Ward Councillor for Elmwood - East Kildonan

Jason SCHREYER

54.78%6,171 votes

Robb MASSEY

45.22%5,095 votes

Ward Councillor for Fort Rouge - East Fort Garry

Sherri ROLLINS

36.92%5,349 votes

Jeff PALMER

33.01%4,783 votes

Other

30.06%4,356 votes

Stephanie MEILLEUR: 12.31% - 1783 votes
Peter KOROMA: 6.01% - 871 votes
Michael THOMPSON: 5.47% - 793 votes
Bryanna SPINA: 4.83% - 700 votes
Harry WOLBERT: 1.44% - 209 votes

Ward Councillor for Mynarski

Ross EADIE

65.93%6,854 votes

Other

34.08%3,542 votes

Micheal WIENS: 17.24% - 1792 votes
Greg LITTLEJOHN: 13.21% - 1373 votes
Dave CAPAR: 3.63% - 377 votes

Ward Councillor for North Kildonan

Jeff BROWATY

77.17%12,796 votes

 

  

Andrew PODOLECKI: 22.83% - 3786 votes

Ward Councillor for Old Kildonan

Devi SHARMA

57.10%6,923 votes

Other

42.90%5,201 votes

Kaur SIDHU: 23.61% - 2862 votes
Bradley GROSS: 19.29% - 2339 votes

Ward Councillor for Point Douglas

Vivian SANTOS

57.37%5,327 votes

Kate SJOBERG

31.62%2,936 votes

 

  

Dean KOSHELANYK: 11.01% - 1022 votes

Ward Councillor for River Heights - Fort Garry

John ORLIKOW

69.08%12,717 votes

Other

30.92%5,691 votes

Garth STEEK: 25.45% - 4684 votes
Gary LENKO: 5.47% - 1007 votes

Ward Councillor for St. Boniface

Matt ALLARD

82.79%13,649 votes

 

  

Marcel BOILLE: 17.21% - 2838 votes

Ward Councillor for St. James

Scott GILLINGHAM

55.43%9,130 votes

Shawn DOBSON

34.85%5,740 votes

 

  

Kurt MORTON: 9.72% - 1601 votes

Ward Councillor for St. Norbert - Seine River

Markus CHAMBERS

34.49%5,391 votes

Nancy COOKE

30.88%4,827 votes

Other

34.63%5,414 votes

Glenn CHURCHILL: 24.53% - 3835 votes
Nikolas JOYAL: 6.21% - 971 votes
Chris DAVIS: 3.89% - 608 votes

Ward Councillor for St. Vital

Brian MAYES

89.37%14,338 votes

 

  

Baljeet SHARMA: 10.63% - 1706 votes

Ward Councillor for Transcona

Shawn NASON

36.97%5,247 votes

Other

63.03%8,946 votes

Wally WELECHENKO: 16.52% - 2345 votes
Alex ALLARD: 15.38% - 2183 votes
Steven LIPISCHAK: 14.12% - 2004 votes
Basil EVAN: 8.03% - 1139 votes
Raymond ULASY: 3.74% - 531 votes
Shane GESCHIERE: 3.42% - 486 votes
Sandeep SHARMA: 1.82% - 258 votes

Ward Councillor for Waverley West

Janice LUKES - Acclaimed

Question – Do you support the opening of Portage and Main to pedestrian crossings?

No

64.99%134,203 votes

Yes

35.01%72,300 votes

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