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Map of the Wards in Norfolk County

The 3rd municipal election in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada took place on November 13, 2006. Dennis Travale, a businessman who also ran in the 2000 election, was elected mayor. Rita Kalmbach had chosen not to run for re-election due to personal reasons. It was the first election in Norfolk County history to have electronic voting in place.

Mayoral race

Candidate Vote %
Dennis Travale 7230 36.58%
Frank Nightingale 6362 32.19%
Peter Black 3818 19.32%
Gary Muntz 2353 11.91%

County council

Ward 1

Candidate Vote %
John Hunt 996 41.55%
Ted Whitworth (Incumbent) 876 36.55%
Donald Quick 525 21.90%

Ward 2

Candidate Vote %
Roger Geysens (Incumbent) 1428 89.53%
Maurice Kalle 167 10.47%

Ward 3

Candidate Vote %
Michael J. Columbus (Incumbent) 1807 73.22%
Ede Pos 167 10.47%

Ward 4

Candidate Vote %
Jim Oliver 973 44.65%
Dean Morrison (Incumbent) 841 38.60%
Bill Culver 365 16.75%

Ward 5

Two to be elected

Candidate Vote %
Charlie Luke (Incumbent) 2831 27.07%
Heidy Van Dyk 2068 19.77%
Doug Brunton 1520 14.53%
Chris Thomas 1349 12.90%
John Kinnear 1084 10.36%
Al Harrington 961 9.19%
Edward Doerksen 294 2.81%
Russell Colebrook 213 2.04%
Bob Thompson 139 1.33%

Ward 6

Candidate Vote %
John Wells (Incumbent) ACCLAIMED

Ward 7

Candidate Vote %
Harold Sonnenberg (Incumbent) 1236 46.29%
Geoff Dew 897 33.60%
Gordon Woods 333 12.47%
Ronald G. Smith 204 7.64%

Sources

Norfolk County Municipal Election 2006

See also