City announces official Municipal Elections results

This year, 29,938 – or 30.5 per cent of eligible electors – voted in the Municipal Elections. Below are the official results. More details on these results can be found at CityofKingston.ca/Results

In Kingston, 14,876 people voted online from Oct. 5 through Oct. 24, compared to 12,943 in the 2018 Municipal Elections

Mayor 

  • Mayor – Bryan Paterson elected. 

City Councillors 

  • Countryside District #1 – Gary Oosterhof acclaimed. 
  • Loyalist-Cataraqui District #2 – Paul Chaves elected. 
  • Collins-Bayridge District #3 – Lisa Osanic elected. 
  • Lakeside District #4 – Wendy Stephen elected. 
  • Portsmouth District #5 – Don Amos elected. 
  • Trillium District #6 – Jimmy Hassan elected. 
  • Kingscourt-Rideau District #7 – Brandon Tozzo elected. 
  • Meadowbrook-Strathcona District #8 – Jeff McLaren elected. 
  • Williamsville District #9 – Vincent Cinanni elected. 
  • Sydenham District #10 – Conny Glenn elected. 
  • King's Town District #11 – Gregory Ridge elected. 
  • Pittsburgh District #12 – Ryan Boehme elected. 

English Language Public School Board Trustees Limestone District School Board 

  • Countryside, Kingscourt-Rideau and Williamsville – Jim Neill elected.  
  • King’s Town, Pittsburgh & Frontenac Islands – Bob Godkin elected. 
  • Lakeside & Trillium – Garrett Elliott elected. 
  • Loyalist-Cataraqui, Collins-Bayridge & Meadowbrook-Strathcona – Judith Brown elected. 
  • Portsmouth & Sydenham – Joy Morning acclaimed. 

English Language Separate School Board Trustee Algonquin & Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 

  • Brian Evoy, Shawn Murphy, Terry Shea and Kathy Turkington elected. 

French Language Public School Boad Trustee/Conseillère Scolaire Le Conseil des Écoles Publiques de Langue Française de l'Est de l'Ontario - région géographique 2 

  • Rachel Laforest est élue par acclamation. 

French Language Separate School Board Trustee/Conseiller Scolaire Le Conseil des Écoles Séparées de Langue Française des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est  

  • Michel Charron est élu par acclamation.