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November 14, 2006
David Miller re-elected as Toronto’s Mayor: unofficial results
  
Unofficial results in the City of Toronto’s municipal election indicate David Miller has been re-elected as the Mayor of Toronto.

Unofficial results of the top three mayoral candidates are as follows:

Candidate: David Miller
Number of votes: 332,765
Percentage: 57.0%

Candidate: Jane Pitfield
Number of votes: 188,700
Percentage: 32.3%

Candidate: Stephen LeDrew
Number of votes: 8,061
Percentage: 1.4%

Out of a possible 1.42 million eligible voters, voter turnout was approximately 41.1 per cent. Complete unofficial results, including those for all Councillors and School Board Trustees, are available on the City’s website at http://www.toronto.ca/elections.

City Clerk Ulli Watkiss will release official results on Thursday, November 16 at noon.

Media contact:
Brad Ross, City of Toronto Media Relations, 416-919-6503 (cell)


 

 

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