2022 STATEMENT OF OFFICIAL RESULTS
Below is the official, certified statement of results for the 2022 Thompson Municipal Election.
2022 UNOFFICIAL THOMPSON MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESULTS
Initial, unofficial counts have been completed for the 2022 Thompson Municipal Election, with 2,070 out of 7,578 eligible voters turning out to elect Thompson’s new Mayor and Council.
Unofficial results in the order of votes are as follows, with bold names indicating elected officials.
|Colleen Smook||964||Kathy Valentino||1,394|
|Les Ellsworth||711||Sandra Oberdorfer||1,222|
|Ron Matechuk||388||Louis Fitzpatrick||1,145|
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MYSTERY LAKE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ACCLAIMED
The School District of Mystery Lake had exactly as many candidates for School Trustees as the number of seats available, meaning that the Board of Trustees was acclaimed as of September 20. Your 2022-2026 School District of Mystery Lake Trustees are:
- Lindsay Anderson
- Michelle Tomashewski
- Abbie Humby
- Mike Lawson
- M. D. Sharker
- Henk Warnar-Brown
- Bryan Young
Election Calendar: City Council and SDML Board of Trustees
Official Election Date:
October 26, 2022
All voting taking place at the Thompson Regional Community Centre
Polls open 8:00am to 8:00pm
Accepting Mayoral Nominations:
May 1, 2022 - September 20, 2022
Accepting Councillor and School Trustee Nominations:
June 30, 2022 - September 20, 2022
All candidates are listed in the order that their names were randomly drawn on September 21, 2022.
Prospective municipal election and Board of Trustees candidates must register with the Senior Election Official (SEO) during the registration period before they may begin to accept contributions, incur expenses, fundraise or borrow money for their campaign.
Contact the Senior Election Official at 204-679-4848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment in order to pick up or drop off nomination papers. All appointments take place at City Hall during regular business hours (8:30 am - 4:30 pm).
The nomination deadline is September 20, 2022, at 4:00 pm. Nominations are closed.
A nomination must be submitted in writing, including at least 25 voter signatures, or 1% of the local voter base, and include a declaration of qualification.
Residents are eligible to vote if they are Canadian citizens 18 years of age or older, and have either resided or owned property within the City of Thompson for at least six months on Election Day.
Students attending university outside of the City who intend to return home after their current term are also eligible voters.
Local residents with no fixed address are also eligible voters, such as those who live at a local shelter, hostel, or similar social institution.
If you want to add your name to the voter list, or to change their information, should contact the Senior Election Official.
AMM has an information hub for prospective and returning candidates including the Municipal Candidates handbook, legislation like the Municipal Act, and other essential reading for candidates and the general public.