The Brampton municipal election, 2006 took place on 13 November 2006, to elect a mayor, five regional councillors and five city councillors in the city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It was held in conjunction with all other municipalities in Ontario. See Ontario municipal elections, 2006.
It was referred to as CityVote 2006 by the City's website.
The nomination period ended on Friday 29 September 2006; thirty candidates registered in the two weeks prior. Six candidates withdrew after this point, before the cut-off of 5 pm Monday. There was a total of 96 candidates running for political office.
Over the various days of voting, 68,186 Brampton residents cast ballots; there were 226,869 registered voters in the city at the time. This means there was a 30.8% turn-out.
|Susan Fennell (incumbent, winner)||51,036||74.8|
|John R. A. Moulton||4,007||5.9|
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|Elaine Moore, incumbent, winner OFFICIAL WEBSITE||7182||69.45|
Among his challengers was Stephanie Beaumier, daughter of Brampton West MP Colleen Beaumier. As he dropped out of the campaign after nomination lists were finalised, Malcolm Jones' name still appeared on the ballots. Despite no longer officially running, he took fourth place, out of seven.
|Stephanie Beaumier OFFICIAL WEBSITE||3215||30.84|
|Grant Gibson, incumbent, winner||5335||51.17|
|Malcolm Jones OFFICIAL WEBSITE||320||3.07|
|Larry Lee OFFICIAL WEBSITE||256||2.46|
|Jeffrey Schrik OFFICIAL WEBSITE||194||1.86|
|Jagtar Shergill OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1034||9.92|
|Vicky Colbourne OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1767||14.00|
|David Esho OFFICIAL WEBSITE||548||4.34|
|Curtis Grant OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1653||13.10|
|Chuck Jeffrey OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1396||11.06|
|Paul Palleschi, incumbent, winner||5766||45.68|
Incumbent John Hutton had ten candidates challenging his re-election, the most of any riding. Due to the berth of competition, he was only re-elected with 27% support. Among the challengers was Doug Whillans, son of Ken Whillans, a former Brampton mayor. As of election day, Hutton had held the seat for 21 years.
|Derrick Coke OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1768||13.70|
|Navdeep Gill WEBSITE UNARCHIVED||1790||13.87|
|Ralph Irving Greene||1466||11.36|
|John A. Hutton, incumbent, winner||3552||27.53|
|Adrian Avinash Lalla||45||0.35|
|Mathew Njenga OFFICIAL WEBSITE||454||3.52|
|Joyce Rodriguez OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1175||9.11|
|Doug Whillans ARCHIVED OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1792||13.89|
|Susan DiMarco, incumbent OFFICIAL WEBSITE||5431||36.60|
|John Sanderson, winner OFFICIAL WEBSITE||5723||38.56|
|Sukhwant Thethi OFFICIAL WEBSITE||3042||20.50|
Babra's second place finish was unexpected, as while he participated in a Brampton Guardian interview, he did not reply to The Toronto Star or The Brampton News/Wikinews. His email address was inactive throughout the duration of his campaign.
|Bob Callahan, incumbent, winner||8094||55.30|
|Sheila White OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1881||12.85|
Long-time incumbent Gael Miles easily won the election for regional councillor (Wards 7 and 8), against political newcomer John Villella.
|Gael Miles, incumbent OFFICIAL WEBSITE||11071||87.67|
|John Villella OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1557||12.33|
Incumbent Sandra Hames won with little trouble, garnering also three out of every four votes.
|Khalid Alvi as "K. Alvi", ran in 2003 election for city wards 7 & 8||1069||8.49|
|Sandra Hames, incumbent OFFICIAL WEBSITE||9317||73.96|
|John B. Spry, ran in 2003 election for wards 9 & 10.||730||5.80|
Incumbent John Sprovieri had six candidates challenging his re-election, which he won with 44.91% support. Among the challengers is Derek Begley, son of retired regional councillor Rhoda Begley. Johal has acted as the representative for MP Gurbax Malhi.
|Derek Begley OFFICIAL WEBSITE||1364||8.25|
|Dalbir S. Kathuria||995||6.02|
|John Sprovieri, incumbent, winner OFFICIAL WEBSITE||7425||44.91|
Garnett Manning had five people contesting his seat, which he eventually lost to Vicky Dhillon. Manning had beat Dhillon by a slim amount in the 2003 election. At time of election, Dhillon was the Brampton—Springdale riding association president for the Liberal Party of Canada (Ontario); it is unknown if he will retain this position. Among the other candidates was Daljit Gill, a one-term Peel District School Board trustee.
|Stella Ambler OFFICIAL WEBSITE||4029||23.80|
|Mandeep Dhaliwal OFFICIAL WEBSITE||2879||17.01|
|Vicky Dhillon, winner OFFICIAL WEBSITE||4700||27.77|
|Garnett Manning, incumbent ARCHIVED OFFICIAL WEBSITE||4259||25.16|
The Peel District School Board runs a website about its trustees and their roles.
There is no incumbent in these wards, as one-term trustee Daljit Gill is running for city council.
Beryl Ford is the only person elected by acclamation to any political seat in Brampton; this is her eighth term as a trustee.
There is no incumbent in these wards.
There is no incumbent in these wards.
None of the incumbents are seeking re-election
|Mark David de Pelham||53||46.90|
|Yvonne Musau Kabeya||65||19.64|