Mayor Don Iveson and 25 other Edmontonians have officially submitted their papers expressing interest in running for the positions of Mayor or City Councillor in Edmonton’s next municipal elections. The election is scheduled to take place on Monday, October 16, 2017. Mr…. Continue Reading →
Tweet$4.35, $19.75, and $5.45 are how much Don Iveson, Karen Leibovici and Kerry Diotte‘s campaigns spent for each vote received in Edmonton’s October 21, 2013 mayoral election. With the most efficient dollar-to-vote ratio is Mr. Iveson, who won the election with a landslide 132,162 votes (62% of the total votes cast). With a less efficient . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Big Money in Edmonton Municipal Election
TweetDedicated citizens across Alberta will gather this morning in town halls and community centres to submit their nomination forms to become official candidates in this year’s municipal elections. In the capital city, the excitement is taking place at Edmonton’s downtown City Hall. With three-term Mayor Stephen Mandel not seeking re-election, three Councillors and a handful . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Nomination Day: Edmonton civic election official starts today
TweetWith much attention focused last week on Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel‘s harsh criticisms of the recent provincial budget, it may have been easy to miss news that candidates planning to seek election in this October’s municipal election are beginning to creep out of the woodwork. Community organizer Michael Walters launched his campaign this weekend in . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Michael Walters, Ray Martin jump into the municipal election.
TweetOne week after Edmonton’s Chamber of Commerce warned of dramatic consequences if construction of the new downtown arena did not begin soon, the Katz Group, owned by billionaire Daryl Katz, has demanded further financial concessions to the already rich deal that City Councillors agreed to last year. Despite the weak-kneed stance taken by most Councillors . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: pity the billionaire. katz group asks city council for more.