Find information about the 2018 municipal election below. The 2022 municipal election is on October 24, 2022.

On this page:

  1. Advanced poll reports
  2. Election reports
  3. Candidate financial statements
  4. More information

Advanced polls reports

Advanced polls recorded electors by ward and poll
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 Advanced polls recorded electors by location and date
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 Advanced polls recorded electors by school support 
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Election reports

Unofficial results report
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Official results
Mayor and members of council
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Regional chair
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Regional councillors
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Waterloo Region District School Board

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Ms. Natalie Waddell vacated her seat on the Waterloo Region District School Board effective June 2020. The Waterloo Region District School Board Trustees voted in favour of appointing Laurie Tremble effective June 26, 2020.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board
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Conseil Scolaire Catholique Monavenir
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Ballots cast by school support 
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Ballots Cast by voting location and school
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Candidates' results per voting location
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Results per office - overview
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Results numbers for declined and rejected ballots 
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Candidate financial statements

Financial statements
Please see Financial Statements for candidates and third-party advertisers who have filed for the 2018 Municipal Election.
Notice of default
Please see list of candidates who are currently in default for filing Financial Statements for the 2018 Municipal Election. 
Compliance report
Please see the Compliance Report for the 2018 Municipal Election.
Notice of requirement to file financial statements

Please see filing requirements, deadlines and penalties for municipal candidates and registered third party advertisers to file Financial Statements.

The Municipal Elections Act, 1996, as amended, requires all election campaign periods for all offices to begin on the day she or he files a nomination for the office.

Candidates were not permitted to spend or raise money for their election until they had filed their nomination. Money, goods and services given to or accepted by a candidates, or on behalf of a candidate, for their election campaign are considered contributions. 

Candidates are only entitled to receive a refund of the nomination filing fee if their financial statement is submitted by the required deadline.

More information

City of Kitchener 2018 Municipal Election Results story map
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 Open data portal
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