Every four years, voters across Ontario elect municipal councillors and school board trustees. The last municipal election in the Town of Innisfil took place on October 24, 2022.

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2022 municipal election results

View the Certified Summary of Election Results (2022-2026 Council) and Certified Summary of Election Results (School Board Trustees).

Mayor

  • Daniel Davidson - 3332 votes
  • Lynn Dollin - 4509 votes

Deputy Mayor

  • Kenneth Fowler - 4078 votes
  • Rob Nicol - 3553 votes

Ward 1 Councillor

  • Kevin Eisses - 584 votes
  • Lynn Iwanow - 256 votes

Ward 2 Councillor

  • Grace Constantine - 511 votes 
  • Anil Dutta - 37 votes
  • Carol Griffith - 501 votes
  • Scott Jones - 205 votes 

Ward 3 Councillor

  • Andrew Harrigan - 426 votes 
  • Naz Obredor - 131 votes 
  • Leslie Pollak - 88 votes 
  • Jennifer Richardson - 768 votes

Ward 4 Councillor

  • Steven Fishman - 348 votes 
  • Alex Waters - 545 votes

Ward 5 Councillor

  • Matthew Kenney - 166 votes
  • Jeanette Luchese-Jacobs - 133 votes
  • James Roncone - 84 votes
  • Linda Zanella - 173 votes

Ward 6 Councillor

  • Lisa Maxwell - 257 votes
  • Robert Saunders - 656 votes
  • Megan Varga - 502 votes

Ward 7 Councillor

  • Fred Drodge - 915 votes
  • Kevin Eckhardt - 207 votes
  • Jake Tucker - 182 votes

English Public (Simcoe County District School Board)

  • Donna Armstrong - 2869 votes
  • Michael Cardwell - 963 votes
  • Dana Stott - 1703 votes

English Separate (Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board)

  • Tanya Da Silva - 1341 votes
  • Katarina Gottfried - 602 votes 
  • Jeanny Salmon - 998 votes

French Public (Conseil Scolaire Viamonde)

  • Saveria Caruso - 298 votes
  • Eric Lapointe - 709 votes

French Separate (Conseil Scolaire Catholique MonAvenir)

  • Claire Thibideau (acclaimed)

2022 voter turnout

  • Total number of eligible electors - 32,769
  • Total number of votes cast - 7949
  • Percentage of turnout - 24.26%

2022 voter turnout per ward

  • Ward 1 - 865 (27.94%)
  • Ward 2 - 1282 (21.66%)
  • Ward 3 - 1446 (22.05%)
  • Ward 4 - 927 (20.9%)
  • Ward 5 - 615 (22.04%)
  • Ward 6 - 1452 (29.52%)
  • Ward 7 - 1362 (26.95%)

Who can vote?

To be eligible to vote in Innisfil’s municipal election, you must be:

  • A Canadian citizen
  • At least 18 years old 
  • A resident, owner or tenant of land in the Town of Innisfil or the spouse of such tenant or owner
  • Not prohibited from voting under any law

You may only vote once in the Town of Innisfil municipal election regardless of how many properties you own or rent within the town. 

Voter Lookup Tool

The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for preparing the preliminary list of electors for each municipality and school board in Ontario. We use MPAC’s database of property owners and tenants to prepare our Voters List. Use the Voter Lookup Tool to verify or edit your voter information.

If you would like to confirm, update or add your information to the provincial Voters List, please visit Elections Ontario’s e-Registration service

To register on the federal Voters List, please use Elections Canada’s online voter registration service.

Wards

See a breakdown of Innisfil's wards in the map below.