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Editorial: Hamilton's voter turnout was a complete debacle
It looks like Hamilton mayor-elect Fred Eisenberger and the rest of the new council have a firm mandate to do pretty much whatever they want for the next four years. That should be the attitude Eisenberger, and the rest of his councillors, including the four new representatives, should take after the majority of Hamiltonians abrogated their right to have a say in the city’s future.
Vanderbeek earns Dundas council seat
Former town councillor joins three other first-time city councillors

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Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:51 PM
McHattie says mayoral race is between him and Eisenberger "This all coming from a person that has waited until now to "visit" Hamilton, or should I say, the parts of Hamilton that did not seem to matter to him until now? As for the Fred/Larry connection it seems a bit late to be stating the obvious.But I wil"
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Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:03 PM
Clark says McHattie has ‘conflict of interest’ to be Hamilton’s mayor "All the smart people will vote for Brad Clark, as he is the only one who wants to lower property taxes, instead of raising them like Fred and Brian want to do, to fund their pipe-dreams like LRT. We need to improve what we have first, before spending"
Comment by MAW
Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:36 PM
Editorial: Hamilton's People's Platform amounts to input by the few "Obviously not many people were consulted above the escarpment. Not surprised Politicians are telling them what they want to hear."
Comment by MAW
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Hamilton councillor Lloyd Ferguson will continue to make Ancaster special
Lloyd Ferguson’s campaign slogan was to keep Ancaster special.
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New Mountain trustees Archer and Danko set to join Hicks at board table on Dec. 1
Kathy Archer didn’t chance a repeat of her mistake in 2010, when she went to bed thinking she’d won by 300 votes, only to wake up the next morning to find out she’d lost by nearly double that count.
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New Dundas trustee Van Geffen hopes election win settles Parkside closure rift
He had a scare early on when poll results showed him trailing his closest rival, but Greg Van Geffen eventually took nearly 55 per cent of ballots cast to become the new public school trustee for Dundas and west Flamborough.
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New Stoney creek trustee eager to get going on school renewal
Jeff Beattie will be following in his parents’ political footsteps when he formally takes over as Stoney Creek’s new public school trustee in December.
Photo by Kevin Werner
Fred Eisenberger returns to Hamilton mayor's chair after a four-year absence
Eisenberger, who was elected in 2006 only to go down in defeat in 2010 to Bob Bratina, pulled away to victory Oct. 27 over councillors Brad Clark and Brian McHattie to become the city’s two-time mayoral winner since amalgamation.
Eleven-vote win caps tidal shift on Hamilton-Wentworth Public School Board
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board races saw one cliff-hanger, and it was a doozy, as voters elected seven new trustees to replace incumbents who opted not to run again this term.
Photo by Mike Pearson
Doug Conley takes Stoney Creek's Ward 9
Former pre-amalgamation councillor beats eight other candidates
Photo by Laura Lennie
Maria Pearson wins Stoney Creek Ward 10 race — again
“I’m so grateful to the residents of Stoney Creek that have known me and have trusted me and put faith in that circle on the ballot today.”
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Incumbents Scott Duvall, Tom Jackson and Terry Whitehead easily keep their Mountain council seats
The trio of councillors all polled over 75 percent of the votes cast in their wards.
Photo by Craig Campbell
Dundas' Arlene Vanderbeek becomes fourth woman on Hamilton city council
Broad support leads to Vanderbeek receiving 42 per cent of the vote in Dundas
Baiardo, Valvasori elected in Mountain Catholic trustee races
Baiardo is the first new Catholic trustee elected in the ward in over 40 years. Fr. Kyran Kennedy had served the area for over 40 years before his death in 2012.
Dawn Danko wins Ward 7 trustee race
Danko replaces veteran Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustee Lillian Orban.
Kathy Archer takes Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board's Ward 6
Archer fended off challenges from four other hopefuls.
Wes Hicks returns as west Mountain public school board trustee
Wes Hicks has been returned to the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board
Doug Conley elected as Brad Clark's successor in Ward 9
Doug Conley has been elected in Ward 9 and will take over the council seat vacated by Brad Clark when he decided to run for mayor.
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