Fred Eisenberger wins Hamilton's mayor's race

News Oct 27, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Fred Eisenberger has come out ahead of councillors Brad Clark and Brian McHattie to become the next mayor of Hamilton.

As of 9:24 p.m., Eisenberger is polling 40.97% of the vote, compared with Brad Clark who has 30.5% and Brian McHattie with 20.23%.

Candidates Michael Baldasaro, Ejaz Butt, Mike Clancy, Warrand Francis, Nick Iamonico, Crystal Lavigne, Michael Pattison, Phil Ryerson and Ricky Tavares collected a total of 8.33% of the overall vote.

In 2010 Bob Bratina took the mayor's chair with the support of 37.3% of voters defeating then-mayor Eisenberger (who polled at 27.4%) and former mayor Larry DiIanni (who polled at 28.4%).

Fred Eisenberger wins Hamilton's mayor's race

News Oct 27, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Fred Eisenberger has come out ahead of councillors Brad Clark and Brian McHattie to become the next mayor of Hamilton.

As of 9:24 p.m., Eisenberger is polling 40.97% of the vote, compared with Brad Clark who has 30.5% and Brian McHattie with 20.23%.

Candidates Michael Baldasaro, Ejaz Butt, Mike Clancy, Warrand Francis, Nick Iamonico, Crystal Lavigne, Michael Pattison, Phil Ryerson and Ricky Tavares collected a total of 8.33% of the overall vote.

In 2010 Bob Bratina took the mayor's chair with the support of 37.3% of voters defeating then-mayor Eisenberger (who polled at 27.4%) and former mayor Larry DiIanni (who polled at 28.4%).

Fred Eisenberger wins Hamilton's mayor's race

News Oct 27, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Fred Eisenberger has come out ahead of councillors Brad Clark and Brian McHattie to become the next mayor of Hamilton.

As of 9:24 p.m., Eisenberger is polling 40.97% of the vote, compared with Brad Clark who has 30.5% and Brian McHattie with 20.23%.

Candidates Michael Baldasaro, Ejaz Butt, Mike Clancy, Warrand Francis, Nick Iamonico, Crystal Lavigne, Michael Pattison, Phil Ryerson and Ricky Tavares collected a total of 8.33% of the overall vote.

In 2010 Bob Bratina took the mayor's chair with the support of 37.3% of voters defeating then-mayor Eisenberger (who polled at 27.4%) and former mayor Larry DiIanni (who polled at 28.4%).