The Brampton municipal election, 2006 took place on 13 November 2006, to elect a mayor, five regional councillors and five city councillors in the city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It was held in conjunction with all other municipalities in Ontario. See Ontario municipal elections, 2006.
It was referred to as CityVote 2006 by the City's website.
The nomination period ended on Friday 29 September 2006; thirty candidates registered in the two weeks prior. Six candidates withdrew after this point, before the cut-off of 5 pm Monday. There was a total of 96 candidates running for political office.
Over the various days of voting, 68,186 Brampton residents cast ballots; there were 226,869 registered voters in the city at the time. This means there was a 30.8% turn-out.
Read more about Brampton Municipal Election, 2006: Conseil Scolaire De District Du Centre-Sud-Ouest, Conseil Scolaire De District Catholique Centre-Sud
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