Friday, February 23, 2018

2017 View Royal By-election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2017 Saanich Council by-election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election.

Candidate         raised   spent union business personal
Damian Kowalewich $1,626  $1,626   $0     $0    $1,126
Nathan Daisley    $3,073  $2,743   $0     $0    $1,516
Adam Flint        $1,915  $1,915   $0   $500      $715
Mark Brennan          $0    $200   $0     $0        $0 (1)
Angela Hanes        $600    $597   $0     $0      $600   
Jodi Zwicker        $780    $780   $0     $0      $780   

1) His form shows he spent $200 but raised no money, I assume the $200 is from himself

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

2017 Saanich By-election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2017 Saanich Council by-election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election.

NOTE:  The disclosure statements will still be altered so these are not the final numbers

Candidate          raised   spent   union business personal
Karen Harper      $33,477  $33,477     $0  $8,700  $9,829 (1)
Rebecca Merserau  $22,804  $22,804     $0  $1,500  $6,192 (2)
Nathalie Chambers $19,830  $19,830   $500      $0      $0 (3) 
Michael Geoghegan $15,550  $16,648 $1,500  $4,100      $0 (4) 
Ned Taylor         $1,895   $1,457     $0      $0    $180 (5)
Rob Wickson        $6,714   $5,877     $0  $1,050  $5,000
Shawn Newby        $1,450   $2,427     $0      $0  $1,000
Marsha Henderson     $873     $872     $0    $693      $0 (6)
Keith Davidoff       $112      $12     $0      $0      $0 (7)
Art Pollard          $360      $53     $0      $0    $100
TOTALS           $103,065 $103,457 $2,000 $16,093 $22,301

(1) $4,615 donated by Harbhajun Sall $3,000, donated by Mike Geric construction, $5,000 donated by a company controlled by Allen Vandekerkhove
(2) $10,200 donated by Naomi Devine $150 from Janet Mersereau
(3) $611 donated by David Chambers, $2,000 donated by Jennifer Whitfield, $200 donated by Sylvia Olsen, $3,000 donated by Ted Newman, $200 donated by former NDP MLA Gary Holman, $100 donated by Central Saanich Councilor Alicia Holman.  The return seems to be missing some details
(4) $100 donated by Irene Geoghegan, $1,500 donated by the Victoria Building Trades Council, $1,000 donated by Farmacy, $5,000 donated by Allen Vandekerkhove, $2,000 donated by Baked Edibles.  The return seems to be missing some details 
(5) $100 each from Matt Taylor and Daphne Taylor
(6) The return seems to be missing some details
(7) $100 donated by Ida Chong, the return seems to be missing some details

Sunday, December 17, 2017

2014 Victoria Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Mayor
Candidate       raised    spent    union business personal
Lisa Helps      $88,564  $88,309      $0 $44,875  $2,975 (1)
Dean Fortin    $128,999 $128,552 $38,250 $49,305  $5,355 (2)
Ida Chong      $113,402 $113,402      $0 $88,286    $472 (3)
Stephen Andrew  $76,316  $77,042      $0  $3,474 $28,919 (4)
Robert Duncan      $190     $190      $0      $0    $190      
Jason Ross           $0       $0      $0      $0      $0     
David Shebib         $0       $0      $0      $0      $0    
Riga Godron          $0       $0      $0      $0      $0       

Council - 8 to be elected  
Candidate              raised  spent  union business personal
Benjamin Isitt        $25,821 $26,260 $12,515     $0      $0 (5)   
Charlayne Thornton-Joe $7,598  $7,897      $0 $2,184      $0 (6)
Marianne Alto         $26,550 $25,795  $2,450 $2,978 $12,361 (7)    
Jeremy Loveday        $22,532 $22,321 $10,811 $5,570      $0 (8)    
Pamela Madoff         $11,440 $11,180  $1,150 $3,090      $0 (9)  
Geoff Young            $8,216  $6,992      $0   $992  $5,253   
Margaret Lucas        $13,836 $13,629      $0 $5,857    $500   
Christopher Coleman    $7,643  $8,078      $0 $1,388  $2,515
Erik Kaye             $17,646 $17,700  $5,000   $500    $100 (10)
John Luton            $11,845 $12,368  $3,800 $2,543      $0 (11)
Hilary Groos          $11,143 $10,914      $0 $3,336  $1,080 (12)   
Justin Stephenson     $20,217 $20,218      $0 $5,199  $9,091 (13)
Andrew Reeve           $7,046  $7,046      $0 $1,346    $491 (14)
Steve Filipovic        $1,454  $1,482      $0     $0  $1,154 (15)
Ian Hoar               $1,709  $1,649      $0   $500      $0      
Paul Servos            $1,639  $1,639      $0   $461  $1,639 (16)
Ryan Moen                $183    $183      $0     $0    $183
Sean Murray              $751    $751      $0     $0    $751     
Jonathan Carroll         $648    $643      $0     $0    $148     
Jeffrey Olafson          $150    $150      $0     $0    $150       
Gordon MacKinnon         $847    $604      $0     $0    $822   
Saul Andersen             $80     $80      $0     $0      $0
John Stewart           $1,764  $1,764      $0     $0  $1,764    
James Harasymow           $20     $20      $0     $0      $0

(1) Council candidate Justin Stephenson donated $1,000.  Bob and Judy Skene donated $5,000, ANGO Developments donated $5,000.  Evaluation PR Corp donated $3,000.   Businesses controlled by Chris LeFevre and Steve Naim donated $5,000.  Marianne Unger donated $9,981.  Veronica Vander Heiden donated $2,500.  Businesses controlled by Leigh Large donated $5,000
(2) BCGEU donated $10,600, CLC donated $5,000, CUPE local 50 donated $5,100.  CUPE BC donated $5,000,. Janice Wie Yin Tang donated $2,000.  MLA Lana Popham donated $100.  MP Murray Rankin donated $100. Patricia Mariash donated $5,000.  Townline Homes donated $5,000.  Victoria Labour Council donated $6,650
(3) Bard and Banker/Irish Times/Penny Farthing donated $18,893.  Stephen Clark donated $2,000.  Pacific Beach Investments donated $5,000.  Gustavson Capital Corp donated $5,000. Businesses controlled by Jim and Frank Carson donated $5,000.  Liberal MLA Moira Stilwell donated $100.  Focus Unlimited Partnership donated $10,000
(4) $6,075 donated by Chris Spence
(5) MP Murray Rankin donated $400.  CUPE BC donated $5,400.  CUPE local 50 donated $3,000.  Morgan Stewart $2,200
(6) Council candidate Margaret Lucas donated $100
(7) Lana Popham donated $150.  MPs Randall Garrison and Murray Rankin both donated $100
(8) CUPE BC donated $3,000.  CUPE local 50 donated $4,500.  MLA Lana Popham donated $200.  MP Murray Rankin donated $300.  Matthew Davidson WebSite Design donated $2,000.  Media One Inc donated $2,500
(9) Former MP Denise Savoie donated $100.  $3,086 surplus funds from 2011 campaign.
(10) MP Murray Rankin donated $1,000
(11) Former MLA David Cubberly donated $500.  Liane Luton donated $100.  Vlad Luton donated $100.  Former Colwood councilor Ernest Robertson donated $1,877 though in relation to cost sharing an add with Colwood council candidate Lilja Chong.
(12)Former mayor Peter Pollen donated $382 
(13) Catherine Stephenson donated $100.  Carolyn Stephenson donated $1,000.   A.R. Lobmeier Inc donated $4,902
(14) Former MLA Ida Chong donated $100.   Former Colwood councilor Ernest Robertson donated $1,261 
(15) $200 from Mo Filipovic and $100 from Sherry Filipovic
(16) The $461 business donation was from his own business

Saturday, December 16, 2017

2014 View Royal Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Mayor
Candidate       raised   spent union business personal
David Screech   $3,579  $3,407   $0  $2,850   $1,000 (1)
Brian Burchill  $7,351  $7,324   $0      $0   $4,325
David Shebib        $0      $0   $0      $0       $0 

Council
Candidate        raised   spent  union business personal
Heidi Rast         $955  $1,505     $0    $450    $229 (2)
John Rogers      $2,400  $2,860 $1,500    $755      $0
Ron Mattson      $1,217  $1,217     $0    $200    $287
Aaron Weisgerber $1,794  $1,782     $0  $1,005    $598 
Mark Brennan     $2,091  $2,091     $0      $0  $2,091 
Wes Kennedy          $0      $0     $0      $0      $0 

(1) $1,000 donated by his own business $250 donated by Guy Screech
(2) $100 donated by Erich Rast

2014 Sooke School District (SD #62) Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Belmont Zone - 4 Trustees to be elected
Candidate            raised  spent  union business personal
Wendy Hobbs          $4,803 $6,698     $0  $4,500      $0      
Ravi Parmar          $7,380 $5,986   $700    $300  $6,000  
Dianna Seaton        $3,550 $5,533     $0  $1,150  $1,150 (1)  
Denise Riley         $5,701 $6,186 $5,700      $0      $0     
Jan Peever           $5,950 $5,766 $5,900      $0      $0  
Stephanie Longstaff  $6,500 $6,394     $0  $3,000  $4,000 (2)
Trudy Spiller        $5,417 $5,411     $0      $0  $3,171 (3)    
Don Brown            $4,498 $4,498     $0    $124  $4,182 (4)
Dean Sutton              $0     $0     $0      $0      $0      
Sarah Wilson             $0     $0     $0      $0      $0        
Melissa McConnell        $0     $0     $0      $0      $0     
Timothy Rud             $20    $20     $0      $0      $0       


Milnes Landing Zone - 3 trustees to be elected
Candidate          raised  spent union business personal
Margot Swinburnson   $586   $579   $0     $0      $586
Robert Phillips    $2,163 $1,980   $0     $0    $1,963
Neil Poirier       $1,650 $1,620 $750     $0        $0 (5)
Benula Larsen        $594   $594  $0      $0      $594 
Doris Gulmans      $1,174 $1,174  $0      $0      $111 (6)   

Arthur (Russ) Chipps $420   $420  $0      $0      $420

(1) $450 donated by Lanny Seaton
(2) The $3,000 donations from businesses came from her own business, $2,500 donated by Jean Vantreight 
(3) $650 donated by William Spiller
(4) $100 donated by Helen Brown  
(5) $400 donated by Ruth Poirier $500 Tara Poirier
(6) $813 donated by Ronald Gulmans    

2014 Saanich School District Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Sidney - 1 Trustee
Candidate     raised  spent union business personal
Jason Price     $913   $908  $0      $0      $568
Allan Collier $2,225 $2,102  $0      $0    $1,975 (1)
Jim Standen       $0     $0  $0      $0        $0 

North Saanich - 2 Trustees
Candidate      raised spent union business personal
Barb Menzies    $631 $1,031  $0     $0       $631
Elsie McMurphy    $0     $0  $0     $0         $0   
Robert Marty    $300   $128  $0     $0       $300

Central Saanich - 2 Trustees
Candidate      raised spent  union business personal
Tim Dunford    $2,000 $1,942   $0     $0     $2,000
Nancy Borden       $0     $0   $0     $0         $0 
Pat Bryant       $160   $160   $0     $0       $160   
Nicholas Claxton   $0     $0   $0     $0         $0 

Saanich - 2 Trustees
Candidate       raised  spent union business personal
Wayne Hunter      $889 $1,563   $0   $400      $489
Victoria Martin $1,177 $1,177   $0     $0    $1,177
Kerry Steinemann    $0     $0   $0     $0        $0 

(1) $150 from Elise McMurphy, incumbent Saanich school board candidate in North Saanich 

2014 Sooke Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Mayor
Candidate      raised   spent  union business personal
Maja Tait     $24,300  $19,688  $0    $12,085  $4,085
Herb Haldane  $11,943  $11,943  $0     $3,997    $552
David Shebib       $0       $0  $0         $0      $0 

Council 
Candidate        raised   spent union business personal
Kerrie Reay      $1,273  $1,289   $0      $0    $1,273 
Ebony Logins     $1,900  $1,527   $0      $0      $170 (1)
Brenda Parkinson $5,424  $4,962   $0    $885    $1,824
Kevin Pearson      $300    $700   $0    $200      $100
Rick Kasper      $1,903  $2,548   $0    $450      $533 
Bev Berger         $461  $1,481   $0      $0        $0     
Jeff Bateman     $2,088  $2,088   $0      $0      $793  
Kel Phair        $1,948  $1,948   $0  $1,250      $248    
Mark Whiteson        $0      $0   $0      $0        $0   
Justin Hanson        $0      $0   $0      $0        $0 

(1) $1,000 from Sooke Martial Arts and $100 from mayor candidate Maja Tait

2014 Sidney Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Mayor
Candidate          raised  spent union business personal
Steve Price       $13,428 $13,428  $0   $3,000  $2,903
Cliff McNeil-Smith $9,575  $9,222  $0   $3,000  $2,500
Don Amos          $11,095 $10,350  $0   $2,750    $500 (1)        
Steve Duck        $16,787 $11,362  $0   $3,250  $9,793    
David Shebib           $0      $0  40       $0       

Council 
Candidate             raised   spent union business personal
Erin Bremner          $7,286  $7,033   $0    $500       $0  (2)
Barbara Fallot        $5,110  $4,918   $0    $710   $3,850 
Peter Wainwright      $6,137  $6,137   $0      $0   $6,137   
Mervyn Lougher-Goodey $2,962  $4,163   $0      $0   $2,113 
Tim Chad                $810  $1,181   $0      $0     $560
Cam McLennan          $1,904  $1,900   $0    $862     $842        
Sheilah Fea           $1,823  $1,823   $0    $200     $938     
Melissa Hailey          $263    $263   $0      $0       $0 (3)   
Bob Jones             $1,456  $1,456   $0      $0   $1,256     
Colin Plint           $1.107  $1,107   $0      $0     $607   
Mike Barwick          $1,000  $1,000   $0    $500       $0 (4)      Romi Bongers            $415     $415  $0      $0     $365       

(1) Council candidate Colin Plint donated $500, Jim Sievers donated $3,000
(2) $100 donated by former Liberal MLA Clive Tanner and $200 donated by former Liberal MLA Murray Coell
(3) $200 donated by Yolanda Hailey
(4) $500 donated by Katherine Barwick

Sunday, December 10, 2017

2014 Oak Bay Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Mayor
Candidate      raised   spent union business personal
Nils Jensen    $6,715  $9,505  $0    $1,347    $300    
Cairine Green $11,768 $11,768  $0    $1,533  $1,820  
David Shebib       $0      $0  $0        $0      $0       

Council 
Candidate         raised  spent   union business personal
Kevin Murdoch     $4,868  $5,069     $0    $569   $1,295 (1)
Hazel Braithwaite $4,339  $5,827     $0      $0       $0 (2)
Tara Ney          $4,027  $4,027     $0    $350     $362      
Michelle Kirby    $4,398  $4,965 $1,600      $0   $2,173
Eric Zhelka       $6,470  $6,470     $0      $0     $381 (3)   
Tom Croft         $5,554  $5,301     $0    $100   $1,599          
Max Johannesen    $4,161  $4,121     $0      $0   $4,111  
Andrew Stinson    $1,778  $1,778     $0      $0   $1,368 (4)   
Heather Holmes    $5,692  $5,542     $0  $1,597   $1,000
Jan Mears         $2,690  $1,668 $1,300      $0   $1,000     
Joan Russow       $1,704  $1,688     $0      $0   $1,300

(1) $250 donated by Alex Murdoch and Connie Murdoch
(2) $1,000 each from Ken Braithwaite and John Braithwaite, $750 from Debra Braithwaite 
(3) $2,100 donated by Rennie Knowlton 
(4) $100 donated by Sandra Stinson      

Saturday, December 09, 2017

2014 North Saanich Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Candidate           raised   spent union business personal
Alice Finall        $4,675  $6,582   $0      $0       $0
Dorothy Hartshorne $12,402 $12,402   $0  $3,900   $4,558 (1)
Peter Miller          $555     $555  $0      $0     $406
David Shebib            $0       $0  $0      $0       $0    

Council - 6 to be elected
Candidate           raised   spent union business personal
Geoff Orr           $5,275  $4,988   $0      $0  $2,100         
Heather Gartshore  $14,498 $11,500   $0  $1,862  $1,451 (2)
Jack Thornburgh     $6,300  $5,470   $0      $0  $2,400    
Celia Stock         $5,925  $5,741   $0    $200  $4,000     
Jack McClintock       $924    $911   $0      $0      $0(3)     
Murray Weisenberger $2,696  $2,546   $0    $298    $476
Steve Pearce          $901    $901   $0      $0      $0  (4)      
Craig Mearns       $41,766 $20,829   $0      $0 $21,050 (5)     
Conny McBride       $3,274  $2,286   $0      $0  $1,675 (3)       
Dunstan Browne        $899    $899   $0      $0      $0 (3) 

Team North Saanich $44,056 $44,056   $0  $1,800      na   

(1) Former mayor and councilor donated $100, Craig Mearns donated 
(2) Brian Gartshore also donated $551
(3) $899 transferred to Team North Saanich
(4) $850 transferred to Team North Saanich
(5) $19,916 transferred to Team North Saanich
(6)$2,099 transferred to Team North Saanich

2014 Metchosin Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Mayor 
Candidate     raised  spent union business personal
John Ranns     $600   $599   $0      $0     $500
Ed Cooper        $0     $0   $0      $0       $0     
David Shebib     $0     $0   $0      $0       $0   

Council
Candidate         raised  spent union business personal  
Bob Gramigna        $469   $469   $0     $0      $469
Andy MacKinnon    $1,042 $1,042   $0     $0      $552 
Moralea Milne       $561   $757   $0     $0      $500
Kyara Kahakauwila   $879 $1,079   $0   $300      $379
Chris Moehr       $2,602 $2,602   $0     $0    $2,202
Anne Richmond     $2,060 $2,020 $700     $0        $0 (1)   
Karen Watson          $0     $0   $0     $0        $0

(1) MP Randall Garrison donated $100  

2014 Langford Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election
Mayor
Candidate       raised  spent  union business personal
Stew Young        $60      $6   $0     $0       $0
David Shebib       $0      $0   $0     $0       $0 

Candidate       raised  spent    union business personal
Lillian Szpak    $4,761 $6,400     $0    $226     $0 (1)
Denise Blackwell $4,126 $5,309     $0    $226     $0 (1)
Lanny Seaton     $4,376 $5,296     $0    $226     $0 (1)  
Winnie Sifert    $4,126 $6,164     $0    $200     $0 (1)
Roger Wade       $4,510 $5,132     $0    $411     $0 (1)   
Matt Sahlstrom   $4,126 $6,457     $0    $226     $0 (1)  
Jim Munro          $712   $712     $0      $0   $383   
Pauline Adams      $389   $328     $0      $0     $0 
Dustin Finerty     $969   $872     $0      $0   $369 (2)
Grant McLachlan  $2,900 $2,418 $1,375      $0   $772 (3)
Mark McInnes     $2,661 $2,661     $0    $800     $0
Paul Barber        $702   $702     $0      $0   $384 (4)  
Timothy Power      $719   $716     $0      $0   $219  

Andre Mollon       $209   $206     $0      $0     $0

(1) Held a fundraiser that raised $3,200
(2) Sooke School District candidate Ravi Parmar donated $100
(3) MP Randall Garrison donated $100
(4) Timothy Power donated $171 and Dustin Finerty donated $147       

2014 Higlands Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election
Mayor
Candidate       raised   spent   union business personal
Ken Williams  $650 $717 $0 $0 $600
David Shebib $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 

Candidate      raised  spent  union business personal
Leslie Anderson $860    $459    $0     $0     $800
Karel Roessingh $241    $590    $0     $0     $131
Marcie McLean   $682  $1,082    $0     $0     $682
Karen Burns     $560    $781    $0     $0     $300
Gord Baird      $355    $327    $0    $50       $0
Ann Baird       $355    $327    $0    $50     $125
Sherry Clayton  $795    $795    $0    $0      $500 (1)

(1) $200 donated by Gerald Lawrence Clayton

2014 SD#61 Greater Victoria School Board Election Finances

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election

Candidate            raised spent    union business personal
Ann Whiteaker        $1,678  $1,678     $0   $0       $478 (1)
Deborah Nohr         $6,259  $6,182     $0   $0     $5,530 (2)
Peg Orcherton       $10,655 $11,381 $4,500 $200     $1,177 (3)
Diane McNally        $4,099  $3,922     $0  $70     $3,850
Rob Paynter          $2,796  $3,244     $0  $20     $2,547
Elaine Leonard       $3,598  $2,739     $0   $0     $3,245
Edith Loring-Kuhanga $3,809  $3,723     $0   $0     $1,327 (4)
Tom Ferris           $2,982  $2,739     $0  $40     $2,630
Jordan Watters       $4,447  $4,447     $0   $0       $637
Bev Horsman          $3,447  $3,447   $600   $0     $1,012 (5)
Nicole Duncan          $361    $356     $0   $0       $361
John Rizzuti         $3,351  $2,739     $0   $0     $2,998
Ruth MacIntosh       $3,429  $3,429     $0   $0     $1,954 (5)

(1) James Whiteaker also donated $1,000
(2) Neils Nohr donated $240.70
(3) Steve Orcherton donated $500 as well.  $4,000 came from a Madelaine Burbridge
(4) MP Randall Garrison donated $100
(5) Former MLA Steve Orcherton donated $200

2014 Esquimalt Council Election Financial Analysis

These are the figures for money raised and spent by each candidate in 2014 municipal election.   Also included is how much was donated by unions, businesses and the candidate themselves.

All amounts rounded to the nearest dollar, candidates are in order of how they finished in the election
Mayor
Candidate       raised   spent   union business personal
Barb Despardins $11,850  $9,402    $0  $5,170  $2,000 (1)
John Drucker    $12,045 $11,927 $7550    $100    $500 (2)
Scott Attrill    $1,283  $1,153    $0    $999    $461 (3)   
David Shebib         $0      $0    $0      $0      $0

Council
Candidate      raised   spent   union  business personal
Susan Low         $2,745 $2,571     $0    $320   $200 (4)
Tim Morrison      $4,400 $3,279 $3,750      $0     $0 (5)
Meagan Brame      $1,050 $2,000     $0      $0 $1,000 (6)
Beth Burton-Krahn $3,326 $2,701     $0    $560 $1,610 (7)
Lynda Hundleby    $3,090 $3,580     $0    $925 $2,000 (8)
Olga Liberchuk    $2,628 $2,564   $560      $0   $110
Mark Salter       $2,448 $2,446     $0      $0 $2,198
Bob McKie         $1,420 $1,342     $0  $1,100     $0
Brenda O'Connor      $10     $0     $0      $0
Rob Lavergne         $58    $58     $0      $0     $0
David Schinbein     $931   $761     $0      $0   $881
Josh Steffler       $682   $616     $0      $0     $0

(1) $1,000 from 360305, a business owned by Alan Vanderkerkoff
(2) $100 each from Murray Rankin and Maurine Karagianis
(3) His personal donation was from his own business
(4) $1,000 came from Victoria council candidate Justin Stephenson
(5) $500 comes from what seem to be two family members
(6) Her form is confusing me, I think she donated $1,000 herself plus covered a deficit of $992.45
(7) $100 from Werner Krahn and $100 from Victoria council candidate Justin Stephenson
(8) another $625 came from Walter Hundlbey's business

I started doing these for all the municipalities a couple of years back but never finished but will do so now over the next couple of weeks

Friday, December 01, 2017

Back after a break

A lot has happened in my life in the last two years which has meant writing about local issues has taken a back seat when it comes to my time.  I am now ready to get back into commenting on what is going in on Greater Victoria.   I will be updating this blog a couple times a week but also adding a lot more video reportage and probably a podcast about my take things..

I am currently working on a number of new ideas and hope to have something substantive up on Sunday.

I expect that I will be posting something Tuesday and Sunday afternoons.

If you have any thoughts on what you think I should be looking at please let me know.

Bernard

2017 View Royal By-election

A by-election was held on November 23rd 2017 in View Royal to fill the seat vacated by Heidi Rast who resigned because she moved away
  1. Damian Kowalewich 518
  2. Nathan Daisley    286
  3. Adam Flint        177
  4. Mark Brennan      136
  5. Angela Hanes      105
  6. Jodi Zwicker       73
Total vote of 1,295 out of about 7,800 eligible voters for a rough turnout of 16.6%.  View Royal does not maintain a voters list and therefore do not know how many eligible voters there are.

Past View Royal Election Results
2005 the council was elected by acclamation



2017 Saanich By-Election

The by-election was held September 23rd 2017 to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Vic Derman


  1. Karen Harper      2,340
  2. Rebecca Merserau  2,238 (ran in 2014 coming 9th of 13)
  3. Nathalie Chambers 1,856
  4. Michael Geoghegan   863
  5. Ned Taylor          597
  6. Rob Wickson         577 (ran in 2011 coming 9th out of 12, and in 2008 9th of 11)
  7. Shawn Newby         465 (ran in 2014 coming 11th of 13)
  8. Marsha Henderson    344 (ran in 2014 coming 13th of 13)
  9. Keith Davidoff      163
  10. Art Pollard          83
Total vote 9,526 of 83,559 which is a turnout of 11.40%

Past Saanich Election Results