2018 Municipal Election Candidates' Financial Statements

Candidates and Third Party Advertisers are required to complete financial statements relating to their election campaigns as per Section 88.25 of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, as amended.

Mayor Candidates

Brian Calver

Gavin Cross

Gerry Haggerty

Marg Isbester

A. Sam Salaam - Candidate is in default for failing to file the required Financial Statement as per the Municipal Elections Act.

Deputy Mayor Candidates

Carol Harvey

Max Kaiser 

Councillor Ward 1 Candidates

Robert Boomhour - Candidate is in default for failing to file the required Financial Statement as per the Municipal Elections Act.

Cortwright Christian

John McCormack 

Councillor Ward 2 Candidates

Terry Cook

Robin M. W. Lee

Terry Richardson 

Councillor Ward 3 Candidates

Terrilyn Geenevasen

Gerry March

Dave Pinnell Jr.

Richard Pringle 

Councillor Ward 4 Candidates

Cathy Conrad

Tom Derreck

Jason McDonald

Bob Norrie 

Councillor Ward 5 Candidates

Ellen Johnson

Shaune Lucas

Bill Martin 

English Public Trustee Candidates
Laurie French
Roberta Lamb 
Third Party Advertisers 
Campaign Life Coalition 
Joint Compliance Audit Committee and Procedure Information 
 
About the Joint Compliance Audit Committee 

The Municipal Elections Act, 1996, as amended requires all municipalities and local boards to establish a Compliance Audit Committee before October 1st in an election year. For the 2018 Municipal Election, the Township of Addington Highlands, the Township of Stone Mills, Loyalist Township and the Town of Greater Napanee have established a Joint Compliance Audit Committee.
The Town of Greater Napanee’s By-law No. 2018-0044, appoints the Joint Compliance Audit Committee and Adopts a Terms of Reference.

The role of the Joint Compliance Audit Committee is:

  • to review and consider compliance audit applications received by an elector who believes that a candidate or registered third party advertiser has contravened a provision of the Municipal Elections Act relating to election campaign finances; and
  • to review reports submitted by the Town Clerk with respect to any contributor who appears to have contravened any of the contribution limits to a candidate’s or registered third party’s election campaign.

The powers and functions of the compliance audit committee are in accordance with section 88.33 to 88.36 of the Municipal Elections Act.

Compliance Audit Process 

Any eligible elector who believes on reasonable grounds that a candidate or registered third party advertiser has contravened a provision of the Municipal Elections Act relating to election campaign finance may apply for a compliance audit.

An application for a compliance audit shall be made to either the Town Clerk or the secretary of the school board for which the candidate was nominated for office. The application shall be in writing and shall state the reasons for the request for a compliance audit. 

 
Deadline for Applications 

Applications for a compliance audit must be made:

  • ​June 27, 2019, for a candidate or registered third party advertiser who filed their financial statement by 2 p.m. on March 29, 2019; or
  • ​Within 90 days of the date on which a candidate or registered third party advertiser filed their financial statement if filed within 30 days of March 29, 2019.
 

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