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Contents 1 History 2 Elections 2.1 2011 by-election 2.2 2010 election 2.3 2007 election 2.4 2004 election 2.5 2001 election 2.6 1998 election 3 References 4 External links The Lethbridge City Council is the legislative governing body that represents the citizens of Lethbridge, Alberta. Eight aldermen and the mayor comprise the council. The mayor is the city's chief elected official and the city manager is its chief administrative officer. For the 2010–2013 term, the mayor is Rajko Dodic and the aldermen are Jeff Carlson, Jeffrey Coffman, Faron Ellis, Liz Iwaskiw, Joe Mauro, Bridget Mearns, Ryan Parker, and Tom Wickersham. History In 1890, when the local population reached 1,478, an application was made to the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories to grant town incorporation. Such was granted on 3 December of that year and the following 9 February, the first town council meeting was held in the Lethbridge Hotel. Charles Alexander Magrath was the first mayor and was joined by six aldermen. Shortly after Alberta became a province in 1905, an application was made for a city charter. City status was granted on 9 May 1906, and the first council meeting was held on 21 May with a mayor and six aldermen as before. The Alberta Legislature approved a new charter on 25 March 1913 that would see the city governed by three elected commissioners: the mayor, who was also commissioner of finance; a commissioner of public utilities and a commissioner of public works. The charter became effective 1 January 1914 and the first meeting under this commission was held on 5 January 1914 under mayor William Duncan Livingston Hardie. Within eight years, however, local citizens felt the commission was becoming dictatorial and were able to get the charter amended to allow for thee additional but advisory commissioners. The newly elected commissioners attended their first meeting on 24 April 1922. In 1927, as a result of a plebiscite, Lethbridgians voted to change their civic government from commission to council–manager form. The council was then composed of seven aldermen, one of whom would be elected internally as a mayor. As well, a city manager was appointed by city council to administer its policies. The new elections were held in June 1928. In their first meeting, on 23 July 1928, council elected Robert Barrowman as their mayor. In 1961, city electors voted in favour of electing their mayor directly. In 1962, they elected Frank Sherring as mayor. Seven years later, the number of aldermen was increased from six to eight. Elections Every three years, the City of Lethbridge holds municipal elections for the positions of aldermen and mayor. All aldermen are elected at large. The tables below show all candidates who ran in recent elections, bold indicates elected, and incumbents are italicized. 2011 by-election Main article: Lethbridge municipal by-election, 2011 In the 2011 by-election, an alderman was elected from ten candidates. 2010 election Main article: Lethbridge municipal election, 2010 In the 2010 elections, the mayor was elected from six candidates, and eight aldermen from 30 candidates. However, one alderman-elect died before being sworn in. The vacancy was filled in the aforementioned by-election, by the 2010 runner-up. 2007 election Main article: Lethbridge municipal election, 2007 In the 2007 elections, the incumbent mayor was acclaimed, and eight aldermen were elected from 16 candidates. 2004 election The 2004 election was held October 18, 2004. Mayor Name Votes Percent MAURO, Joe 7,732 33.52 TARLECK, Bob 15,333 66.48 Aldermen Name Votes Percent BOORA, Bal 5,915 4.41 CHAPMAN, Ken 2,865 2.14 CONNERS, James 1,885 1.41 DALKE, Don 4,733 3.53 DODIC, Rajko 7,771 5.79 FENGSTAD, Glen M. 3,421 2.55 FERGUSON, Lesley 2,673 1.99 FRANCIS, Cary 983 0.73 GIRDWOOD, Sue 2,250 1.68 IWASKIW, Liz 8,343 6.22 JANZEN, Bob 1,572 1.17 KURINA, Frank 1,811 1.35 LACEY, Barbara 11,313 8.43 LARSEN, Adam 4,011 2.99 LeBARON, D.L. "Rick" 4,874 3.63 McMULLEN, Jim 4,064 3.03 PARKER, Ryan 14,357 10.70 PAULHUS, Romeo 3,834 2.86 ROEDLER, Chris 896 0.67 SIMMONS, Margaret 4,483 3.34 SINGER, Chris 1,253 0.93 TYSLAU, Ron 2,833 2.11 VAALA, Leslie 9,141 6.81 WARD, Shaun 9,815 7.32 WEADICK, Joanne 6,478 4.83 WICKERSHAM, Tom 12,570 9.37 2001 election The 2001 election was held October 15, 2001. Mayor Name Votes Percent PETA, Frank 2,244 9.5 PIERZCHALA, Mike 5,939 25.0 SWITZER, Mark H. 3,181 13.4 TARLECK, Bob 9,459 39.9 WEADICK, Greg 2,907 12.3 Aldermen Name Votes Percent BOLEN, John 881 0.6 BOORA, Bal 3,683 2.7 CAMPBELL, Sandra L. 2,667 1.9 CHAPMAN, Ken 1,466 1.1 DARLINGTON, Lorne James 2,674 1.9 DEMERS, Tyler D. 5,044 3.7 DENNIS, Terry 1,159 0.8 ELLIOTT, Bev 4,069 3.0 FENGSTAD, Glen 2,289 1.7 FLYNN, G.E. Kelly 1,316 1.0 FORSYTH, Howard 1,966 1.4 FUDRA, Frank 2,123 1.5 GIBSON, Bill 4,696 3.4 HEATHERINGTON, Dar 5,701 4.1 ISFELD, Jason 675 0.5 KENT, Adrian 776 0.6 KOBAL, John 3,397 2.5 LACEY, Barbara Ann 8,515 6.2 LEBLANC (WEBBER), Bev 2,371 1.7 LEES, Keith 2,374 1.7 McCOLL, Aaron 800 0.6 McMULLEN, Jim 2,436 1.8 MAURO, Joe 15,330 11.1 MOLCAK, Jack 2,449 1.8 NAKAHAMA, Ken 4,280 3.1 NEUFELD, Randy 5,426 3.9 PARKER, Ryan 11,065 8.0 PASTOOR, Bridget A. 5,722 4.2 ROSS, Rick 3,517 2.6 SIEVER, Kim 946 0.7 VAALA, Leslie 6,156 4.5 WALDERN, Gerald, D.R. 1,976 1.4 WARD, Shaun 7,905 5.7 WHITE, David 2,170 1.6 WICKERSHAM, Tom 9,579 7.0 1998 election The 1998 election was held October 26, 1998. Mayor Name Votes Percent CARPENTER, David B. 13,479 57.2 OXLEY, Jon 6,531 27.7 STEPHENSON, Mark D. 3,553 15.1 Aldermen Name Votes Percent BAIN, Ron 6,811 4.9 COFFMAN, Jeffrey A. 8,927 6.4 DADSWELL, Al 6,709 4.8 FENGSTAD, Glen 4,616 3.3 FOSTER, Janice (Jan) 8,593 6.2 LACEY, Barbara 12,913 9.3 LAMDEN, Dan 2,105 1.5 LOUGH, Victor 5,426 3.9 MARTIN, Ed 9,541 6.8 MAURO, Joe 11,143 8.0 PARKER, Ryan 11,741 8.4 PASTOOR, Bridget A. 9,208 6.6 PETA, Frank 10,091 7.2 TOMPKINS, Michele 7,833 5.6 WARD, Shaun 11,503 8.2 WEADICK, Greg 12,362 8.9 References Dates in the History of the Government of Lethbridge, City of Lethbridge. Accessed 23 December 2006. External links City Council website