Who is running in the 2022 municipal election in London
London and area voters will head to the polls on Monday, Oct. 24 to elect the next round of municipal mayors, councillors and school board trustees.
The upcoming election will be to choose local leaders for a term of office starting Nov. 15 to Nov. 14, 2026.
A full list of election information including where to vote and how to make sure you're registered is available on the city's website.
- Brandon Ellis
- Daniel Jeffery
- Don Lenart
- Robert Norman Miles
- Josh Morgan
- Carlos Murray
- Johanne Nichols
- Sean O’Connell
- Khalil Ramal
- Sandie Thomas
- Ryan Cadden
- Janette Cameron
- Ken Fischer
- Oberon Goodden
- Hadleigh McAlister
- Julie Reynolds
- Kenneth Edward Saunders
- Michael van Holst
- Shirley Wilton
- Shawn Lewis
- Mike Yohnicki
- Peter Cuddy
- Prabh Gill
- Ainsley Graham
- Saifullah Qasimi
- Bob Wright
- Raymond Daamen
- Jarad Fisher
- Colleen Murphy
- Sylvia Nagy
- Matt Nicolaidis
- Stephen Orser
- Susan Stevenson
- Connor Pierotti
- Jerry Pribil
- Mariam Hamou
- Sam Trosow
- Becky Willliamson
- Tommy Caldwell
- Sharon Deebrah
- Corrine Rahman
- Evan Wee
- Sarvarinder Singh Dohil
- Steve Lehman
- Colleen McCauley
- Patrick O’Connor
- Anna Hopkins
- Mario Jozic
- Baqar Khan
- Jacob Novick
- Veronica Warner
- Claire Grant
- John Kuypers
- Kevin May
- Michael McMullen
- Paul Van Meerbergen
- Paul-Michael Anderson
- Cole Fobert
- Skylar Franke
- Jeremy McCall
- Christine Oliver
- David Godwin
- Alexander Main
- Elizabeth Peloza
- David Ferreira
- John Fyfe-Millar
- Alexandria Hames
- Davie Millie
- Steve Hillier
- Sarah Lehman
- Danalynn Williams
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