Here are the results of London's 2022 municipal election

London Ontario's City Hall. CREDIT: DEE-DEE SAMUELS
There were 281,073 eligible voters in London's municipal election, with approximately 71,666 ballots cast, meaning voter turnout was just 25.50 per cent.

The votes have been counted and the results are in: London has a new mayor, eight new faces on city council, and a (partially) new set of school board trustees.

Londoners elected Josh Morgan, former deputy mayor and Ward 7 Councillor as their 65th mayor. Morgan beat out Khalil Ramal with 46,283 votes, while Ramal had 15,912.

Morgan’s win was not particularly surprising, having been endorsed by former mayor Ed Holder, MPPs from all three parties, and the London and District Labour Council, just to name a few. The race for mayor was tightly locked between Morgan and Ramal, with third-place runner-up Sandie Thomas coming in with just 2,297 votes.

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The race for city council, meanwhile, saw three incumbents unseated by newcomers in a number of close races. David Ferriera defeated incumbent John Fyfe-Millar in Ward 13, with a margin of just 34 votes. In Ward 1, controversial councillor Michael Van Holst was unseated by Hadleigh McAlister, and in Ward 6, Western University professor Sam Trosow beat out incumbent Miriam Hamou by nearly 300 votes.

Another new face to win a seat was Skylar Franke in Ward 11. The environmental activist and co-founder of the Coves Community Association won decisively over her closest opponent, Jeremy McCall with 3,616 votes to McCall’s 1,731.

The incumbent councillors who held on to their seats include Shawn Lewis in Ward 2, Steve Lehman in Ward 8, Anna Hopkins in Ward 9, Paul Van Meerbergen in Ward 10, Elizabeth Peloza in Ward 12, and Steven Hillier in Ward 14.

There were 281,073 eligible voters in London’s municipal election, with approximately 71,666 ballots cast, meaning voter turnout was just 25.50 per cent.

A full list of elected candidates can be found below, including school board trustees for the Thames Valley District School Board, the London Catholic District School Board and Conseil scolaire catholique Providence.

Mayor

  • Sean O’Connell
  • Josh Morgan (Mayor-elect)
  • Daniel Lanart
  • Khalil Ramal
  • Daniel Jeffery
  • Johanne Nichols
  • Brandon Ellis
  • Norman Robert Miles
  • Carlos Murray
  • Sandie Thomas
City Council

Ward 1

  • Oberon Goodden
  • Janette Cameron
  • Kenneth Saunders
  • Ryan Cadden
  • Michael van Holst (incumbent)
  • Julie Reynolds
  • Hadleigh Mcalister (elected)
  • Shirley Wilton
  • Ken Fischer
Ward 2

  • Shawn Lewis (incumbent, re-elected)
  • Mike Yohnicki
Ward 3

  • Peter Cuddy (elected)
  • Ainsley Graham
  • Prabh Gill
  • Bob Wright
  • Saifullah Qasimi
Ward 4

  • Matt Nicolaidis
  • Susan Steveson (elected)
  • Stephen Orser
  • Jarad Fisher
  • Raymond Daamen
  • Colleen Murphy
  • Sylvia Nagy
Ward 5

  • Jerry Pribil (elected)
  • Connor Pierotti
Ward 6

  • Mariam Hamou (incumbent)
  • Sam Trosow (elected)
  • Becky Williamson
Ward 7

  • Corrine Rahman (elected)
  • Evan Wee
  • Tommy Caldwell
  • Sharon Deebrah
Ward 8

  • Steve Lehman (incumbent, re-elected)
  • Sarvarinder Dohil
  • Colleen McCauley
  • Patrick O’Connor
Ward 9

  • Anna Hopkins (incumbent, re-elected)
  • Baqar Khan
  • Veronica Warner
  • Jacob Novick
  • Mario Jozic
Ward 10

  • Kevin May
  • Claire Grant
  • Michael McMullen
  • Paul Van Meerbergen (incumbent, re-elected)
  • John Kuypers
Ward 11

  • Skylar Franke (elected)
  • Jeremy McCall
  • Paul-Michael Anderson
  • Cole Fobert
  • Christine Oliver
Ward 12

  • Elizabeth Peloza (incumbent, re-elected)
  • Alexander Main
  • David Goodwin
Ward 13

  • John Fyfe-Millar (incumbent)
  • David Ferreira (elected)
  • David Millie
  • Alexandria Hames
Ward 14

  • Steve Hillier (incumbent, re-elected)
  • Danalynn Williams
  • Sarah Lehman
School board trustees

Thames Valley District School Board, wards 1, 11, 12, 14

  • Christine Morgan
  • Tristan Squire-Smith
  • Lori-Ann Pizzolato (incumbent, re-elected)
  • Sheri Polhill (elected)
  • David Sabine
  • Alejandra Valencia
Thames Valley District School Board, wards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

  • Julie Wedlake
  • Tracey Aquilina
  • Laura Gonzalez
  • Leroy Osbourne (elected)
  • Marianne Larsen (elected)
  • Paul Gray
  • Lamise Kablawi
  • Gabrielle Strum
  • Violet Lema
Thames Valley District School Board, wards 7, 8, 9, 10, 13

  • Mathew Reid
  • Christopher Morgan
  • Beth Mai (elected)
  • Sherri Moore (elected)
  • Eric Michael Vallillee
  • Mike Bloxam
  • Mike Jones
  • Claire Roberts
  • Shari Hall
London District Catholic School Board, wards 1, 14

  • Matthew Pizzuti (elected)
  • Pedro Almeida
  • Odilia Gouveia
  • Denise Singh
London District Catholic School Board, wards 2, 3, 4

  • Sandra Cruz
  • Rejose Mathew Arackal
London District Catholic School Board, wards 5, 6, 7

  • Gabe Pizzuti (elected)
  • Bill Rueger
  • Lucie Alves
London District Catholic School Board, wards 8, 9, 10

  • Linda Steel (Acclaimed)
London District Catholic School Board, wards 11, 12, 13

  • Nando Favaro
  • John Jevnikar (elected)
  • Aurther Patrick Mcleod
Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

  • Philippe Morin (Acclaimed)
Conseil scolaire Viamonde (Tied with 190 votes)

  • Joseph Vandermeer
  • David O’Hara