Post-Election Reporting and Financial Statements


2018 Municipal Election - Post-Election Accessibility Report

The Municipality of South Huron was committed to making the 2018 Municipal Election accessible by working to accommodate the needs of electors by removing barriers to vote for persons with disabilities. The focus of the Post-Election Accessibility Report is to evaluate the accessibility of the electoral services offered to all electors and candidates in the 2018 Municipal Election.

2018 Post-Election Accessibility Report

Certified Candidates Financial Statements

Everyone that has filed a nomination paper with the Municipality of South Huron to participate in the Municipal and School Board Elections as a candidate must in turn file their financial statement with the Clerk after each election. These statements detail the income and expenses incurred during the candidate's campaign.

The completed financial statement must be submitted to the clerk by 2 p.m. on the last Friday in March (March 29, 2019).

All financial statements are public documents. The Clerk must retain the statements until the new council takes office after the 2022 scheduled election. These documents may be inspected in person during normal office hours or by clicking on the corresponding links below.

Any person may make extracts from the documents and is entitled to copies of the documents but must only do so knowing that the information obtained shall only be used for election purposes as per the Municipal Elections Act.

Candidates for Mayor

Maureen Cole

George Finch

Dave Frayne

Tom Oke

Candidates for Deputy Mayor

Jim Dietrich

Craig Hebert

Candidates for Councillor

Ward 1

Greg Elliot

Dianne Faubert

Darlene McKaig

Marissa Vaughan

Ward 2

Toby Clipperton

Wayne DeLuca

Aaron Neeb

Barb Willard

Ward 3

Ted Oke

Paul Passmore

School Board Trustee - English Public

Al Sygrove

School Board Trustee - English Separate

Mike Miller

Notice of Compliance - Filing of Financial Statements

An elector who is entitled to vote in an election and believes on reasonable grounds that a candidate or a Registered Third Party who is registered in relation to the election in the municipality has contravened a provision of the Act relating to election campaign finances may apply for a compliance audit of the Candidate’s or Registered Third Party’s election campaign finances.  South Huron is part of the Huron county Joint Compliance Audit Committee.

Compliance Audit Committee By-Law

Compliance Audit Application Form SH66


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