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Brantford municipal election, 1972

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The 1972 Brantford municipal election was held on December 4, 1972, to elect a mayor, councillors, school trustees, and public utility commissioners in the city of Brantford, Ontario, Canada.

Charles Bowen was elected to his first term as mayor.

  • John Robert (Jack) Arnold (died August 13, 2010) was born in Brantford, served in the Canadian Navy during his youth (including a stint in Halifax, Nova Scotia during World War II), and later returned to Brantford to become a businessman in the city. He also became a pilot in the 1960s, worked in aviation history, and restored several vintage planes. He died in 2010, at age eighty-three.
  • Note: Vincent Bucci's city council page indicates that he won the final seat following a recount.

    Source: Brantford Expositor, 5 December 1972.

    References

    Brantford municipal election, 1972 Wikipedia


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