Results of the Quebec municipal elections: Côte Saint-Luc – Montreal | The Canadian News

A controversial campaign in Côte Saint-Luc ended with the re-election of Mayor Mitchell Brownstein.

Brownstein won with about 62 percent of the vote, while his opponent, David Tordjman, finished with just under 38 percent.

Lior Azerad of Team Tordjman won the council seat in District 6, beating out the other candidate, Jeffrey Kovac. A recording of Kovac attacking Tordjman appeared in early October, but Kovac later apologized.

Azerad was the only Team Tordjman candidate his district won.

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Andee Shuster won District 8, getting twice as many votes as the other two candidates combined.

Councilor seats for the other six districts were won by their incumbent councilors. Mike Cohen from District 2 and Steven Erdelyi from District 4 were acclaimed.

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Brownstein’s priorities for the municipality include making a COVID-19 city safe, replacing lead pipes, and working on the Cavendish extension.

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