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Sandy Brown (politician)

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Sandy Brown
47th Mayor of Orangeville
In office
2018–2022
Preceded byJeremy D. Williams
Personal details
ResidenceOrangeville, Ontario, Canada
Alma materUniversity of Toronto
Website[1]

Sandy Brown is the mayor of Orangeville, Ontario, Canada. He was elected mayor in the 2018 municipal elections.[1] Brown ran for Deputy Mayor in the 2014 municipal elections, but lost to the incumbent candidate, Warren Maycock.[2]

Background[edit | edit source]

Brown started his career in the sign making industry, initially employed by his father's company.[3] He would later move on to a larger manufacturer, working primarily in sales and marketing. Brown moved to Orangeville in 1992. In 2007, he became a licensed realtor with RE/MAX In 2007.[3] Since moving to Orangeville, Brown has been involved in the following organizations:[3]

  • Orangeville Lion's Club (Past President, Current Member)
  • Orangeville Minor Hockey Association (Past President)
  • CNIB Lake Joseph Centre Advisory Board (Chair)
  • Town's Committee of Adjustment (Member)
  • Friends of Island Lake (Member)
  • Family Transition Place (Supporter)
  • Orangeville Food Bank (Supporter)

Election Results[edit | edit source]

2018 Orangeville Election
Candidate Votes %
Sandy Brown 3,413 43.74
Rob Adams 2,914 37.3
Jeremy D Williams 1,477 18.92
Total 7,804 100.00
2014 Orangeville Election
Candidate Votes %
Sandy Brown 2,519 34.5
Warren Maycock 3,200 43.8
Kim Reid 1,581 21.7
Total 7,300 100.00

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "News - Seven new members elected to Orangeville Council » Town of Orangeville". www.orangeville.ca. Retrieved 2018-10-30.
  2. Geatrix, Susan (29 October 2014). "Certificate of Election Results". Town of Orangeville. Retrieved 30 October 2018.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "ELECTION PROFILE: Orangeville mayor candidate Sandy Brown". Orangeville.com. 2018-09-12. Retrieved 2018-10-30.


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