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Oct 24 Election Day!




The following is a list of candidates who have registered to run for office in the upcoming 2018 City of Brandon Municipal and School Boards election. The City of Brandon does not endorse any candidate nor guarantee the accuracy of the information they have provided.




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Nick Brown

Brandon University Student


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Phone: (204) 574-8367

 Hello South Centre!

         I'm running to be your next Councillor because I have experience working on behalf of my community. Having been Vice President and President of the Brandon University Students' Union over the past four years, I have advocated strongly for the rights, and opinions of Brandon University students at the local, provincial, and national level. Living in Brandon since 2011, I have seen the great things this city has to offer, and I hope that my perspective will work towards some of the issues we are facing. With experience working on behalf of my community, and my background in grassroots and community organizing, I am equipped to skillfully represent the people of South Centre to the Brandon City Council. If elected I will work towards making Brandon the best city that it can be.

Specifically, I will work towards:

- Improving Public Transport, in the city and across Manitoba

- Fighting the Opioid and Methamphetamine Epidemic

- Increasing Affordable Housing in Brandon


Nick Brown


Facebook: //Nick Brown for South Centre




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Bruce Luebke

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I have lived in Brandon for the past 25 years, and have been actively involved in my community for most of that time.

I’ve organized or helped organize a number of events in Brandon over the years, and been involved in a number of community groups/organizations, particularly those related to recreation opportunities for Brandon residents.

The 2018 municipal election is the first one in my post-media career, allowing me the ability to commit fully to the opportunity.

If elected, the people of South Centre Ward will be getting:

  • A long-time Brandon resident who, like themselves, is a taxpayer and a concerned citizen.
  • Someone who will be diligent in balancing the amount of tax revenue the city collects with the concerns of ratepayers when it comes to the management of assets and infrastructure.
  • A strong advocate for recreational activities for all ages who will focus on maintaining the City’s current recreational facilities and green space while also exploring new opportunities.
  • Someone who understands the importance of providing basic services to the community.
  • A non-partisan person who would be able to work effectively with senior levels of government to tackle problems in our community.
  • I care deeply about our community, and want to make a positive impact at the next level.

Bruce Luebke

Brandon Votes
Brandon electors vote to elect their Mayor, Councillors, and Public or Separate School Board Trustees on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 for the 2018-2022 term of office.
Contact Info

410 - 9th Street
Brandon, MB R7A 6A2
P. 204. 729. 2236