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Robocall poll shows Brampton's mayor might have trouble keeping her job
A recent Forum Research survey shows Mayor Susan Fennell has an approval rating of only 29 percent
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Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell
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Some robocall opinion polling out earlier this week shows Brampton mayor Susan Fennell is going to have a difficult time getting re-elected.  

Her disapproval rating is through the roof.

A Forum Research survey of about 1,000 people shows only 29 percent of Brampton residents approve of the job Fennell is doing.

The poll was taken last weekend.

This morning, a Toronto Star investigation unveils that the nation's highest paid mayor and her staff have run up charges of more than $622,000 on city of Brampton credit cards in the last 7 years.

Her staff went to the LCBO store 13 times and put nearly $2,000 on the City tab.

The policy changed in early 2011 but prior to that Mayor Fennell approved her own expenses.

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  1. Edna Johnston-Earl posted on 04/02/2014 10:59 AM
    I understand that she has stepped aside to care for her husband who had open heart surgery.
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Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell
Photo: YouTube

Some robocall opinion polling out earlier this week shows Brampton mayor Susan Fennell is going to have a difficult time getting re-elected.  

Her disapproval rating is through the roof.

A Forum Research survey of about 1,000 people shows only 29 percent of Brampton residents approve of the job Fennell is doing.

The poll was taken last weekend.

This morning, a Toronto Star investigation unveils that the nation's highest paid mayor and her staff have run up charges of more than $622,000 on city of Brampton credit cards in the last 7 years.

Her staff went to the LCBO store 13 times and put nearly $2,000 on the City tab.

The policy changed in early 2011 but prior to that Mayor Fennell approved her own expenses.

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  1. Edna Johnston-Earl posted on 04/02/2014 10:59 AM
    I understand that she has stepped aside to care for her husband who had open heart surgery.
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