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Naheed Nenshi Graded, Calgary Mayor Gets Grade Of A- By Readers

10/19/2012 10:49 EDT | Updated 10/19/2012 11:03 EDT
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Naheed Nenshi, the young charismatic mayor of Calgary, a city renowned conservative, listening carefully a participant of the conference on business opportunities in Calgary at The Hyatt Regency in Montreal on September 22, 2011.Being just an hour off Twitter is difficult for Calgary's savvy mayor, a Muslim who has gained authority despite his young age thanks to his charisma, humor and projects in the conservative city. 'In Canada and in particularly in Calgary, it's possible to do and to be anything regardless of where you come from,' said Naheed Nenshi, smiling broadly beneath his small-framed glasses and brown curly hair, during a visit to Montreal to attract investor to his city. AFP PHOTO / Marie Laure JOSSELIN (Photo credit should read Marie Laure JOSSELIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi received a grade of A- from readers as he completed two years in office.

The mayor celebrated his term in office by grading his fellow council members, giving them an A-, on Thursday. In response, we asked our readers to grade his term and here's what we found:

While reviews were mixed, the Mayor was short of just one more A of upgrading to an A.

Some were pleased:

Others even gave feedback on the report card:

"Much, much better than during our Bronco days," said Steve Boyd on Facebook.

Some disagreed on Facebook, as Ryan Doherty said, "Maybe a 2. Very good at spending money, that's about it."

William Osunde didn't seem to think there was any debate to the question, as he responded with, "He gets a 10 out of 10 from me."

While some respondents weren't exactly rooting for a second term, Nenshi did end up with the same grade he gave council. Well at least we know that on average everyone seem to be on the same page.

SEE: More Responses To Nenshi's Grade Below

Mayor Nenshi's Report Card