List of candidates complete

Check out who's running in your community and for school board in Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs

The nomination deadline has passed, and the list of candidates have been finalized for the upcoming elections.

On Nov. 15, voters will go to the polls to elect regional directors, municipal councils and mayors, and school board trustees.

The following are lists of the candidates as available at press time, in alphabetical order. Candidates who currently are in the position they are running for are indicated with an asterisk.

SCHOOL BOARD 78 (FRASER CASCADE)

Agassiz-Harrison electoral area

Number of seats: 3

Fiona Delcourt

Cindy Ferguson

Ron Johnstone *

Leah Ochoa

Rose Tustian *

Marilyn Warren

 

Canyon electoral area

Number of seats: 1

Tom Hendrickson (acclaimed)

 

Hope electoral area

Number of seats: 3

Marv Cope *

Kerri Duplessis

Pat Furness *

Robert Genaille

John Koopman

Linda McMullen *

Heather Stewin

 

HARRISON HOT SPRINGS

Mayor:

John Allen

Leo Facio *

Zoltan Kiss

 

Council:

Number of seats: 4

John Buckley *

Leslie Ghezesan

John Hansen

Raymond Hooper

Allan Jackson *

Terry Mitchell

Samantha Piper

Sonja Reyerse *

Ed Wood

 

DISTRICT OF KENT

Mayor:

Ken Schwaerzle

John Van Laerhoven *

 

Council:

Number of seats: 4

Lorne Fisher *

Duane Post *

Sylvia Pranger

Susan Spaeti

Darcy Striker *

Jack Van Dongen

Ken Vanderhoek

John Wouda

 

FVRD elections

Wendy Bales, incumbent director for the Electoral Area C (Hemlock Valley/ Harrison Mills/ Lake Errock and Morris Valley) will run again in this election. Also running for that seat is Alec Niemi. Bales is also running for the mayoral seat in the District of Mission.

In Electoral Area D (Popkum/ Bridal Falls), incumbent director Bill Dickey is the only person to put his name forward. Acclamations for uncontested electoral areas will be declared on Oct. 20.

 

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