List of Harrison hopefuls grows

Village of Harrison Hot Springs: New names will be seen on Nov. 15 ballot list

The list of candidates for this fall’s municipal election is growing every day in Harrison Hot Springs. While a full list won’t be available until early next week, after the Oct. 10 nomination deadline, the Village began to post completed nomination packages on their website.

As of Tuesday (Oct. 7) at noon, the list of council hopefuls included two current councillors, John Buckley and Allan Jackson. Councillor Sonja Reyerse was not listed, but confirmed she is running for re-election. New names on the list are John Hansen, Ed Wood, Ray Hooper and Samantha Piper.

Only one nomination package has been posted under the mayor category, for current mayor Leo Facio.

To see the list as it changes throughout the week, visit www.harrisonhotsprings.ca.

 

 

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