Candidates announced for the 2014 election

The candidates have been released for the Town of Golden Mayor and Council, and Area A director for the CSRD.

Candidates for the office of Mayor: Keith W, Hern and Ron Oszust

Candidates for the offices of Councillor: Leslie Adams, Connie Barlow, Lori Baxendale, Jim de Bolebec, Andrew Commons, Janet Crandall, Bruce Fairley, Chris Hambruch, Serge Lamarche, Eddie Leigan, Caleb Moss, and Bob Munro.

Candidates for the office of Area A Director, CSRD: Karen Cathcart, Garry Habart, Brian Spain.

General voting for the electors of the Town of Golden will be held on Saturday Nov. 15 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Golden Civic Centre. Advance voting will be held on Wednesday Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall.

Bring two pieces of identification that prove both who you are and where you live. To be eligible to vote, Golden must be your primary residence, and you must have lived there for at least 30 days. Property owners who do not reside in Golden may also vote, but must have their personal name listed as the property owner, and must have owned the property for at least 30 days prior to voting day.

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