Election officer Lucas Walters (left) and Chief Election Officer Alice Johnston at Monday’s advanced voting for the Cariboo Regional District Monday, Oct. 15. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

CRD advanced voting Monday, Oct. 15

Advanced voting is available at the CRD board room in Williams Lake for voters living in areas E, F, J and K

A second advanced voting opportunity takes place today (Monday) for the Cariboo Regional District election until 8 p.m. in the CRD board room in Williams Lake.

Chief Election Officer Alice Johnston said people can vote for Areas E, F, J and K at the polling station and must bring two pieces of ID – one that has a signature on it, but picture identification is not necessary. The identification should prove both residency and identity.

Read more: CRD advanced indicates strong voter turnout so far

Regular voting day is Saturday, Oct. 20 and polling stations will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the following locations.

For Area E voters go to Mountview Elementary School, Chilcotin Road Elementary School or the CRD board room.

Candidates for Area E are Angie Delainey and Melynda Neufeld

For Area F voters go to 150 Mile Elementary School, Horsefly Community Hall, Big Lake Community Hall, Likely Elementary School or the CRD board room.

Candidates for Area F are Brice O’Neill, Shannon Rerie and Conrad Turcotte.

For Area J voters go to Anahim Lake Elementary School, Naghtaneqed Elementary School, Tatla Lake Elementary School or the CRD board room.

Candidates are for Area J are Gerald Kirby, Doug Wickenheiser and Roger William.

For Area K the polling stations are Old Riske Creek School, Alexis Creek School or the CRD board room.

Candidates for Area K are Betty Anderson and Chad Mernett.

In order to vote, a person must be 18 years of age or older on voting day, be a Canadian citizen, a resident of B.C. for at least six months preceding the day of registration as a voter and a resident of or registered owner of real property in the area which the vote is taking place for at least 30 days preceding voter registration.

Area D director Steve Forseth was acclaimed.

Read more: Forseth will seek re-election as CRD director

The CRD is located at 180 Third Avenue North.



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