Walt Cobb (left) and Surinderpal Rathor are the two choices lakecity residents have for mayor in the 2018 elections.

Mayoral candidates provide their insights on the city’s top issues

Cobb and Rathor are at their homes waiting for election news

Williams Lake residents have two candidates to choose from in the 2018 municipal election.

Current mayor Walt Cobb is seeking reelection while longtime previous city councillor Surinderpal Rathor is also in the running for the city’s top job.

Both men have many years of previous political experience and both have exceptional records of service to the community.

And both are alos at their homes greeting supporters while they wait for election news.

If you’d like to see how the men weigh in on topics such as air quality, the economy and the city’s crime rate, click on the links below for full questions and answers the two candidates provided the Tribune:

Walt Cobb

Surinderpal Rathor


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