Voters in Williams Lake will have choices on the ballot when they go to the polls on Oct. 20 to vote for mayor and council. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Two running for Williams Lake mayor, 10 for councillor

Four councillors are seeking re-election

Voters in Williams Lake will go to the polls with two names on the ballot for mayor in Williams Lake and 10 for six city councillor spots.

City chief election officer Cindy Bouchard released the results Friday after the 4 p.m. deadline.

Incumbent mayor Walt Cobb is running again, as is long-time former city councillor Surinderpal Rathor who ran for mayor in 2014.

Read more: Mayor and two councillors confirm 2018 election intentions

Present councillors Ivan Bonnell, Scott Nelson, Jason Ryll and Craig Smith are running as well as Sheila Boehm, who is a school trustee, Marnie Brenner who ran in 2014 election, Jodie Capling, Tom Hoffman, Dave Moore and Natasha Wiebe.

Councillors Laurie Walters and Sue Zacharias confirmed earlier in the year they did not plan to seek re-election.

The name of candidates nominated for Zone 6 school trustee, of which one will be elected, are Katie Blaxland, Chris Ford and Alexis Forseille.

Zone 6 covers Marie Sharpe, Nesika, Cataline, LCSS, Skyline, GROW and Continuing Education.

Voters will go to the polls on Saturday, Oct. 20.

Read more: Five of 12 CRD director positions up for election so far, seven by acclamation

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