Voting well underway in Williams Lake

Advanced voting numbers strong as election day approaches Oct.20.

The Municipal elections are well underway in Williams Lake.

At the first advanced voting opportunity in lakecity this week 387 voters cast their ballots, keeping with the usual average for the local elections. The city encourages everyone who is able to come vote in this years election.

Read More: CRD advance voting indicates strong voter turnout so far

“We encourage all eligible voters to come out and vote,” says Cindy Bouchard, Chief Election Officer. “The next advance voting opportunity is Wednesday, October 17 from 8 am to 8 pm at City Hall, 450 Mart Street, and general voting day is Saturday, October 20 from 8 am to 8 pm at the Marie Sharpe Gym, 260 Cameron Street.”

BC Transit will be providing free bus rides to polling stations on Oct. 20.

Write-ups on all the candidates for mayor, council and the board of trustees are available on the Tribune website. For more information on the upcoming election contact Kim Dressler at kdressler@williamslake.ca or 250-392-1775.

Read More: Chamber releases candidate video interviews in advance of election meet and greet



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