Abbotsford municipal election: Five candidates for mayor, 21 for council

Nominations have now closed for the 2011 Abbotsford municipal elections. Five people have registered to run for the seat of mayor while there are 21 candidates for eight council positions and 15 candidates for seven school board seats.

  • Oct. 14, 2011 9:00 a.m.

Nominations have now closed for the 2011 Abbotsford municipal elections. Five people have registered to run for the seat of mayor while there are 21 candidates for eight council positions and 15 candidates for seven school board seats.

The following is a list of municipal candidates (in alphabetical order):

 

Mayor – City of Abbotsford

One (1) to be elected

Bruce Banman

Meghann Coughlan

Travis J. Daleman

Gerda Peachey

George Peary

 

 

Councillor – City of Abbotsford

Eight (8) to be elected

Les Barkman

Henry Braun

James W. Breckenridge

Kevin Chapman

Dave Derkson

Vince Dimanno

William Aird Flavelle

Simon Gibson

Moe Gidda

Moe Gill

Anne Graham

Dave Loewen

Bill MacGregor

Lynn Perrin

Patricia Ross

Mark Rushton

Daljit Singh Sidhu

(Jatinder) Jati Sidhu

John Smith

Terry Stobbart

Doris Woodman-McMillan

The municipal election will take place on Nov. 19.

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