Voters head to polls Nov. 15

Campaigning for those running for local government and school boards officially kicks off on Friday, Oct. 10.

Elections will be held on Nov. 15, 2014 in municipalities, regional districts and school districts in B.C. Those who are elected to office will serve four-year terms, up from the current three-year stint.

Black Press and the Boundary Creek Times are looking forward to covering the election stories both in print and online.

From the moment the nomination period closes on Friday afternoon until polling day, you will be able to keep on top of things.

Look for developing information online at boundarycreektimes.com

Click on the Election link on the right of the banner at the top of the page.

News comes fast during he five-week campaign and we plan to be there helping the voters understand what the candidates see as important; and, equally significant, helping the candidates see what the voters consider to be of high priority.

 

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