ELECTION 2014: 30 candidates for Port Alberni municipal election

City of Port Alberni: with the nominations closed, 23 candidates declare for council and 7 for mayor

With the municipal election nomination period at an end, there are 23 candidates running for six city council positions and seven for mayor.

The council candidates are:

  • Chris Alemany
  • Annette Clement
  • Penny Cote
  • Seva Dhaliwal
  • James Edward (Alberni First)
  • Graham Hughes
  • Pat Kermeen
  • Wendy Kerr (incumbent)
  • Ted McGill
  • Jack McLeman (incumbent, Alberni First)
  • Monty Mearns
  • Malcolm Menninga
  • Sharie Minions (Alberni First)
  • Richard Muller
  • Ron Paulson (Alberni First)
  • Paul G. Pley
  • Bill Randles
  • Denis Sauve
  • Deanna Shanley
  • Charles Thomas
  • Ian Thomas
  • David Tisdale
  • Dan Washington (incumbent)

The mayoral candidates are:

  • Maurice Chopin
  • Hira Chopra
  • John Douglas (incumbent)
  • Mike Ruttan
  • Jacques Savard
  • Cindy Solda
  • Kevin Wright

As we continue our election coverage up until the Nov. 15 election, we want to know what questions you’d like us to ask candidates. Please post your suggestions below, on our Facebook page or tweet them @Alberninews and we’ll try to get through as many as we can.

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