ELECTION 2014: nine candidates run for Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District

Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District: only Bamfield, Beaver Creek and Cherry Creek will be contested

With the local election nomination period at an end, seven candidates have declared for regional district seats.

The candidates are:

  • Lucas Banton (incumbent, Cherry Creek)
  • Tony Bennett (incumbent, Long Beach)
  • Penny Cote (incumbent, Sproat Lake)
  • Dennis Dalla-Vicenza (Cherry Creek)
  • Patty Edwards (Beaver Creek)
  • Eric Geall (incumbent, Bamfield)
  • Michael Kokura (incumbent, Beaufort)
  • John McNabb (incumbent, Beaver Creek)
  • Keith Wyton (Bamfield)

WIth only one candidate running in Long Beach, Sproat Lake and Beaufort, the only contests will be in Cherry Creek between Lucas Banton and Dennis Dalla-Vicenza, Beaver Creek between Patty Edwards and John McNabb and Bamfield between Eric Geall and Keith Wyton.

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.

For coverage of the upcoming election, watch www.albernivalleynews.com and follow us on Twitter @alberninews and Facebook at Alberni Valley News.

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