ELECTION DAY: Polls are now closed in Ashcroft, Clinton and Cache Creek

ELECTION DAY: Polls are now closed in Ashcroft, Clinton and Cache Creek

Voters in 162 municipalities set to elect mayor, council, regional district directors, and more

The polls are now closed, and residents of area communities have voted to choose mayors, councillors, and regional district directors.

Polls were open in Ashcroft, Cache Creek, and Clinton at the following locations between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. PDT:

ASHCROFT: Community Hall, 409 Bancroft Street

CACHE CREEK: Community Hall, 1270 Stage Road

CLINTON: Memorial Hall, 306 Lebourdais Avenue

Polls for TNRD Areas “E” and “I” are open in the following locations:

TNRD AREA “E” (BONAPARTE PLATEAU)

70 Mile Community Hall, 2585 North Bonaparte Road, 70 Mile House (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Clinton Memorial Hall, 306 Lebourdais Avenue, Clinton (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Green Lake Snowmobile Club, 176 Green Lake S. Road, South Green Lake (8 a.m. to 10 a.m.)

Loon Lake Community Hall, 1705 Loon Lake Road, Loon Lake (12 to 2 p.m.)

TNRD AREA “I” (BLUE SKY COUNTRY)

Cache Creek Community Hall, 1270 Stage Road, Cache Creek (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Clemes Hall, 3641 Merritt-Spences Bridge Highway 8, Spences Bridge (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Ashcroft Community Hall, 409 Bancroft Street, Ashcroft (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Lytton Municipal Office, 380 Main Street, Lytton (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)

Soldiers Memorial Hall, 4359 Central Avenue, Walhachin (4 to 6 p.m.)

Find out more about the candidates running in your area by clicking on the candidate names below to read their profiles as published in The Journal. Candidates not linked did not provide a profile.

Who is running for mayor?

ASHCROFT

Agatiello, Sandra

Roden, Barbara

Trill, Alf

CACHE CREEK

Murdock, Sean

Ranta, John

Talarico, Santo

CLINTON

Guerin, Diana

Stanke, Roland

Swan, Susan

Zbarsky, Ira

Who is running for council?

ASHCROFT

Anderson, Marilyn

Anstett, Jonah

Davenport, Nadine

Lizee, Carolee

Tuohey, Deb

CACHE CREEK

Coomber, Wendy

Dafoe, Lisa

Dubois, David

McMurray, Wyatt

Peters, Susan

Pittman, Annette

CLINTON

Burrage, Sandra

McIlravey, Kimberly

Pappas, Theodore

Paquette, Laura

Park, David

Rivett, Christine

Robinson, Cynthia

Tapping, David (Ross)

Who is running for TNRD area director?

TNRD Area “E” (Bonaparte Plateau)

Mackenzie, Bill

Tapping, David (Ross)

Watson, Sally

TNRD Area “I” (Blue Sky Country)

Marinello, Daryll

Rice, Steven

Read more about the Ashcroft All-Candidates’ forum here.

Read more about the Cache Creek All-Candidates’ forum here.

Read more about the Clinton All-Candidates’ forum here.

For all our other election coverage, click here.

Check out our website and Facebook page for full coverage of the results starting at 8 p.m. PDT on October 20.



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