Mayor and Council races in both Ashcroft and Cache Creek

Candidates for Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton and Lytton councils, S.D. 74 trustees and TNRD Area E, I and J.

  • Oct. 10, 2014 3:00 p.m.

Voters in Ashcroft and Cache Creek will have their choice of candidates for Mayor and Council, while in Clinton it seems like the current Council is headed for acclamation. Most of the Gold Trail trustees are unchallenged, but Ashcroft trustee Christopher Roden will fight for his seat against opponent Vicky Trill. In Lytton, Mayor Lightfoot’s seat is unchallenged, but residents voters will decide who joins her at the Council table.

All candidates have until Oct. 17 to withdraw their names from election without penalty. General Election Day is Nov. 15.

ASHCROFT

Mayor:

– Dave Belcham

– Jerry Fiddick

– Jack Jeyes

Councillor:

– Jessica Clement

– John Kidder

– T. Knowles

– Doreen Lambert

– Barbara Roden

– Alfie Trill

Trustee:

– Christopher Roden

– Vicky Trill

 

CACHE CREEK

Mayor:

– Marg Durnin

– John Ranta

Councillor:

– Lisa Dafoe

– Martin Dalsin

– David Dubois

– Herb Hofer

– Jim Lambert

– Wyatt McMurray

Trustee:

– Carmen Ranta

 

CLINTON

Mayor:

– James Rivett

Councillors:

– Diana Guerin

– Wayne Marchant

– David Park

– Susan Swan

Trustee:

– Nancy Rempel

 

LYTTON

Mayor:

– Jessoa Lightfoot

Councillors:

– Robert Austen

– Andrew Fandrich

– Dallas Hay

– Tiffany Haugen

– Hugh Poole

– Jan Polderman

– Richard Swan

Trustee:

– Mavourneen Varcoe Ryan

 

TNRD

Area E Director:

– Sally Watson

Area I Director:

– Steve Rice

Area J Director:

– Ronaye Elliott

– Ron McGivern

 

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