Election 2014: Candidates list for the Lower Similkameen

The candidates list for Keremeos, the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen, and School District 53 are complete.

  • Oct. 10, 2014 5:00 p.m.

The nomination period is over and the candidates list for Keremeos, the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen, and School District 53 are complete.

The candidate’s lists are as follows:

 

Municipality of Keremeos

Mayor Candidates

Manfred Bauer – Incumbent

Martin Menzies

 

Councillors

Arlene Arlow-  Incumbent

Ted Douglas

Jeremy Evans – Incumbent

Gary Johnson

Sherry Philpott- Adhikary

Bob Thurston

Jason Wiebe

 

Regional District Okanagan Similkameen

Area “B”

George Bush-  Incumbent

Area”D”

Tom Siddon – Incumbent

Alan Whitman

Area “G”

Angelique Wood – Incumbent

Elef Christensen

 

School District 53

Rachel Allenbrand

Myrna Coates – Incumbent

Sam Hancheroff – Incumbent

June Harrington –  Incumbent

Debbie Marten – Incumbent

Cory-lee Mills

Marieze TarrIncumbent

Robert Zandee – Incumbent

 

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