Election guidelines for Keremeos Review candidates

Candidates wishing editorial space in the Review are asked to observe a few guidelines for submitting editorial content

  • Sep. 22, 2014 11:00 a.m.

In an effort to provide candidates running in this fall’s municipal election with equal exposure in the Review, we ask that candidates follow these guidelines:

– limit self written submissions to 500 words or less. Alternatively, candidates can call the editor at the Review (250-499-2653) and arrange for an interview where a series of standardized questions will be asked relating to the candidates’ experience and history, their reasons for candidacy, and the issues they perceive will make the election campaign. We will run a photo of each individual candidate, who may supply their own photo or arrange to have us take one.

At the Review, we are anticipating at this time a large turnout of candidates at the village level. Anyone wishing to submit their information, or wishing to schedule an interview, should do so as soon as possible, in order for us to ensure everyone gets as equal and fair amount of editorial exposure.


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