It’s general voting day today for municipal elections across the Cariboo.
The election period will go from 8am until 8pm, where there will be a designated place to vote.
Residents looking to vote in 100 Mile House can vote at the Council Chambers, Williams Lake is the Marie Sharpe Elementary School, and Quesnel will have a choice of City Hall, Correlieu Secondary School, or Dragon Lake Elementary School.
As of 4:30pm in Quesnel, 1430 votes have cast between all three polling stations.
If you do plan on heading out to vote, be sure to bring a piece of ID with you. This can include a credit or debit card, citizenship card, BC drivers license and care card, and more.
The combined BC drivers license and care card will be considered as one piece of ID.
Lastly are the mayoral candidates running in the elections.
- Ron Paull
- David W Schile
- Bob Simpson
- Brian D Waters
- Walt L Cobb
- Kerry Cook
- Surinderpal Rathor
- Jason Ryll
100 Mile House will not have a mayoral election, as Maureen Pinkney is unopposed.
For more information on who’s running, you can visit the Civic Info BC website here.