YOUR OPPORTUNITY – AND RESPONSIBILITY – TO VOTE
To aid voters, B’nai Brith is providing the links to recent news stories which give details on candidates’ positions on a wide range of issues. Additional newsworthy items will be added to this section prior to the October 15 election.
Vancouver’s Ballot for Mayor does not appear in alphabetical order. Candidates position on the ballot is by random draw. Here is the order that was drawn to list candidates’ names:
Candidates for Mayor
(One to be elected)
50 SHOTTHA, SatwantVancouver) 64 MARISSEN, Mark (Progress Vancouver)51 STEWART, Kennedy (Forward with Kennedy Stewart) 52 POPAT, Imtiaz 53 HARDWICK, Colleen (TEAM) 54 BROWN, Leona 55 RAUNET, Françoise 56 VILLEGAS, Lewis 57 CHAN, Ping 58 HARDING, Fred 傅爱德 (NPA) 59 HANSEN, Mike 60 CHARMLEY, Ryan 61 BUDAY, Gölök Z 62 TETI, Dante 63 SIM, Ken (ABC
B’nai Brith’s web site focuses on candidates who were shown by public polling to have support of more than 5%.
But campaigns can change public perceptions. B’nai Brith is accordingly providing information on some of the other candidates to aid readers have a fuller comprehension. Some candidates do not have a web site or social media and have not been reported in any recent news stories.
Additional newsworthy items will be added to this section prior to the October 15 election.