Votes cast at advance polls

Although the municipal election is not until Saturday, some have already cast their ballots for council and school trustee candidates.

Although the municipal election is still a couple of days away, some Summerlanders have already cast their ballots for council and school trustee candidates.

Advance polls were held on Nov. 9 and Nov. 16 at municipal hall.

At the Nov. 9 poll, 383 ballots were cast. The figures for the Nov. 16 advance voting were not known by press time.

Results of the advance polls may not be released until all voting has been completed.

Municipal clerk Maureen Fugeta said the numbers at the advance polls are comparable to the 2008 election when 684 people attended two days of advance polling.

The election will be held on Saturday, Nov. 19 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Giant’s Head School and Summerland Secondary School.

The results of the election will be presented at municipal hall at 8:15 that evening. The presentation of the results is open to the public.

The official results will also be available online as soon as the votes have been tallied on Saturday evening.

 

Just Posted

After delays, Ighani presents no evidence

Afshin Maleki Ighani trail adjourned to Jan. 6

Penticton Salvation Army aims to raise $140,000 through 2019 Christmas Kettle Campaign

The campaign launches today in Summerland, Penticton, Oliver and Keremeos

Wharton Street in Summerland open for traffic once again

Road closure had been in place for past five months for upgrade work

Penticton Fire Department urging caution with decorations

The Penticton Fire Department wants people to be careful with indoor and outdoor decorations

Penticton woman remembered as ‘kind and caring’

Lynn Kalmring’s life was one of caring and campassion for others as a person and as a nurse

Get your head out of clouds, North Okanagan

Fall fog sticks around all day in northern portion of valley

Highway 97 in Lake Country reopens after police incident near Airport Inn

Traffic was backed up on the highway for several hours

Canucks erupt with 5 power-play goals in win over Nashville

Vancouver ends three-game slide with 6-3 triumph over Predators

65-million-year-old triceratops makes its debut in Victoria

Dino Lab Inc. is excavating the fossilized remains of a 65-million-year-old dinosaur

B.C. widow suing health authority after ‘untreatable’ superbug killed her husband

New Public Agency Health report puts Canadian death toll at 5,400 in 2018

Changes to B.C. building code address secondary suites, energy efficiency

Housing Minister Selina Robinson says the changes will help create more affordable housing

Security guard at Kamloops music festival gets three years for sexually assaulting concertgoer

Shawn Christopher Gray walked the woman home after she became seperated from her friends, court heard

Most Read