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Candidate, polling information ahead of election day

Residents may still be looking for information on all 18 candidates before heading to the polls as the municipal election looms.

As advancing polling begins to wrap up, with the last day being Wednesday, voters will still get a chance to fill out a ballot will be able to on Monday.

Polls will be set up on election day at Mike’s Oilfield Fieldhouse or the Remax Fieldhouse at the Servus Sports Centre, or the Wild Rose Pavilion at the Lloyd Exh between 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Drive-thru voting is also taking place on at Bud Miller Park.

All 18 candidates were asked a variety of questions ahead of polling at the all-candidates forum on October 20th.

Questions touched on topics such as mandatory masks, Lloyd specific healthcare, tax cuts, emergency services, city expansion and economic development.

Out of the 18 candidates, the election features four incumbents with two previous council members, Stephanie Munro and Ken Baker, choosing not to run for a second term.

Voters will also decide the next board of trustees for the Lloydminster Public School Division.

All information surrounding the election can also be found on the City of Lloydminster’s website.

City Council candidates

Aaron Buckingham

Aftab Arif

Bill King

Charles Balenga

Cheryl Ross

Chris Carnell

Darrell Dunn

Dean Segberg

Glenn Fagnan

Jason Whiting

Jonathan Torresan

Lorelee Marin

Michael Diachuk

Rhiannon Greening

Sandy Barrett

Satish Patel

Shawn Davidson

Sheldon Weinrauch

LPSD Trustee candidates

Asad Gavahi Kashani

Cathy Cornet

Chrissy Gee

David Thompson

Georgina Veltikold

Karoline Kennedy

Melanie Mutter

Viren Tailor

 

About Tre Lopushinsky

Tre is the lead reporter/editor at Lloyd Connect. He is a NAIT Radio and Television alumni. Tre has experience in radio, audio production, video editing and news reporting. During his time at NAIT he worked as a sports editor for the college paper and was a commentator for NAIT Ooks Basketball and volleyball teams. Some residents may know him as being the "giant employee" in the community for the past two years. Tre, for some reason, hasn’t veered away from his childhood as he has a passion for collecting figures (not dolls!).

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