Race for mayor only in Port Clements, lots of candidates elsewhere

  • Oct. 10, 2008 2:00 p.m.

There’s just one contest for mayor shaping up on the islands, with Gerry Johnson running against Cory Delves in Port Clements. In Queen Charlotte and Masset, the incumbent mayors will serve three more years, as they are uncontested. But there are robust races for council in all three communities, as well as for Area D, the Moresby Island Management Committee, and for school board.Nominations closed at 4 pm Friday. The election will be held Saturday, November 15.The candidates are as follows:MassetMayorBarry PagesFor councilSteve AlexanderIan Edwards Jr.Stephen GrosseBret JohnstonAndrew MerileesEd WoodeJason Major…Queen CharlotteMayorCarol KuleshaFor councilEric RossGreg MartinGladys NoddinKristen OlsenJeffrey GarrettWendy MaleskuLeslie Johnson…Port ClementsFor mayorCory DelvesGerry JohnsonFor councilWally Cheer Urs ThomasNaureen Hughes-McMullonCam TraplinGreg StewartJim Sherritt…Regional DistrictFor director, Area D Karen ChurchIan HetmanMichael MullerBradley SetsoDirector, Area ETravis GlasmanFor Moresby Island Management Committee Robert ChisholmGail HenryDon McNeiceGordon StevensBente SutherlandGordon UsherMandy Wesley…School BoardArea 1 (Old Massett)Ina BironLena WashingtonArea 2 (Masset, Tow Hill, Nadu)Sharon MatthewsValen AsherJana McLeodMelanie WoodArea 3 (Port, Tlell, Lawn Hill)Elizabeth CondrotteCheri KleidonRobert HitchcockArea 4 (Skidegate)Wayne WilsonArea 5 (Queen Charlotte, Sandspit)Christine Martynuik

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