It’s official – 20 names on the ballot for the municipal election

It’s official.

Nominations for the October 20 municipal election closed at 4 p.m. Friday.

Princeton voters will choose from four candidates for mayor, and there are sixteen hopefuls to fill four council seats.

Area H director Bob Coyne is acclaimed to his seat on the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen.

Princeton Mayor Frank Armitage is running for a second term, challenged by Spencer Coyne, Leona Guerster and Jim Manion.

All of the present town councillors have entered a bid for another four years; Rosemary Doughty, Kim Maynard, Doug Pateman and Jerome Tjerkstra.

They are joined on the ballot by Bruce Barth, Neal Dangerfield, Gino Del-Ciotto, George Elliott, Nicholas (Nick) Goreas, Barb Gould, Randy McLean, Lorraine Morosse, Chris Obey, Barry Ovington, Michal (Mike) Stafford and Tyler Willis.

The Spotlight has featured candidates as they declared their intentions to run, beginning in January.

All remaining candidates will be profiled over the next two to three weeks, and election specials will be published October 11 and 18.

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