Langley Township and City: Who’s running?

 

Township voters will choose one mayor, eight councillors and five school board trustees.

Township mayor

Jack Froese

Rick Green

Serena Oh

Councillors

Petrina Arnason

Karl Buchanan

Solon Bucholtz

David Davis

Bev Dornan

Zosia Ettenberg

Steve Ferguson

Charlie Fox

Mel Kositsky

Clint Lee

Patricia Lessard

Bob Long

Jackie Mandzak

Kevin Mitchell

Scott Nichols

Angie Quaale

Kim Richter

Kerri Ross

Michelle Sparrow

Dave Stark

Grant Ward

Blair Whitmarsh

School trustees

Lorraine Baldwin

Lawrence Chen

Pamela-Rose Combs

Megan Dykeman

Trudy Handel

Kristine Ketter

Alison McVeigh

Lisa Moore

Suzanne Perreault

Rod Ross

David Tod

Rosemary Wallace

 

City residents will choose a mayor, five councillors and two school board trustees from these contenders.

City mayor

Randy Caine

Ray Lewis

Ted Schaffer

Councillor

Ron Abgrall

Paul Albrecht

Jack Arnold

Dave Hall

Christine MacIntosh

Miriam Marshall

Gayle Martin

Sharon Newbery

Nathan Pachal

Carla Robin

Rudy Storteboom

Val van den Broek

School trustee

Candy Ashdown

Shelley Coburn

Robert McFarlane

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