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Where they live: Downtown Penticton popular neighbourhood for municipal candidates

Where do Penticton's municipal election candidates reside? Some don't live in the city they hope to represent.
October 19, 2018 - 1:30 PM

PENTICTON - Knowing where the Penticton municipal election candidates live may not be a critical issue to many residents, but it may factor in some voters' decision at the ballot box given the number of people running for mayor and council.

As part of our election coverage iNFOnews.ca asked all the candidates which neighbourhood they call home.

It appears the most popular neighbourhood for candidates in this year's election is the city's core, with two mayoral candidates and four council candidates claiming the downtown area as their place of residence, while two mayoral candidates and one council candidate call outlying communities home.

Here's a breakdown of where the candidates currently live, at least those who responded to our question:

Downtown

James Blake (mayoral candidate)

Andrew Jakubeit (mayoral candidate)

Doug Maxwell

Max Picton

Kevin Proteau

Frank Regehr

South Main

Katie Robinson

Connie Sahlmark

Dominic Wheeler (mayoral candidate)

Main Street North

Glenn Clark

Daryl Clarke

Jake Kimberley

Marie Prior

Valleyview/Wiltse

John Vassilaki (mayoral candidate)

Uplands

Campbell Watt

Okanagan Falls

Jukka Laurio (mayoral candidate)

Naramata

Julius Bloomfield

Jason Cox (mayoral candidate)

Jesse Martin

Candidates who didn't respond to question:

John Archer 

Duffy Baker

Karen Brownlee

Christopher Evison

Joe Frocklage

Isaac Gilbert

Lynn Kelsey

David O’Brien

Christopher Millin

Darryl Sanders

Judy Sentes

 

Municipal election day is  Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.


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