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All Candidates’ meetings coming up

Thirty-seven candidates have come forward to have their names stand for election to County council.

Watch this space for meeting and event notices.

Sept. 18 – Picton Rotary mayoral candidates meeting

Sept. 24 – Rednersville Road Womens’ Institute Rednersville Women’s Institute is hosting a Ward 4 All-Candidates’ meeting at Kente Public School gym 6:30pm – 9pm. There will be a question time available.

SEPT 26All-Candidates’ Meeting for Athol and South Marysburgh wards Wednesday, Sept. 26 beginning at 7 p.m. at the Milford Town Hall.
Presented by the South Shore Joint Initiative.

Oct. 3 – Candidate’s Meet and Greet from 6-7 pm at The Picton Library (208 Main St., Picton)

OCT 3 – Mayoral Candidates – The Prince Edward County Chamber of Commerce will host a mayoral candidate’s meeting Wedneday, Oct. 3 at the Regent Theatre, Picton. Doors open at 6:30pm for a meet and greet with the questions beginning at 7pm.

Oct. 4 – Can School Board Trustees Make Real Change? Thursday, October 4, 6:30pm at Carbon Art and Design 281 B Main Street Picton, Ontario (behind the County Canteen) Participants include candidates running in South Prince Edward, Belleville/Thurlow, and Quinte West wards.

Oct. 4 – Builders’ Association mayoral candidates meeting

OCT 11 – The Picton Business Improvement Association will be holding an All- Candidates’ Meeting for the Picton Ward Thursday, Oct. 11 from 7pm-9pm at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church located at 31 King Street. The six Picton Ward candidates will have an opportunity to introduce themselves, respond to two prepared questions from the BIA and then answer questions posed by members of the community. Everybody welcome.

Oct. 11 – The Bloomfield and Hallowell candidates will welcome questions at the Bloomfield United Church. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 7 p.m. (Use the entrance from the parking lot).

Oct. 11 – Wellington On The Lake residents all candidates meeting (councillors and mayoral) begins at 6:30 p.m.

Oct. 16 – North Marysburgh Recreation Centre hosting meet and greet for the three mayoral and two councillor candidates for the ward. All welcome. 7 p.m.

Oct 16 – Athol all-candidates’ meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Athol Town Hall, Cherry Valley.

Saturday, Oct. 13 to until Monday, Oct. 22 – is the time frame for internet voting.
Saturday, Oct. 13 – Advance voting date
Monday, Oct. 22 is voting day.
Saturday, Dec. 1 — New term of office begins

Click on the photographs to find out more information
about the candidates participating in this advertising feature.

CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR, PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

PICTON,  WARD 1

BLOOMFIELD/HALLOWELL WARD 2

WELLINGTON, WARD 3

AMELIASBURGH, WARD 4

ATHOL, WARD 5

SOPHIASBURGH, WARD 6 – Bill Roberts acclaimed

HILLIER, WARD 7

NORTH MARYSBURGH, WARD 8

SOUTH MARYSBURGH, WARD 9

 

 

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  1. Gary Mooney says:

    I’ve updated the All-Candidates survey to include reponses to the second three of nine issues questions.

    Click on the survey ad under the candidates thumbnail ads on the CountyLive home page or go to http://www.pec2018acs.wordpress.com.

  2. Gary Mooney says:

    It’s very worthwhile to attend all-candidates meetings to see how the candidate present themselves and their positions, and how they answer questions from electors.

    It will also be helpful to consult the comprehensive all-candidates survey that I have just released, with 35 of 37 candidates participating. It’s available at http://www.pec2018acs.wordpress.com

    The survey is in two parts: a profile of each candidate, and his/her views on nine important County issues. The profiles and responses to the first three issues questions are being published today (Sep. 26) with the remainder of the issues on Oct. 3 and Oct. 10.

    If you know nothing about the candidates, you can obtain enough information from the survey report to make informed decisions on voting.

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