2018 Local Government Election

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In B.C. General Local Elections are held every four years. In the City of Langley, these include the election of a Mayor and six Councillors to City Council and the election of two School Trustees to the Board of School District No.35. Elections are conducted according to the rules and regulations set out in the Local Government Act, the Community Charter and the School Act

 

2018 Local Government Election

 

The next scheduled General Voting Day is October 20, 2018

Important Dates
January 1 to September 21, 2018 Election Period
September 4 to 14, 2018 Nomination Period
September 22 to October 20, 2018 Campaign Period
October 9, 2018 Advance Voting Opportunity - 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                          Timms Community Centre
October 10, 2018 Advance Voting Opportunity - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm                                          Timms Community Centre
October 11, 2018 Advance Voting Opportunity - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm                                         Timms Community Centre
October 17, 2018 Advance Voting Opportunity - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm                                         Timms Community Centre
October 18, 2018 Special Voting Opportunity - Evergreen Hall 8:30 am to 11:30 am            (residents only)
October 18, 2018 Special Voting Opportunity - Seniors Resource Centre 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm  (members only)
October 20, 2018 General Voting Day - Nicomekl Elementary School 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
January 18, 2019 Financial disclosure statement filing deadline
2014 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTION RESULTS & CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS
  Advance/Special General Machine 1 General Machine 2 Total Votes
MAYOR        
Ted Schaffer 562 1192 1027 2781

Randy Caine

Ray Lewis

145

110

334

234

288

214

767

558

         
COUNCILLOR        
Dave Hall 412 916 844 2172
Val van den Broek 339 803 722 1864
Rudy Storteboom 377 784 695 1856
Gayle Martin 398 783 670 1851
Paul Albrecht 368 753 617 1738
Jack Arnold 328 660 611 1599
Nathan Pachal 305 661 562 1528
Sharon Newbery 306 628 559 1493
Miriam Marshall 261 641 561 1463
Carla Robin 267 593 543 1403
Christine MacIntosh 271 472 421 1164
Ron Abgrall 123 261 206 590
         
SCHOOL TRUSTEE        
Robert McFarlane 402 945 835 2182
Shelley Coburn 413 926 805 2144
Candy Ashdown 369 717 642 1728

 CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS

2014 Candidate and Campaign Organizer Financial Disclosure Statements are available for viewing on the Elections BC website.

Provincial and Federal Elections
Provincial Election

When is the next provincial election?

No information at this time.

If a person registers for the federal election are they automatically registered for the provincial election?

No, residents need to register with Elections BC to get on the provincial voters list, which is used by municipalities for the municipal election. Contact Elections BC at 1-800-661-8683 or register online at http://www.elections.bc.ca

Federal Election

When is the Federal General Election?

The next fixed election date is October 21, 2019. The Chief Electoral Officer may recommend an alternate day for a fixed-date general election if the date set for polling is not suitable for that purpose.

That said, the Canada Elections Act does not prevent a general election from being called at another date.

General elections are called when, on the advice of the Prime Minister, the Governor General dissolves Parliament. The Governor in Council (the Governor General, acting on the advice of Cabinet) sets the date of the election.

How do I register for the Federal Election?

Call Elections Canada 1-800-463-6868 or visit their website at http://www.elections.ca

Who is eligible to vote in the federal election?

A Canadian citizen must be 18 or older on Election Day and are registered to vote.

Am I registered to vote in the Federal Election?

If you are registered to vote you should receive a voter information card in the mail. If you do not get a voter information card contact Elections Canada.