Two running for mayor, 17 for council

WHITE ROCK – With nomination period now closed, White Rock voters officially have two mayoral candidates and 17 potential councillors to choose from come election day.


Incumbent Wayne Baldwin will face newcomer David Bradshaw for the mayor’s chair.


Looking to land one of six councillor positions are Cliff


Annable (White Rock Coalition), Al Campbell (incumbent), David Chesney, Helen Fathers (incumbent), Doug Hart (White Rock Coalition), Ross Haugland, Mike Hornak, Sheila Hunter-Tubic, Megan Knight (White Rock Coalition), Bill Lawrence (incumbent, White Rock Coalition), Dennis Lypka, Grant Meyer (incumbent,


White Rock Coalition), Pat Petrala, Darcy Sangster, Lynne Sinclair (White Rock Coalition), Cary van Zanten and Margaret Woods.


After taking the summer to weigh her options, Coun. Louise Hutchinson will not be running again and with the passing of the late Coun. Larry Robinson, there will now be at least two spots to fill on council even if all incumbents are re-elected.


Finally, longtime school trustee Laurae McNally has won her seat on the Surrey Board of Education through acclamation.


The 2014 civic election takes place Nov. 15.


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