Election 2014: See who’s running for mayor, councillor and school trustee

City of Surrey: Videos and statements are now posted on Surrey's website.

With less than one month to go until the 2014 Municipal Elections, the City of Surrey has updated its elections website with candidate profiles to provide voters with the information they need to make informed decisions on Nov. 15. Information is available at www.surrey.ca/elections

In total there are seven mayoral candidates, 35 councillor candidates and 23 school trustee candidates running for office in Surrey. Each candidate profile includes a photo, short video and/or profile summary highlighting the candidate’s:

• Most important issues they will address if they are elected.

• Background, experience and what makes them qualified for the position.

• Contact information, including how to connect with them (email, campaign website, Twitter and Facebook accounts).

Additionally, the elections website has been updated with information about voting locations, advanced voting days, and all-candidate forums and debates.

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