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How to vote in the Langford election

How to vote in the Langford election

We'll walk you through the who, how, what, and when, and help you make a plan to vote.
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If you're not already registered, you can still register at the polls.

What are you voting on?

Mayor

The Mayor leads Council, and is the head of municipal government.

They direct municipal officers on behalf of Council, represent Council at ceremonies and in meetings with other organisations, and chair Council meetings as a voting member.

Council

City Council represents the short- and long-term interests of the community. Council votes on bylaws and resolutions on subjects such as:

  • Zoning and building permits (what can be built where)
  • Budgets (how the municipal government spends money it collects)
  • Regulatory matters
  • Municipal services, like the fire department or trash collection
  • Property taxes and other fees

You elect 6 councillors.

SD62 School Board

The SD62 School Board makes decisions to do with schools, like where resources will be spent, creating new programmes, and school policies. You elect 4 school board trustees.

Who are you voting for?

We'll help you decide with 3 easy steps!
Hey, we know Langford's candidate list is pretty long. But if you take it bit-by-bit (we'll help you through it!), you can find the candidates who best fit your worldview!

Step 1: Review the candidate profiles

Step 2: Shortlist the candidates you like as you go

Use the Add to shortlist button in the top-right of any profile.
Your shortlist stays on your device. Shortlisting is completely optional!

Step 3: Come back here and choose your picks

We'll show you your shortlist so you can pick who from it you'll vote for.

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Mayor

Stewart Young
Community First
Scott Peter Goodmanson
Independent
Dan Oickle
Independent

Your pick for Langford Mayor (up to 1)

Add candidates from your shortlist above. Your picks stay on your device.
#1

Council

Colby Harder
LangfordNOW
Keith Yacucha
LangfordNOW
Kimberley Guiry
LangfordNOW
Mark Morley
LangfordNOW
Mary Wagner
LangfordNOW
Lillian Szpak
Independent
Denise Blackwell
Independent
Shirley Ackland
Community First
Wendy Hobbs
Independent
Shannon Russell Willing
Community First
Matt Sahlstrom
Community First
Lanny Seaton
Community First
Norma Stewart
Community First
Roger Wade
Community First

Your picks for Langford Council (up to 6)

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#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6

SD62 School Board

Cendra Beaton
Independent
Mary P. Brooke
Independent
Russ Chipps
Independent
Dominque Jacobs
Independent
Christine Lervold
Independent
Ravi Parmar
Independent
Trudy Spiller
Independent

Your picks for SD62 School Board (up to 4)

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#1
#2
#3
#4

When and where will you vote?

There are 2 ways left to vote this election. Which will you choose?

At advance polls

Oct 5, Oct 12
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You can vote on any of these days:

Wed, Oct 5, 8am - 8pm

Council Chambers, 3rd Floor
877 Goldstream Ave
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Wed, Oct 12, 8am - 8pm

Council Chambers, 3rd Floor
877 Goldstream Ave
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On election day, Oct 15

At 3 locations
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When: October 15, from 8am to 8pm
Happy Valley Elementary School
3291 Happy Valley Rd
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Millstream Elementary School
626 Hoylake Rd
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Ruth King Elementary School
2764 Jacklin Rd
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Why we're asking you to spread the word

If we want to keep our democracy, we have to use it, even when what we're voting on is (seemingly) really small and local. Municipal elections have a pitifully low turnout... But you — and the people you know — can change that!

Your plan to vote

How

When

Where

What to bring

2 pieces of ID, proving who you are and where you live:

  • At least 1 piece should have your residential address
  • At least 1 piece should have your signature

If neither piece of ID has your address, you may make a solemn declaration instead.

If you're registered to vote, one piece of government-issued photo ID will do instead.

Be on the safe side: Bring extra ID if you can.
Examples of acceptable ID
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  • BC Driver’s Licence
  • BC Identification Card
  • BC Care Card or BC Gold Care Card
  • BC Services Card with or without a photo
  • Vehicle insurance papers
  • Social Insurance Number Card
  • Citizenship Card
  • Property tax notice
  • Credit card or debit card
  • Utility bill

Your pick for Langford Mayor

Stewart Young Community First Langford
Scott Peter Goodmanson
Dan Oickle

Your picks for Langford Council

Colby Harder LangfordNOW
Keith Yacucha LangfordNOW
Kimberley Guiry LangfordNOW
Mark Morley LangfordNOW
Mary Wagner LangfordNOW
Lillian Szpak
Denise Blackwell
Shirley Ackland Community First Langford
Wendy Hobbs
Shannon Russell Willing Community First Langford
Matt Sahlstrom Community First Langford
Lanny Seaton Community First Langford
Norma Stewart Community First Langford
Roger Wade Community First Langford

Your picks for SD62 School Board

Cendra Beaton
Mary P. Brooke
Russ Chipps
Dominque Jacobs
Christine Lervold
Ravi Parmar
Trudy Spiller

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