Cariboo -Prince George NDP Candidate to Be Named Tonight
Prince George, B.C. -The last of three ballots in three different communities will take place this evening in Prince George, and when it’s all done, it will be known who will represent the Federal New Democrats in the election.
Voting started Saturday in Williams Lake, then ballots were cast in Quesnel on Sunday.
As 250News reported on the weekend, New Democrat Party members have to show up to cast a ballot. Voting in Prince George starts at 7:30 this evening at the United Steelworkers building on 3rd Avenue.
Members must register to vote between 5:30 and 6:30 tonight with speeches from all candidates to follow.
Once the Prince George ballots have been cast, the ballots from all three communities will be counted, and the winner will be announced.
The candidates are Debora Munoz, Trent Derrick and Laura Zimmerman.
The other declared candidates in the riding are Conservative Todd Doherty, Liberal Tracy Calogheros, Richard Jacques of the Green Party, independent Sheldon Clare and Adam de Kroon of the Christian Heritage Party.