And now there are a dozen

NEWS/ CIVIC ELECTION 2014 — A dozen candidates have so far filed their papers for the eight Kamloops City council seats. With a week left until the close of nominations, here are the 12 who have filed:

(City of Kamloops website)

(City of Kamloops website)

Nancy Bepple, Bob Dieno, Dieter Dudy, Donovan Cavers, Nelly Dever, Tanja Hasler, Peter Kerek, Andrews Miller, Cheryl Phippen, Peter Sharp, Marg Spina and Pat Wallace.

Peter Milobar and James Benjamin have filed for mayor.

These candidates have filed papers for City seats on the Kamloops-Thompson school board: Michael Carroll, Kathleen Karpuk, Don Kitt, Barbara M. Morin, Joe Small and Christine Watson.

Several other candidates have declared their intention to run but haven’t yet filed.

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2 Comments on And now there are a dozen

  1. ….and where is Mike O’Reilly ……Was he missed? Did he pull out ?…you did a pretty good article on him in the September 15, 2014 issue.

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