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Election Connection: Williams Lake and 100 Mile House

Depending on where you go in the Cariboo-Chilcotin, the civic elections are either hotly-contested or a shoe-in.

In Williams Lake there are 14 people eyeing the city's six council seats, and three people  fighting for the mayor's chair.

But just south of there, in 100 Mile House, there's no contest for council positions. Two people are running for mayor.

Daybreak's Christina Low took a look at the civic races in both those communities.

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