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Researcher helps voters weed through civic candidates

Are you struggling to decide who to vote for in the upcoming civic elections on Nov. 19th? You're not alone. In Kelowna there are 5 people vying for the mayors chair, 40 for the eight councillors positions and 14 for the four school trustee positions.

When you have that many people running for office, how do you choose?

Sherril Guthrie may have the answer. She's a research consultant in Abbotsford who has been looking at municipal politics for years. Now, she's developed an evaluation tool to weed out unqualified candidates.

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You can print off a copy of her BC Candidate Evaluation Guide for Voters below:

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