Following a busy nomination day on September 18, the City of Leduc is facing an exciting Mayor’s race with three worthy candidates to select from, as well as an impressive slate of 14 council candidates. According to Sandra Davis, Chief Returning Officer for the City of Leduc, there has been a “great deal of interest” in the community about this vote as a result of popular incumbent mayor, Greg Krischke, not seeking re-election.
The trio vying for Mayor includes council incumbents Dave MacKenzie and Bob Young as well as well-known newcomer, Donna Tona. With two council stalwarts in the Mayor’s race and council veteran, Dana Smith not seeking re-election this time around, this means half of the six available council seats up for grabs will be filled by newcomers. The list of council nominees includes:
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2017 Leduc City Council Nominees
To be eligible to vote in the Leduc municipal election on Monday, October 16, you must a Canadian citizen at least 18 years old, lived in Alberta for a minimum of six months and are a resident of Leduc as of the day of the election. Identification will be needed to cast a ballot. (Click here to review the list of acceptable forms of ID.)