Surrey election

Doug McCallum is Surrey’s mayor once again. (Now-Leader file photo)                                Doug McCallum is Surrey’s mayor once again. (Now-Leader file photo)

Surrey’s mayor-elect McCallum has big promises to keep

From estimated 337, 289 eligible voters in Surrey, 109,791 votes were cast for 32.5 per cent turnout

 

Surrey First’s mayoral candidate Tom Gill took to the stage to concede the mayoral race to former mayor Doug McCallum on Oct. 17. (Photo: Amy Reid)

THE DEFEAT: Tom Gill concedes to Doug McCallum in Surrey mayoral race

Only one Surrey First candidate, Linda Annis, has been elected to city council

 

Doug McCallum is Surrey’s mayor once again. (Now-Leader file photo)

THE VICTORY: Doug McCallum is Surrey’s mayor once again

Safe Surrey Coalition has huge night, taking all of city council but one seat

 

Surrey City Hall. (Now-Leader file photo)

The polls are closed – so how are Surrey’s candidates feeling?

Eight mayoral candidates gearing up to find out the election results

Surrey City Hall. (Now-Leader file photo)
In Newton, Cliff and Marlene Heatley (left) stand outside the voting place at W.E. Kinvig Elementary with their neighbour, Frank Lucia, early Saturday afternoon. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

‘The numbers are strong,’ Surrey’s chief election officer says

Civic election voting places will remain open until 8 p.m. tonight

In Newton, Cliff and Marlene Heatley (left) stand outside the voting place at W.E. Kinvig Elementary with their neighbour, Frank Lucia, early Saturday afternoon. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
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Surrey’s current City Hall is in City Centre. Surrey was incorporated as a city on Sept. 11, 1993. (Photo: Now-Leader file)

A timeline of Surrey’s civic election history

Quick, which year did White Rock separate from Surrey to become its own municipality?

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Surrey’s current City Hall is in City Centre. Surrey was incorporated as a city on Sept. 11, 1993. (Photo: Now-Leader file)
OUR VIEW: Don’t be accurs’d, Surrey – get out and vote!

OUR VIEW: Don’t be accurs’d, Surrey – get out and vote!

Alas, the shame you will feel, for shirking your civic duty, for letting others carry your weight

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OUR VIEW: Don’t be accurs’d, Surrey – get out and vote!
One could argue civic elections are more important than their federal and provincial counterparts, yet voter turnout is historically lower at the municipal level. With Surrey’s election just hours away, we find out why that might be. (File photo)

Voting by the numbers: Why do civic elections draw the fewest voters?

Academics shed some light on why voter turnout for municipal elections is historically so low

One could argue civic elections are more important than their federal and provincial counterparts, yet voter turnout is historically lower at the municipal level. With Surrey’s election just hours away, we find out why that might be. (File photo)
5 races to watch in B.C.’s municipal elections today

5 races to watch in B.C.’s municipal elections today

This year’s election results across more than 160 cities in B.C. will start pouring in after polls close Saturday at 8 p.m.

5 races to watch in B.C.’s municipal elections today
(Editorial cartoon by Patrick LaMontagne)

BUCHOLTZ: The power of democracy is exemplified elsewhere

If democracy is resilient and powerful in Sierra Leone, it most certainly can be the same in Surrey

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(Editorial cartoon by Patrick LaMontagne)
Surrey voter are heading to the polls today. (Now-Leader file photo)

10 things to know before voting in Surrey today

Voting stations throughout Surrey are open until 8 p.m. today

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Surrey voter are heading to the polls today. (Now-Leader file photo)
After months of campaigning, Surrey heads to the polls today. (Black Press file photo)

ELECTION DAY: Polls close in Surrey as voters await results

There were more than 50 places to cast your vote in Surrey today

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After months of campaigning, Surrey heads to the polls today. (Black Press file photo)
Surrey Chief Electoral Officer Anthony Capuccinello Iraci. (Photo by Tom Zytaruk)

Surrey’s chief election officer assures voters integrity of elections process is intact

Wake Up Surrey has lodged complaint with RCMP about vote buying, misuse of absentee ballots

Surrey Chief Electoral Officer Anthony Capuccinello Iraci. (Photo by Tom Zytaruk)