Municipal elections in British Columbia fall within the jurisdiction of the province. This year, all Mayors, Councillors and School Trustees will be elected for a four-year term. To find out more information about Elections in BC, please visit the Elections BC website.
2014 Municipal Election
A local general election will be held Nov. 15, 2014 at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre (325 Power St.) and polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Residents will choose the members of the elected council that governs the City, including one mayor, six councillors, and four school board trustees.
The City of Penticton's preliminary 2014 civic election results are as follows:
- Andrew Jakubeit 5,126 votes
- Helena Konanz 3,626 votes
- Andre Martin 3,090 votes
- Max Picton 4,251 votes
- Tarik Sayeed 2,786 votes
- Judy Sentes 2,890 votes
- Campbell Watt 3,925 votes
- Bill Bidlake 4,224 votes
- Shelley Clarke 3,381 votes
- Bruce Johnson 4,072 votes
- Barb Sheppard 3,870 votes
For full vote details, please refer to this spreadsheet [PDF - 36 KB].
The 2014 by-election had 8,424 ballots cast.Successful candidates will make the oath of office during a swearing-in ceremony on Dec. 1.
The nomination period has closed, and the candidate list [PDF - 1.3 MB] has been announced. Want to contact a candidate? Here is a Candidate Contact List [PDF - 48 KB] featuring available phone numbers, email addresses, websites and social media links.
An archive of past election documentation is below for the years that are available: