Get to know Richmond’s election candidates at these 2 public meetings

So far, two all-candidates meetings are scheduled before the Oct. 20 election.

Two community organizations in Richmond have come forward to host all-candidates meetings, allowing the public to get to know the candidates and decide who to vote for.

Richmond’s civic election is just over a month away, and there are six mayoral candidates, 30 city councillor candidates and 26 school trustee candidates that have put their name forward.

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So far, the Richmond Centre for Disability and Richmond Poverty Response Committee have announced they’re co-hosting an all-candidates meeting for city council and mayoral hopefuls at the Minoru Place Seniors Centre on Oct. 2 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The topic will be social justice on the local stage.

The Steveston Community Society is hosting another all-candidates meeting at the Steveston Community Centre on Oct. 17 at 7 p.m.

Details about where and when all-candidates meetings are being held are available on the City of Richmond’s website

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