Currently these are the first three Nominees who are listed on the Town of Shelburne Website as running mates in Shelburne’s 2018 Elections. The last day to vote will be October 22, 2018. What seems like a long way off, may in fact sneak up on voters this voting season. There is always a lot to know about the candidates you choose to vote for. Keep watch as the Shelburne Freelancer will be providing as many interviews as possible to help keep Shelburnites well informed. With Shelburne’s growth in mind, this particular election is very important. More than ever before, Shelburnites will want to vote for a candidate they can rely on, one who will act in the people’s best interest. With important issues pending, current Council members are facing dramatic changes ahead with every decision made on growth, and the controversial Police Station VS Police Costing issues. Some current development proposals will be carried over and dealt with by newly elected officials and their decisions will have a paramount impact on Shelburne future. be sure to visit the Town of Shelburne Website and make certain you are registered to vote.
(Above)Mayor Ken Bennington was first to throw in his hat and become committed to running for re-election as Mayor of Shelburne.
Next Up: (Above)Local business women and Entrepreneur, Owner Of ACCE Photography, Althea Casamento will be running for a position on Town Council.
(Above)Third to enter the race is one of Shelburne’s current Town Councillors, Dan Sample who will be running for the Deputy Mayor Position currently held by Deputy Mayor Geoff Dunlop.
What’s NEW? Be sure to make sure you are registered to vote. The process will be taking place online this year. visit the Town of Shelburne Website to find out more.