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Expense limits set for candidates in PG’s October elections

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October 15th is election day in Prince George for both the City Council, as well as the Board of Trustees in School District 57.

Elections BC has laid out the limits on how much candidates can spend on their campaigns.

If you’re looking to become Mayor in PG, you can spend up to $55,922.34 for your campaign.

Anyone eyeing the seat of a City Councillor will have their expense limit set to $28,297.80.

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We’re still a ways off from election day, but nomination packages will be available in July, mail ballot applications will be available in August, with the nomination period beginning on August 30th and running to Sept. 9th.

Campaigns can begin on Sept.17th, and can run until the big day.

Candidates for the school board’s trustee positions will be allowed to spend up to $32,547.30 in PG, but are limited to $5,398.92 in Mackenzie and McBride.

The City of Prince George is looking for people to work the 2022 election, and applications will be accepted until August 31st.

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