Neighbouring municipalities see large numbers of candidates

MORRISBURG – Several election battles are taking place in South Dundas’ neighbouring municipalities.

In Edwardsburgh-Cardinal, three are vying for the mayor’s chair. Incumbent mayor Pat Sayeau faces challengers David Dobbie and Philip Parent.

Dwane Crawford and Tory Deschamps are running for deputy-mayor.

A total of eight candidates are running for the three wards in that township.

North Dundas will have a new mayor as two-term mayor Eric Duncan did not run for re-election.

Current deputy-mayor Gerry Boyce is running against councillor Tony Fraser to replace Duncan.

Allan Armstrong is running against Brad Pinch for the deputy-mayor position.

Seven are running for the three council seats, elected at large.

South Stormont has a three-way race for mayor, with current deputy-mayor Tammy Hart, former mayor Bryan McGillis, and newcomer Christopher Bonneville nominated.

Current councillors David Smith and Richard Waldorf are in the running for the deputy-mayor position, while nine are running for the three available council seats.

Municipal voters across the province go to the polls October 22nd.

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