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A District 60 school trustee, two Fort St. John City Councilors, and the Mayor of Chetwynd have now all confirmed they’ve entered the race for the provincial Liberal Party nomination, in the Peace River North Constitutency.

Linda Sewell, Lori Ackerman, Dan Davies and Evan Saugstad, have filed papers, seeking the grit nomination, in the riding left vacant, folllowing the appointment of former provincial Energy Minister, Richard Neufeld, to the federal senate.

The three Fort St. John candidates have all talked to us about what they see as their candidate credentials and objectives… and, here’s part of what they had to say in surname alphabetical order…. [asset|aid=903|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=919b678e3272095990498f3840f9ff1c-Ackerman-Davies-Sewell_1_Pub.mp3]

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Responsibility for the Peace River North riding has been temporarily handed to the Peace River South MLA and, new Energy Minister, Blair Lekstom, until the May election.

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