The Chilliwack Progress is asking its readers to weigh in with their top election issues.

Testing the waters to see which election issues are making waves

The Progress is asking its readers to weigh in on which election issues matter most to them

The Chilliwack Progress will be testing the waters in the coming weeks to see what’s making waves with the upcoming local elections.

Feedback and opinions will be sought periodically from Progress readers, through questions on the Progress Facebook page, to narrow down which election issues are shaping up to be most pivotal for Chilliwack leading up to the Oct. 20 voting day.

READ MORE: Do a little research

The election campaign is already chock-a-block with numerous candidates for both city council, mayor, and school board as the nomination period is ending at 4 p.m. on Sept. 14.

Progress reporters have been loading up the website with all the election info that voters need before they vote.

READ MORE: Our ELECTION section rocks

You can find the special ELECTION section as a clickable option from the home page above the name, THE CHILLIWACK PROGRESS at

There are candidate profiles, election issues, as well as key campaign information.


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