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Vote for Cycling on November 19

Please vote and encourage 10 of your friends to vote in the civic elections on November 19th. Phone them, text them, email them, buy them brunch or dinner or for that special friend, invite them on a vote date. Nothing says love like voting for improved cycling and safety.

Go to your city’s web site to find out more about where and when to vote.

Several BCCC member cycling organizations have done an excellent job of surveying candidates on cycling issues.

Metro Vancouver
The Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition (VACC) has surveyed candidates in Metro Vancouver and placed the results at:
http://vacc.bc.ca/content/news

Greater Victoria
The Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition has prepared a great website on candidates cycling positions around the region:
http://gvcc.bc.ca/2011VictoriaMunicipalElection.html

Abbotsford
The Abbotsford Cycling Action Group (ACAG) has posted survey results for cycling and other issues at:
http://abbotsfordmatters.blogspot.com/

Comox
The Comox Valley Cycling Coalition has posted candidate surveys for Comox here:
http://cyclecv.squarespace.com/candidate-question-2011-comox/

Courtney
The Comox Valley Cycling Coalition has posted candidate surveys for Courtney here:

Conservation Voters of BC
The Conservation Voters of BC have endorsed candidates around BC including long-time BCCC members and champions of cycling David Cubberley who is running for Mayor of Saanich and Victoria Councillor John Luton.
http://conservationvoters.ca/bc-municipal-election-2011

Other Candidate Surveys?
Please let us know in the comment section if there are any other candidate cycling surveys or information that you would like included.

Get Your Vote on encourages young people to vote:
http://www.getyourvoteon.ca/

Election Updates
Follow the BCCC on Twitter and Facebook for ongoing election coverage:
http://twitter.com/bccycle
http://www.facebook.com/bccycle


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2 Comments

  1. Posted November 17, 2011 at 9:13 am | Permalink

    the Comox Valley Cycling Coalition (CVCCo) at cyclecv.squarespace.com has asked candidates in Courtenay and Comox their views. The replies have been posted as they were recieved.

  2. Posted November 17, 2011 at 9:48 am | Permalink

    Thanks anjin12. I've added Courtney and Comox to the post.