UPDATED: Here’s how to find Abbotsford candidates on social media

Abbotsford News list of local council and mayoral candidates’ social media presence

A 21st Century race for political office still involves door-knocking, sign waving and hand-shaking, but social media has also become a key way for candidates can interact with citizens in the attempt to win their vote.

But not all candidates are easy to find on social media – or use the same sites. Until voting day on Oct. 20, we will collect candidates’ social media outlets on this page in order to provide voters a convenient place to find pertinent information.

For our election hub, with links to all our other election-related coverage, click here.

MAYORAL CANDIDATES

Henry Braun (incumbent): Website;Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Trevor Eros: Twitter; Facebook

Moe Gill (current councillor): Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Eric Nyvall: Website; Twitter; Facebook

Gerda Peachey: Website; Twitter

Nadine Snow: Facebook

COUNCIL CANDIDATES

Jas Anand: Facebook; Instagram

Bruce Banman: Twitter; Facebook

Les Barkman (incumbent): Facebook

Sandy Blue (incumbent): Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Kelly Chahal (incumbent): Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Vince Dimanno: Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Brenda Falk (incumbent): Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Aird Flavelle: Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Harvey Jongsma: None

Dave Loewen (incumbent): Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram; LinkedIn

Harry Manocha: Facebook

Josh Reynolds: Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Paul Redekopp: Facebook; Instagram

Patricia Ross (incumbent): Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Dave Sidhu: Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Ross Siemens (incumbent): Website; Twitter; Facebook; Instagram

Lawrence G. Tilley: None

Dao Tran: Facebook

Are we missing something, or have we made an error? If so, email tolsen@abbynews.com.

NOTE: We have omitted personal Facebook pages that are not open to the public and Facebook and Twitter pages that have not been updated within the last year.

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