POLLS OPEN - Lacombe voters were at the Lacombe Memorial Centre for the 2017 Municipal Election. Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express

WATCH: Lacombe voters have until 8 p.m. to vote

Lacombe residents have been out voting throughout the day and can still do so until 8 p.m. MDT

Lacombe residents have been out voting throughout the day and can still do so until 8 p.m. MDT.

Candidates running for City Council include Wayne Armishaw, Don Gullekson, Reuben Konnik, Thalia Hibbs, Cora Hoekstra, Jonathan Jacobson, Wayne Rempel, Sandy (Pepper) Douglas, Chris Ross, Joyce M. Smith and W.J. (Bill) McQuesten.

Grant Creasey and Peter Bouwsema are both running for the mayor position left vacant by outgoing Mayor Steve Christie.

Eligible voters can fill out their ballots at the Lacombe Memorial Centre until 8 p.m.

-Vaughan

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