The campaigning has been underway for some time, however the writ for the 2017 provincial election officially drops tomorrow.
So far in Prince George there hasn’t been a rush of candidates … yet.
In Prince George-Valemount incumbent Liberal Shirley Bond is facing New Democrat Natalie Fletcher and Green Party candidate Nan Kendy.
In Prince George-Mackenzie incumbent Liberal Mike Morris is, so far, facing only New Democrat Bobby Deepak.
Three candidates have thrown their hat in the ring in Nechako Lakes. Liberal incumbent John Rustad is being challenged by New Democrat Anne Marie Sam and Libertarian Party candidate Jon Rempel.
In Cariboo North three candidates have put their name forward. Liberal incumbent Coralee Oakes is looking for a second term, but it being challenged by New Democrat Scott Elliott and Conservative Tony Goulet.
Candidates have until 1 p.m. April 18 to file nomination papers.