Individuals just weren coming through.Savard said the organization will be officially shut down on Tuesday and suggested that after all expenses are paid, there will be no money left.Elford plans to join the slate headed by former mayor Doug McCallum.Surrey mayoral hopeful Doug McCallum in 2014 file photo.like his platform and I think we need to have an experienced mayor to guide this city into the future, and that why I decided to throw my support behind Doug, Elford said.In particular, Elford said he likes McCallum views that Surrey should dump the RCMP and have its own police force, his preference for SkyTrain technology over at grade light rail and McCallum proposal to pause development.Elford wouldn comment on the alliance collapse, saying that he out of town and would like to have a face to face conversation with organizers.you need a strong mayor to be able to get elected, and you need to be elected to get things done. That what it boils down to, Elford said.When asked if he had considered leaving the Surrey Community Alliance to join McCallum team before the alliance folded, Elford declined to answer.Proudly Surrey, which is described as a political party, is running three council and three school board candidates. Campaign manager Tom Ewasiuk said they have one spot open for a council candidate, and hope to have someone locked down by the end of this week.In terms of fundraising, Ewasiuk said the rules didn change anything because Proudly Surrey started with the idea of running a low budget campaign.not like we have a lot of money, but our campaign was always structured on not having a lot of money, he said.Another new party, People First Surrey, has already announced two candidates for council and plans to announce more, plus a mayoral candidate, in the coming weeks.Founder and president Rajesh Jayaprakash said when they started the party, they had a few donors who put in about $1,000 each, which fit into the campaign finance rules when they came into effect.
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