Erica Martin is one of many Prince Rupert youth running to be a member of Planet Youths' Council.

Prince Rupert Planet Youth Council candidates

The Friendship Houses' Planet Youth are currently holding an election to create a council for the group.

The Friendship Houses’ Planet Youth are currently holding an election to create a council for the group. Young adults have until Thursday, May 31 to sign up to run, with the election taking place on Friday, June 1.

Here is a list of the Planet Youth Council candidates as of Thursday, May 24, 2012:

Kieren Nelson-Chair Person

Kelly Gladstone-Vice Secretary

Paul Beaulieu-Chair/Vice Chair

Erica Martin-Vice Chair

Karen Brown-Secretary

Gail Smythe-Head of Fundraising Committee

Darnell Temple-Chair Person/Vice Chair/Representative

Shannon Smith-Treasurer

Victor Cooper-Representative

Katelynn Smart-“Green” Representative/Secretary/Chair Person/Representative

Emily Rudderham-“Green” Representative/ Secretary/Chair Person/Representative

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