It looks like the race for the mayor’s chair in Saskatoon is down to three candidates.
According to the City of Saskatoon website, candidate Henry Dayday has withdrawn from the race.
That leaves incumbent Don Atchison, Charlie Clark and Kelley Moore in contention.
In 2012, Dayday announced his intention to seek the mayor’s chair before pulling out of the race ahead the the vote.
At the time, Dayday, who held the position from 1988-2000, said he made the decision after Tom Wolf announced his candidacy.
Voters will cast their ballots on Oct. 26.