Wray is the second-longest serving incumbent running this election. The deputy mayor is seeking his third mandate on council.
Wray said if re-elected he wants to focus on properly funding infrastructure to avoid a backlog that results in huge maintenance bills for the town.
The Safeway produce worker said he learned procedure while involved with the Bulkley Valley Kinsmen.
“The last six years has been a really good lesson on how to work with others, especially this last term. We started out with very different opinions and we’ve worked together well,” said Wray.
“I have an excitement about the future of Smithers and I want to be a part in shaping that.”