Amber Jones

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Ms. Jones attending a Green party event at the University of Regina.

Amber Jones is the former leader of the Green Party of Saskatchewan serving in this office from 2008 until 2009.[1] Jones is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. She also unsuccessfully ran for the federal Green party in the 2008 federal election in the riding of Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar. She placed third out of seven candidates winning 1,228 votes losing to Conservative party nominee, Kelly Block.

Electoral record[edit]

Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar - Canadian federal election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Kelly Block 12,166 45.4% -0.2% $78,169
New Democratic Nettie Wiebe 11,913 44.5% +5.5% $63,284
Green Amber Jones 1,228 4.6% +2.1% $8,174
Liberal Roy Bluehorn 1,176 4.4% -7.7% $10,785
Independent Rick Barsky 134 0.5% +0.5% N/A
Christian Heritage Marcel Bourassa 111 0.4% -0.5% $50
Libertarian Kevin Stricker 74 0.3% +0.3% $1,339
Total valid votes/Expense limit 26,802 100.0% $78,625

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Preceded by
Sandra Finley
Green Party of Saskatchewan leaders
2008-2009
Succeeded by
Larissa Shasko