|Alberta electoral district|
|Provincial electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of Alberta|
Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater is a provincial electoral district in Alberta, Canada. The electoral district was created in the 2010 redistribution and is mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta under the first past the post voting system. The current MLA is Progressive Conservative Jeff Johnson.
The electoral district was created in the 2010 Alberta provincial electoral boundary redistribution from the electoral old district of Athabasca-Redwater. The electoral district boundaries were updated to align the district to current municipal boundaries along the sparsely populated north and western boundaries.
|48 Athabasca-Redwater 2010 Boundaries|
|Lesser Slave Lake||Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills||Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock, Lesser Slave Lake, Spruce Grove-St. Albert||Edmonton-Calder, Edmonton-Castle Downs, Edmonton-Decore, Edmonton-Manning, Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville, St. Albert|
|Note: Boundary descriptions were not used in the 2010 redistribution|
|Members of the Legislative Assembly for
|See Athabasca-Redwater 2004-2012|
|28th||2012–present||Jeff Johnson||Progressive Conservative|
The predecessor district Athabasca-Redwater that existed from 2004 to 2012 and it antecedents had returned Progressive Conservative candidates since the 1970s while old Redwater returned Liberal candidates until 1997. The current incumbent is Progressive Conservative MLA Jeff Johnson who won his first term in office in the 2008 election with a landslide majority.
2012 general election
|2012 Alberta general election||Turnout %||Swing|
|Progressive Conservative||Jeff Johnson||7,377||48.40%||*|
|Rejected, Spoiled and Declined||'|
|Progressive Conservative pickup new district||Swing %|
Senate nominee results
2012 Senate nominee election district results
Student Vote results
|2012 Alberta Student Vote results|
|Progressive Conservative||Jeff Johnson||%|
- "Proposed Electoral Division Areas, Boundaries, and Names for Alberta". Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission. June 2010. p. 19. Retrieved January 14, 2012.
- "Bill 28 Electoral Divisions Act". Legislative Assembly of Alberta. 2010.