Beaver River (electoral district)

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Beaver River was a federal electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1988 to 1997.

It was located in the province of Alberta. This riding was created in 1987, and was first used in the federal election of 1988. It was abolished in 1996.

Electoral history[edit]

Canadian federal election, 1988
Party Candidate Votes
     Progressive Conservative John Dahmer 13,768
     Liberal Ernie Sehn 6,528
     New Democratic Party Brian Luther 6,492
     Reform Deborah Grey 4,158
     Confederation of Regions Les Johnston 131

By-election held following Dahmer's death:

By-election on March 13, 1989 by-election
Party Candidate Votes
     Reform Deborah Grey 11,154
     Progressive Conservative Dave Broda 6,912
     Liberal Ernie O. Brosseau 2,756
     New Democratic Party Barbara Bonneau 2,081
Canadian federal election, 1993
Party Candidate Votes
     Reform Deborah Grey 17,731
     Liberal Michael J. Zacharko 7,526
     Progressive Conservative Dave Broda 3,855
     New Democratic Party Eugene Houle 1,058
     Natural Law Guy C. Germain 294
     Independent B.H. Bud Glenn 94

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