Bill Belsey

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Bill Belsey
MLA for North Coast
In office
2001–2005
Preceded by Dan Miller
Succeeded by Gary Coons
Personal details
Political party BC Liberal
Residence Prince Rupert, British Columbia
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Bill Belsey is a Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of North Coast in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 2001 to 2005. He sat as a member of the BC Liberal Party.[1]

Following his electoral defeat in 2005, Belsey was elected vice-president of the BC Liberal Party in 2011.[1] He was implicated in a potential conflict of interest in 2012, when he was directly involved in correspondence with cabinet minister Pat Bell about regulatory matters pertaining to Sun Wave Forest Products, Belsey's current employer.[1]

Electoral record[edit]

British Columbia general election, 2001: North Coast
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
Liberal Bill Belsey 4,915 45.25% $51,617
New Democratic Colleen Fitzpatrick 4,084 37.61% $28,479
Marijuana Kenneth Leonard Peerless 623 5.74% $1,840
Green David Konsmo 560 5.16% $152
All Nations Emsily Victor Bolton 526 4.84% $8,371
Unity Clarence Hall 152 1.40% $730
Total valid votes 10,860 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 46 0.42%
Turnout 10,906 66.27%
British Columbia general election, 2005: North Coast
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
New Democratic Gary Coons 5,845 53.77% $55,751
Liberal Bill Belsey 4,185 38.50% $138,287
Green Hondo Arendt 629 5.79% $780
Marijuana David Johns 211 1.94% $100
Total valid votes 10,870 100%
Total rejected ballots 47 0.43%
Turnout 10,917 60.86%

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