Logan (Manitoba electoral district)

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This article is about the Canadian electoral district. For the Australian electoral district, see electoral district of Logan. For other uses, see Logan (disambiguation).
The 2011- boundaries for Logan highlighted in red.

Logan is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1956, and existed until 1989.

The riding was located in the north-central region of Winnipeg, and included some of the city's poorest communities. After redistribution in 1989, some of its territory went to the riding of Point Douglas.

The riding was generally regarded as safe for the New Democratic Party of Manitoba (NDP).

In the next provincial election, Logan will be created out of the parts of the ridings of Wellington, Minto, Fort Rouge, and Point Douglas.

List of provincial representatives[edit]

Name Party Took Office Left Office
Stephen Juba Independent 1958 1959
Lemuel Harris CCF 1959 1961
NDP 1961 1969
William Jenkins NDP 1969 1981
Maureen Hemphill NDP 1981 1990

Electoral results[edit]

Manitoba general election, 2011: Logan
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
     New Democrat Flor Marcelino 2,985 58.09 $20,223.11
Liberal Joe Chan 868 16.89 $27,524.91
     Progressive Conservative Tyrone Krawetz 840 16.35 $11,831.73
Green Kristen Andrews 335 6.59 $34.62
     Communist David Tymoshchuk 53 1.03 $312.11
Total valid votes 5,081
Rejected and declined votes 58
Turnout 5,139 48.04
Electors on the lists 10,698