Mount Lorne (electoral district)

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Mount Lorne
Yukon electoral district
Mount Lorne.jpg
Mount Lorne in relation to other rural Yukon electoral districts
Defunct territorial electoral district
Legislature Yukon Legislative Assembly
District created 1992
District abolished 2009
First contested 1992
Last contested 2006

Mount Lorne is a former electoral district which returns a member (known as an MLA) to the Legislative Assembly of the Yukon Territory in Canada.

In the 2009 electoral redistribution, Mount Lorne was merged with neighbouring district Southern Lakes to create Mount Lorne-Southern Lakes.[1]

MLAs[edit]

Parliament Years Member Party
28th 1992-1996     Lois Moorcroft Yukon New Democratic Party
29th 1996-1999
30th 2000-2002     Cynthia Tucker Yukon Liberal Party
31st 2002-2006     Steve Cardiff Yukon New Democratic Party
32nd 2006-2011
2011     Vacant

Electoral Results[edit]

1992 general election[edit]

Yukon general election, 1992
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     NDP Lois Moorcroft
     Liberal
     Independent
Yukon Party
Total

1996 general election[edit]

Yukon general election, 1996
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     NDP Lois Moorcroft 484 40.5
     Liberal Ken Taylor 299 25.0
Yukon Party Allan Doherty 247 20.6
     Independent Allen Luheck 166 13.9
Total 1196 100.0

2000 general election[edit]

Yukon general election, 2000
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Liberal Cynthia Tucker 563 44.9
     NDP Lois Moorcroft 422 33.7
Yukon Party Ken Gabb 269 21.4
Total 1254 100.0

2002 general election[edit]

Yukon general election, 2002
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     NDP Steve Cardiff 334 39.7
Yukon Party Darcy Tkachuk 271 32.2
     Liberal Cynthia Tucker 236 28.1
Total 841 100.0

2006 general election[edit]

Yukon general election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     NDP Steve Cardiff 361 43.6
Yukon Party Valerie Boxall 236 28.5
     Liberal Colleen Wirth 231 27.9
Total 828 100.0

[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New map of Yukon electoral districts (2009)". Elections Yukon. Retrieved 2 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "Yukon Votes 2006". CBC News. Retrieved 22 May 2009.