Party for the Commonwealth of Canada candidates, 1988 Canadian federal election

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The Party for the Commonwealth Republic fielded several candidates in the 1993 federal election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found here. The PCR was the political wing of Lyndon Larouche's movement in Canada.

Quebec[edit]

Laurentides: Jean Vigneault[edit]

Jean Vigneault was a Commonwealth Party candidates in two federal elections and one provincial election. He was twenty-six years old in 1985 and identified as an engineer.[1]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1984 federal Saint-Léonard—Anjou Commonwealth 145 0.24 6/6 Alfonso Gagliano, Liberal
1985 provincial Sainte-Anne Commonwealth 108 0.52 5/7 Maximilien Polak, Liberal
1988 federal Laurentides Commonwealth 249 0.44 6/6 Jacques Vien, Progressive Conservative

Ontario[edit]

Eglinton—Lawrence: James Felicioni[edit]

James Felicioni was thirty-four years old, and listed himself as a kitchen manager.[2] He received 122 votes (0.30%), finishing seventh against Liberal candidate Joe Volpe.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Karen Seidman, "Ste. Anne: Incumbent welcomes a tough challenge," Montreal Gazette, 23 November 1985, A7.
  2. ^ "Metro area voters to decide 33 ridings", Toronto Star, 18 November 1988, A9.