1993 Alberta general election

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1993 Alberta general election

← 1989 June 15, 1993 (1993-06-15) 1997 →

83 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta
42 seats needed for a majority
Turnout60.21%
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Ralph-Klein-Szmurlo.jpg Ray Martin.jpg
Leader Ralph Klein Laurence Decore Ray Martin
Party Progressive Conservative Liberal New Democratic
Leader since December 14, 1992 October 9, 1988 1984
Leader's seat Calgary-Elbow Edmonton-Glengarry Edmonton-Norwood (lost re-election)
Last election 59 seats, 44.3% 8 seats, 28.7% 16 seats, 26.3%
Seats before 59 8 16
Seats won 51 32 0
Seat change Decrease8 Increase24 Decrease16
Popular vote 439,981 392,899 108,883
Percentage 44.5% 39.7% 11.0%
Swing Increase0.2% Increase11.0% Decrease15.3%

Premier before election

Ralph Klein
Progressive Conservative

Premier after election

Ralph Klein
Progressive Conservative

The 1993 Alberta general election was held on June 15, 1993, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. The Conservative government was re-elected, taking 51 seats out of 83 (61 percent of the seats) but only having support of 45 percent of voters.

It is notable because it was seen by some as a contest between the former mayors of Calgary and Edmonton, Ralph Klein and Laurence Decore, respectively.

Until the government's defeat in 2015, this election was the closest the Progressive Conservatives came to losing since coming to power in 1971.

Background[edit]

In 1992, the Liberal Party was led by Laurence Decore, a former mayor of Edmonton. Despite being the smallest of the three parties in the legislature, the Liberals made major gains by shifting to the political right and criticizing the Conservatives' fiscal responsibility, the province's rapidly rising debt, and the government's involvement in the private sector which resulted in some companies defaulting on government loans.

In September 1992, Don Getty resigned as provincial premier and leader of the Progressive Conservative Party, after polls showed that he would not win re-election. The party membership elected Environment Minister and former Calgary mayor Ralph Klein to succeed Getty. Klein campaigned for the leadership in part by making arguments similar to Decore's. He favoured a near-immediate balancing of the provincial budget and rapid debt repayment thereafter, and declared his government "out of the business of business". By the time Klein dropped the writs, his party had regained the lead on polls.

The election was fought on a new series of electoral boundaries based on the census of 1991, drawn by a committee composed only of Progressive Conservative MLAs led by Bob Bogle, with no input from opposition parties. The new electoral map drew criticism from the Alberta Court of Appeal in 1994 because the committee gave no justification for creating four districts well below average population, one of which was Bogle's own riding of Taber-Warner.[1]

Campaign[edit]

During the general election campaign, Klein promoted the significant changes that he had made during his time of Premier, distancing the Conservatives from Getty's past administration. Decore, facing a Premier with whom he agreed on many issues, argued that the Progressive Conservative party had no moral authority left on the issues on which Klein was campaigning.[2]

There were several televised debates, however viewership was low since it coincided with the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals.

Election[edit]

Klein's efforts were seen as successful in reinvigorating the Conservatives from certain defeat just under a year earlier. Ending up, they retained a solid majority in the legislature for its seventh consecutive term in government. The Conservatives actually managed to increase their share of the popular vote marginally, although they lost eight seats in the legislature since the vote was not as evenly split as it had been four years ago. Notably, the PC's were shut out of Edmonton for the first time since 1963, but managed to make gains in Klein's hometown of Calgary where they won all but two seats.

The Liberals capitalized on the stagnant PC vote and the collapse of the New Democratic Party vote from 26% to 11%. As opposition to the PC government coalesced around Decore and the Liberals, they won almost 40% of the popular vote and 32 seats in the legislature, including every seat in Edmonton. They formed what still stands as the largest opposition caucus in Alberta history with the exception of 1917, when the government majority was smaller but there were far fewer seats in the legislature. To the surprise of many, Decore stepped down as Liberal leader not long after the election, supposedly being pressured to resign by party insiders who felt that he had missed the party's best chance in over 70 years to form government.

Ray Martin's New Democrats, previously the official opposition, were shut out of the legislature altogether for the first time since 1967. All of their seats in Edmonton—including Martin's--were lost to the Liberals, due to the popularity of Decore there. Martin suggested that tactical voting was to blame as well, as the anti-PC vote consolidated around the Liberals.

Results[edit]

Overall voter turnout was 60.21%.[3]

Overall results[edit]

Party Votes Seats
Progressive Conservative 439,981
44.5%
Increase 0.2%
51 / 83 (61%)
Decrease 8
Liberal 392,899
39.7%
Increase 11.1%
32 / 83 (39%)
Increase 24

Detailed results[edit]

Party Party leader candidates Seats Popular vote
1989 Elected % Change # % % Change
  Progressive Conservative Ralph Klein 83 59 51 -13.6% 439,981 44.49% +0.20%
Liberal Laurence Decore 83 8 32 +300% 392,899 39.73% +11.05%
  New Democrats Ray Martin 83 16 - -100% 108,883 11.01% -15.28%
  Social Credit Randy Thorsteinson 39 - - - 23,885 2.41% +1.94%
  Independent 21 - - - 9,214 0.93% +0.67%
     Natural Law Maury Shapka 45 * - * 5,017 0.51% *
Confederation of Regions Ray Young 12 * - * 3,556 0.36% *
  Alliance Mark Waters 4 * - * 3,548 0.36% *
Green Betty Paschen 11 * - * 1,995 0.20% *
Communist Naomi Rankin 1 - - - 47 x -0.01%
Total 382 83 83 - 989,025 100%  
Source: Elections Alberta

Notes:

* Party did not nominate candidates in the previous election.

x – less than 0.005% of the popular vote

Popular vote
PC
44.49%
Liberal
39.73%
New Democratic
11.01%
Social Credit
2.41%
Others
2.36%
Seats summary
PC
61.45%
Liberal
38.55%

Results by riding[edit]

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC Liberal NDP Social Credit Other
Athabasca-Wabasca Mike Cardinal
4,144
59.72%
Simon Waquan
1,921
27.68%
Emil Zachkewich
843
12.15%
Banff-Cochrane Brian Evans
6,552
52.43%
Paula Andrews
4,183
33.47%
Cindy McCallum
1,048
8.39%
Brian L. Horejsi (Ind.)
607
4.86%
Ginger (V.M.) Sheets-Revitt (Nat. Law)
77
0.62%
Brian Evans
Barrhead-Westlock Kenneth R. Kowalski
6,312
54.92%
Dale Greig
3,309
28.79%
Harold E. Wharton
1,076
9.36%
Dale W. Harris
561
4.88%
Adam Hauch (C.o.R.)
143
1.25%
Leonard Stahl (Ind.)
67
0.58%
Bonnyville Ernie Isley
4,222
45.44%
Leo Vasseur
4,364
46.97%
Agathe Gaulin
666
7.17%
Ernie Isley
Bow Valley Lyle Oberg
5,403
61.13%
Peter Hansen
2,424
27.43%
Richard Knutson
558
6.31%
Reuban Huber
436
4.93%
Tom N. Musgrove
Calgary-Bow Bonnie Laing
7,011
46.10%
Rob Van Walleghem
5,369
35.30%
Anne McGrath
1,908
12.55%
Patrick John Hudson
376
2.47%
David Crowe (Green)
287
1.89%
Roberta McDonald (C.o.R.)
120
0.79%
Alan Livingston (Nat. Law)
78
0.51%
Bonnie Laing
Calgary-Buffalo Steven Yu
4,313
40.41%
Gary Dickson
4,826
45.22%
Israel Lachovsky
1,062
9.95%
Rebecca Matiowsky (Green)
212
2.00%
Ralph Holt (Nat. Law)
185
1.73%
Gary Dickson
Calgary-Cross Yvonne Fritz
6,449
59.56%
Keith Hart
3,576
33.03%
Vinay Dey
686
6.34%
Neeraj Varma (Nat. Law)
86
0.79%
Calgary-Currie Jocelyn Burgener
6,699
47.72%
Mairi Matheson
4,670
33.26%
Ilona Boyce
1,426
10.16%
Mark Waters (All.)
1,200
8.57%
Dennis L. Anderson
Calgary-East Moe Amery
5,503
54.30%
Dale Muti
1,689
16.67%
Barry Pashak
2,306
22.75%
Lera G. Shirley
366
3.61%
Alain Horchower (Ind.)
237
2.34%
Calgary-Egmont Denis Herard
9,846
57.94%
Dick Nichols
5,332
31.38%
Ken Sahil
1,063
6.26%
Les Kaluzny (All.)
543
3.21%
Linda Fritz (Nat. Law)
156
0.92%
David John Carter
Calgary-Elbow Ralph Klein
10,061
57.94%
Madeleine King
6,142
35.37%
Eileen Clancy Teslenko
617
3.55%
Steve Tobler
312
1.80%
Miel S.R. Gabriel (Ind.)
101
0.58%
Bruce Hansen (Nat. Law)
85
0.49%
Ralph Klein
Calgary-Fish Creek Heather Forsyth
7,855
54.58%
Marie Cameron
5,346
37.15%
Kerin Spaargaren
558
3.88%
Roy Carey (Ind.)
544
3.78%
Darlene Holt (Nat. Law)
70
0.49%
William Edward Payne
Calgary-Foothills Patricia Black
8,129
52.71%
Frances Wright
6,146
39.85%
Don McMillan
965
6.26%
Anna Novikov (Nat. Law)
155
1.01%
Patricia Black
Calgary-Glenmore Dianne Mirosh
7,972
48.54%
Brendan Dunphy
7,064
43.01%
Noreen Murphy
603
3.67%
Stuart van der Lee
545
3.32%
Sol Candel (Green)
147
0.90%
John Vrskovy (Nat. Law)
61
0.37%
Dianne Mirosh
Calgary-Lougheed Jim Dinning
7,280
52.70%
Jack Driscoll
5,803
42.01%
Catherine Rose
502
3.63%
Peter Hope (C.o.R.)
122
0.88%
Ida Bugmann (Nat. Law)
88
0.64%
Calgary-McCall Harry Sohal
4,118
44.69%
A. Giga
2,921
31.70%
Sylvia Lilley
900
9.77%
Brian R. Newman (Ind.)
1,066
11.57%
Allen Maclennan (C.o.R.)
129
1.41%
Maureen Doram (Nat. Law)
55
0.60%
Stanley Kenneth Nelson
Calgary-Montrose Hung Pham
4,866
48.01%
Keong Yap
2,592
25.57%
Jean Munn
1,970
19.44%
Blaine Desjardine (Ind.)
613
6.05%
Chris Deluce (Nat. Law)
68
0.67%
Rick Orman
Calgary-Mountain View Mark Hlady
5,768
46.07%
Jonathan Horlick
2,791
22.29%
Robert Andrew Hawkesworth
3,255
26.00%
George Clark
481
3.84%
Bruce Jackman (C.o.R.)
116
0.93%
Alberta Scraba (Nat. Law)
71
0.57%
Robert Andrew Hawkesworth
Calgary-North Hill Richard Charles Magnus
6,756
49.87%
Tom Dixon
4,262
31.46%
Wendy Charlton
1,935
14.28%
Michael O'Malley (Ind.)
394
2.91%Joyce Gregson (Nat. Law)
160
1.18%
Frederick Alan Stewart
Calgary-North West Harley Torgerson
6,443
45.37%
Frank Bruseker
6,763
47.62%
Paul George Rasporich
495
3.49%
David Grant
373
2.63%
Paul Colver (Nat. Law)
110
0.77%
Frank Bruseker
Calgary-Nose Creek Gary Mar
6,974
53.53%
Yolande Gagnon
5,057
38.81%
Albert Sole
789
6.06%
Ray Harris (Nat. Law)
176
1.35%
Calgary-Shaw Jonathan Niles Havelock
9,328
62.24%
Bill Walker
4,963
33.11%
Jason Ness
526
3.51%
Ken Nielsen (Nat. Law)
136
0.91%
Jim Dinning
Calgary-Varsity Murray D. Smith
8,520
47.75%
Carrol Jaques
6,860
38.45%
Sharon Kimmel
1,785
10.00%
Mike Sawyer (Green)
531
2.98%
Santo Esposito (Nat. Law)
99
0.55%
Calgary-West Ron Leigh
6,532
44.29%
Danny Dalla-Longa
6,927
46.97%
Nabil (Ben) Hantes
584
3.96%
Sharon Whitehead
548
3.72%
Phil Morin (Nat. Law)
135
0.92%
Elaine McCoy
Cardston-Chief Mountain Jack Ady
3,345
69.05%
Bruce A. Jackson
1,326
27.37%
Larry Zima
163
3.36%
Chinook Shirley McClellan
4,748
64.85%
Dianne Anderson
1,015
13.86%
Steven Milner
223
3.05%
Gus Mattheis
1,025
14.00%
Kristopher Dietrich (Ind.)
293
4.00%
Shirley McClellan
Clover Bar-Fort Saskatchewan Rob Splane
4,816
35.97%
Muriel Abdurahman
5,612
41.91%
W.H. (Skip) Gordon
2,072
15.47%
Kurt Gesell (Ind.)
872
6.51%
Cypress-Medicine Hat Lorne Taylor
4,034
49.11%
Lloyd B. Robinson
2,799
34.07%
James Ridley
494
6.01%
Al Strom
855
10.41%
Drayton Valley-Calmar Tom Thurber
5,261
50.98%
Brad Janishewski
3,001
29.08%
Dolly Brown
768
7.44%
Ed White
1,133
10.98%
Keith Burger (Nat. Law)
138
1.34%
Drumheller Stan Schumacher
7,421
62.76%
Roger Nelson
2,457
20.78%
Steve Osborne
1,463
12.37%
David McAndrews (C.o.R.)
454
3.85%
Stan Schumacher
Dunvegan Glen Clegg
4,650
45.89%
Hartmann Nagel
4,347
42.90%
Sheila Maxwell-Marks
1,100
10.86%
Glen Clegg
Edmonton-Avonmore Ken Alyuila
3,433
26.82%
Gene Zwozdesky
6,728
52.56%
Marie Laing
2,190
17.11%
Leslie M. Jackson
285
2.23%
Dennis Clark (Green)
97
0.76%
Lucia Hoff (Nat. Law)
40
0.31%
Marie Laing
Edmonton-Beverly-Belmont Brian Hlus
3,060
28.68%
Julius E. Yankowsky
5,037
47.22%
Ed W. Ewasiuk
2,473
23.18%
Ria Kinzel (Nat. Law)
91
0.85%
Edmonton-Centre John Wheelwright
3,418
28.66%
Michael Henry
5,656
47.43%
Kay Hurtig
2,343
19.65%
Wes Warren
202
1.69%
Richard Johnsen (Nat. Law)
95
0.80%
William Roberts
Edmonton-Ellerslie Bas Roopnarine
2,116
20.71%
Debby Carlson
5,466
53.49%
Gerry Gibeault
2,144
20.98%
Ken Way
398
3.90%
Rhonda Day (Nat. Law)
79
0.77%
Edmonton-Glengarry Don Clarke
2,669
23.28%
Laurence Decore
7,548
65.84%
Greg Reimer
1,088
9.49%
Linda Sikora (Nat. Law)
118
1.03%
Laurence Decore
Edmonton-Glenora Gwen Harris
5,150
33.31%
Howard Sapers
7,745
50.10%
Arlene Young
1,874
12.12%
Trevor Blinston
301
1.95%
Pat Nelson (C.o.R.) 231
1.50%
Paula Johnsen (Nat. Law)
122
0.79%
Nancy Betkowski
Edmonton-Gold Bar John Szumlas
4,721
26.30%
Bettie Hewes
10,605
59.07%
Lorraine Crawford
1,820
10.14%
David H. Friesen
516
2.87%
David J. Parker (Green)
165
0.92%
Roni Shapka (Nat. Law)
90
0.50%
Bettie Hewes
Edmonton-Highlands-Beverly Ron Liepert
2,787
24.42%
Alice Hanson
5,189
45.46%
John McInnis
2,885
25.28%
Tim Friesen
428
3.75%
Cliff Kinzel (Nat. Law)
94
0.82%
Edmonton-Manning Tony Kallal
2,521
21.45%
Peter Sekulic
6,007
51.11%
Thomas Sigurdson
2,904
24.71%
George Grant
296
2.52%
Edmonton-Mayfield Lynn Faulder
3,635
26.90%
Lance D. White
6,495
48.06%
Alex McEachern
3,173
23.48%
Annie Anderson (Nat. Law)
181
1.34%
Edmonton-McClung Henry Mah
4,177
29.69%
Grant Mitchell
8,931
63.48%
Denis Gautier-Villon
799
5.68%
Pat Simpson (Nat. Law)
125
0.89%
Edmonton-Meadowlark Laurie Pushor
3,978
31.10%
Karen Leibovici
7,215
56.40%
William A. (Bill) Mullen
1,111
8.68%
Norm Case
354
2.77%
Margo Cochlan (Nat. Law)
110
0.86%
Grant Mitchell
Edmonton-Mill Woods W. Bill Pidruchney
2,556
26.85%
Don Massey
5,330
55.98%
Laat Bhinder
1,007
10.58%
Robert J. Alford
414
4.35%
Ken Kozak (Ind.)
102
1.07%
Raymond Boyko (Green)
46
0.48%
Mary D. Romach (Nat. Law)
44
0.46%
Gerry Gibeault
Edmonton-Norwood Fay Orr
2,517
21.68%
Andrew Beniuk
4,944
42.58%
Ray Martin
3,749
32.29%
Alan Cruikshank
264
2.27%
Maury Shapka (Nat. Law)
88
0.76%
Ray Martin
Edmonton-Roper John Belzerowski
2,828
25.30%
Sine Chadi
5,872
52.53%
Christie Mjolsness
2,362
21.13%
Allan Gwynn (Nat. Law)
95
0.85%
Edmonton-Rutherford Brenda Platzer
4,283
29.77%
Percy Wickman
8,583
59.65%
Olive Dickason
969
6.73%
David Wozney
398
2.77%
Wade McKinley (Nat. Law)
66
0.46%
Myles Evely (Green)
64
0.44%
Edmonton-Strathcona Don Grimble
4,071
24.43%
Al Zariwny
6,542
39.26%
Barrie Chivers
5,121
30.73%
Patrick D. Ellis
460
2.76%
Elizabeth Paschen (Green)
253
1.52%
E. Benjamin Toane (Nat. Law)
108
0.65%
Naomi J. Rankin (Comm.)
47
0.28%
Gordon S.B. Wright/Barrie Chivers (1991-)
Edmonton-Whitemud David Hancock
5,351
36.18%
Mike Percy
8,628
58.34%
Daniel Aitken
648
4.38%
Robert Wilde (Green)
73
0.49%
Richard Shelford (Nat. Law)
63
0.43%
Percy Wickman
Fort McMurray Connie Macrae
2,738
27.22%
Adam Germain
4,261
42.36%
Ann Dort-Maclean
1,483
14.74%
Wendell Maceachern (Ind.)
1,563
15.54%
Norman A. Weiss
Grande Prairie-Smoky Walter Paszkowski
4,942
54.97%
John A. Croken
2,506
27.88%
Christine Potts
1,199
13.34%
Herb Wohlgemuth (C.o.R.)
329
3.67%
Grande Prairie-Wapiti Wayne Jacques
4,457
47.89%
Dwight Logan
3,942
42.36%
Trish Wright
880
9.46%
Highwood Don Tannas
8,063
64.77%
Rusti-Ann Blanke
3,159
25.38%
Marg Elliot
504
4.05%
John Bergen
701
5.63%
Don Tannas
Innisfail-Sylvan Lake Gary Severtson
5,660
53.48%
Daryl J. Beck
2,294
21.67%
Reg Stotz
544
5.14%
Norm Bjornson
520
4.91%
George Flake (Alliance)
1,381
13.08%
Len Scott (Ind.)
163
1.54%
Lac La Biche-St. Paul John Trefanenko
3,897
39.11%
Paul Langevin
5,041
50.59%
Eugene P. Houle
999
10.03%
Lacombe-Stettler Judy Gordon
6,596
57.71%
Ed Whiteside
3,001
26.26%
Rolf Pritchard
730
6.39%
R. Ryan Handley
687
6.01%
Douglas R. Chitwood (Ind.)
397
3.47%
Leduc Donald H. Sparrow
5,884
42.87%
Terry Kirkland
6,823
49.71%
Jeff Lambert
812
5.92%
Larry Bogart (Nat. Law)
192
1.40%
Lesser Slave Lake Pearl M. Calahasen
4,260
55.30%
Denise C. Wahlstrom
3,093
40.15%
Larry Sakaluk
326
4.23%
Pearl M. Calahasen
Lethbridge-East Patricia A. (Pat) Bunn
5,092
39.86%
Ken Nicol
6,114
47.86%
Larry Conley
1,495
11.70%
Archibald Dick Johnston
Lethbridge-West Clint Dunford
4,643
41.73%
Michael Dietrich
4,534
40.76%
Jacqueline Preyde
973
8.75%
Jason Kempt (Ind.)
926
8.32%
John Gogo
Little Bow Barry McFarland
6,709
67.07%
Donna L. Graham
2,886
28.85%
Rod Lachmuth
382
3.82%
Raymond Albert Speaker
Medicine Hat Rob Renner
4,941
38.90%
Garth Vallely
4,790
37.71%
Bob Wanner
2,366
18.63%
Marcel Guay
568
4.47%
James Horsman
Olds-Didsbury Roy Brassard
8,383
61.48%
Donna Gole
3,378
24.77%
Ruth Scott
355
2.60%
Derry H. Macfarlane
815
5.98%
Dennis Combs (C.o.R.)
683
5.02%
Roy Brassard
Peace River Gary Friedel
3,156
43.23%
Elmer Cardinal
2,402
32.90%
Brian Dewar
1,192
16.33%
Ed Kary (C.o.R.)
526
7.23%
Al (Boomer) Adair
Pincher Creek-Macleod David Coutts
4,843
45.33%
Ernie Patterson
4,231
39.60%
Mike Dawson
930
8.70%
Susan Aris (Ind.)
640
5.99%
Ponoka-Rimbey Halvar C. Jonson
5,977
63.48%
Bernice Luce
1,841
19.55%
Doug Hart
747
7.93%
Harold Kenney (C.o.R.)
585
6.23%
Robert (Bob) Hodgins (Ind.)
240
2.55%
Halvar C. Jonson
Red Deer-North Stockwell Day
5,402
55.44%
Tony Connelly
2,888
29.64%
Linda Kaiser-Putzenberger
762
7.82%
Michael Roth
559
5.74%
Katherine Fisher (Nat. Law)
104
1.07%
Stockwell Day
Red Deer-South Victor Doerksen
5,663
46.42%
Don Sinclair
4,879
40.00%
Malcolm Reville
639
5.24%
Randy Thorsteinson
882
7.23%
Ken Arnold (Nat. Law)
116
0.95%
John Oldring
Redwater Steve Zarusky
4,582
36.55%
Nicholas William Taylor
6,429
51.29%
Robert J. Tomkins
1,306
10.42%
Geoff Toane (Nat. Law)
196
1.56%
Rocky Mountain House Ty Lund
5,192
55.69%
Roxanne V. Prior
1,181
12.67%
Drew Ludington
604
6.48%
Lavern J. Ahlstrom
2,330
24.99%
Ty Lund
Sherwood Park Doug Fulford
6,704
40.31%
Bruce Collingwood
7,798
46.89%
Jim Gurnett
1,955
11.76%
Lorne Hoff (Nat. Law)
147
0.88%
Peter Elzinga
Spruce Grove-Sturgeon-St. Albert Norm Kluthe
4,428
39.53%
Colleen Soetaert
5,811
51.87%
Steve Jacobs
813
7.26%
Randy T. Fritz (Nat. Law)
132
1.18%
St. Albert Dick Fowler
5,746
40.27%
Len Bracko
7,267
50.94%
John Booth
1,031
7.23%
Gordon C. Rever (Nat. Law)
199
1.39%
Dick Fowler
Stony Plain Stan Woloshyn
4,855
41.27%
Albert Schatzke
4,607
39.16%
Laurence Johnson
1,481
12.59%
Gary Morton
674
5.73%
Lois Burger (Nat. Law)
133
1.13%
Stan Woloshyn
Taber-Warner Ron Hierath
5,544
59.72%
Doug Blatter
2,723
29.33%
Charlie Bryant
433
4.66%
Ken Rose
564
6.07%
Robert Bogle
Three Hills-Airdrie Carol Louise Haley
5,666
51.09%
Don MacDonald
3,783
34.11%
Gordon Twigg
553
4.99%
Peter Smits
517
4.66%
George Shenton (Alliance)
424
3.83
Lawrence Lein (C.o.R.)
118
1.07%
Vegreville-Viking Ed Stelmach
5,540
40.98%
Jerry Wilde
3,797
28.09%
Derek Fox
4,150
30.70%
Vermilion-Lloydminster Steve West
5,524
52.13%
Greg Michaud
4,295
40.53%
Grant Bergman
744
7.02%
Wainwright Robert A. (Butch) Fischer
5,294
54.71%
Evangeline Forcier
1,933
19.98%
Tom A. Samuel
674
6.96%
Dale Trefz
1,760
18.19%
Robert A. (Butch) Fischer
West Yellowhead Fiona Fowler Cleary
3,101
32.20%
Duco Van Binsbergen
3,562
36.99%
Jerry J. Doyle
2,243
23.29%
Garry M. Klewchuk
582
6.04%
Mario Houle (Green)
120
1.25%
Jerry J. Doyle
Wetaskiwin-Camrose Ken Rostad
6,297
45.93%
Bob Prestage
4,962
36.19%
Bruce Hinkley
1,597
11.65%
Henry Neumann
829
6.05%
Whitecourt-Ste. Anne Peter Trynchy
5,600
48.11%
Jurgen Preugschas
4,310
37.03%
Connie Oskoboiny
912
7.84%
Earle Cunningham
570
4.90%
Walter Bliznicenko (Ind.)
218
1.87%

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stinson, Douglas (July 1, 1999). "Knowing Where to Draw the Line - Alberta Views - The Magazine for Engaged Citizens". albertaviews.ca. Retrieved 2018-05-31.
  2. ^ "Alberta Campaigns Since 1935". CBC News.
  3. ^ Election Alberta (July 28, 2008). 2008 General Report (PDF). p. 158. Retrieved April 29, 2011.

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