Alberta Greens candidates, 2004 Alberta provincial election

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The Alberta Greens ran 49 candidates in the 2004 provincial election. Some of these candidates have separate biography pages; relevant information about other candidates may be found here.

The candidates are listed by city/region and riding name.

Northern Alberta[edit]

Luke de Smet (Athabasca-Redwater)[edit]

Received 252 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

Allan Webber (Grande Prairie-Wapiti)[edit]

Received 348 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of five candidates.

Ian Hopfe (Lesser Slave Lake)[edit]

Received 254 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of five candidates.

Western and Central Alberta[edit]

Chris Foote (Banff-Cochrane)[edit]

Received 1,205 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of five candidates.

Edwin Erickson (Drayton Valley-Calmar)[edit]

Received 927 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of five candidates.

Shelley Willson (Foothills-Rocky View)[edit]

Received 1,188 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of five candidates.

Sarah Henckel-Sutmoller (Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills)[edit]

Received 469 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of seven candidates.

Colin Fisher (Red Deer North)[edit]

Received 244 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of five candidates.

Jennifer Isaac (Rocky Mountain House)[edit]

Received 337 votes in 2004, finishing seventh in a field of seven candidates.

Monika Schaefer (West Yellowhead)[edit]

Received 360 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of five candidates.

East Central Alberta[edit]

Stephen Lindop (Leduc-Beaumont-Devon)[edit]

Received 381 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

Central Edmonton[edit]

Benoit Couture (Edmonton Beverly Clareview)[edit]

Received 381 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

David J. Parker (Edmonton Centre)[edit]

Received 366 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of six candidates.

Peter Johnston (Edmonton-Glenora)[edit]

Received 272 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

Eric Steiglitz (Edmonton Mill Creek)[edit]

Received 386 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

John Lackey (Edmonton Riverview)[edit]

Received 355 votes in 2004, finishing fourth in a field of six candidates.

Adrian Cole (Edmonton-Strathcona)[edit]

Received 287 votes in 2004, finishing fourth in a field of six candidates.

Suburban Edmonton and Environs[edit]

Ross Adshead (Edmonton Manning)[edit]

Received 240 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

Amanda Doyle (Edmonton Meadowlark)[edit]

Received 245 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of six candidates.

Lynn Lau (Sherwood Park)[edit]

Received 362 votes in 2004, finishing sixth in a field of six candidates.

Conrad Bitangcol (St. Albert)[edit]

Received 245 votes in 2004, finishing fifth in a field of five candidates.

Calgary[edit]

Grant Neufeld (Calgary-Buffalo)[edit]

Current president of the Green Party of Alberta.

Received 656 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of seven candidates.

Kim Warnke (Calgary-Currie)[edit]

Received 810 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of five candidates.

George Read (Calgary-Egmont)[edit]

Current leader of the Green Party of Alberta.

Received 914 votes in 2004, finishing fourth in a field of five candidates.

Allison Roth (Calgary-Elbow)[edit]

Current Communications Director of the Green Party of Alberta.

Received 666 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of seven candidates.

Mark MacGillivray (Calgary-Mountain View)[edit]

Current Membership Director of the Green Party of Alberta.

Received 912 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of five candidates.

Susan Stratton (Calgary-North Hill)[edit]

Current Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Alberta.

Received 1264 votes in 2004, finishing third in a field of five candidates.