Bengough-Milestone

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Coordinates: 49°40′N 104°50′W / 49.667°N 104.833°W / 49.667; -104.833

Bengough-Milestone was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. This constituency was created before the 1975 Saskatchewan general election. It was redistributed before the 1995 Saskatchewan general election.

Member of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

# MLA Served Party
  1. David Hadley Lange 1975 - 1978 New Democratic Party
     2. Robert Hugh Pickering 1978 - 1991 Prog. Conservative
  3. Judy Bradley 1991 - 1995 New Democratic Party

Election results[edit]

Saskatchewan General Election 1975: Bengough-Milestone
Party Candidate Votes % ±
New Democratic David Hadley Lange 2,819 38.84 -
  Prog. Conservative E.R. Moody 2,512 34.61 -
Liberal Grant Frank 1,927 26.55 -
Total 7,258 100.00
Saskatchewan General Election 1978: Bengough-Milestone
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  Prog. Conservative Robert Hugh Pickering 3,118 43.28 -
New Democratic Jim Liggett 3,069 42.60 -
Liberal Rod MacDonald 1,018 14.13 -
Total 7,205 100.00(1)
Saskatchewan General Election 1982: Bengough-Milestone
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  Prog. Conservative Robert Hugh Pickering 4,561 59.75 -
New Democratic Jim Liggett 2,653 34.75 -
Liberal Tim Maloney 420 5.50 -
Total 7,634 100.00
Saskatchewan General Election 1986: Bengough-Milestone
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  Prog. Conservative Robert Hugh Pickering 3,740 54.50 -
New Democratic Jim Liggett 2,406 35.06 -
Liberal Brent Knudsen 716 10.43 -
Total 6,862 100.00(1)
Saskatchewan General Election 1991: Bengough-Milestone
Party Candidate Votes % ±
New Democratic Judy Bradley 2,419 37.91 -
  Prog. Conservative Darrell Rodine 2,297 36.00 -
Liberal Laurie Unruh 1,665 26.09 -
Total 6,381 100.00

Notes[edit]

1. Percentages may not add up exactly due to rounding

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