British Columbia Libertarian Party
|Active provincial party|
|Headquarters||703-1180 Falcon Dr
Coquitlam, British Columbia
In the British Columbia general election, 1996, with party leader Ken Wiebe in the riding of Saanich South, the party had its best-ever results, nominating 17 candidates and winning 2,041 votes (0.13% of the popular vote).
In the 2001 general election, the party nominated no candidates and party president (Paul Geddes) ran as a candidate for the British Columbia Marijuana Party.
In the 2005 provincial election, it nominated 6 candidates, who won a total of 1,003 votes (0.06% of the provincial total).
John Clarke had the best result of any of the party's candidates, winning 361 votes (1.36% of the total) in the Vancouver-Burrard riding.
|2001||No candidates nominated|
* Party did not nominate candidates in the previous election.
- Libertarian Party of Canada
- Ontario Libertarian Party
- Libertarian Party of Manitoba
- List of British Columbia political parties