|Alberta electoral district|
|Provincial electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of Alberta|
The riding was formed in 2004, carved out of the Calgary-Shaw electoral district. The district is named after former Calgary mayor and Canadian Senator Harry Hays who represented the electoral district of Calgary South as a Member of Parliament.
In its present boundaries the electoral district covers the deep south east corner of Calgary and includes the neighbourhoods of McKenzie Lake, McKenzie Towne, Quarry Park, Douglas Glen, and Douglasdale.
- 1 History
- 2 Legislature results
- 3 Senate nominee results
- 4 Student vote results
- 5 References
- 6 External links
The electoral district was created in the 2003 boundary redistribution from Calgary-Shaw. The 2010 boundary redistribution split the riding in half to form most of Calgary-South East due to significant growth of new communities in the south east quadrant of Calgary.
|13 Calgary-Hays 2003 Boundaries|
|Calgary-Fort, Calgary-Egmont||Airdrie-Chestermere||Calgary-Egmont, Calgary-Fish Creek, Calgary-Shaw, Highwood||Highwood|
|riding map goes here|
|Legal description from the Statutes of Alberta 2003, Electoral Divisions Act.|
|Starting at the intersection of Barlow Trail SE with Glenmore Trail SE; then 1. east along Glenmore Trail SE to the Calgary city boundary; 2. generally south and west along the city boundary to the right bank of the Bow River; 3. north along the right bank of the Bow River to the north boundary of Sec. 13, Twp. 23, Rge. 1 W5; 4. east along the north boundary of Sec. 13 and the north boundary of Sec. 16 in Twp. 23, Rge. 29 W4 to Barlow Trail SE; 5. north along Barlow Trail SE to the starting point.|
|Note: New District|
|16 Calgary-Hays 2010 Boundaries|
|Calgary-Fort||Calgary-Fort and Calgary-South East||Calgary-Fish Creek and Calgary-Shaw||Calgary-South East|
|Legal description from the Statutes of Alberta 2010, Electoral Divisions Act.|
|Members of the Legislative Assembly for Calgary-Hays|
|See Calgary-Shaw 1993-2004|
|26th||2004-2008||Arthur Johnston||Progressive Conservative|
The electoral district was created in the boundary redistribution of 2004 out of Calgary-Shaw after that electoral district became one of the most populated electoral districts in Alberta.
The first election held in the district in 2004 saw Progressive Conservative candidate Arthur Johnston win the election with a landslide majority taking nearly 64% of the popular vote while the second place candidate trailed far behind with just 22%.
Johnston stood for re-election in the 2008 provincial election. He won a higher popular vote but his percentage of victory dropped as the Liberal and Wildrose Alliance candidates made gains. However Johnston held the district with almost 55% of the popular vote.
Johnston announced his retirement as incumbent after being defeated twice for the Progressive Conservative nomination in Calgary-Hays and in the new electoral district of Calgary-South East.
In 2012, PC Candidate Ric McIver defeated Wayne Anderson, contender for the Wild Rose Party, to become the second representative for the Hays district since its creation.
2004 general election
|2004 Alberta general election results||Turnout 34.88%||Swing|
|Progressive Conservative||Arthur Johnston||5,523||63.78%|
|Alberta Alliance||Robert Wawrzynowski||534||6.17%|
|New Democratic||Rachell Wienfeld||298||3.44%|
|Rejected, spoiled and declined||39|
|Eligible electors / Turnout||24,936||%|
2008 general election
|2008 Alberta general election results||Turnout 33.65%||Swing|
|Progressive Conservative||Arthur Johnston||6,968||54.23%||-9.55%|
|Wildrose Alliance||Devin Cassidy||1,366||10.63%||4.46%|
|New Democratic||Tyler Kinch||366||2.84%||0.60%|
|Rejected, Spoiled and Declined||30|
|38,266 Eligible Electors|
|Progressive Conservative hold||Swing||-7.61%|
2012 general election
|Alberta general election, 2012|
|Progressive Conservative||Ric McIver||8,621||55.09||+0.86|
|New Democratic||Regina Vergara||461||2.95||+0.10|
|Rejected, spoiled and declined|
|Eligible electors / Turnout||%|
|Progressive Conservative hold||Swing||-12.37|
2015 general election
|Alberta general election, 2015|
|Progressive Conservative||Ric McIver||6,671||38.2|
|New Democratic||Carla Drader||5,143||29.5|
|Social Credit||Zachary Doyle||93||0.5|
|Total valid votes|
Senate nominee results
2004 Senate nominee election district results
|2004 Senate nominee election results: Calgary-Hays||Turnout 34.85%|
|Affiliation||Candidate||Votes||% Votes||% Ballots||Rank|
|Progressive Conservative||Bert Brown||4,329||17.89%||57.24%||1|
|Progressive Conservative||Betty Unger||3,672||15.17%||48.55%||2|
|Progressive Conservative||Jim Silye||3,640||15.04%||48.13%||5|
|Progressive Conservative||David Usherwood||2,849||11.77%||37.67%||6|
|Progressive Conservative||Cliff Breitkreuz||2,619||10.82%||34.63%||3|
|Alberta Alliance||Vance Gough||1,449||5.99%||19.16%||8|
|Alberta Alliance||Michael Roth||1,354||5.59%||17.90%||7|
|Alberta Alliance||Gary Horan||1,243||5.13%||16.44%||10|
|Total Ballots||7,563||3.20 Votes Per Ballot|
|Rejected, Spoiled and Declined||1,127|
|24,936 Eligible Electors|
Voters had the option of selecting 4 Candidates on the Ballot
2012 Senate nominee election district results
Student vote results
|2012 Alberta Student Vote results|
|Progressive Conservative||Ric McIver||%|
- "E‑4.1". Statutes of the Province of Alberta. Government of Alberta. 2003. p. 11.
- "Members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta 1905-2006" (PDF). Legislative Assembly of Alberta. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 30, 2007. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
- "Calgary-Hays Statement of Official Results 2004 Alberta general election" (PDF). Elections Alberta. Retrieved March 2, 2010.
- The Report on the March 3, 2008 Provincial General Election of the Twenty-seventh Legislative Assembly. Elections Alberta. pp. 218–220.
- "Senate Nominee Election 2004 Tabulation of Official Results" (PDF). Elections Alberta. Retrieved February 28, 2010.
- Electoral Divisions Act 2003
- Riding Map for Calgary Hays
- Calgary Hays Demographics
- Website of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta