Manitoba Liberal Party candidates, 2007 Manitoba provincial election

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The Manitoba Liberal Party fielded a full slate of 57 candidates in the 2007 provincial election, and won two seats to remain as the third-largest party in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba. Some of the party's candidates have their own biography pages; information about others may be found here.

Candidates[edit]

Riding
Candidate's Name Notes Residence Occupation Votes % Rank
Arthur-Virden Fred Curry Winnipeg teaching assistant
Assiniboia Bernie Bellan Winnipeg publisher
Brandon East Cheryl Burke Brandon business owner
Brandon West Martha Jo Willard Brandon veterinarian
Burrows Bernd Hohne
Carman Don Oldcorn
Charleswood Michael Rosenberg
Concordia Leslie Worthington
Dauphin-Roblin Yarko Petryshyn
Elmwood David Love
Emerson Monica Guetre
Flin Flon Gary Zamzow
Fort Garry Craig Hildahl
Fort Rouge Paul Hesse
Fort Whyte Angelina Olivier-Job
Gimli Lynn Greenberg
Inkster Kevin Lamoureux
Interlake Franklin Swark
Kildonan Wade Parke
Kirkfield Park Doug Kayler
La Verendrye Roland Chaput
Lac du Bonnet Christopher Gmiterek
Lakeside Ian Band
Lord Roberts Larry Schenkeveld
The Maples Pritam Brar
Minnedosa Christopher Baker
Minto Wayne Helgason
Morris Michael Sherby
The Pas James Houston
Pembina Ralph Gowan
Point Douglas Mary Lou Bourgeois
Portage la Prairie Marvin Krawec
Radisson Murray Cliff Winnipeg
Riel Grant Woods
River East Margaret von Lau
River Heights Jon Gerrard Party leader
Rossmere Isaiah Oyeleru Winnipeg retailer
Rupertsland Earl Fontaine
Russell Clarice Wilson
St. Boniface Gilbert Laberge
St. James Fred Morris
St. Johns Selina Sapong-Bieber
St. Norbert Wendy Bloomfield
St. Vital Harry Wolbert
Ste. Rose Janelle Mailhot
Seine River Jennifer Lukovich
Selkirk Karen Keppler
Southdale Don Woodstock
Springfield James Johnston
Steinbach John Thiessen
Swan River Niomi Spence-Pranteau
Thompson Kenny Braun
Transcona Gerald Basarab Winnipeg machinist
Turtle Mountain Allen Hunter
Tuxedo Audra Bayer
Wellington Rhonda Gordon Powers
Wolseley Raven Thundersky

Candidates in post-2007 by-elections[edit]

  • Elmwood, 24 March 2009: Regan Wolfrom

Footnotes[edit]