|MLA for Baker Lake|
|Preceded by||new district|
|Succeeded by||David Simailak|
May 10, 1953 |
|Residence||Baker Lake, Nunavut|
McLean ran for a seat in the 1999 Nunavut general election. He won the Baker Lake electoral district in a landslide with 64% of the popular vote defeating two other candidates. He ran on the promise that he would stick to press the government to tackle issues affecting the Baker Lake, Nunavut and not join the Executive council in order to stay in the constituency rather than move to Iqaluit the capital.
McLean chose not to run again for office again when the legislature was dissolved in 2004 siting family as his primary reason.
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