fielded 68 candidates in the Green Party of Canada , none of whom were elected. Some of the party's candidates have their own biography pages; information about others may be found here. 1988 Canadian federal election
Mario Paul identified as a physical education teacher. He received 1,217 votes (2.29%), finishing fourth against [1 ] Progressive Conservative candidate Jean Corbeil. [2 ]
H. Joseph Vega has been a candidate in federal and municipal elections. He described himself as a construction worker in 1988. [3 ]
Jacqueline Lacoste was a registered nurse in 1988. She was credited with a very strong performance in a local all-candidates debate, and some of her more enthusiastic supporters speculated that she could finish in second place. [5 ] In the event, she received 1,896 votes (4.07%), finishing fourth against [6 ] Progressive Conservative incumbent Louis Plamondon. [2 ]
References [ edit ]
^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: ANJOU--RIVIÈRE-DES-PRAIRIES (1988/11/21), Parliament of Canada, accessed 12 October 2011.
^ a b c Report of the Chief Electoral Officer, Thirty-fourth General Election, 1988.
^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: PAPINEAU--SAINT-MICHEL (1988/11/21), Parliament of Canada, accessed 2 September 2011.
^ Official Results, City of Montreal
^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: RICHELIEU (1988/11/21), Parliament of Canada, accessed 13 August 2009.
^ Agnès Gruda, "Une verte qui grimpe [dans Richelieu]", La Presse, 17 November 1988, B5.