Kevin Krueger

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Kevin Krueger
Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly
for Kamloops-South Thompson
In office
May 12, 2009 – May 14, 2013
Preceded by Riding Established
Succeeded by Todd Stone
Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly
for Kamloops-North Thompson
In office
May 28, 1996 – May 12, 2009
Preceded by Frederick H. Jackson
Succeeded by Terry Lake
Personal details
Born 1955/1956 (age 61–62)[1]
Political party BC Liberal

Kevin Krueger (born 1955 or 1956) is a former BC Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly, in the province of British Columbia, Canada. He represented the riding of Kamloops-North Thompson from 1996 to 2009, and Kamloops-South Thompson from 2009 to 2013.[2] Prior to entering provincial politics, he was a candidate for the federal Liberals in the 1993 federal election.

Before entering politics, Krueger worked for the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia for twenty years.[3]

He was a member of the Executive Council of British Columbia as Minister of Social Development, as Minister of Tourism, Culture and the Arts, as Minister of Community Development and as Minister of State for Mining.[3]

Electoral history[edit]

Canadian federal election, 1993
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
New Democratic Nelson Riis 15,182 36.62 -15.68
Reform Keith Raddatz 10,957 26.43 +25.27
Liberal Kevin Krueger 10,040 24.22 +11.06
Progressive Conservative Frank Coldicott 3,526 8.50 -23.90
National Kathrine Wunderlich 1,398 3.37
Libertarian Randall Edge 152 0.37
Natural Law Mark McCooey 122 0.29
Canada Party Marion Munday 43 0.10
Independent Thomas Brown 40 0.10
Total valid votes 41,460 100.0  
New Democratic hold Swing -20.48

References[edit]

  1. ^ Krueger starts new career The Times [Clearwater, B.C] 25 Jan 2015.
  2. ^ "B.C. bellwether Kamloops leans Liberal once again". The Vancouver Sun. 13 May 2009. Archived from the original on 28 June 2011. Retrieved 17 March 2011. 
  3. ^ a b "MLA: Kevin Krueger". Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Retrieved 2012-03-07.