Manitoba Liberal Party candidates, 2003 Manitoba provincial election

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The Manitoba Liberal Party fielded a full slate of 57 candidates in the 2003 provincial election, and won two seats to remain as the third-largest party in the legislature. Some of the party's candidates have their own biography pages; information on others may be found here.

This page also provides information for candidates in by-elections between 2003 and 2007.

Candidates[edit]

Riding
Candidate's Name Notes Residence Occupation Votes % Rank
Arthur-Virden Vaughn Ramsay
Assiniboia Monique Graboski
Brandon East Scott Brigden
Brandon West Candace Sigurdson
Burrows Tony Sanchez
Carman Don Oldcorn
Charleswood Rick Ross
Concordia Tanya Parks
Dauphin-Roblin Joelle Robinson
Elmwood Walt Roberts
Emerson Len Schieman
Flin Flon Garry Zamzow
Fort Garry Taran Malik
Fort Rouge David Henteleff
Fort Whyte Gerry Sankar
Gimli Lynn Clark
Inkster Kevin Lamoureux
Interlake Leslie Jacobson
Kildonan Michael Lazar
Kirkfield Park Brian Head
La Verendrye Paula Ryplanski Marsch
Lac du Bonnet Cheryl Appleyard
Lakeside Louis Allain
Lord Roberts Ali Lamont
The Maples Angelina Olivier-Job
Minnedosa Gordon Powell
Minto Mario Javier
Morris Michael van Walleghem
The Pas Mark Sweeny
Pembina Marilyn Skubovious
Point Douglas Mary Lou Bourgeois
Portage la Prairie Mike Lefebvre
Radisson Murray Cliff
Riel Kristopher Ade
River East Fred Curry
River Heights Jon Gerrard Party leader
Rossmere Sam Bhalesar
Rupertsland Orville Woodford
Russell Joan Clement
St. Boniface Dougald Lamont
St. James Alana McKenzie
St. Johns Ed Kolodziej
St. Norbert Jocelyn Greenwood
St. Vital Justin Beaudry
Ste. Rose Wendy Menzies
Seine River Luciano Vacca
Selkirk Jack Jonasson
Southdale Chuck Mrena
Springfield Vince Boileau
Steinbach Monica Guetre
Swan River Russell McKay
Thompson Myrle Traverse
Transcona Betty Ann Watts
Turtle Mountain Bev Leadbeater
Tuxedo Marla Billinghurst
Wellington Rylan Reed
Wolseley Val Mollison

Byelections[edit]

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