Manitoba general election, 2003

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Manitoba general election, 2003
Manitoba
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57 seats of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
29 seats were needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
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Leader Gary Doer Stuart Murray Jon Gerrard
Party New Democratic Progressive Conservative Liberal
Leader since March 30, 1988 November 4, 2000 October 17, 1998
Leader's seat Concordia Kirkfield Park River Heights
Last election 32 24 1
Seats won 35 20 2
Seat change Increase3 Decrease4 Increase1
Popular vote 195,425 142,967 52,123
Percentage 49.47% 36.19% 13.19%
Swing Increase4.96 points Decrease4.65 points Decrease0.21 points

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Map of Manitoba with the ridings coloured to indicate the winning parties and their popular vote

Premier before election

Gary Doer
New Democratic

Premier-designate

Gary Doer
New Democratic

The Manitoba general election held on June 3, 2003 was held to elect Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Manitoba, Canada. It was won by the New Democratic Party, which won 35 seats out of 57. The Progressive Conservative Party finished second with twenty seats. The Liberal Party won two seats.

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the June 3, 2003 Manitoba Legislature election results
Party Party leader Candidates Seats Popular vote
1999 Dissol. 2003 + / — # % Change
  New Democratic Gary Doer 57 32 31 35 +3 195,425 49.47% +4.96%
  Progressive Conservative Stuart Murray 56 24 23 20 −4 142,967 36.19% −4.65%
  Liberal Jon Gerrard 57 1 1 2 +1 52,123 13.19% −0.21%
Green Markus Buchart 14 0 0 0 3,792 0.96% +0.76%
Communist Darrell Rankin 5 0 0 0 334 0.08% −0.01%
Libertarian Chris Buors 5 0 0 0 248 0.06% -0.07%
  Independents and no affiliation 2 0 1 0 167 0.04% −0.19%
  Vacant 2  
Total 196 57 57 57 397,069 54.17%  
Registered Voters 732,946  

1 One of the two independent candidates is a member of the federal Christian Heritage Party, while the other was formerly a candidate of the Libertarian Party.

Candidates by Riding[edit]

Party key:

(x) denotes incumbent. Election expenditures refer only to candidate expenses.

Northern Manitoba/Parkland[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Dauphin-Roblin[1] Stan Struthers
4602 (54.27%)
Bill Griffin
2979 (35.13%)
Joelle Robinson
683 (8.05%)
Larry Powell
216 (2.55%)
Stan Struthers
Flin Flon[2] Gerard Jennissen
2402 (73.21%)
Lloyd Macdonald
322 (9.81%)
Garry Zamzow
557 (16.98%)
Gerrard Jennissen
Rupertsland[3] Eric Robinson
2203 (87.52%)
Cory Phillips
152 (6.04%)
Orville Woodford
162 (6.44%)
Eric Robinson
Swan River[4] Rosann Wowchuk
4701 (63.00%)
Jason Shaw
2223 (29.79%)
Russell McKay
538 (7.21%)
Rosann Wowchuk
The Pas[5] Oscar Lathlin
3104 (65.61%)
Richard Goudy
791 (16.72%)
Mark Sweeny
836 (17.67%)
Oscar Lathlin
Thompson[6] Steve Ashton
3291 (82.73%)
Bill Archer
532 (13.37%)
Myrle Traverse
155 (3.90%)
Steve Ashton

Westman[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Arthur-Virden[7] Perry Kalynuk
3,219 (41.89%)
Larry Maguire
4,135 (53.80%)
Vaughn Ramsay
331 (4.31%)
Larry Maguire
Brandon East[8] Drew Caldwell
3,870 (62.04%)
Greg Dinsdale
2,036 (32.64%)
Scott Brigden
274 (4.39%)
Lisa Gallagher (Communist)
58 (0.93%)
Drew Caldwell
Brandon West[9] Scott Smith
5,210 (61.02%)
Reg Atkinson
2,982 (34.93%)
Candace Sigurdson
346 (4.05%)
Scott Smith
Minnedosa[10] Harvey Paterson
3,247 (47.19%)
Leanne Rowat
3,259 (47.37%)
Gordon Powell
268 (3.90%)
Colin Atkins (Independent)
106 (1.54%)
Harold Gilleshammer
Russell[11] Don Yanick
3,208 (40.78%)
Len Derkach
4,087 (51.96%)
Joan Clement
571 (7.26%)
Len Derkach

Central Manitoba[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Carman[12] Bill Harrison
1,445 (21.27%)
Denis Rocan
3,523 (51.86%)
Don Oldcorn
1,825 (26.87%)
Denis Rocan
Gimli[13] Peter Bjornson
5,500 (56.56%)
Vern Sabeski
3,651 (37.54%)
Lynn Clark
574 (5.90%)
Ed Helwer
Interlake[14] Tom Nevakshonoff
3,858 (63.76%)
Betty Green
1,796 (29.68%)
Leslie Jacobson
397 (6.56%)
Tom Nevakshonoff
Lakeside[15] Robert Marshall
3,015 (38.85%)
Ralph Eichler
4,110 (52.96%)
Louis Allain
636 (8.19%)
Harry Enns
Morris[16] John Auger
1,588 (22.71%)
Mavis Taillieu
3,996 (57.16%)
Michael van Walleghem
1,407 (20.13%)
Frank Pitura
Pembina[17] Mary Johnson
877 (14.24%)
Peter George Dyck
4,694 (76.24%)
Marilyn Skubovious
505 (8.20%)
Aaron Crossman (Communist)
81 (1.32%)
Peter George Dyck
Portage la Prairie[18] Bob Kriski
3,023 (42.73%)
David Faurschou
3,524 (49.82%)
Mike Lefebvre
527 (7.45%)
David Faurschou
Selkirk[19] Greg Dewar
4,580 (62.69%)
Doug Neal
1,257 (17.20%)
Jack Jonasson
1,469 (20.11%)
Greg Dewar
Ste. Rose[19] John Harapiak
2,301 (35.14%)
Glen Cummings
3,709 (56.64%)
Wendy Menzies
538 (8.22%)
Glen Cummings†
Turtle Mountain[20] Lonnie Patterson
1,893 (28.72%)
Merv Tweed
3,956 (60.01%)
Bev Leadbeater
743 (11.27%)
Merv Tweed

Eastman[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Emerson Luc Gendreau
1,137 (19.25%)
Jack Penner
3,509 (59.41%)
Len Schieman
1,260 (21.34%)
Jack Penner
Lac du Bonnet Michael Hameluck
3,875 (45.35%)
Gerald Hawranik
4,380 (51.26%)
Cheryl Appleyard
290 (3.39%)
Gerald Hawranik
La Verendrye Ron Lemieux
3,881 (58.07%)
Gerard Simard
2,310 (34.57%)
Paula Ryplanski Marsch
492 (7.36%)
Ron Lemieux
Springfield Georgine Spooner
2,512 (30.97%)
Ron Schuler
4,917 (60.62%)
Vince Boileau
682 (8.41%)
Ron Schuler
Steinbach Bonnie Schmidt
875 (15.24%)
Kelvin Goertzen
4,284 (74.63%)
Monica Guetre
455 (7.93%)
Connie Jantz
126 (2.20%)
Jim Penner

Northwest Winnipeg[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Burrows Doug Martindale
4,004 (69.01%)
Derek Lambert
423 (7.29%)
Tony Sanchez
1,252 (21.58%)
Catherine Johannson
123 (2.12%)
Doug Martindale
Inkster Mario Santos
2,851 (41.46%)
Michael Ledarney
251 (3.65%)
Kevin Lamoureux
3,671 (53.39%)
Mario Ducusin
103 (1.50%)
Becky Barrett
Kildonan Dave Chomiak
5,123 (70.13%)
Garreth McDonald
1,100 (15.06%)
Michael Lazar
942 (12.90%)
Frank Luschak
140 (1.92%)
Dave Chomiak
Point Douglas George Hickes
2,877 (74.86%)
Wyatt McIntyre
337 (8.77%)
Mary Lou Bourgeois
547 (14.23%)
Darrell Rankin (Communist)
82 (2.14%)
George Hickes
St. Johns Gord Mackintosh
4,224 (72.40%)
Ray Garnett
612 (10.49%)
Ed Kolodziej
745 (12.77%)
Alon Weinberg
221 (3.79%)
Chris Buors (Libertarian)
32 (0.55%)
Gord Mackintosh
The Maples Cris Aglugub
3,781 (68.12%)
Tammy Witko
885 (15.94%)
Angelina Olivier-Job
885 (15.94%)
Cris Aglugub
Wellington Conrad Santos
3,119 (73.96%)
Jon Penner
413 (9.79%)
Rylan Reed
640 (15.18%)
Glen Wreggitt (Communist)
45 (1.07%)
Conrad Santos

Northeast Winnipeg[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Concordia Gary Doer
4,450 (76.67%)
Conor Lloyd
935 (16.11%)
Tanya Parks
419 (7.22%)
Gary Doer
Elmwood Jim Maloway
3,954 (65.92%)
Bryan McLeod
1,229 (20.49%)
Walt Roberts
748 (12.47%)
Gavin Whittaker (Libertarian)
67 (1.12%)
Jim Maloway
Radisson Bidhu Jha
3,888 (52.45%)
Linda West
2,901 (39.13%)
Murray Cliff
624 (8.42%)
Bidhu Jha
River East Doug Longstaffe
4,402 (45.75%)
Bonnie Mitchelson
4,935 (51.28%)
Fred Curry
286 (2.97%)
Bonnie Mitchelson
Rossmere Harry Schellenberg
5,057 (65.55%)
Virginia Larsson
2,296 (29.76%)
Sam Bhalesar
362 (4.69%)
Harry Schellenberg†
St. Boniface Greg Selinger
4,904 (74.34%)
Dan Zahari
741 (11.23%)
Dougald Lamont
952 (14.43%)
Greg Selinger
Transcona Daryl Reid
4,414 (69.48%)
Nansy Marsiglia
915 (14.40%)
Betty Ann Watts
1,024 (16.12%)
Daryl Reid

West Winnipeg[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Assiniboia Jim Rondeau
5,147 (63.05%)
Dennis Wishanski
2,257 (27.65%)
Monique Graboski
657 (8.05%)
Jessie Tottle
102 (1.25%)
Jim Rondeau
Charleswood Mel Willis
1,436 (17.52%)
Myrna Driedger
3,961 (48.32%)
Rick Ross
2,800 (34.16%)
Myrna Driedger
Kirkfield Park Dennis Kshyk
2,855 (31.06%)
Stuart Murray
4,294 (46.72%)
Brian Head
2,042 (22.22%)
Stuart Murray
St. James Bonnie Korzeniowski
3,982 (53.68%)
Cliff Allbutt
2,473 (33.34%)
Alana McKenzie
963 (12.98%)
Bonnie Korzeniowski
Tuxedo[21] Sonia Taylor
2,023 (25.36%)
Heather Stefanson
4,213 (52.81%)
Marla Billinghurst
1,741 (21.83%)
Heather Stefanson

Central Winnipeg[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Fort Rouge Tim Sale
4,118 (57.64%)
Mark Francis
1,409 (19.72%)
David Henteleff
1,212 (16.96%)
Mikel Magnusson
355 (4.97%)
Jim Weidman (Libertarian)
51 (0.71%)
Tim Sale
Lord Roberts Diane McGifford
4,352 (61.99%)
Andrew Hymers
1,179 (16.79%)
Ali Lamont
982 (13.99%)
Vere Scott
442 (6.29%)
Andy Caisse (Libertarian)
66 (0.94%)
Diane McGifford
Minto MaryAnn Mihychuk
3,586 (69.47%)
David Laurence
626 (12.13%)
Mario Javier
685 (13.27%)
Joan Johannson
197 (3.81%)
Cheryl-Anne Carr (Communist)
68 (1.32%)
MaryAnn Mihychuk
River Heights Kristin Bingeman
1,824 (19.74%)
Mike Radcliffe
2,675 (28.95%)
Jon Gerrard
4,500 (48.70%)
Linda Goosen
209 (2.26%)
Clancy Smith (Libertarian)
32 (0.35%)
Jon Gerrard
Wolseley Rob Altemeyer
3,482 (56.90%)
Ashley Burner
679 (11.09%)
Val Mollison
766 (12.52%)
Markus Buchart
1,193 (19.49%)
Jean Friesen

South Winnipeg[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  NDP   PC   Liberal   Green Other
Fort Garry Kerri Irvin-Ross
3,852 (46.75%)
Joy Smith
3,765 (45.69%)
Taran Malik
562 (6.82%)
Didz Zuzens (Independent)
61 (1.12%)
Joy Smith
Fort Whyte Janine Ballingall Scotten
2,647 (28.13%)
John Loewen
4,960 (52.71%)
Gerry Sankar
1,803 (19.16%)
John Loewen
Riel Christine Melnick
4,455 (54.03%)
Shirley Render
3,119 (37.83%)
Kristopher Ade
671 (8.14%)
Linda Asper
Seine River Theresa Oswald
4,314 (51.06%)
Louise Dacquay
3,582 (42.40%)
Luciano Vacca
553 (6.54%)
Louise Dacquay
Southdale Carolyn Frost
3,123 (36.04%)
Jack Reimer
4,422 (51.03%)
Chuck Mrena
1,120 (12.93%)
Jack Reimer
St. Norbert Marilyn Brick
3,355 (48.68%)
Marcel Laurendeau
2,610 (37.87%)
Jocelyn Greenwood
741 (10.75%)
Keith Barber
186 (2.70%)
Marcel Laurendeau
St. Vital Nancy Allan
4,409 (63.43%)
Kirsty Reilly
1,656 (23.82%)
Justin Beaudry
707 (10.17%)
Nelson Morrison
179 (2.58%)
Nancy Allan

Post-election changes[edit]


Manitoba provincial by-election, June 22, 2004: Minto
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
New Democratic Andrew Swan 2,848 54.69 $14,208.77
Liberal Wayne Helgason 1,616 31.03 $9,826.24
     Progressive Conservative David Laurence 631 12.12 $41.20
Communist Cheryl-Anne Carr 113 2.17 $0.00
Total valid votes 5,208 100.00
Rejected ballots 43
Turnout 5,251 47.18
Registered voters 11,129


Manitoba provincial by-election, July 2, 2004: Turtle Mountain
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Cliff Cullen 3,632 63.01 $11,273.31
Liberal Bev Leadbeter 1,084 18.81 $2,256.63
New Democratic Betty Storie 1,048 18.18 $12,037.72
Total valid votes 5,764 100.00
Rejected ballots 12
Turnout 5,778 47.10
Registered voters 12,267
  • John Loewen (Fort Whyte) resigned his seat on September 26, 2005 to campaign for the Canadian House of Commons. A by-election was held on December 16, 2005, to determine his successor.


Manitoba provincial by-election, December 16, 2005: Fort Whyte
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Hugh McFadyen 3,542 52.26 −0.45 $27,219.00
New Democratic Christina McDonald 1,650 24.34 −3.79 $18,333.89
Liberal Jean Paterson 1,466 21.63 +2.47 $6,134.47
Green Shelagh Pizey-Allen 120 1.77 $233.71
Total valid votes 6,778 100.00
Rejected ballots 6
Turnout 6,784 38.07 −18.54
Registered voters 17,820

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Roblin Results Summary". Elections Manitoba. Retrieved February 21, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Flin Flon — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  3. ^ "Rupertsland — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  4. ^ "Swan River — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  5. ^ "The Pas — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  6. ^ "Thompson — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  7. ^ "Arthur Virden — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  8. ^ "Brandon East — Official Results — 2003 Provincial General Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  9. ^ "Brandon West — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  10. ^ "Minnedosa — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  11. ^ "Russell — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  12. ^ "Carman — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  13. ^ "Gimli — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  14. ^ "Interlake — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  15. ^ "Lakeside — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  16. ^ "Morris — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  17. ^ "Pembina — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  18. ^ "Portage la Prairie — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  19. ^ a b "Selkirk — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Elections". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  20. ^ "Turtle Mountain — Official Results - 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 
  21. ^ "Tuxedo — Official Results — 2003 Provincial Election". Electionsmanitoba.ca. 2003-06-03. Retrieved 2011-08-16. 

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