Regina Walsh Acres

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Regina Walsh Acres
Saskatchewan electoral district
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Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
MLA
 
 
 
Warren Steinley
Saskatchewan
District created 1967
as "Regina North West"
First contested 1967
Last contested 2016
Demographics
Electors 9,382
Census divisions Division 6
Census subdivisions Regina

Regina Walsh Acres is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. Originally created for the 16th Saskatchewan general election in 1967, this constituency has changed boundaries many times.

Today this district includes the Regina neighbourhoods of Normanview, Regent Park, Sherwood-McCarthy, McCarthy Park, and Walsh Acres.

This district was called "Regina North West" until 1995, and "Regina Sherwood" from 1995 to 2003.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

Legislature Years Member Party
Regina North West
16th 1967–1971     Ed Whelan New Democrat
17th 1971–1975
18th 1975–1978
19th 1978
1979–1982 John Solomon New Democrat
20th 1982–1983     Bill Sveinson Progressive Conservative
1983–1985     Liberal
1986     Western Canada Concept
21st 1986–1991     John Solomon New Democrat
22nd 1991–1993
1994–1995     Anita Bergman Liberal
Regina Sherwood
23rd 1995–1999     Lindy Kasperski New Democrat
24th 1999–2003
Regina Walsh Acres
25th 2003–2007     Sandra Morin New Democrat
26th 2007–2011
27th 2011–2016     Warren Steinley Saskatchewan Party
28th 2016–present

Election results[edit]

Saskatchewan general election, 2016
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Saskatchewan Warren Steinley 3,575 51.29 -6.89
New Democratic Gloria Patrick 2,976 42.70 +3.36
Liberal Reina Sinclair 312 4.47 +4.47
Green Leonie Williams 106 1.52 -0.96
Total valid votes 6,969 100.0  
Eligible voters
Source: Elections Saskatchewan[1][2]
Saskatchewan general election, 2011: Regina Walsh Acres
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Saskatchewan Warren Steinley 3,679 58.18 -
  NDP Sandra Morin 2,488 39.34 -22.65
Green Bart Soroka 157 2.48 -0.96
Total 6,324 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 2007: Regina Walsh Acres
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Sandra Morin 3,942 61.99 -0.86
Liberal Marie-France Magnin 2,198 34.57 +24.09
Green Kelsey Pearson 219 3.44 +2.56
Saskatchewan Dan Harder1 - - -
Total 6,359 100.00

1 Dan Harder, the Saskatchewan Party candidate, withdrew his candidacy on October 27, 2007 after the party learned the details of a complaint of inappropriate conduct made against him by employees of Big Brothers of Regina in 2006 while he was executive director of the organization. See Brownlee, Karen (October 29, 2007). "Sask. Party rejects Regina candidate". Regina Leader-Post. 

Saskatchewan general election, 2003: Regina Walsh Acres
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Sandra Morin 4,594 62.85 +12.27
Saskatchewan Mike Shenher 1,693 23.16 -2.20
Liberal Perry Juttla 766 10.48 -11.93
 } Independent Lindy Kasperski1 192 2.63 *
New Green Nigel Taylor 64 0.88 *
Total 7,309 100.00

1 Lindy Kasperski was suspended from the 24th Assembly's NDP caucus after being charged with fraud. Following Kasperski's acquittal, he was offered reinstatement – but refused in the face of a difficult re-nomination fight in this constituency.

Regina Sherwood (1995–2003)[edit]

Saskatchewan general election, 1999: Regina Sherwood
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Lindy Kasperski 3,090 50.58 -12.68
Saskatchewan Arlene Bray 1,549 25.36 *
Liberal Tom Crosby 1,369 22.41 -7.09
  Prog. Conservative George Marcotte 101 1.65 -5.59
Total 6,109 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1995: Regina Sherwood
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Lindy Kasperski 3,951 63.26 +23.38
Liberal Frank Gribbon 1,842 29.50 -27.55
  Prog. Conservative Thomas D. Durbin 452 7.24 +4.17
Total 6,245 100.00

Regina North West (1967–1995)[edit]

February 4, 1994 By-election: Regina North West
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Anita Bergman 2,566 57.05 +28.40
  NDP Kathie Maher-Wolbaum 1,794 39.88 -20.85
  Prog. Conservative Harvey Schmidt 138 3.07 -7.55
Total 4,498 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1991
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP John Solomon 5,660 60.73 +2.46
Liberal Liz Calvert 2,670 28.65 +20.23
  Prog. Conservative Jack Mock 990 10.62 -22.40
Total 9,320 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1986
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP John Solomon 7,970 58.27 +19.97
  Prog. Conservative Alvin Law 4,517 33.02 -24.71
Liberal John MacGowan 1,152 8.42 +6.34
Alliance Bill Sveinson 39 0.29 *
Total 13,678 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1982
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  Prog. Conservative Bill Sveinson 6,797 57.73 +36.95
  NDP John Solomon 4,509 38.30 -9.45
Liberal Adrian McBride 245 2.08 -29.39
Western Canada Concept Les R. Kavanagh 222 1.89 *
Total 11,773 100.00
October 17, 1979 By-election: Regina North West
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP John Solomon 3,354 47.75 -7.12
Liberal Ted Malone 2,211 31.47 +17.27
  Prog. Conservative Philip Lundeen 1,460 20.78 -10.15
Total 7,025 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1978
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Ed Whelan 5,575 54.87 +12.74
  Prog. Conservative Philip Lundeen 3,142 30.93 +4.03
Liberal J. Culliton Poston 1,443 14.20 -16.77
Total 10,160 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1975
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Ed Whelan 3,174 42.13 -22.14
Liberal David Bouchard 2,333 30.97 -4.42
  Prog. Conservative Bill Sveinson 2,027 26.90 -
Total 7,534 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1971
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Ed Whelan 8,805 64.27 +11.94
Liberal David H. Sheard 4,848 35.39 -0.98
Communist Fred J. Schofield 46 0.34 *
Total 13,699 100.00
Saskatchewan general election, 1967
Party Candidate Votes % ±
  NDP Ed Whelan 5,364 52.33 *
Liberal Frank Kleefeld 3,728 36.37 *
  Prog. Conservative George Tkach 1,011 9.86 *
Social Credit H. Kenneth Cooper 147 1.44 *
Total 10,250 100.00

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Register of Official Candidates by Constituency - March 19 - FINAL" (PDF). Elections Saskatchewan. 19 March 2016. Retrieved 23 March 2016. 
  2. ^ "2016 General Election Results". Elections Saskatchewan. 4 April 2016. Retrieved 8 November 2016. 

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