Rudolph Zander

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Rudolph Zander
MLA for Drayton Valley
In office
1971–1979
Succeeded by Shirley Cripps
Personal details
Born (1915-07-21)July 21, 1915
Tomahawk, Alberta
Died October 4, 1996(1996-10-04) (aged 81)
Alberta, Canada
Political party Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta
Children three
Occupation farmer

Rudolph "Rusty" Zander (July 21, 1915 – October 4, 1996) was a politician from Alberta, Canada.

Rudolph ran in the 1963 Alberta general election under the Alberta Unity Movement banner in the electoral district of Stony Plain. He was easily defeated by longtime Social Credit incumbent Cornelia Wood coming in 4th.

Rudolph would run again in the 1971 Alberta general election this time as a Progressive Conservative in the new electoral district of Drayton Valley. He won the election with a comfortable margin over the Social Credit candidate. In the 1975 Alberta general election Rudolph would steam roll over his opponents to win a second term in office.[1]

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