Russ Marchuk

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Russ Marchuk
MLA in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
In office
Preceded by Dwain Lingenfelter
Succeeded by Nicole Sarauer
Constituency Regina Douglas Park
Personal details
Born September 1946 (age 70)
Regina, Saskatchewan
Political party Saskatchewan Party
Alma mater University of Regina
Occupation educator

Russ Marchuk (born September 1946) is a Canadian politician, who was the Saskatchewan Party member elected to the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 2011 election for the riding of Regina Douglas Park.[1] Marchuk won the seat by ousting Saskatchewan New Democratic Party leader Dwain Lingenfelter in his own riding by a shocking 10-point margin.[2] He retired in 2016.[3]