Surrey-Green Timbers

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Surrey-Green Timbers
British Columbia electoral district
BC 2015 Surrey-Green Timbers.png
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
MLA
 
 
 
Rachna Singh
New Democratic
Demographics
Population (2001) 53,132
Area (km²) 16.80
Pop. density (per km²) 3,162.6
Census divisions Metro Vancouver
Census subdivisions Surrey

Surrey-Green Timbers is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada.

Demographics[edit]

Population, 2001 53,132
Population Change, 1996–2001 6.7%
Area (km²) 16.80
Pop. Density (people per km²) 3,163

Geography[edit]

1999 Redistribution[edit]

History[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
See Surrey-Guildford-Whalley 1986-1991
35th 1991–1996 Sue Hammell NDP
36th 1996–2001
37th 2001–2005 Brenda Locke Liberal
38th 2005–2009 Sue Hammell NDP
39th 2009–2013
40th 2013–2017
41st 2017–present Rachna Singh NDP

Member of Legislative Assembly[edit]

The current MLA is Rachna Singh, a member of the New Democratic Party of British Columbia who was elected in 2017.

Election results[edit]

British Columbia general election, 2017
Party Candidate Votes %
New Democratic Rachna Singh 8,280 58.19
Liberal Brenda Locke 4,711 33.11
Green Saira Aujla 1,017 7.15
No affiliation Vikram Bajwa 155 1.09
Your Political Party Kanwaljit Singh Moti 66 0.46
Total valid votes 14,229 100.00
Source: Elections BC[1]
British Columbia general election, 2013
Party Candidate Votes %
New Democratic Sue Hammell 9386 58.06
Liberal Amrik Tung 5581 34.52
Green Richard Hosein 655 4.05
Conservative Lisa Maharaj 444 2.75
Vision Harjit Singh Heir 101 0.62
Total valid votes 16167 100.00
Total rejected ballots 194 1.19
Turnout 16361 52.32
Source: Elections BC[2]
British Columbia general election, 2009
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
New Democratic Sue Hammell 10,965 72.73 +11.91
Liberal Rani Mangat 3,624 24.03 −8.51
Green Dan Kashagama 488 3.24 −1.20
Total 15,077 100.00
British Columbia general election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
New Democratic Sue Hammell 10,836 60.82 +24.51
Liberal Brenda Locke 5,619 31.54 −17.41
Green Sebastian Sajda 791 4.44
Marijuana Amanda Boggan 225 1.26 −2.39
Emerged Democracy Rob Norberg 151 0.85
Democratic Reform Ravi Chand 142 0.80
Communist Harjit Singh Daudharia 52 0.29 +0.38
Total 17,816 100.00
B.C. General Election 2001: Surrey-Green Timbers
Party Candidate Votes % ± Expenditures
Liberal Brenda Locke 7,539 48.95% +15.16% $46,658
  NDP Sue Hammell 5,592 36.31% -13.80% $37,237
Unity C. Lewis Robinson 1,067 6.93% n/a $7,196
Marijuana Dennis Kalsi 561 3.65% n/a $394
Reform Jim Paterson 538 3.49% -2.28% $3,277
Communist Harjit Singh Daudharia 103 0.67% +0.37% $332
Total valid votes 15,400 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 151 0.98%
Turnout 15,551 66.77%
B.C. General Election 1996: Surrey-Green Timbers
Party Candidate Votes % ± Expenditures
  NDP Sue Hammell 10,278 50.11% +3.95% $36,931
Liberal Bill Phelps 6,930 33.79% +0.47% $39,334
Reform Dominic Darmanin 1,183 5.77% n/a $7,188
Progressive Democrat Gerard Baisch 1,150 5.61% n/a
Family Coalition Gerhard Herwig 255 1.24% n/a $2,120
Green Romeo De La Pena 228 1.11% +0.64% $865
  Progressive Conservative Cliff Blair 179 0.87% n/a
Social Credit Victoria Kedzierski 114 0.56% -19.29% $1,048
  Independent Don Knight 101 0.49% n/a $1,245
Communist George Gidora 62 0.30% n/a $503
  Natural Law Ross Ranger 32 0.16% n/a $110
Total valid votes 20,512 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 254 1.22%
Turnout 20,766 69.40%
B.C. General Election 1991: Surrey-Green Timbers
Party Candidate Votes % ± Expenditures
  NDP Sue Hammell 8,708 46.16% n/a $32,800
Liberal Archibald McMurchy 6,324 33.52% n/a $4,777
Social Credit Russ Burtnick 3,744 19.85% n/a $35,747
Green Gjhrard Baisch 89 0.47% n/a
Total valid votes 18,865 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 512 2.64%
Turnout 19,377 72.04%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2017 Provincial General Election Preliminary Voting Results". Elections BC. Retrieved 11 May 2017. 
  2. ^ "Statement of Votes - 40th Provincial General Election" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved 17 May 2017. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 49°10′19″N 122°50′56″W / 49.172°N 122.849°W / 49.172; -122.849