Trevor Harding (politician)

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Trevor Harding
MLA for Faro
In office
1992–2000
Preceded by Maurice Byblow
Succeeded by Jim McLachlan
Leader of Official Opposition of Yukon
In office
2000–2000
Preceded by Pat Duncan
Succeeded by Eric Fairclough
Leader of the Yukon New Democratic Party
In office
2000–2000
Preceded by Piers McDonald
Succeeded by Eric Fairclough
Personal details
Born (1965-08-20) August 20, 1965 (age 51)
Shelburne, Nova Scotia
Political party New Democrat

Trevor Harding is a Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of Faro in the Yukon Legislative Assembly from 1992 to 2001.[1]

A member of the Yukon New Democratic Party, he served as the party's interim leader in 2000 following the resignation of Piers McDonald. Following his stint as the party's interim leader, he resigned from the legislature and was succeeded by Jim McLachlan of the Yukon Liberal Party in a by-election.

Following his retirement from politics, Harding moved to Calgary, Alberta and launched Zero Gravity, a marketing and communications company.

Electoral record[edit]

2000 general election[edit]

Faro[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
     NDP Trevor Harding 177 76.6% -17.7%
     Liberal Jim McLachlan 53 22.9% +17.7%
Total 231 100.0%

1996 general election[edit]

Faro[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
     NDP Trevor Harding 530 94.3% +41.1%
     Liberal Ed Peake 29 5.2% -41.0%
Total 562 100.0%

1992 general election[edit]

Faro[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
     NDP Trevor Harding 388 53.2% +10.4%
     Liberal Jim McLachlan 337 46.2% +9.1%
Total 729 100.0%

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lumley, E. (2003). The Canadian Who's who. University of Toronto Press. ISSN 0068-9963. Retrieved 2014-11-16. 
  2. ^ Report of the Chief Electoral Officer of Yukon on the 2000 General Election Elections Yukon, 2000. Retrieved January 22, 2017.
  3. ^ Report of the Chief Electoral Officer of Yukon on the 1996 General Election Elections Yukon, 1996. Retrieved January 22, 2017.
  4. ^ Report of the Chief Electoral Officer of Yukon on the 1992 General Election Elections Yukon, 1992. Retrieved January 22, 2017.

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