William Campbell (Canadian politician)

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William "Bill" Campbell
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Sarnia—Lambton
In office
22 May 1979 – 18 February 1980
Preceded by Bud Cullen
Succeeded by Bud Cullen
Personal details
Born 1929
Sarnia, Ontario
Political party Progressive Conservative
Profession Politician, Process Operator, Farmer

William (Bill) Campbell (born 1929) was a Progressive Conservative party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was a process operator and farmer by career.

Campbell was a municipal politician in Sarnia Township (today part of the city of Sarnia), initially as a Councillor from 1970 to 1978, then from 1979 to 1980 as Deputy Reeve.

He was a member of the 31st Canadian Parliament after defeating Liberal candidate Bud Cullen at the Sarnia riding in the 1979 federal election. Campbell's term was short as Cullen won his parliamentary seat back in the 1980 election.

Electoral record[edit]


Canadian federal election, 1980
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Bud Cullen 16,275 40.6% +5.9%
Progressive Conservative Bill Campbell 13,986 34.9% -5.1%
New Democratic Wally Krawczyk 9,809 24.4% -0.9%
Marxist–Leninist Pedro Villamizar 52 0.1%
Total valid votes 40,122 100.0%

Source: Elections Canada

Canadian federal election, 1979
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Progressive Conservative Bill Campbell 15,990 40.0% +13.7%
Liberal Bud Cullen 13,872 34.7% -22.0%
New Democratic Wally Krawczyk 10,148 25.4% +8.3%
Total valid votes 40,010 100.0%

Source: Elections Canada

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