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For the Canadian politician, see William Johnston Tupper.
He was elected at Nepean—Carleton electoral district in the 1984 federal election, thus he served in the 33rd Canadian Parliament. In the 1988 federal election, he ran in the Nepean riding but was defeated by Beryl Gaffney of the Liberal party.
|Canadian federal election, 1988|
|Progressive Conservative||William Tupper||23,399|
|New Democratic||Bea Murray||6,119|
|Commonwealth of Canada||Debbie Brennan||292|
|Canadian federal election, 1984|
|Progressive Conservative||William Tupper||41,663||55.9||+2.4|
|New Democratic||Bea Murray||11,035||14.8||+2.6|
|Total valid votes||74,491||100.0|
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