Yukon general election, 1992

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Yukon general election, 1992
Yukon
← 1989 October 19, 1992 1996 →

17 seats of the Yukon Legislative Assembly
9 seats were needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader John Ostashek Tony Penikett Paul Thériault
Party Yukon Party New Democratic Liberal
Leader's seat Porter Creek North Whitehorse West
Last election 7 9 0
Seats won 7 6 1
Seat change 0 Decrease3 Increase1
Percentage 35.9% 35.1% 16.1%

Premier before election

Tony Penikett
New Democratic

Premier-designate

John Ostashek
Yukon Party

The 1992 Yukon general election was held on October 19, 1992 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Yukon, Canada. It was won by the Yukon Party.[1]

Results by party[edit]

Party Party Leader # of cands Seats
Before After % of vote
Yukon Party John Ostashek 14 7 7 35.9
NDP Tony Penikett 17 9 6 35.1
Independent 7 0 3 12.9
Liberal Paul Thériault 14 0 1 16.1
Total   52 16 17 100

Yukon Votes 1992[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Yukon   Liberal   NDP Other
Faro Jim McLachlan
337
Trevor Harding
388
Maurice Byblow
Klondike David Millar
409
Art Webster
355
Art Webster
Kluane Bill Brewster
377
Wolf Riedl
256
Bill Brewster
Lake Laberge Mickey Fisher
345
Bonnie Hurlock
210
Sandra Gibbs
192
Chris Gladish
223
new district
McIntyre-Takhini Scott Howell
290
Larry Bill
126
Piers McDonald
313
new district
Mayo-Tatchun Si Mason-Wood
264
Roddy Blackjack
99
Danny Joe
297
new district
Mount Lorne Chuck Walker
302
Roger Moore
89
Lois Moorcroft
316
Barb Harris
202
new district
Porter Creek North John Ostashek
474
Eldon Organ
125
Carl Rumscheidt
301
new district
Porter Creek South Shayne Fairman
261
Brian McLaughlin
240
Alan Nordling
435
new district
Riverdale North Doug Phillips
557
Lesley Cabott
106
Lucy Van Oldenbarneveld
292
Doug Phillips
Riverdale South Dale Stokes
293
Paul Thériault
48
Maurice Byblow
242
Bea Firth
384
Bea Firth
Riverside Nancy Huston
265
Jack Cable
291
Joyce Hayden
212
new district
Ross River-Southern Lakes Jim Smarch
45
Sam Johnston
234
Willard Phelps
338
Timothy Cant
92
new district
Vuntut Gwitchin Johnny Abel
96
Grafton Njootli
56
Norma Kassi
Watson Lake John Devries
485
Ron Lutz
56
Karel Kauppinen
285
John Devries
Whitehorse Centre Chuck Rear
286
Phil Wheelton
191
Margaret Commodore
288
Margaret Commodore
Whitehorse West Bob Bruneau
232
Shaun Patrick Dennehy
114
Tony Penikett
304
Bernd Schmidt
12
Tony Penikett

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ostashek urges Yukon electoral reform". CBC. September 14, 2006. Retrieved May 17, 2012.