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The Alberta general election of 2004 was the twenty-sixth general election for the province of Albertamarker, Canadamarker. It was held on November 22, 2004 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

The election was called on October 25, 2004. Premier Ralph Klein decided to go to the polls earlier than the legislated deadline of March 2006. This election was held in conjunction with the Alberta Senate nominee election, 2004.

When the election was called, it was expected to be anticlimactic, with Klein cruising to his fourth straight majority, the tenth for his Progressive Conservative Party.

Shortly after the drop of the writs, Klein's mother died and all parties suspended their campaigns for several days. After the campaign resumed, Klein avoided making any policy announcements and attended few events. One commentator called it "Kleinfeld: the campaign about nothing" (a reference to the television sitcom Seinfeld). The Liberal Party, which had hoped to hold onto the five seats it had and regain the two seats that it had lost to resignations, began to pick up momentum and became far more optimistic.

In the end, the Conservatives were re-elected, despite losing 11 seats and 15% of the popular vote. The Liberals more than doubled their seats by electing 17 MLA's on election night while dominating Edmontonmarker, and making strong inroads in Calgarymarker. The Alberta New Democrats (NDP) held on to their two seats and gained two more, all in Edmonton. The Conservatives swept rural Alberta except for one seat that went to the Alberta Alliance, which placed second in a number of rural ridings. The Green Party gained in the popular vote, jumping from 0.3% in the 2001 election to 2.8%, and placed third in some places. Also placing second in the riding of Drayton Valley-Calmar ahead of the liberals, It was unable to win any seats, however. Social Credit placed third in a number of ridings, and its leader tied for second in Rocky Mountain House. The Conservative, Liberal and NDP leaders all easily held onto their own seats.

Election night summary

Overall voter turnout was 44.70%.

Party Party leader # of

candidates
Seats Popular vote
2001 Dissolution Elected % Change # % % Change

Progressive Conservative Ralph Klein 83 74 73 622 -15.1% 417,092 46.8% -15.1%

Liberal Kevin Taft 82 7 5 162 +220% 261,471 29.4% +2.1%

New Democratic Party Brian Mason 83 2 2 4 +100% 90,897 10.2% +2.1%

Alberta Alliance Randy Thorsteinson 83 * 1 1 - 77,506 8.7% *

Greens George Read 49 - - - - 24,588 2.8% +2.5%

Social Credit Lavern Ahlstrom 42 - - - - 10,874 1.2% +0.7%

Separation Bruce Hutton 12 * - - - 4,680 0.5% -0.37%1

Alberta Party Bruce Stubbs 4 * - - - 2,485 0.3% *

Independent 10 - - - - 1,009 0.1% -0.9%

Communist Naomi Rankin 2 - - - - 98 <0.1% ~0%
    Vacant * 2  
Total 450 83 83 83 - 890,700 100%  
Note:
* The Alberta Alliance and Alberta Party did not contest the 2001 election.
1 The Separation Party results are compared to the Alberta First Party.
2 A judicial recount changed the results in Edmonton Castle Downs, Liberal. Chris Kibermanis lost to Progressive Conservative Thomas Lukaszuk.


Results by region

Party name Cgy.marker Edm.marker1 Leth.marker R.D.marker North Central South Total

Progressive Conservative Seats: 20 3 1 2 10 19 7 61

Popular vote: 50.5% 31.5% 38.3% 44.1% 55.5% 52.7% 55.1% 46.8%

Liberal Seats: 3 11 1     1   16

Popular vote: 32.1% 40.3% 37.9% 32.5% 19.8% 21.9% 19.1% 29.4%

New Democrats Seats:   4           4

Popular vote: 4.9% 22.0% 8.1% 6.1% 8.6% 7.9% 4.4% 10.2%

Alberta Alliance Seats:             1 1

Popular vote: 6.5% 4.2% 10.2% 14.9% 13.8% 11.3% 13.1% 8.7%
Total seats: 23 18 2 2 10 20 8 83
Parties that won no seats:

Green Popular vote: 5.5% 1.0% 3.1% 1.2% 1.1% 2.5% 2.1% 2.8%

Social Credit Popular vote: 0.3% 0.8% 2.6% - 1.1% 2.3% 2.4% 1.2%

Separation Popular Vote: 0.2% - - 1.3% - 0.9% 2.6% 0.5%

Alberta Party Popular vote: <0.1% - - - - 0.6% 1.3% 0.3%

Communist Popular vote: <0.1% <0.1% - - - - - <0.1%

Independents Popular vote: 0.1% 0.2% - - 0.1% 0.1% - 0.1%


1 "Edmonton" corresponds to only the city of Edmonton. (Only the ridings whose names begin with "Edmonton".) The four suburban ridings around the city as listed below are grouped with Central Alberta in this table.

See also



Results by riding

Results by riding



Party Seats Second Third Fourth
Progressive Conservative 62 20 1 0

Liberal 16 54 12 0

New Democratic Party 4 2 30 21

Alberta Alliance 1 9 33 33

Greens 0 1 8 16

Social Credit 0 1 0 3

Alberta Party 0 0 1 2

Separation 0 0 0 3



Names in bold indicate party leaders and cabinet ministers.

Northern Alberta



Western and Central Alberta



East Central Alberta



Central Edmonton



Suburban Edmonton and Environs

Athabasca-Redwater
Mike Cardinal

5,706
Nicole Belland

3,258
Peter Opryshko

1,407
Sean Whelan

1,174
Luke de Smet

252
Leonard Fish (Soc. Cred.)

179
Mike Cardinal
merged district
Dave Broda
Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock
Ken Kowalski

6,967
Alan Fiebich

2,250
Peggy Kirkeby

1,098
Mike Radojcic

1,012
Carl Haugen (Soc. Cred.)

404
Ken Kowalski
Bonnyville-Cold Lake
Denis Ducharme

3,621
Lloyd Mildon

797
Denise Ogonoski

312
Shane Gervais

955
Denis Ducharme
Dunvegan-Central Peace
Hector Goudreau

3,670
Don Thompson

689
Leon R. Pendleton

446
Dale Lueken

3,332
Lanny Portsmouth (Soc. Cred.)

118
Hector Goudreau
Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo
Guy C. Boutilier

4,429
Russell W. Collicott

1,800
Dave Malka

460
Eugene Eklund

224
Reginald Normore (Ind.)

94
Guy C. Boutilier
Grande Prairie-Smoky
Mel Knight

4,369
Neil Peacock

1,965
Georgina Szoke

724
Hank Rahn

688
Mel Knight
Grande Prairie-Wapiti
Gordon Graydon

4,348
Cibylla Rakestraw

1,677
Jerry Macdonald

972
John Hilton-O'Brien

547
Allan Webber

348
Gordon J. Graydon
Lac La Biche-St. Paul
Ray Danyluk

4,898
Dickson Broomfield

1,877
Phil Goebel

648
Oscar Lacombe

1,703
Ray Danyluk
Lesser Slave Lake
Pearl Calahasen

3,894
Jonathan Pleckaitis

530
Doris Bannister

354
Valerie Rahn

977
Ian Hopfe

254
Pearl Calahasen
Peace River
Frank Oberle

2,888
Adam Bourque

1,101
Stephen Crocker

558
Gary Checknita

541
Patsy Lindberg (Soc. Cred.)

204
Gary Friedel
Banff-Cochrane
Janis Tarchuk

4,236
Ian McDougall

1,649
Melissa Cambridge

468
Bob Argent

476
Chris Foote

1,205
 
Janis Tarchuk
Drayton Valley-Calmar
Tony Abbott

5,231
Laura Higgerty

890
Lynn Oberle

641
Viona Cunningham

764
Edwin Erickson

927
Thomas Cliff (Soc. Cred.)

244

Elmer Knopp (Ind.)

115
Tony Abbott
Foothills-Rocky View
Ted Morton

6,770
Herb Coburn

1,954
Roland Schmidt

232
Jason Herasemluk

1,081
Shelley Willson

1,186
new district
Innisfail-Sylvan Lake
Luke Ouellette

6,206
Garth Davis

1,816
Chris Janke

585
Randy Thorsteinson

2,242
 
Wilf Tricker (Soc. Cred.)

349
Luke Ouellette
Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills
Richard Marz

7,277
Tony Vonesch

1,336
Christopher Davies

257
Gordon Quantz

2,021
Sarah Henckel-Sutmoller

469
Brian Vasseur (Sep. Pty.)

746

Myrna Kissick (Soc. Cred.)

143
Richard Marz
Red Deer North
Mary Anne Jablonski

3,736
Norm McDougall

2,640
Steven Bedford

430
Rand Sisson

1,660
Colin Fisher

244
 
Mary Anne Jablonski
Red Deer South
Victor Doerksen

5,371
Walter Kubanek

4,073
Jeff Sloychuk

836
Patti Argent

1,418
 
Judy Milne (Sep. Pty.)

261
Victor Doerksen
Rocky Mountain House
Ty Lund

5,773
Susan M. Scott

1,267
Anthony Jones

300
Ed Wilhite

810
Jennifer Isaac

337
Lavern J. Ahlstrom (Soc. Cred.)

1,267

Bruce Hutton (Sep. Pty.)

505
Ty Lund
Stony Plain
Fred Lindsay

5,644
Bill Fraser

3,402
Ruth Yanor

1,375
Marilyn Burns

1,878
 
Henry Neumann (Soc. Cred.)

245
Stan Woloshyn
West Yellowhead
Ivan Strang

3,769
Rob Jolly

1,682
Barry Madsen

1,783
Earl Cunningham

615
Monika Schaefer

360
 
Ivan Strang
Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
George VanderBurg

5,071
George Higgerty

1,219
Leah Redmond

996
David Dow

2,333
 
 
George VanderBurg
Battle River-Wainwright
Doug Griffiths

6,409
Gordon Rogers

1,069
Len Legault

616
Orest Werzak

1,440
 
Robin Skitteral (Soc. Cred.)

319
Doug Griffiths
Drumheller-Stettler
Shirley McClellan

6,770
 
Richard Bough

890
Dave France

1,413
 
Eileen Walker (Alberta Pty.)

616

Dave Carnegie (Separation)

465

Mary-Lou Kloppenburg (Soc. Cred.)

279
Shirley McClellan
Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville
Ed Stelmach

6,160
Peter Schneider

3,160
Wes Buyarski

1,633
Byron King

1,411
 
Mark R. Patterson (Soc. Cred.)

379
Ed Stelmach
Lacombe-Ponoka
Ray Prins

6,919
Glen Simmonds

2,218
Jim Graves

1,124
Ed Klop

2,349
 
Teena Cormack (Soc. Cred.)

467
Judy Gordon
merged district
Halvar Jonson
Leduc-Beaumont-Devon
George Rogers

6,809
Joyce Assen

3,425
Katie Oppen

904
Dave Dalke

1,140
Stephen Lindop

381
Karen Richert (Soc. Cred.)

249
Albert Klapstein
Vermilion-Lloydminster
Lloyd Snelgrove

5,464
Patricia Thomas

706
Ray Stone

553
David Benoit

2,437
 
 
Lloyd Snelgrove
Wetaskiwin-Camrose
LeRoy Johnson

6,177
Keith Elliott

2,713
Clay Lawson

908
Dale Trefz

1,193
 
Janice H. Wolter (Soc. Cred.)

309
LeRoy Johnson
Edmonton Beverly Clareview
Julius Yankowsky

3,059
Sam Parmar

1,166
Ray Martin

5,268
Phil Gamache

457
Benoit Couture

141
Ken Shipka (Soc. Cred.)

283
Julius Yankowsky
Edmonton Centre
Don Weideman

2,622
Laurie Blakeman

6,236
Mary Elizabeth Archer

1,538
Tony Caterina

264
David J. Parker

336
Linda Clements (Soc. Cred.)

111
Laurie Blakeman
Edmonton-Glenora
Drew Hutton

3,758
Bruce Miller

4,610
Larry Booi

4,059
Blaine Currie

307
Peter Johnston

272
Walter Schachenhofer (Soc. Cred.)

112
Drew Hutton
Edmonton Gold Bar
Manjit Dhaliwal

2,574
Hugh MacDonald

8,794
Keith Turnbull

1,966
Delmar Hunt

538
 
Dave Dowling (Ind.)

167
Hugh MacDonald
Edmonton Highlands-Norwood
Terry Martiniuk

2,209
Jason Manzevich

1,035
Brian Mason

6,053
Ray Loyer

315
 
Dale W. Ferris (Ind.)

66
Brian Mason
Edmonton Mill Creek
Gene Zwozdesky

5,071
Aman Gill

4,286
Nathan Taylor

1,709
Robert Alford

523
Eric Steiglitz

386
Cameron Johnson (Ind.)

72
Gene Zwozdesky
Edmonton Mill Woods
Naresh Bhardwaj

2,989
Weslyn Mather

5,014
Lloyd Nelson

1,565
Charles Relland

816
 
Naomi Rankin (Communist)

42
Don Massey
Edmonton Riverview
Fred Horne

3,571
Kevin Taft

10,279
Donna Martyn

1,053
David Edgar

315
John Lackey

355
Dave W. Power (Soc. Cred.)

111
Kevin Taft
Edmonton Rutherford
Ian McClelland

4,173
Rick Miller

7,217
George A. Slade

995
R. J. (Bob) Ewart

516
 
Anit Ashmore (Soc. Cred.)

210
Ian McClelland
Edmonton-Strathcona
Shannon Stubbs

2,256
Steven Leard

1,850
Raj Pannu

7,430
Jeremy Burns

275
Adrian Cole

287
Kelly Graham (Soc. Cred.)

162
Raj Pannu
Edmonton-Calder
Brent Rathgeber

3,680
Brad Smith

3,028
David Eggen

4,055
Vicki Kramer

526
 
 
Brent Rathgeber
Edmonton Castle Downs

Southern Alberta



Suburban Calgary



Central Calgary



Electoral re-distribution

Alberta's electoral laws fix the number of legislature seats at 83. As a result of the Alberta Electoral Boundary Re-distribution, 2004, Calgarymarker gained two seats.Edmontonmarker lost one seat, and one "special consideration" division was eliminated.Dunvegan-Central Peaceis the sole remaining "special" division - due to its isolation, it is allowed to have a population below 75% of the provincial average. Lesser Slave Lakeis now considered to be a standard ruraldivision as its boundaries were re-drawn so that its population is slightly above 75% of the provincial average. One urbanizeddivision outside Calgary and Edmonton was added, and two rural seats were eliminated.

Political parties

For this election, there were 11 political partiesregistered with Elections Alberta. See also: List of Alberta political parties.

Parties that elected MLAs in the previous election

The parties are listed in descending order of number of MLAs elected in 2001.

Progressive Conservative Party

Leader: Ralph Klein

In the 2001 election, the Progressive Conservativesrecorded a result that was comparable to those achieved in their years of dominance under Peter Lougheed. The Toriesreceived 627,252 out of 1,013,152 votes cast and won 74 seats, gaining 11 seats over and above their 1997 result at the expense of the Liberals. This result was achieved due to a resurgence of the party in Edmonton, where the Tories won a majority of seats for the first time since 1982. Premier Ralph Klein easily retained his Calgary-Elbowseat.

On April 8, 2002, Doug Griffiths retained the Tories' seat in Wainwrightmarker in the only by-election held since the 2001 election, albeit with a substantially reduced plurality.The Tories lost only one seat since the 2001 election, after Edmonton-Norwood MLA Gary Masykcrossed the floorto join the Alberta Alliance. As expected, the Tories nominated a full slate of candidates for the 2004 election.

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Liberal Party

Leader: Kevin Taft

The 2001 election was generally regarded to be as a disaster for the Liberals. Although the Liberals retained Official Oppositionstatus and received 276,854 votes, the party lost 11 seats to the Tories and won only seven seats, six of them in Edmonton. Leader Nancy Macbetheven lost her own seat in Edmonton-McClung - she resigned days after the election and was replaced by Ken Nicol, the Opposition's sole representative outside the capital.

Nicol eventually resigned as MLA for Lethbridge East and as Leader of the Oppositionto run (unsuccessfully) for the Liberalsin the federal election, as did Edmonton-Ellerslie MLA Debby Carlson. These seats remained vacant through dissolution. The Liberals were led in the 2004 election by Edmonton-Riverview MLA Kevin Taft, who was elected to the position in March 2004. The Liberals had 82 candidates in the 2004 election - they were absent from the ballot in Drumheller-Stettler after failing to file papers for their expected candidate, Don McMannbefore the deadline.

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New Democratic Party

Leader: Brian Mason

In 2001, the New Democratswere unable to claim Official Opposition status from the floundering Liberals, but Leader Raj Pannumanaged to hold the party's two existing seats—Pannu's own in Edmonton—Strathconaand Brian Mason's seat in Edmonton Highlands(later merged into Edmonton Highlands-Norwood). The “NDs”, as they were then known, received 81,339 votes. Pannu resigned the leadership in July 2004, with Mason filling the role of interim leader before being elected to that position in September 2004. The party has also ceased abbreviating its name as "ND in favour of the more traditional “NDP” abbreviation. The NDP nominated a full slate of candidates for the 2004 election.

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Other registered parties

The parties are listed in descending order of number of candidates nominated in 2004.

Alberta Alliance

Leader: Randy Thorsteinson

The Alberta Alliancewas registered in October 2002 and held its founding convention in February 2003. Its leader, Randy Thorsteinson had led Social Credit through a modest rebirth before quitting that party in April 1999. The party's sole MLA, Gary Masyk (Edmonton-Norwood) crossed the floor from the governing Progressive Conservatives on June 29, 2004. The Alliance nominated a full slate of candidates for the 2004 election, the only other party besides the Tories and the NDP to do so.

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Greens

Leader: George Read

Also known as the "Green Party of Alberta", the Alberta Greens ran 10 candidates in the 2001 election, who combined for 2,850 votes. In the 2004 election, the Greens nominated 49 candidates - more than 4 times the highest number of candidates they had previously run in an election.

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Social Credit Party

Leader: Lavern Ahlstrom

Prior to the 2001 election, the Social Credit Partywas in turmoil following the departure of party leader Randy Thorsteinson. Under Lavern Ahlstrom, the party nominated 12 candidates in the 2001 election (down from 70 in 1997), and received 5,361 votes (down from 64,667). The party had 42 candidates for the 2004 election.

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Separation Party

Interim Leader: Bruce Hutton

The Separation Party of Albertawas founded in June 2004 taking over the rights of the Alberta First Party. Bruce Hutton became interim leader. As a separatistparty, it is the separatist successor to the Alberta Independence Party, which ran some independent candidates in the 2001 election, but never achieved official party status. The separatist cause was first taken up by the Western Canada Conceptin the early 1980s when Gordon Keslerwon a by-election. The Separation Party had 12 candidates in the 2004 election. See Alberta separatism.

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Alberta Party

Leader: Bruce Stubbs

The Alberta Partydid not nominate any candidates in 2001, but nominated four candidates for the 2004 election.

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Communist Party

Leader: Naomi Rankin

The Communist Partynominated two candidates in the 2001 election, who combined for 117 votes. They ran two candidates in the 2004 election.

The Equity Party

Leader: Emil van der Poorten

The The Equity Partyran no candidates in this election, The party was de-registered after the Alberta government amended the Elections Act to force a party to run at least one candidate, the party failed to field a candidate and was de-registered.

Reform Party

Leader: David Salmon

The Alberta Party, Equity Party and the Reform Partydid not run any candidates in the 2001 election. The Equity Party and Reform Party were also absent from the ballot in 2004. The party was de-registered after the Alberta government amended the Elections Act to force a party to run at least one candidate, the party failed to field a candidate and was de-registered.

De-registered parties

The Natural Law Party of Albertawas de-registered by Elections Alberta in 2001, after they stopped filing financial statements. In 2001 The Natural Law Party did not nominate any candidates.

Independent candidates

29 independent candidates ran in the 2001 election. These candidates won a total of 10,528 votes. 10 independents ran in 2004.

Standings in the 25th Legislature

Standings after the 25th general election



Standings at dissolution



Timeline

March 27, 2004 - Kevin Taftbecomes leader of the Alberta Liberals.

June 29, 2004 - Gary Masykcrossesthe floor from the Progressive Conservativesto the Alberta Alliance.

July 13, 2004 - Raj Pannuresigns as leader of the Alberta New Democrats. Brian Masonis appointed interim leader.

September 9, 2004 - Alberta Alliance kicked off five-city "I Blame Ralph" tour in Edmontonmarker.
Ralph Klein announces Senate Election

September 18, 2004 - Brian Mason formally becomes leader of the Alberta New Democrats.

October 25, 2004 - At the request of PremierRalph Klein, Lieutenant-GovernorLois Holedissolvesthe legislatureand sets the election day for November 22.

October 28, 2004 - Premier Klein is harshly criticized by opposition parties and activistgroups after he claims that protestors on Alberta's Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped(AISH) who had heckled him did not look severely disabled.

October 31, 2004 - Premier Klein's mother, Florence Gray dies at the age of 80 following a year-long illness. All major parties announce they will suspend their provincial campaigns while the premier mourns.

November 4, 2004 - Global Televisionre-iterates that they will not invite Alberta Alliance leader Randy Thorsteinsonto their leaders debate, because his party did not elect any members in the previous election and their sole MLA crossed the floor. The decision sparks anger amongst Alliance members and even disappoints the other three leaders.

November 8, 2004 - Close of nomination's and the Global television leaders debate involving Klein, Taft and Mason.

November 13, 2004 - NDP leader Mason releases a brochure entitled Health Care for Dummiesin an effort to mock the premier's reluctance to discuss health care in detail during the campaign.

November 18, 2004 - Advance pollingstations open.

November 19, 2004, - Advance polling stations open, and Students across the province vote in Alberta Student Vote, 2004.

November 20, 2004 - Advance polling stations open.

November 22, 2004 - Voting day for the 26th Alberta general election.
  • 8:00 p.m. local time: Polls close (03:00, November 23 UTC)
  • 8:36 p.m.: CBC projects a PC majority (03:36, November 23 UTC)


December 9, 2004 - The Court of Queen's Bench rules that Chris Kibermanis (Lib.) won the election in Edmonton Castle Downs by three votes, upholding the result of the initial, election-night result. The PC candidate, Thomas Lukaszuk, appealed to the Court of Appeal of Alberta.

January 24, 2005 - The Alberta Court of Appeal rules that Lukaszuk won the election in Edmonton Castle Downs by three votes, overturning the result of the first vote-count, which had given the seat to Kibermanis of the Liberals. Kibermanis accepted defeat and did not appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Poll numbers

  • Ipsos-Reid, 2004-10-29: PC 50%, Lib 26%, NDP 10%, AAP 9%, Green 4%
  • COMPAS Inc. / Calgary Herald, 2004-11-3, 2004-11-4: PC 61%, Lib 19%, NDP 16%, Green 3%, Separation 1%, Other 1%. Interestingly, the pollsters only prompted for the three "major" parties yet Green and Separation showed up over 1% in the results while the Alliance, which is contesting every riding and holds a seat in the legislature, did not. [86109]
  • Cameron Strategy Inc. / Global News / Calgary Herald, 2004-11-8-11-16: PC 47%, Lib 21%, NDP 11%, AAP 9%, Green 5%
  • Ipsos-Reid, 2004-11-12-11-17: PC 44%, Lib 29%, NDP 12%, AAP 9%, Green 4% (800 adults, MoE 3.5%)


References



External links

Media coverage



Election
Recount
Thomas Lukaszuk

5,014
Chris Kibermanis

5,019
Peter Cross

1,317
Colin Presizniuk

583
 
Ross Korpi (Soc. Cred.)

78
Thomas Lukaszuk
5,022
5,019
1,314
586
78
Edmonton Decore
Walter Szwender

3,033
Bill Bonko

4,418
Shirley Barg 1,524
Gary Masyk

830
 
Geoffrey Chevrier (Soc. Cred.)

94
Bill Bonner
merged district
Gary Masyk
Edmonton Ellerslie
Gurnam Dodd

3,245
Bharat Agnihotri

3,444
Marilyn Assheton-Smith

2,257
Eleanor Maroes

985
 
Amelia Maciejewski (Soc. Cred.)

238
vacant
Edmonton Manning
Tony Vandermeer

3,646
Dan Backs

3,873
Laurie Lang

2,371
Mike Pietramala

515
Ross Adshead

240
Sean Tisdall (Soc. Cred.)

130
Tony Vandermeer
Edmonton McClung
Mark Norris

5,331
Mo Elsalhy

5,864
Lorne Dach

1,362
Reuben Bauer

401
 
Patrick Conlin (Soc. Cred.)

104
Mark Norris
Edmonton Meadowlark
Bob Maskell

4,243
Maurice Tougas

4,436
Lance Burns

1,303
Aaron Campbell

444
Amanda Doyle

245
Peggy Morton (Ind.)

77
Bob Maskell
Edmonton-Whitemud
David Hancock

7,493
Donna L. Smith

6,567
Brian Fleck

1,634
Kathy Rayner

469
 
John Andrews (Ind.)

76
David Hancock
Sherwood Park
Iris Evans

7,276
Louise Rogers

5,587
Tim Sloan

994
Cora LaBonte

444
Lynn Lau

362
Gordon Barrett (Soc. Cred.)

474
Iris Evans
Spruce Grove-Sturgeon-St. Albert
Doug Horner

6,140
Ray Boudreau

5,559
Dale Apostal

1,020
Tim Friesen

740
 
Glen Blaylock (Soc. Cred.)

170
Doug Horner
St. Albert
Mary O'Neill

6,064
Jack Flaherty

6,474
Travis Thompson

1,652
Michaela Meldrum

591
Conrad Bitangcol

407
 
Mary O'Neill
Strathcona
Rob Lougheed

6,838
Jon Friel

4,115
Tom Elchuk

1,177
Ryan Seto

466
Bruce Stubbs (Ab. Pty.)

775

Brian Rembowski (Soc. Cred.)

327

Roberta McDonald (Separation)

297
Recreated District
Airdrie-Chestermere
Carol Haley

6,842
John Burke

1,633
Grant Massie

569
Bradley Gaida

758
Angela Scully

434
Jeff Willerton (Alberta Pty.)

1,036

Bob Lefurgey (Separation)

394

Jerry Gautreau (Soc. Cred.)

178
Carol Haley
Cardston-Taber-Warner
Broyce Jacobs

3,753
Paula Shimp

783
Luann Bannister

185
Paul Hinman

3,884
Lindsay Ferguson

225
 
Broyce Jacobs
Cypress-Medicine Hat
Leonard Mitzel

4,623
Stuart Angle

2,234
Cliff Anten

345
Dan H. Pierson

651
 
Eric Solberg (Soc. Cred.)

561
Lorne Taylor
Highwood
George Groeneveld

6,782
Lori Czerwinski

1,843
Catherine Whelan Costen

432
Brian Wickhorst

733
Sheelagh Matthews

547
Cory Morgan (Separation)

299
Don Tannas
Lethbridge East
Rod Fong

4,703
Bridget Pastoor

5,340
Gaye Metz

607
Brian Stewart

1,472
Erin Matthews

360
Darren Popik (Soc. Cred.)

251
vacant
Lethbridge West
Clint Dunford

4,416
Bal Boora

3,675
Mark Sandilands

1,316
Merle Terlesky

949
Andrea Sheridan

368
Scott Sawatsky (Soc. Cred.)

357
Clint Dunford
Little Bow
Barry McFarland

4,894
Arij Langstraat

1,965
Hugh Logie

327
Jay Phin

859
 
Brian Cook (Soc. Cred.)

556

Grant Shaw (Separation)

432
Barry McFarland
Livingstone-Macleod
David Coutts

5,095
Craig Whitehead

2,030
Joyce Thomas

626
George Lyster

1,493
Chris Watts

468
Jim Walker (Separation)

339
David Coutts
Medicine Hat
Rob Renner

5,392
Karen Charlton

3,482
Diana Arnott

560
Scott Cowan

1,073
 
Jonathan Lorentzen (Soc. Cred.)

246
Rob Renner
Strathmore-Brooks
Lyle Oberg

6,051
Carol Jacques

1,055
Don MacFarlane

405
Mark D. Ogden

852
 
Jay Kolody (Separation)

559

Rudy Martens (Soc. Cred.)

313
Lyle Oberg
Calgary Bow
Alana DeLong

6,097
Kelly McDonnell

3,509
Jennifer Banks

1,135
James Istvanffy

1,015
Marie Picken

713
Margaret Askin (Independent)

98

Doug Picken (Soc. Cred.)

97
Alana DeLong
Calgary Cross
Yvonne Fritz

3,763
Raleigh DeHaney

1,452
Jeanie Keebler

391
Gordon Huth

648
Ryan Richardson

271
 
Yvonne Fritz
Calgary Foothills
Len Webber

5,820
Stephen Jenuth

3,559
Malcolm Forster

407
Vincent S. Jansen-Van Doorn

472
 
 
Pat Nelson
Calgary Fort
Wayne Cao

4,136
Gerry Hart

1,784
Elizabeth Thomas

583
Travis Chase

589
Tyler Charkie

440
Leo Ollenberger (Separation)

212
Wayne Cao
Calgary Hays
Arthur Johnston

5,529
Sharon Howe

1,952
Rachel Weinfeld

298
Robert Wawrzynowski

534
Bernie Amell

378
 
new district
Calgary Lougheed
David Rodney

6,334
Allan Pollock

2,971
Matthew Koczkur

365
Tariq Khan

445
Ryan Boucher

471
 
Marlene Graham
Calgary Mackay
Gary Mar

5,640
Darryl Hawkins

2,615
Giorgio Cattabeni

395
Shawn Hubbard

640
David McTavish

443
Paul Martin (Independent)

193
Gary Mar
Calgary McCall
Shiraz Shariff

3,203
Darshan Kang

2,958
Gurpreet (Preet) Sihota

264
Ina Givens

573
Sean Robert Brocklesby

359
 
Shiraz Shariff
Calgary Montrose
Hung Pham

3,318
Arthur Danielson

1,651
Jason Nishiyama

434
Cyril Collingwood

674
Kevin Colton

355
 
Hung Pham
Calgary North West
Greg Melchin

7,768
Judy Stewart

4,488
Bob Brunet

518
Jenell Friesen

622
Jeffrey Krekoski

636
 
Greg Melchin
Calgary Shaw
Cindy Ady

6,732
John Roggeveen

2,373
Jarrett Young

300
Barry Chase

620
Rick Papineau

380
Daniel Doherty (Separation)

171
Cindy Ady
Calgary West
Ron Liepert

6,964
Derek Smith

4,286
Chantelle Dubois

434
John Keyes

988
James Kohut

732
 
Karen Kryczka
Calgary Buffalo
Harvey Cenaiko

3,370
Terry Taylor

2,777
Cliff Hesby

455
Nadine Hunka

290
Grant Neufeld

656
Elizabeth Kaur Fielding (Soc. Cred.)

71

Carl Schwartz (Alberta Pty.)

58
Harvey Cenaiko
Calgary Currie
Jon Lord

4,413
Dave Taylor

4,984
Robert Scobel

468
Ken Mazeroll

348
Kim Warnke

810
 
Jon Lord
Calgary East
Moe Amery

4,492
Bill Harvey

2,359
Paul Vargis

461
Brad Berard

605
Rick Michalenko

367
Bonnie-Jean Collins (Communist)

56
Moe Amery
Calgary-Egmont
Denis Herard

5,691
Michael Queenan

2,371
Christopher Dovey

599
David Crutcher

1,657
George Read

914
 
Denis Herard
Calgary Elbow
Ralph Klein

6,968
Stephen Brown

4,934
Becky Kelley

343
Diana-Lynn Brooks

485
Allison Roth

666
Trevor Grover (Soc. Cred.)

68

Lloyd Blimke (Ind.)

51
Ralph Klein
Calgary Fish Creek
Heather Forsyth

6,829
Tore Badenduck

2,801
Eric Leavitt

794
Mike Kuipers

780
Chris Sealy

561
 
Heather Forsyth
Calgary Glenmore
Ron Stevens

6,257
Avalon Roberts

4,360
Holly Heffernan

550
Ernest McCutcheon

572
Evan Sklarski

531
Larry R. Heather (Soc. Cred.)

135
Ron Stevens
Calgary Mountain View
Mark Hlady

4,058
David Swann

7,155
John Donovan

711
Ryan Cassell

589
Mark MacGillivray

912
 
Mark Hlady
Calgary North Hill
Richard Magnus

4,384
Pat Murray

3,223
Aileen L. Machell

630
Brent Best

627
Susan Stratton

1,264
 
Richard Magnus
Calgary Nose Hill
Neil Brown

4,369
Len Borowski

2,605
Dirk Huysman

552
Bill McGregor

1,073
John Johnson

584
Raymond Hurst (Soc. Cred.)

163
new district
Calgary Varsity
Michael W. Smyth

5,585
Harry B. Chase

6,303
Mark Gabruch

625
Ron Beninger

763
Richard Larson

753
Len Skowronski (Soc. Cred.)

118
Murray Smith
Political party
Calgary
Edmonton
Urbanized
Rural
Special
Total
Progressive Conservative
21
11
20
20
2
74
Liberal
0
6
1
0
0
7
New Democrat
0
2
0
0
0
2
Totals
21
19
21
20
2
83
Political party
Calgary
Edmonton
Urbanized
Rural
Special
Total
Progressive Conservative
21
10
20
20
2
73
Liberal
0
5
0
0
0
5
New Democrat
0
2
0
0
0
2
Alberta Alliance
0
1
0
0
0
1
Vacant
0
1
1
0
0
2
Totals
21
19
21
20
2
83

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