Alberta General Election

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Archie Mc Lean (politician)
... was a cattleman and politician from Alberta, Canada ... southwestern Ontario in 1860, McLean moved to what is now Alberta to work as a ranch hand soon becoming the manager of the large CY Ranch near what is now Taber, Alberta ... Independent Liberal MLA for the Lethbridge constituency in the 1909 Alberta general election ...
Alberta General Election, 2012 - Nominated Candidates - Southern Alberta
... Bal Boora 881 (5.56%) Shannon Phillips 4,683 (29.55%) David Walters (Alberta) 268 (1.69%) Greg Weadick Little Bow John Kolk 4,477 (35.90%) Ian Donovan 6,756 (54.1 ...
William Puffer - Electoral Record - Provincial
... 1926 Alberta general election results (Lacombe) Turnout 74.6% UFA Irene Parlby 1891 53.58% Liberal William Puffer 1162 32.93% Conservative P ... Pratt 476 13.49% 1921 Alberta general election results (Lacombe) Turnout N.A ... UFA Irene Parlby 2113 57.86% Liberal William Puffer 1539 42.14% 1917 Alberta general election results (Lacombe) Turnout N.A ...
Lance White (politician) - Provincial Politics
... White had ambitions of running for a seat in the Alberta Legislature ... he ran as the Liberal candidate in Edmonton-Calder for the 1989 Alberta general election ... electoral district of Edmonton Mayfield in his second attempt to gain a seat in the 1993 Alberta general election defeating two term incumbent New ...
Muriel Abdurahman - Political Career - Provincial Politics
... provincial politics in 1986, running in the electoral district of Clover Bar in the 1986 Alberta general election ... She ran for a second time as a Liberal candidate in the 1993 Alberta general election ... Aburahman ran for a second term in the 1997 Alberta general election ...

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