Ed Broadbent

Ed Broadbent

John Edward "Ed" Broadbent, PC CC (born March 21, 1936) is a Canadian social democratic politician and political scientist. He was leader of the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) from 1975 to 1989. In the 2004 federal election, he returned to Parliament for one additional term as the Member of Parliament for Ottawa Centre.

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Oshawa (electoral District) - Election Results
... valid votes 40,700 100.0 By-election on 13 August 1990 On Ed Broadbent's resignation, 2 January 1990 Party Candidate Votes % ±% New Democratic Michael. 25,314 100.0 Canadian federal election, 1988 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Ed Broadbent 18,410 44.3 +2.0 Progressive Conservative Nancy McLean 14,040 33.8 -5.0 Liberal ... federal election, 1984 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Ed Broadbent 25,092 42.3 -9.3 Progressive Conservative Alex Sosna 23,028 38.8 +10.6 Liberal Terry Kelly 10,7 ...
Ottawa Centre - Election Results - 2004 Federal Election
... Former NDP leader and widely respected statesman Ed Broadbent came out of political retirement to win the NDP nomination in January ... Broadbent was increasingly favoured to win, a mid-campaign poll showed him ahead ... In addition to Broadbent's personal popularity, the NDP under new leader Jack Layton had greatly increased its popularity, especially in urban Ontario ...
Ed Broadbent - Retirement
... In November 2008, Broadbent and former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien came out of retirement to help negotiate a formal coalition agreement between the ... The Broadbent Institute will reach out to social democrat-leaning academics for their ideas, provide education and train activists, but be independent from the party ...