General Election Results

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Laurie Blakeman - Election Results
2008 Alberta general election results (Edmonton Centre) Turnout 38.4% Affiliation Candidate Votes % Liberal Laurie Blakeman 4,918 44.0% Progressive Conservative Bill ...
Syracuse Mayoral Election, 2009 - General Election Results
... The general election took place on November 3, 2009 ... Syracuse mayoral election, 2009 - General Election Results Party Candidate Votes % ±% Democratic Stephanie Miner 11,237 50.3% Republican Steve Kimatian 8,783 ...
Charles W. Fisher - Electoral Record
... 1917 Alberta general election results (Cochrane) Turnout N.A ... Scholefield 469 42.68% 1913 Alberta general election results (Cochrane) Turnout 85.1% Liberal Charles Wellington Fisher 475 55.56% Conservative H.F ... Jarrett 380 44.44% 1909 Alberta general election results (Cochrane) Turnout 89.7% Liberal Charles Wellington Fisher 627 67.56% Conservative Robert Brett 301 ...
List Of Elections In 2005 - Europe - United Kingdom - United Kingdom General
... List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 2005 United Kingdom general election, 2005 ... United Kingdom general election result in Cornwall 2005 United Kingdom general election result ...

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