Laurie Blakeman - Election Results

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 Donahue 3,285 29.4%
NDP Deron Bilous 2,244 20.1%
Greens David Parker 476 4.3%
Wildrose Alliance James Iverson 205 1.8%
Alberta Party Margaret Saunter 51 0.5%
2004 Alberta general election results (Edmonton Centre) Turnout 49.0%
Affiliation Candidate Votes %
Liberal Laurie Blakeman 6,203 57.1%
Progressive Conservative Don Weideman 2,622 24.1%
NDP Mary Elizabeth Archer 1,319 12.1%
Greens David Parker 333 3.1%
Alberta Alliance Tony Caterina 280 2.6%
Social Credit Linda Clements 112 1.0%
2001 Alberta general election results (Edmonton Centre) Turnout 51.4%
Affiliation Candidate Votes %
Liberal Laurie Blakeman 5,095 44.0%
Progressive Conservative Don Weideman 4,446 38.4%
NDP David Eggen 1,959 16.9%
Communist Naomi Rankin 76 0.7%
1997 Alberta general election results (Edmonton Centre) Turnout 51.9%
Affiliation Candidate Votes %
Liberal Laurie Blakeman 4,769 43.9%
Progressive Conservative Don Weideman 3,634 33.5%
NDP Jenn Smith 1,845 17.0%
Social Credit Alan Cruikshank 420 3.9%
Forum Emil van der Poorten 98 0.9%
Natural Law Richard Johnsen 83 0.8%

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