Voters Registered

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Jim Maloway - Electoral Record
... valid votes 8,785 100.00 Rejected ballots 35 Turnout 8,820 71.63 Registered voters 12,313 Manitoba general election, 1988 Elmwood Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic ...
Closter, New Jersey - Government - Politics
... As of Election Day, November 2008, there were 4,712 registered voters ... Of registered voters, 1,346 (28.6%) were registered as Democrats, 1,067 (22.6%) were registered as Republicans and 2,299 (48.8%) were registered as ... There were no voters registered to other parties ...
Vancouver-Point Grey - Electoral History 1933-1986
... the elimination-ballot elections of 1952 and 1953 the riding's voters were presented with three ballots, one for each seat, with three separate candidate-race ... valid votes 49,706 100.00% 43,070 % Total rejected ballots 3,205 Total Registered Voters Turnout % 4 24th British Columbia election, 1953 Vancouver-Point Grey Ballot B 5. 43,072 % Total rejected ballots 3,150 Total Registered Voters Turnout % 5 24th British Columbia election, 1953 Vancouver-Point Grey Ballot C 6 Party Candidate Votes % Votes % ±% Co-operative ...
Leonia, New Jersey - Government - Politics
... As of Election Day, November 4, 2008, there were 4,491 registered voters in Leonia ... Of registered voters, 2,391 (53.2% of all registered voters) were registered as Democrats, 565 (12.6%) were registered as Republicans and 1,533 (34.1 ... There were two voters registered to other parties ...
Victoria City (provincial Electoral District) - Electoral History
22,787 100.00% 18,868 % Total rejected ballots 1,804 Total Registered Voters Turnout % 24 24th British Columbia election, 1953 Ballot B 25 Party Candidate Votes % Votes % ±% Co-operative Commonwealth Fed ... unknown Total valid votes 22,418 100.00% 18,674 % Total rejected ballots 2,162 Total Registered Voters Turnout % 25 26 24th British Columbia election, 1953 Ballot C 27 Party Candidate Votes. 18,991 % Total rejected ballots 2,173 Total Registered Voters Turnout % 27 25th British Columbia election, 1956 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures Social Credit ...

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