William Puffer

William Puffer

William Franklin Puffer (November 1, 1861 – April 22, 1948) was a Canadian politician who served in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1905 until 1917. Born in Ontario, he came west and settled in Lacombe, where he operated a butchery, among other interests. He was elected to the legislature in Alberta's first provincial election, and returned to office in each of the next two before being defeated in the 1917 election. He subsequently made two unsuccessful attempts to reclaim his seat.

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William Puffer - Electoral Record - Provincial
... election results (Lacombe) Turnout 74.6% UFA Irene Parlby 1891 53.58% Liberal William Puffer 1162 32.93% Conservative P ... UFA Irene Parlby 2113 57.86% Liberal William Puffer 1539 42.14% 1917 Alberta general election results (Lacombe) Turnout N.A ... Andrew Gilmour 1423 51.63% Liberal William Puffer 1333 48.37% 1913 Alberta general election results (Lacombe) Turnout N.A ...

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