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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1988)

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The Canadian federal election of 1988 was held on 21 November. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Walter Leland Rutherford “Lee” Clark (1936-2008)

Progressive Conservative

17,372

David Campbell

Liberal

11,404

Dave Serle

New Democratic

5,018

Henry George Carroll

Reform

1,578

Abe Neufeld

Christian Heritage

1,324

Richard Rattai

Confederation of Regions

333

Tabitha Y. Singha

Independent

108

Churchill

Rodney Edward “Rod” Murphy

New Democratic

14,168

Rodney Spence

Liberal

5,800

Nazir Ahmad

Progressive Conservative

5,164

Dauphin-Swan River

Brian White

Progressive Conservative

14,719

Eric Irwin

New Democratic

11,881

Alain Bouchard

Liberal

6,985

Peter J. Neufeld

Reform

1,209

Joseph Hagyard

Confederation of Regions

394

Terry Drul

Independent

393

Lisgar-Marquette

Charles James “Charlie” Mayer

Progressive Conservative

17,484

Bonnie Alston

Liberal

7,174

Roy McLaren

Reform

2,832

Fred Tait

New Democratic

2,199

Don Esler

Christian Heritage

1,801

George G. Elias

Confederation of Regions

495

“Uncle Bill” Harrison

Rhinoceros

435

Portage-Interlake

Felix Holtmann

Progressive Conservative

13,307

R. Harvey Harland

Liberal

10,381

Gerry Follows

New Democratic

6,372

Percy Alan Beachell (1924-2015)

Reform

4,054

Dennis Rice

Libertarian

229

Provencher

Arthur Jacob “Jake” Epp

Progressive Conservative

19,000

Wes Penner

Liberal

11,121

Mary Sabovitch

New Democratic

2,490

Lawrence A. Feilberg

Reform

1,246

John Wiebe

Confederation of Regions

357

St. Boniface

Ronald J. Duhamel (1938-2002)

Liberal

24,117

Leo Duguay

Progressive Conservative

15,757

Alan Turner

New Democratic

5,012

Gordon G. Duncan

Reform

1,281

Guy Beaudry

Libertarian

425

Lyle H. Cruickshank

Independent

190

Rubin Kantorovich

Independent

43

Selkirk

David Bjornson

Progressive Conservative

17,813

Howard Russell Pawley (1934-2015)

New Democratic

13,899

Peter Sanderson

Liberal

12,451

Karl H. Felsen

Christian Heritage

1,172

Terrence Petty

Reform

595

Ron Bowers

Confederation of Regions

364

“Wowie Zowie” Zubek

Rhinoceros

335

Eugene Klochko

Independent

58

Winnipeg North

Rey D. Pagtakhan

Liberal

16,375

David Orlikow (1918-1998)

New Democratic

14,612

Norman Perry Isler

Progressive Conservative

10,527

Ritchie W. Gural

Reform

793

Stephen Keki

Independent

214

Frank Goldspink

Communist

150

Gurdeep Singh

Independent

79

Winnipeg North Centre

David Walker

Liberal

12,104

Cyril Keeper

New Democratic

10,580

Paul Taylor

Progressive Conservative

5,334

Dennis Atamanchuk

Reform

417

John R. Talarico

Libertarian

409

William Hawryluk

Independent

242

Lorne Robson

Communist

179

Glen Michalchuk

Independent

97

Winnipeg St. James

John Harvard (1938-2016)

Liberal

18,695

Clement George Minaker (1937-2012)

Progressive Conservative

16,993

Len Sawatsky

New Democratic

4,258

Lloyd E. Kirkham

Reform

1,549

Linda Lloyd

Independent

106

Nigel Hanrahan

Communist

92

Winnipeg South

Dorothy I. Dobbie

Progressive Conservative

22,865

Allan Kaufman

Liberal

22,150

Len Van Roon

New Democratic

3,151

Gary Cummings

Reform

1,428

Jim Weidman

Libertarian

168

Winnipeg South Centre

Lloyd Axworthy

Liberal

26,191

Garth Dawley (1933-2020)

Progressive Conservative

12,960

Les Campbell

New Democratic

4,637

Ross Malabar

Reform

777

Clancy Smith

Libertarian

154

Ken Kalturnyk

Independent

111

Winnipeg Transcona

William Alexander “Bill” Blaikie

New Democratic

17,361

Shirley Timm-Rudolph (c1957-2014)

Liberal

13,460

Mike Thompson

Progressive Conservative

10,815

Fred Cameron

Independent

308

Gerry West

Independent

156

Karen Naylor

Independent

115

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Thirty-Fourth Canadian Parliament (1988-1993)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 8 June 2020

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