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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (2004)

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The Canadian federal election of 2004 was held on 28 June. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Mervin C. Tweed

Conservative

18,209

Murray Downing

Liberal

8,522

Mike Abbey

New Democratic

6,740

David Kattenburg

Green

1,264

Neil Paterson

Christian Heritage

351

Lisa Gallagher

Communist

118

Charleswood-Assiniboia

Steven John Fletcher

Conservative

18,688

Glen Murray

Liberal

17,954

Peter D. Carney

New Democratic

4,283

Andrew Basham

Green

880

Dan Zupansky

Marijuana

337

Beatriz Alas

Communist

49

Churchill

Bev Desjarlais

New Democratic

8,612

Ron Evans

Liberal

7,604

Bill Archer

Conservative

2,999

C. David Nickarz

Green

612

Dauphin-Swan River

Inky Mark

Conservative

18,025

Walter Kolisnyk

New Democratic

7,341

Don Dewar

Liberal

6,809

Lindy Clubb

Green

673

David C. Andres

Christian Heritage

560

Elmwood-Transcona

William Alexander “Bill” Blaikie

New Democratic

15,221

Bryan McLeod

Conservative

7,644

Tanya Parks

Liberal

4,923

Elijah Gair

Green

719

Robert Scott

Christian Heritage

386

Gavin Whittaker

Marijuana

311

Paul Sidon

Communist

74

Kildonan-St. Paul

Joy Smith

Conservative

13,582

Terry Duguid

Liberal

13,304

Lorene Mahoney

New Democratic

8,202

Jacob Giesbrecht

Green

756

Rebecca Whittaker

Marijuana

290

Katharine Reimer

Christian Heritage

278

Portage-Lisgar

Brian William Pallister

Conservative

22,939

Don Kuhl

Liberal

6,174

Daren Van Den Bussche

New Democratic

3,251

David Reimer

Christian Heritage

1,458

Marc Payette

Green

856

Allister Cucksey

Communist

117

Provencher

Vic Toews

Conservative

22,694

Peter Epp

Liberal

8,975

Sarah Zaharia

New Democratic

3,244

Janine G. Gibson

Green

1,100

St. Boniface

Raymond Simard

Liberal

17,989

Ken Cooper

Conservative

11,956

Mathieu Allard

New Democratic

6,954

Daniel Backé

Green

925

Jeannine Moquin-Perry

Christian Heritage

378

Chris Buors

Marijuana

317

Gerard Guay

Communist

77

Selkirk-Interlake

James Bezan

Conservative

18,727

Duane Nicol

New Democratic

10,516

Bruce Benson

Liberal

9,059

Trevor Farley

Green

982

Anthony Barendregt

Christian Heritage

353

Winnipeg Centre

Pat Martin

New Democratic

12,149

David Northcott

Liberal

9,285

Robert Eng

Conservative

3,631

Robin Faye

Green

1,151

John M. Siedleski

Marijuana

346

Anna-Celestrya Carr

Communist

114

Douglas Edward Schweitzer

Independent

92

Winnipeg North

Judy Wasylycia-Leis

New Democratic

12,507

Rey D. Pagtakhan

Liberal

9,491

Kris Stevenson

Conservative

3,186

Alon Weinberg

Green

531

Eric Truijen

Christian Heritage

141

Darrell Rankin

Communist

111

Winnipeg South

Reginald Bygott “Reg” Alcock (1948-2011)

Liberal

19,270

Rod Bruinooge

Conservative

12,770

Catherine Green

New Democratic

4,217

Ron Cameron

Green

1,003

Jane MacDiarmid

Christian Heritage

296

Winnipeg South Centre

Anita Neville

Liberal

18,133

Raj Joshi

Conservative

10,516

James Allum

New Democratic

8,270

Ian Scott

Green

1,508

Andy Caisse

Marijuana

293

Magnus Thompson

Canadian Action

114

Andrew Dalgliesh

Communist

81

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Thirty-Eighth Canadian Parliament (2004-2005)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 10 June 2020

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