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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (2015)

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The Canadian federal election of 2015 was held on 19 October. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Larry Maguire

Conservative

20,666

Jodi Wyman

Liberal

15,338

Melissa Joy Wastasecoot

New Democratic

2,576

David Neufeld

Green

2,526

Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley

Doug Eyolfson

Liberal

24,531

Steven John Fletcher

Conservative

18,408

Tom Paulley

New Democratic

2,842

Kevin Nichols

Green

1,376

Churchill-Keewatinook Aski

Niki Ashton

New Democratic

13,487

Rebecca Chartrand

Liberal

12,575

Kyle G. Mirecki

Conservative

3,090

August Hastmann

Green

537

Zachary Linnick

Libertarian

255

Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa

Robert Sopuck

Conservative

19,276

Ray Piché

Liberal

12,276

Laverne Lewycky

New Democratic

5,097

Inky Mark

Independent

3,357

Kate Storey

Green

1,592

Elmwood-Transcona

Daniel Blaikie

New Democrat

14,709

Lawrence Toet

Conservative

14,648

Andrea Richardson-Lipon

Liberal

12,713

Kim Parke

Green

1,016

Kildonan-St. Paul

MaryAnn Mihychuk

Liberal

18,717

Jim Bell

Conservative

17,478

Suzanne Hrynyk

New Democratic

6,270

Steven Stairs

Green

783

David Reimer

Christian Heritage

485

Eduard Walter Hiebert

Independent

142

Portage-Lisgar

Candice Bergen

Conservative

25,060

Ken Werbiski

Liberal

10,621

Dean Harder

New Democratic

2,554

Beverley Eert

Green

1,637

Jerome Dondo

Christian Heritage

1,315

Provencher

Ted Falk

Conservative

25,086

Terry Hayward

Liberal

15,509

Les Lilley

New Democratic

2,371

Jeff Wheeldon

Green

1,779

St. Boniface-St. Vital

Daniel Vandal

Liberal

28,530

François Catellier

Conservative

14,005

Erin Selby

New Democratic

5,169

Glenn Zaretski

Green

1,119

Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman

James Bezan

Conservative

25,617

Joanne Levy

Liberal

15,508

Deborah Chief

New Democratic

5,649

Wayne James

Green

1,707

Donald L. Grant

Libertarian

882

Winnipeg Centre

Robert-Falcon Ouellette

Liberal

18,471

Pat Martin

New Democratic

9,490

Allie Szarkiewicz

Conservative

4,189

Don Woodstock

Green

1,379

Scott Miller

Christian Heritage

221

Darrell Rankin

Communist

135

Winnipeg North

Kevin Lamoureux

Liberal

23,402

Harpreet Turka

Conservative

5,193

Levy Abad

New Democratic

4,543

John Redekopp

Green

826

Winnipeg South

Terry Duguid

Liberal

28,096

Gordon Giesbrecht

Conservative

16,709

Brianne Goertzen

New Democratic

2,404

Adam Smith

Green

990

Winnipeg South Centre

James Gordon “Jim” Carr

Liberal

31,993

Joyce Bateman

Conservative

15,102

Matt Henderson

New Democratic

4,799

Andrew Park

Green

1,677

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Forty-Second Canadian Parliament (2015-2019)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 June 2020

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