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Emerson (electoral district)

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Emerson
Manitoba electoral district
Emerson2011.jpg
Defunct provincial electoral district
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of Manitoba
District created1879
First contested1879
Last contested2016

Emerson is a former provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1879 and eliminated prior the 2019 general election. Most of its territory was redistributed to the newly created Borderland riding. The eastern part of the former riding was transferred to the La Verendrye riding.

It was located in the southeastern corner of the province. It is bordered to the north by Carman, Morris, Steinbach and La Verendrye, to the west by Pembina, to the east by the province of Ontario and to the south by the American state of North Dakota. The riding included the communities/municipalities of Emerson, Altona, Dominion City, Rhineland, Gretna, Woodridge and St. Jean Baptiste.[1]

The riding's population in 2008 was 20,370.[2] In 2011, the average family income was $61,951, and the unemployment rate was 2.9%.[3] Agriculture accounted for 24% of the riding's industry, followed by manufacturing at 16%. Over 27% of Emerson's residents had less than a Grade Nine education. Emerson was an ethnically diverse riding, with only 51% of its residents listing English as their mother tongue. 26% of the riding's residents listed themselves as either German, French, Ukrainian, Polish or Mennonite, while a further 5% were aboriginal.

List of provincial representatives

Name Party Took Office Left Office
William Nash Opposition/Conservative 1879 1880
Thomas Carney Cons 1880 1883
Frederick Burnham Lib 1883 1883
Charles Douglas Cons 1883 1888
James Thomson Lib 1888 1892
David McFadden Cons 1892 1907
George Walton Lib 1907 1910
David McFadden Cons 1910 1915
John Baskerville Lib 1915 1920
Dmytro Yakimischak Farmer 1920 1922
Independent 1922 1927
Robert Curran Lib-Prog 1927 1932
Lib-Prog 1932 1936
Herbert Wright Independent/Liberal 1936 1941
John Solomon Independent/Pro-Coalition 1941 1945
Lib-Prog 1945 1953
Independent Liberal-Progressive 1953 1957
John Tanchak Lib-Prog 1957 1969
Gabriel Girard PC 1969 1973
Steve Derewianchuk NDP 1973 1977
Albert Driedger PC 1977 1990
Jack Penner PC 1990 2007
Cliff Graydon PC 2007 2018
Independent 2018 2019

Electoral results

2016 Manitoba general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Progressive Conservative Cliff Graydon 4,943 72.71 +0.73 $29,628.39
Liberal Loren Braul 1,423 20.93 +13.43 $9,401.72
New Democratic Alanna Jones 432 6.35 -13.25 $2,226.47
Total valid votes/Expense limit 6,798 99.00   $39,913.00
Total rejected and declined ballots 69
Turnout 6,867 53.49
Eligible voters 12,839
Source: Elections Manitoba[4][5]
2011 Manitoba general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Cliff Graydon 3,982 71.98 +12.42 $19,821.87
New Democratic Lorie Fiddler 1,084 19.60 −2.33 $0.00
Liberal Michelene Belliveau 415 7.50 −10.80 $0.00
Total valid votes 5,481
Rejected and declined ballots 51
Turnout 5,532 44.42
Electors on the lists 12,453
Source: Elections Manitoba[6]
2007 Manitoba general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Cliff Graydon 3,635 59.56 +0.74 $22,391.66
New Democratic Chris Murash 1,296 21.93 +2.87 $939.37
Liberal Monica Guetre 1,117 18.30 −2.82 $6,183.77
Total valid votes 6,049 99.08
Rejected and declined ballots 56
Turnout 6,105 49.51
Electors on the lists 12,330
Source: Elections Manitoba[7]
2003 Manitoba general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Jack Penner 3,509 58.82 +4.95 $17,612.69
Liberal Len Schieman 1,260 21.12 -6.58 $13,304.08
New Democratic Luc Gendreau 1,137 19.06 +1.09 $2,277.16
Total valid votes 5,936 100.00
Rejected and declined ballots 30
Turnout 5,936 48.54
Electors on the lists 12,229
Source: Elections Manitoba[8]
1999 Manitoba general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Jack Penner 3,994 54.12 -8.78 $27,307.39
Liberal Ted Klassen 2,054 27.83 +2.71 $15,533.42
New Democratic David Kiansky 1,332 18.05 +6.08 $4,971.00
Total valid votes 7,380 99.54
Rejected and declined ballots 34
Turnout 7,414 62.24
Electors on the lists 11,912
Source: Elections Manitoba[9]
1995 Manitoba general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Progressive Conservative Jack Penner 4,965 62.90 +1.05
Liberal Lorne Hamblin 1,983 25.12 +1.37
New Democratic Georgine Spooner 945 11.97 -2.44
Total valid votes 7,893
Rejected and declined ballots 24
Turnout 7,917 66.21
Electors on the lists 11,958
Source: Elections Manitoba[10]

Previous boundaries

1998-2011 boundaries of Emerson highlighted in red.
1998-2011 boundaries of Emerson highlighted in red.

References

  1. ^ Elections Manitoba, Provincial Electoral Divisions Map: Emerson.
  2. ^ Manitoba Electoral Boundaries Commission, Emerson Electoral District.
  3. ^ CBCNews Manitoba Riding Profile: Emerson, 2011.
  4. ^ "Candidates: 41st General Election". Elections Manitoba. 29 March 2016. Retrieved 31 March 2016.
  5. ^ "41ST GENERAL ELECTION, APRIL 19, 2016 - OFFICIAL RESULTS". Elections Manitoba. 19 April 2016. Retrieved 10 November 2016.
  6. ^ "Election Returns: 40th General Election". Elections Manitoba. 2011. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-03. Retrieved 2010-11-24.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) - 2007 results
  8. ^ "Election Returns: 37th General Election". Elections Manitoba. 2003. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  9. ^ "Election Returns: 37th General Election". Elections Manitoba. 1999. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  10. ^ "Election Returns: 36th General Election" (PDF). Elections Manitoba. 1995. Retrieved 1 November 2018.

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