Alberta Election 2019

Alberta’s next provincial general election will take place on or before May 31, 2019. If you know any candidates who have announced their intentions to stand for party nominations, please send me an email at david.cournoyer@gmail.com. I will add them to the list.

Here is a list of party candidates who are seeking nominations or have been nominated to run in the next provincial election (updated on Feb 21, 2018):

Airdrie-Cochrane
UCP nomination candidate: Peter Guthrie [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter], Morgan Nagel [Facebook]

Airdrie-East
UCP nomination candidate: Angela Pitt

Athabasca-Barrhead
UCP nomination candidate: Glenn van Dijken

Banff-Kananaskis
NDP nomination candidate: Cameron Westhead

Brooks-Medicine Hat
UCP nomination candidate: Michaela Glasgo

Calgary-Beddington
UCP nomination candidate: Daniel Kostek [Facebook, Twitter], Josephine Pon

Calgary-Buffalo
Alberta Party nominated candidate:  Omar Masood [FacebookTwitter]
UCP nomination candidate: Megan McCaffrey [Facebook,Twitter], Tom Olsen

Calgary-Currie
NDP nomination candidate: Brian Malkinson [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Elbow
Alberta Party nomination candidate: Greg Clark

Calgary-Fish Creek
UCP nomination candidate: Cindy Ross

Calgary-Foothills
UCP nomination candidate: Connor Straus

Calgary-Klein
NDP nomination candidate: Craig Coolahan [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Falconridge
UCP nomination candidate: Pete de Jong [Twitter]

Calgary-Glenmore
UCP nomination candidate: Phillip Schumann [Twitter]

Calgary-Mountain View
Green nomination candidate: Thana Boonlert [Facebook, Twitter]
Meeting scheduled for Feb. 28, 2018

Calgary-North
UCP nomination candidate: Paul Frank

Calgary-North West
UCP nomination candidate: Jennele Giong

Calgary-Piegan
UCP nomination candidate: Tanya Fir [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-South East
UCP nomination candidate: Cameron Davies, Matt Jones [Facebook]

Calgary-Varsity
NDP nomination candidate: Stephanie McLean [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP nomination candidate: John Volponi

Cardston-Siksika
UCP nomination candidate: Dave Schneider

Central Peace-Notley
UCP nomination candidate: Todd Loewen

Chestermere-Strathmore
UCP nomination candidate: Leela Aheer [Facebook, Twitter]

Cold Lake-St. Paul
UCP nomination candidate: Glenn Spiess [Facebook]

Cypress-Medicine Hat
UCP nomination candidate: Drew Barnes

Edmonton-Centre
Liberal nomination candidate: Dylan Chevalier [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Decore
UCP nomination candidate: Janice Sarich

Edmonton-Gold Bar
NDP nomination candidate: Marlin Schmidt [Facebook]

Edmonton-McClung
Alberta Party nomination candidate: Stephen Mandel [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Mill Woods
NDP nomination candidate: Christina Gray [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Riverview
UCP nomination candidate: Shawn McLeod

Edmonton-West Henday
NDP nomination candidate: Jon Carson [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Whitemud
UCP nomination candidate: Tunde Obasan (Facebook) [WITHDRAWN]

Leduc-Beaumont
UCP nomination candidate: Brad Rutherford [Facebook, Twitter]

Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills
UCP nomination candidate: Nathan Cooper

Red Deer North
UCP nomination candidate: Cole Kander [Facebook]

Red Deer South
UCP nomination candidate: Matt Chapin

Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre
UCP nomination candidate: Jason Nixon

St. Albert
NDP nomination candidate: Marie Renaud [Twitter]

Spruce Grove-Stony Plain
UCP nomination candidates: Mathew Clarke, Brendon Greene [Twitter]

Vermilion-Lloydminster-Wainwright
UCP nomination candidate: Garth Rowswell

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  3. Ken Chapman

    The next election could happen on, before or even AFTER May 31, 2019. Fixed election dates are not binding given the abuses of the past.

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  4. NewsHound

    Stephen Mandel has said he will seek the AB Party nomination in Edmonton-McClung, whether he wins the leadership or not.

    “Mandel says even if he loses the leadership race, he will run for the Alberta Party in the 2019 election in his home riding of Edmonton-McClung, which is currently held by NDP backbencher Lorne Dach.”

    http://www.metronews.ca/news/edmonton/2018/01/10/former-edmonton-mayor-and-pc-cabinet-minister-runs-for-alberta-party-leadership.html

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