Photo from the Daveberta.ca archives: A young Dave Cournoyer votes in the March 2008 Alberta election.
Back by popular demand, Daveberta.ca is pleased to launch the third annual Best of Alberta Politics 2019 survey. We want to hear from you about the big political players and issues of 2019. Submit your choices in seven categories.
Submissions will close on Dec. 8, 2019 at 6:00 pm and the top three choices in each category will be included in a round of voting starting on Dec. 9, 2019. Voting will be open until Dec. 14, 2019 at 11:59 pm and the winners will be announced on the special year-end edition of the Daveberta Podcast on Dec. 16, 2019.
Vote in seven categories:
- Who was the best Alberta MLA of 2019?
- Who was the best Alberta cabinet minister of 2019?
- Who was the best opposition MLA of 2019?
- Who is the up and coming MLA to watch in 2020?
- Who was the best candidate who didn’t win in the 2019 Alberta election?
- What was the biggest political issue of 2019 in Alberta?
- What was the biggest political play of 2019 in Alberta?
Who won last time?
Take a trip down memory lane and check out the list of winners from the 2017 and 2018 Best of Alberta Politics Surveys.
Alberta MLAs have their own best MLA vote
Legislative Assembly Speaker Nathan Cooper initiated the first ever Alberta MLA awards to give MLAs an opportunity to vote for their colleagues in a number of categories. MLAs Tracy Allard, David Eggen, Nate Horner, Shane Getson, Janis Irwin, Martin Long, Angela Pitt, Rajan Sawhney, and Travis Toews were recognized by their peers for extraordinary work in service of the people of Alberta. More than half of the 87 MLAs returned the anonymous ballots, according to a report by Canadian Press reporter Dean Bennett.