Alberta Election 2019

Alberta’s next provincial general election will be held on April 16, 2019. Voting stations for Alberta’s provincial election will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on April 16. Advance voting stations will be open on April 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13. Visit Elections Alberta to find the location of your voting station.

Voters who will be away from their electoral division on Election Day and during the advance voting days can request a Special Ballot from Elections Alberta.

If you know any candidates who have announced their intentions to stand for party nominations, please comment below or send me an email at david.cournoyer@gmail.com. I will add them and links to their social media sites 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 March 31, 2019):

Candidates nominated for 2019 election
Alberta Advantage Party: 28/87
Alberta Independence Party: 63/87
Alberta Party: 87/87
Communist Party: 4/87
Freedom Conservative Party: 24/87
Green Party: 32/87
Liberal Party: 50/87
New Democratic Party: 87/87
Pro-Life Political Association: 1/87
Progressive Conservative: 1/87
Reform Party: 1/87
United Conservative Party: 87/87
Wildrose Party: 1/87

Airdrie-Cochrane
AP: Vern Raincock
AIP: Danielle Cameron

FCPMatthew Morrisey [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
NDP: Steve Durrell [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Peter Guthrie [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Airdrie-East
APAlex Luterbach [Twitter]
AIP: Jeff Olson
FCP: Rick Northey
Ind: Richard Herdman
NDP: Roxie Baez Zamora
UCP: Angela Pitt [Facebook, Twitter]

Athabasca-Barrhead-Westlock
APWayne Rufiange
AIP: Buster Malcolm
Ind: Brad Giroux
NDP: Theresa Taschuk
UCP: Glenn van Dijken [Facebook, Twitter]

Banff-Kananaskis
AP: Brenda Stanton [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Anita Crowshoe
Liberal: Gwyneth Midgley
Ind: Dave Phillips
NDP: Cam Westhead [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Miranda Rosin [Facebook]

Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul
AP: Glenn Andersen
AA: David Inscho
AIP: David Garnett-Bennett
FCP: Jim McKinnon
Ind: Kacey Daniels
NDP: Kari Whan [Facebook, Twitter]
UCPDavid Hanson [Facebook, Twitter]

Brooks-Medicine Hat
AP: Jim Black [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Collin Pacholek
Liberal:
Jamah Farah
Ind: Todd Beasley
NDP: Lynn MacWilliam
UCPMichaela Glasgo [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Acadia
AP: Lana Bentley [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Patrick Reilly
Green: Amanda Bishop
NDP: Kate Andrews [Facebook, Twitter]
Liberal: Lorissa Good
UCP: Tyler Shandro [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Beddington
AP: Carol-Lynn Darch
AIP: Thomas Grbich
Ind: Alexander Dea
NDP: Amanda Chapman [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Josephine Pon

Calgary-Bow
APPaul Godard [Twitter]
FCP: Regina Shakirova
Green: Marion Westoll
Liberal: Daniel Ejumabone
NDP: Deborah Drever [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Demetrios Nicolaides [Facebook, InstagramTwitter]

Calgary-Buffalo
AP:  Omar Masood [FacebookTwitter]
AIP: Cory Hetherington
Green: Heather Morigeau
Liberal: Jennifer Khan
NDP: Joe Ceci [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Tom Olsen [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Cross
APBraham Luddu [Facebook]
COM: Jonathan Troutman 
Liberal: Naser Al-Kukhun
NDPRicardo Miranda [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Mickey Amery

Calgary-Currie
AP: Lindsay Luhnau [Facebook, Twitter]
LiberalJoshua Codd
NDP: Brian Malkinson [Facebook, Twitter]
PL: Lucas Hernandez
UCP: Nicholas Milliken [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-East
APGar Gar [Facebook, Twitter]
Green: William Carnegie [Facebook, Twitter]
Liberal: Michelle Robinson
NDP: Cesar Cala [Facebook]
UCP: Peter Singh

Calgary-Edgemont
APJoanne Gui [Twitter]
AIP: Tomasz Kochanowicz
GreenCarl Svoboda
NDP: Julia Hayter [Facebook, Twitter],
UCP: Prasad Panda [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Elbow
AP: Greg Clark [Facebook, Twitter]
Green: Quinn Rupert
Liberal: Robin Macintosh
NDP: Janet Eremenko [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Doug Schweitzer [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Falconridge
AP: Jasbir Dhari
LiberalDeepak Sharma
NDPParmeet Singh [Facebook]
UCP: Devinder Toor

Calgary-Fish Creek
AP: Robert Tremblay
AIP: Tomas Manasek
NDP: Rebecca Bounsall
Liberal: John Roggeveen
UCPRichard Gotfried [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Foothills
APJennifer Wyness [Twitter]
AIP: Kyle Miller
FCP: Kari Pomerleau
Liberal: Andera Joyce
NDP: Sameena Arif
UCP: Jason Luan [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Glenmore
AP: Scott Appleby [Facebook, Twitter]
FCPDejan Ristic
Green: Allie Tulick [Facebook, Twitter]
Liberal: Shirley Ksienski
NDPJordan Stein [Facebook]
UCP: Whitney Issik [Facebook]

Calgary-Hays
AP: Chris Nowell [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
AIP: Kenneth Morrice
Liberal: Frances Wojtkiw
NDP: Tory Tomblin [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Ric McIver [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Klein
AP: Kara Levis [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
AIP: CW Alexander [Facebook]
Green: Jeannine St. Jean
Liberal: Michael Macdonald
NDP: Craig Coolahan [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Jeremy Nixon [Facebook. Twitter]

Calgary-Lougheed
AP: Rachel Timmermans [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
AIP: Peter De Jonk
Ind: Larry Heather
Liberal: Wilson McCutchan
NDP: Julia Bietz
UCP: Jason Kenney

Calgary-McCall
AP: Avinash Khangura
AA: Larry Smith
AIP: Don Edmonstone
Green: Janice Fraser
Liberal: Faiza Ali Abdi
NDP: Irfan Sabir [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Jasraj Singh Hallan [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Mountain View
AP: Angela Kokott [Facebook, Twitter]
Green: Thana Boonlert [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Monica Friesz
Liberal: David Khan
NDP: Kathleen Ganley [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Jeremy Wong

Calgary-North
AP: Gary Arora [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Brad Hopkins
Liberal: Saliha Haq
NDPKelly Mandryk [Facebook, Twitter]
UCPMuhammad Yaseen [Facebook]

Calgary-North East
AP: Nate Pike [Facebook, Twitter]
Liberal: Gul Khan
NDP: Gurbachan Brar [Facebook]
UCP: Rajan Sawhney [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-North West
AP: Andrew Bradley [Facebook, Twitter]
FCP: Cam Khan
AIP: Roberta McDonald
Liberal: Prerna Mahtani
NDP: Hafeez Chishti
UCP: Sonya Savage [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Peigan
APRon Reinhold [Facebook]
AIP: Will Hatch
FCP: Sheyne Espey
Liberal: Jaro Giesbrecht
NDP: Joseph Pimlott [Twitter]
UCPTanya Fir [Facebook, Twitter]

Calgary-Shaw
AP: Bronson Ha [Facebook]
AIP: Jarek Bucholc
Green: John Daly
LiberalVesna Samardzija
NDP: Graham Sucha [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Rebecca Schulz

Calgary-South East
AP: Rick Fraser [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Richard Fontaine
Green: Taylor Stasila
Liberal: Leila Keith
NDP: Heather Eddy
UCP: Matt Jones

Calgary-Varsity
APBeth Barberree [Facebook, Twitter]
Green: Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Chris McAndrews
Liberal: Ryan Campbell
NDPAnne McGrath [Facebook, Twitter]
UCPJason Copping [Facebook]

Calgary-West
AP: Frank Penkala [Facebook, Twitter]
Liberal: Yasna Oluic-Kovacevic
NDPGulshan Akter [Facebook]
UCP: Mike Ellis [Facebook, Twitter]

Camrose
AA: Sandra Kim
AP: Kevin Smook [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Don Dubitz
FCP: Wesley Caldwell
Ind: Bonnie Tanton
NDP: Morgan Bamford [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Jackie Lovely [Facebook]

Cardston-Siksika
AP: Casey Douglass
FCPJerry Gautreau

Ind: Ian Donovan [Twitter]
Liberal: Cathleen McFarland
NDP: Kirby Smith
UCP: Joseph Schow [Facebook]

Central Peace-Notley
AP: Travis McKim
Liberal: Wayne Meyer
NDP: Marg McCuaig Boyd [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Todd Loewen [Facebook, Twitter]

Chestermere-Strathmore
AP: Jason Avramenko [Twitter]
AIP: Roger Walker
FCP: Derek Fildebrandt
Ind: Terry Nichols
Liberal: Sharon Howe
NDP: Melissa Langmaid
UCP: Leela Aheer [Facebook, Twitter]

Cypress-Medicine Hat
AA: Terry Blacquier
AP: Colette Smithers
Liberal: Anwar Kamaran
NDP: Peter Mueller
UCP: Drew Barnes [Facebook, Twitter]

Drayton Valley-Devon
AA: Mark Gregor
AP: Gail Upton
AIP: Les Marks

FCP: Steve Goodman
Ind: Carol Nordlund Kinsey
Liberal: Ronald Brochu
NDPKieran Quirke [FacebookLinkedIn, Twitter]
UCP: Mark Smith [Facebook]

Drumheller-Stettler
AA: Donald Herzog
AP: Mark Nikota [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Jason Hushagen
Ind: Rick Strankman
NDP: Holly Heffernan
UCP: Nate Horner [Facebook]

Edmonton-Beverly-Clareview
APJeff Walters [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Paul Burts
Green: Michael Hunter
Liberal: Shadea Hussein
Ind: Andy Andrej Gudanowski
NDP: Deron Bilous [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: David Egan [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Edmonton-Castle Downs
AP: Moe Rahall [Facebook]
AIP: Todd Wayne
Liberal: Thomas Deak
NDP: Nicole Goehring [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Ed Ammar [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube]

Edmonton-City Centre
APBob Philp [Facebook]
AIP: John Morton
Green: Chris Alders [Facebook, Twitter]
Ind: Blake Dickson
NDPDavid Shepherd [Facebook, Twitter]
UCPLily Le [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Edmonton-Decore
AP: Ali Haymour [Facebook]
AIP: Virginia Bruneau
NDP: Chris Nielsen [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCP: Karen Principe [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Ellerslie
AA: Yash Sharma
AP: Hazelyn Williams
AIP: Brian Lockyer
Liberal: Mike McGowan
NDP: Rod Loyola [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Sanjay Patel

Edmonton-Glenora
AP: Glen Tickner [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Clint Kelley
NDP: Sarah Hoffman [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCP: Marjorie Newman [Facebook, Instagram]

Edmonton-Gold Bar
AP: Diana Ly [Facebook, Instagram]
AIP: Vincent Loyer
Green: Tanya Herbert
Liberal: Steve Kochan
NDP: Marlin Schmidt [Facebook]
UCP: David Dorward [Facebook]

Edmonton-Highands-Norwood
AA: Chris Poplatek
APTish Prouse [Twitter]
AIP: Joe Hankins
COM: Alex Boykowich
Green: Taz Bouchier
NDP: Janis Irwin [Facebook, InstagramTwitter]
UCP: Leila Houle

Edmonton-Manning
AA: Adam Cory
AP: Manwar Khan [Twitter]
Green: Chris Vallee
AIP: Terris Kolybaba
NDP: Heather Sweet [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Harry Grewal

Edmonton-Meadows
AAThomas Varghese
APAmrit Matharu [Facebook]
AIP: Phil Batt
Liberal: Maria Omar
NDP: Jasvir Deol [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCPLen Rhodes

Edmonton-McClung
AAGordon Perrott
AP: Stephen Mandel [Facebook, Twitter]
NDP: Lorne Dach [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Laurie Mozeson [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Mill Woods
AP: Anju Sharma [Facebook]
AIP: Dallas Price
COM: Andrew Janewski
LiberalAbdi Bakal
NDPChristina Gray [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCP: Heather Sworin

Edmonton-North West
AA: Luke Burns
AP: Judy Kim-Meneen [Facebook, Twitter]
Liberal: Brandon Teixeira
AIPTimothy Shanks
NDP: David Eggen [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCP: Ali Eltayeb [Facebook]

Edmonton-Riverview
AP: Katherine O’Neill [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Corey MacFadden
Ind: Rob Bernshaw
Liberal: Indy Randhawa
NDP: Lori Sigurdson [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Kara Barker [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-Rutherford
AP: Aisha Rauf [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Lionel Levoir
Green: Valerie Kennedy
Liberal: Claire Wilde [Facebook]
NDP: Richard Feehan [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Hannah Presakarchuk [Facebook]

Edmonton-South
AP: Pramod Kumar [Twitter]
Green: Ben Roach
NDP: Thomas Dang [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Tunde Obasan [Facebook, Twitter]

Edmonton-South West
AA: Marilyn Burns
AP: Mo Elsalhy [Facebook, Twitter]
NDP: John Archer [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Kaycee Madu [Facebook]

Edmonton-Strathcona
AA: Don Meister
AP: Prem Pal
AIP: Ian Smythe
COM: Naomi Rankin

Green: Stuart Andrews
Ind: Gord McLean
Liberal: Samantha Hees
NDP: Rachel Notley [Facebook, Twitter]
PC: Gary Horan
UCP: Kulshan Gill
WR: Dale Doan

Edmonton-West Henday
AP: Winston Leung [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
Liberal: Leah McRorie [Twitter]
AIPDave Bjorkman
NDP: Jon Carson [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Nicole Williams [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Edmonton-Whitemud
APJonathan Dai [Facebook]
FCPJason Norris
NDP: Rakhi Pancholi [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Elizabeth Hughes [Facebook, Twitter]

Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche
AP: Jeff Fafard
Green: Brian Deheer
AIP: Mark Grinder

NDP: Jane Stroud [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Laila Goodridge [Facebook, Twitter]

Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo
AP: Marcus Erlandson
AIP: Michael Keller
NDP: Stephen Drover [Twitter]
UCP: Tany Yao [Facebook, Twitter]

Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville
APMarvin Olsen [Twitter]
AIP: Shane Ladouceur
AA: Ronald Malowany
FCP: Malcolm Stinson
Green: Rebecca Trotter
NDP: Jessica Littlewood [Facebook, Twitter]
UCPJackie Armstrong-Homeniuk [Facebook]

Grande Prairie
AP: Grant Berg [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Ray Robertson
FCPBernard Hancock
Ind: Rony Rajput
NDP: Todd Russell [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Tracy Allard [Facebook, Instagram]

Grande Prairie-Wapiti
AP: Jason Jones
Ind: Terry Dueck
NDP: Shannon Dunfield
UCP: Travis Toews [Facebook]

Highwood
AP: Ron Kerr
AIP: Dan Irving
NDPErik Overland
UCP: RJ Sigurdson [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Innisfail-Sylvan Lake
AP: Danielle Klooster [Facebook, Twitter]
AA: Brandon Vanderkley
FCP: Chad Miller
Ind: Ed Wychopen
NDP: Robyn O’Brien [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
Reform: Lauren Thorsteinson
UCP: Devin Dreeshen [Facebook, Twitter]

Lac Ste. Anne-Parkland
AA: Darrien Masse
AP: Don McCargar
AIP: Gordon McMillan
NDP: Oneil Carlier [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Shane Getson [Facebook]

Lacombe-Ponoka
AA: Shawn Tylke
AP: Myles Chykerda [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Tessa Szwagierczak
FCP: Keith Parrill
Ind: Sharon Maclise
NDP: Doug Hart
UCP: Ron Orr [Facebook, Twitter]

Leduc-Beaumont
APRobb Connelly
AIP: Kevin Dunn
AA: Gil Poitras
FCP: Jeff Rout
Green: Jenn Roach
Liberal: Chris Fenske
NDP: Shaye Anderson [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Brad Rutherford [Facebook, Twitter]

Lethbridge-East
AP: Ally Taylor
AIP: John McCanna
Liberal: Devon Hargreaves [FacebookTwitter]
NDP: Maria Fitzpatrick [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Nathan Neudorf [Facebook]

Lethbridge-West
APZac Rhodenizer [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Ben Maddison
Liberal: Pat Chizek
NDPShannon Phillips [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Karri Flatla [Facebook, Twitter]

Lesser Slave Lake
AP: Vincent Rain
AIP: Suzette Powder
Liberal: Robin Lefevre
NDP: Danielle Larivee [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Pat Rehn [Facebook]

Livingstone-Macleod
AP: Tim Meech
AIP: Vern Sparks
Green: Wendy Pergentile
Liberal: Dylin Hauser
NDP: Cam Gardner [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Roger Reid [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Maskwacis-Wetaskiwin
AA: Wesley Rea
AP: Sherry Greene
FCP: David White
NDP: Bruce Hinkley [Facebook, Twitter]
UCPRichard Wilson [Facebook, Twitter]

Morinville-St. Albert
AA: Tamara Krywaik
APNeil Korotash [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Mike Van Velzen
Green: Cass Romyn [Facebook, Twitter]
NDP: Natalie Birnie
UCP: Dale Nally [Facebook]

Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills
APChase Brown [Twitter]
AA: David Hughes
FCPAllen Maclennan
NDP: Kyle Johnston [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCP: Nathan Cooper [Facebook, Twitter]

Peace River
APDakota House [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
FCPConnie Russell
Liberal: Remi Tardif
NDP: Debbie Jabbour [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
UCP: Daniel Williams [Facebook, Twitter]

Red Deer North
AP: Paul Hardy [Facebook, Twitter]
FCP: Matthew Chapin
AIP: Michael Neufeld
NDP: Kim Schreiner [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Adriana LaGrange [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

Red Deer South
AP: Ryan McDougall [Facebook]
FCP: TJ Cartwright
Green: Lori Curran
NDP: Barb Miller [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Jason Stephan

Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre
AA: Paula Lamoureux
AP: Joe Anglin
AIP: David Rogers
FCP: Dawn Berard
Green: Jane Drummond
Ind: Gordon Francey
NDP: Jeff Ible
UCP: Jason Nixon [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube]

St. Albert
AADonald Petruka
AP: Barry Bailey [Twitter]
AIP: Sheldon Gron

Green: Cameron Jefferies [Twitter]
Liberal: Kevin McLean
NDP: Marie Renaud [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Jeff Wedman

Sherwood Park
AAChris Glassford
APSue Timanson [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]
AIP: Brian Ilkuf
NDP: Annie McKitrick [Facebook, Twitter]

UCP: Jordan Walker [Facebook, Twitter]

Spruce Grove-Stony Plain
APIvan Boles
AIP: Jody Crocker
NDP: Erin Babcock [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Searle Turton [Facebook, Twitter]

Strathcona-Sherwood Park
AADonald Melanson
AP: Dave Quest [Facebook]
AIP: Richard Scinta
Green: Albert Aris
Ind: Larry Maclise
NDP: Moira Vane [Facebook, Twitter]
UCP: Nate Glubish [Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter]

Taber-Warner
AP: Jason Beekman [Twitter]
Liberal: Amy Yates
NDP: Laura Ross-Giroux
UCP: Grant Hunter [Facebook, Twitter]

Vermilion-Lloydminster-Wainwright
AA: Kelly Zeleny
AP: Craig Peterson
FCP: Jim McKinnon
Ind: Robert McFadzean
NDP: Ryan Clarke [Facebook]
UCP: Garth Rowswell [Facebook]

West Yellowhead
AA: Paul Lupyczuk
APKirstie Gomuwka [Facebook, Twitter]
AIP: Travis Poirier
Ind: David Pearce
NDP: Paula Cackett [Facebook]
UCP: Martin Long [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter]

77 thoughts on “Alberta Election 2019

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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.

    Reply
  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

    Reply
  5. Rick Smith

    Sharon Smith will be seeking the UCP nomination in Leduc/Beaumont. She ran in this riding as a Wildrose Candidate last provincial election, finishing second to the NDP candidate

    Reply
  6. Richard

    Calgary – Peigan
    Spelling correction of (Piegan). Assuming that the word Peigan came from the Peigan Nation which is now known as the Piikani Nation of the Blackfoot confederacy. This would be one of those I before E except after C, or, or, or, or exceptions.

    Reply
  7. Alex

    David Dorward is recycling himself as a UCP nominee after being defeated in 2015 by Marlin Schmidt, now a Minister in the Notley government. I hope someone else runs against Dorward as he cannot win with his record.

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    1. Janet

      Well, Dorward got nominated so Alex got that wrong. Remember he had pink hair! What a goon. Marlin Schmidt will be tough to beat and Dorward did such a crap job with Premier Build-my-Penthouse 2011-2015 that Marlin is a shoe-in!

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      1. K Foon Der

        Not to nitpick at all but the error is too gross to let pass. Marlin Schmidt is a “shoo-in”. Dorward might not be a great candidate but when Notley was elected she had about 6 bonafide cabinet ministers so maybe the tide will raise all boats and the Kenney effect will resonate even though individual nomination candidates aren’t that great.

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  8. FAHAD MUGHAL

    Dave,
    I don’t know how you keep up with this political website.
    You have done a great job in compiling this data.

    Thank you.

    Fahad.

    Reply
  9. Chris

    I noticed Edmonton Strathcona is missing from this list. Are there any candidates for this riding yet?

    Reply
  10. Sandra Kim

    Hi Dave,

    Great job on your website. I appreciate how you keep Albertans informed.

    I am running as the nominee candidate for the UCP in the Maskwacis-Wetaskiwin constituency. Can you please change my name into a link for sandrakim.ca.

    Thank you,

    Sandra Kim
    sandrakimucp@gmail.com

    Reply
  11. Doug

    Can anyone explain why the conservatives were wiped out in 2015? Was it a sudden shift in ideology or corruption?

    Reply
    1. Harley Endersby

      I don’t think it was the ideology, mostly greed, arrogance and the history of corruption. They had no plan and no trust.

      Reply
      1. Foon Der

        Redford was a leftist PCA who would have been more at home with the LIberals. Prentice was more centrist but the well had been poisoned by Redford AND with the Wildrose floor crossers. Then Jim made his look in the mirror retort and called an election a year ahead of schedule trying to take advantage of Wildrose disorganization which resulted in the 3 way vote split that was a benefit to at least 20 NDP that were elected when the conservative vote was evenly fractured. RIP Jim Prentice but you miscalculated.

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    2. K Foon Der

      Vote split between PCA and WRP (27% vs 24%) combined it should have been 51% conservative vote. Where the NDP candidate got more than 30% of the vote in a riding it often beat the two conservative parties. A number of voters voted NDP to teach the governing PCA a lesson. Boy did they ever teach them a lesson. That is why Jason Kenney saw the solution as a re-unified conservative party. Those not happy with some of Jason’s decisions and policies may well vote NDP. Alberta Party or Liberal but it takes roughly 40% of the vote to win a majority. The polls have shown the UCP higher than 40% since 2017 when the parties voted to merge and then elect Jason Kenney as leader.

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    3. David l woodruff

      I’ve heard that a bunch of liberals had infiltrated the PC party and were starting to put legislation forward to take away land owner ship rights etc. (See landowners Council vids on you tube). Some offending bills were #s 19, 24, 36, & 50. “Total communism” or “Soviet Union of 35 years ago”, is what went through my mind when I heard about what they were doing! Stelmach and Redford were some of the offending premiers. Finally Redford’s ‘Sky palace’ being built, hit the news & she was ousted in disgrace. The Wildrose had some inner turmoil, and Prentice (new PC premier ) told Danielle Smith (Wildrose leader) that he wanted to start doing what the wildrosers had been saying so she a a bunch of her fellow Wildrose MLAs decided to cross over to make sure Prentice ‘got it right’. My understanding is that He told everyone in his circle that there was still 2 years before an election had to be called. Then he called the election out of the blue. The constituents of the floor crossers were mad that they hadn’t been consulted and voted in new Wildrose MLAs leaving the former MLAs out of the lej. The voters thought that 10 floor crossers made the Wildrose a suspect party so voted for NDP MLAs. Then everything has gone from bad to way worse. 180,000 jobs lost Unemployment from 4.3 to 7 or 8% (Stats Can figures) alienation of the Ag community & energy sector etc etc

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  12. Foon Der

    Calgary Varsity UCP candidate is Jason Copping, runners-up John Volponi, Michael Kim, John Huang, Leslie Doell, Grace Lane

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  13. K Foon Der

    Laila Goodridge wins UCP nomination Ft. McMurray Lac-La-Biche
    Tyler Shandro wins Calgary Acadia UCP nomination
    Demetrios Nicolaides wins Calgary Bow UCP nomination

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  14. Foon Der

    I believe the revised count of UCP nominations is 55/86 with 31 to be announced. Someone mentioned that one CA was missing – Innisfail/Sylvan Lake currently held by Devin Dreeshan who won the bye-election after Don MacIntyre and Brian Jean both resigned. Goodridge had to re-win the nomination and won while Dreeshan’s status has not been announced. If he has to face a nomination contest he will sit as an MLA for the first time on Oct. 29th not knowing whether he will be able to run in the spring election. At least Goodridge knows she will be around to run in the election. She won 66% of the vote in the bye-election while Dreeshan crushed Nicole Money with 80% of the vote. It was announced that Mooney was elected to the NDP executive even though she is a pro-life Catholic.

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  15. K. Foon Der

    I printed the whole list to count for myself and have a different total for UCP nominated candidates than Daveberta.ca. The list should be 58 UCP nominated with 28 nominations not yet complete. Calgary Cross nomination is November 3rd. Calgary Currie is November 5th, Morinville-St Albert is November 5&6. That would bring the UCP nominations to 61 with 25 yet to go. [5 in Calgary, 8 in Edmonton city, 3 in greater Edmonton, 2 in Lethbridge]. Innisfail-Sylvan Lake is still not on the list of constituencies.

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  16. Foon Der

    Still missing is the Innisfail-Sylvan Lake CA, UCP nominations are now correct 60 nominated and 26 nominations yet to be held. NDP nominated is correct at 24 with 18 CA nominations yet to be held. There are 44 CAs where the NDP have not listed a nominated candidate or nomination contest.

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  17. K Foon Der

    Seems odd that the NDP have only nominated 33 at this late date so unlikely to be a March drop of the writ?

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  18. Gurmit Bhachu

    I’d like to inform you that I’ve withdrawn my nomination for representing the NDP in Calgary Fish Creek. Due to personal circumstances I am unable to commit the time, energy and financial resources needed to run an effective campaign. I will continue to serve on the Constituency Association and I plan to be an active supporter of any future NDP candidate in this riding.
    Thanks,
    Gurmit Bhachu

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  19. Casey Worden

    Hi Dave, I am wondering if either Steve Drover or Jane Stroud faced any opposition in their nominations in Fort McMurray.

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  20. Matthew

    Can we stop pretending like Notley hasn’t been nominated in Edmonton-Strathcona? The party is bringing around her. She’s the candidate whether the party has made it “official” or not.

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  21. Matthew

    Sorry, my last comment meant to say branding. The NDP are branding around Rachel Notley. I think it’s safe to say that she is their nominated candidate for Edmonton-Strathcona.

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  22. Pam Woodall

    One correction for Livingstone-Macleod. I believe it should read: Alberta Independence Party, Vern Sparkes

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  23. Kathryn Burke

    Dave, is there any way you could identify the incumbent for each riding (if applicable) on your list?
    Thanks.

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  24. Tracey

    Are we still able to vote for a particular party in this upcoming election if that party has no representative in our riding?

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  25. Alex

    Carol-lynn Darch is running in Calgary-Beddington for ABP
    Craig Peterson is running in Vermillion-Lloydminster-Wainright for ABP

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  26. Bryan Taylor

    Just spoke to Vera Koziol, the FCP candidate for the Athabasca-Barrhead-Westlock constituency. She has informed me she has dropped out of the race. She is no longer running.

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  27. Cameron Stobbe

    I have a request for the candidate list.
    Add an asterisk or some other icon to indicate which candidates are MLAs running for reelection.

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