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Transposition of Votes – 2013 Representation Order

Table 6.7 - Manitoba
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 1-Party Rank 1-Total vote Rank 1-% vote Rank 2-Party Rank 2-Total vote Rank 2-% vote
Brandon–Souris Conservative 21,253 63.8 NDP-New Democratic Party 8,202 24.6
Charleswood–St. James–Assiniboia–Headingley Conservative 23,264 57.6 NDP-New Democratic Party 8,134 20.1
Churchill–Keewatinook Aski NDP-New Democratic Party 10,962 51.7 Conservative 5,540 26.1
Dauphin–Swan River–Neepawa Conservative 22,213 64.5 NDP-New Democratic Party 8,541 24.8
Elmwood–Transcona Conservative 16,086 46.9 NDP-New Democratic Party 15,364 44.8
Kildonan–St. Paul Conservative 21,417 58.5 NDP-New Democratic Party 11,007 30.1
Portage–Lisgar Conservative 25,738 75.8 NDP-New Democratic Party 3,467 10.2
Provencher Conservative 24,628 70.4 NDP-New Democratic Party 6,358 18.2
Saint Boniface–Saint Vital Conservative 20,261 50.1 Liberal 12,611 31.2
Selkirk–Interlake–Eastman Conservative 28,380 66.5 NDP-New Democratic Party 10,695 25.1
Winnipeg Centre NDP-New Democratic Party 13,928 53.7 Conservative 7,173 27.6
Winnipeg North NDP-New Democratic Party 9,440 35.4 Liberal 9,331 35
Winnipeg South Conservative 20,509 51.7 Liberal 12,684 32
Winnipeg South Centre Conservative 19,185 41.2 Liberal 17,057 36.6


Table 6.7 (continued) - Manitoba
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 3-Party Rank 3-Total vote Rank 3-% vote Rank 4-Party Rank 4-Total vote Rank 4-% vote
Brandon–Souris Green Party 1,913 5.7 Liberal 1,912 5.7
Charleswood–St. James–Assiniboia–Headingley Liberal 7,433 18.4 Green Party 1,587 3.9
Churchill–Keewatinook Aski Liberal 4,212 19.9 Green Party 491 2.3
Dauphin–Swan River–Neepawa Liberal 2,179 6.3 Green Party 1,468 4.3
Elmwood–Transcona Liberal 1,779 5.2 Green Party 1,053 3.1
Kildonan–St. Paul Liberal 2,888 7.9 Green Party 970 2.6
Portage–Lisgar Liberal 2,031 6 Green Party 1,916 5.6
Provencher Liberal 2,355 6.7 Green Party 1,039 3
Saint Boniface–Saint Vital NDP-New Democratic Party 6,382 15.8 Green Party 1,165 2.9
Selkirk–Interlake–Eastman Liberal 2,072 4.9 Green Party 1,482 3.5
Winnipeg Centre Liberal 2,872 11.1 Green Party 1,830 7.1
Winnipeg North Conservative 7,295 27.4 Green Party 475 1.8
Winnipeg South NDP-New Democratic Party 5,604 14.1 Green Party 846 2.1
Winnipeg South Centre NDP-New Democratic Party 8,554 18.3 Green Party 1,502 3.2


Table 6.7 (continued) - Manitoba
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 5-Party Rank 5-Total vote Rank 5-% vote Rank 6-Party Rank 6-Total vote Rank 6-% vote
Brandon–Souris Others 18 0.1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Charleswood–St. James–Assiniboia–Headingley Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Churchill–Keewatinook Aski Others 0 0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Dauphin–Swan River–Neepawa Others 27 0.1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Elmwood–Transcona Others 7 0.0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Kildonan–St. Paul Others 348 1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Portage–Lisgar Others 807 2.4 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Provencher Others 623 1.8 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Saint Boniface–Saint Vital Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Selkirk–Interlake–Eastman Others 54 0.1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Winnipeg Centre Others 152 0.6 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Winnipeg North Others 126 0.5 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Winnipeg South Others 0 0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Winnipeg South Centre Others 321 0.7 Bloc Québécois 0 0

Notes:

Number of federal electoral districts: 14

*In each electoral district, the right to provide the returning officer with lists of qualified persons to be appointed as election officers varies by positions to be filled. To appoint revising agents and registration officers, the returning officer solicits names of suitable persons from the registered parties whose candidates ranked first and second in the last general election. The returning officer appoints deputy returning officers from lists provided by registered parties whose candidates ranked first. He/she solicits names from the registered parties whose candidates ranked second to appoint poll clerks.

Table 6.8 - Saskatchewan
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 1-Party Rank 1-Total vote Rank 1-% vote Rank 2-Party Rank 2-Total vote Rank 2-% vote
Battlefords–Lloydminster Conservative 17,168 65.9 NDP-New Democratic Party 7,304 28.1
Cypress Hills–Grasslands Conservative 22,871 70.6 NDP-New Democratic Party 6,742 20.8
Desnethé–Missinippi–Churchill River Conservative 9,767 46.9 NDP-New Democratic Party 9,454 45.4
Carlton Trail–Eagle Creek Conservative 22,306 68.3 NDP-New Democratic Party 7,966 24.4
Moose Jaw–Lake Centre–Lanigan Conservative 22,963 61 NDP-New Democratic Party 12,252 32.5
Prince Albert Conservative 20,774 62.4 NDP-New Democratic Party 10,482 31.5
Regina–Lewvan NDP-New Democratic Party 17,400 45.2 Conservative 16,894 43.9
Regina–Qu'Appelle Conservative 16,197 53.2 NDP-New Democratic Party 11,769 38.6
Regina–Wascana Liberal 15,271 41.8 Conservative 13,056 35.7
Saskatoon–Grasswood Conservative 18,118 50.2 NDP-New Democratic Party 14,372 39.8
Saskatoon–University Conservative 17,067 48.6 NDP-New Democratic Party 13,344 38
Saskatoon West NDP-New Democratic Party 15,573 51.1 Conservative 12,955 42.5
Souris–Moose Mountain Conservative 22,424 72.9 NDP-New Democratic Party 5,689 18.5
Yorkton–Melville Conservative 23,607 68.9 NDP-New Democratic Party 7,526 22


Table 6.8 (continued) - Saskatchewan
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 3-Party Rank 3-Total vote Rank 3-% vote Rank 4-Party Rank 4-Total vote Rank 4-% vote
Battlefords–Lloydminster Liberal 881 3.4 Green Party 680 2.6
Cypress Hills–Grasslands Liberal 1,894 5.8 Green Party 901 2.8
Desnethé–Missinippi–Churchill River Liberal 1,097 5.3 Green Party 514 2.5
Carlton Trail–Eagle Creek Liberal 1,278 3.9 Green Party 854 2.6
Moose Jaw–Lake Centre–Lanigan Liberal 1,423 3.8 Green Party 1,021 2.7
Prince Albert Liberal 1,144 3.4 Green Party 740 2.2
Regina–Lewvan Liberal 3,157 8.2 Green Party 1,060 2.8
Regina–Qu'Appelle Liberal 1,449 4.8 Green Party 908 3
Regina–Wascana NDP-New Democratic Party 7,341 20.1 Green Party 898 2.5
Saskatoon–Grasswood Liberal 2,641 7.3 Green Party 900 2.5
Saskatoon–University Liberal 3,374 9.6 Green Party 1,026 2.9
Saskatoon West Liberal 1,147 3.8 Green Party 782 2.6
Souris–Moose Mountain Liberal 1,719 5.6 Green Party 944 3.1
Yorkton–Melville Liberal 2,266 6.6 Green Party 817 2.4


Table 6.8 (continued) - Saskatchewan
Table 6.8 - Saskatchewan
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 5-Party Rank 5-Total vote Rank 5-% vote Rank 6-Party Rank 6-Total vote Rank 6-% vote
Battlefords–Lloydminster Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Cypress Hills–Grasslands Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Desnethé–Missinippi–Churchill River Others 0 0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Carlton Trail–Eagle Creek Others 235 0.7 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Moose Jaw–Lake Centre–Lanigan Others 11 0.0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Prince Albert Others 142 0.4 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Regina–Lewvan Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Regina–Qu'Appelle Others 127 0.4 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Regina–Wascana Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Saskatoon–Grasswood Others 43 0.1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Saskatoon–University Others 309 0.9 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Saskatoon West Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Souris–Moose Mountain Others 0 0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Yorkton–Melville Others 58 0.2 Bloc Québécois 0 0

Notes:

Number of federal electoral districts: 14

*In each electoral district, the right to provide the returning officer with lists of qualified persons to be appointed as election officers varies by positions to be filled. To appoint revising agents and registration officers, the returning officer solicits names of suitable persons from the registered parties whose candidates ranked first and second in the last general election. The returning officer appoints deputy returning officers from lists provided by registered parties whose candidates ranked first. He/she solicits names from the registered parties whose candidates ranked second to appoint poll clerks.