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By-Elections May 13, 2002 – Official Voting Results


SYNOPSIS OF THE OFFICIAL VOTING RESULTS

Note to the reader

Electors on the lists

For the seven May 13, 2002 by-elections, the final lists of electors, established after polling day under section 109 of the Canada Elections Act, included:

Voting under the Special Voting Rules

The Special Voting Rules allow voting by special ballot, by mail or in person at the office of the returning officer. Two groups of electors may use this method.

The first group consists of electors whose names appear on separate lists:


The second group consists of electors whose ordinary residence is located in one of the seven electoral districts and whose names appear on the lists of electors for the polling divisions, but who register to vote by special ballot because they do not wish to vote at an advance poll or on polling day.

Rounding of figures

Because the figures given in the tables in this report were rounded, there may be some discrepancies in the totals.

Short forms of political affiliations used in this report

Bloc Québécois
(Bloc Québécois)

Canadian Alliance
(Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance)

Christian Heritage Party
(Christian Heritage Party)

Green Party
(The Green Party of Canada)

Independent
(Independent)

Liberal
(Liberal Party of Canada)

Marijuana Party
(Marijuana Party)

N.D.P.
(New Democratic Party)

Progressive Conservative
(Progressive Conservative Party of Canada)

No Affiliation

TABLE 3 – Number of electors and polling stations

Electoral district Population* Electors on
the lists
Ordinary
polling stations
Advance
polling
stations
Total
polling
stations
Stationary
Mobile
Bonavista–Trinity–Conception 83 661
65 687
257
7 16 280
Calgary Southwest 115 498 80 360 214 3 9 226
Gander–Grand Falls 70 891 55 260 168 4 12 184
Saint Boniface 81 239 58 653 168 0 7 175
Saint-Léonard–Saint-Michel 102 302 74 465 191 0 8 199
Verdun–Saint-Henri–
Saint-Paul–Pointe Saint-Charles
91 795 68 115 194 3 10 207
Windsor West 117 041 76 825 224 4 9 237
Total 662 427 479 465 1 416 21 71 1 508

*Based on 2001 Census

TABLE 4 – Number of ballots and elector turnout

Electoral district Population* Electors on
the lists
Valid ballots Rejected
ballots
Total
ballots cast
Percentage of
elector
participation
Bonavista–Trinity–Conception 83 661
65 687
24 945
184
25 129
38.2
Calgary Southwest 115 498 80 360 18 421 98 18 519 23.0
Gander–Grand Falls 70 891 55 260 19 120 90 19 210 34.8
Saint Boniface 81 239 58 653 20 693 82 20 775 35.4
Saint-Léonard–Saint-Michel 102 302 74 465 16 849 213 17 062 22.9
Verdun–Saint-Henri–
Saint-Paul–Pointe Saint-Charles
91 795 68 115 17 053 280 17 333 25.4
Windsor West 117 041 76 825 32 846 200 33 046 43.0
Total 662 427 479 465 149 927 1 147 151 074 ...

*Based on 2001 Census

TABLE 5 – List of candidates and individual results

Electoral district Candidate and affiliation Place of residence Occupation Votes
obtained
Percentage of
valid votes
Bonavista–Trinity–
Conception
Bradshaw, Christopher John
(Green Party)
Ottawa Business Person 139 0.55
Brazil, Michelle
(Progressive Conservative)
Bellevue Coordinator 5 281 21.17
Efford, John R.
(Liberal)
Bareneed Politician 18 665 74.82
Gill, Jim
(N.D.P.)
Mount Pearl Financial Services Representative 588 2.35
Rockwood, Brent
(No Affiliation)
Harbour Grace Businessman 106 0.42
Tulett, David
(Canadian Alliance)
St. John’s Associate Professor 166 0.66
Calgary Southwest Barrett, Gordon
(Independent)
Sherwood Park Contractor, Administrator 428 2.32
Gray, Ron
(Christian Heritage Party)
Abbotsford Party Leader 320 1.73
Harper, Stephen Joseph
(Canadian Alliance)
Calgary Economist 13 200 71.65
Kohut, James S.
(Green Party)
Calgary Pipeline Surveyor 660 3.58
Phipps, Bill
(N.D.P.)
Calgary Minister 3 813 20.69
Gander—Grand Falls Barnes, Rex
(Progressive Conservative)
Grand Falls-Windsor Paramedic 9 273 48.49
Hartle, Garry
(Canadian Alliance)
Portugal Cove
Consultant 422 2.20
Lannon, John
(N.D.P.)
Gander
Sub-contractor 873 4.56
Tulk, Beaton
(Liberal)
St. John’s Politician 8 552 44.72
Saint Boniface Buors, Chris
(Marijuana Party)
Winnipeg Telephone Survey Taker 435 2.10
Kabashiki, Jean-Paul
(Christian Heritage Party)
Winnipeg Computer Programmer 210 1.01
Parry, John Edmund
(N.D.P.)
Winnipeg Courier 3 106 15.00
Reilly, Mike
(Progressive Conservative)
Winnipeg Project Manager 3 583 17.31
Saint-Léonard—
Saint-Michel
Simard, Denis
(Canadian Alliance)
Stonewall Diesel Mechanic 4 497 21.73
Simard, Raymond
(Liberal)
Winnipeg Management Consultant 8 862 42.82
Caplette, Normand
(N.D.P.)
Repentigny Personnel Officer 447 2.65
Cordeiro, Antonio
(Progressive Conservative)
Montréal
Sales Representative
634 3.76
Di Genova, Umberto
(Bloc Québécois)
Montréal-Nord Retired Educator 1 495 8.87
Pacetti, Massimo
(Liberal)
Saint-Léonard Accountant 14 076 83.54
St-Maurice, Marc-Boris
(Marijuana Party)
Saint-Laurent Editor 197 1.16
Verdun—Saint-Henri
Saint-Paul—
Pointe Saint-Charles
Côté, Bernard
(Progressive Conservativer)
Montréal
Property Manager 735 4.31
De Santis, Joe
(Canadian Alliance)
Lachine Businessman 241 1.41
Frulla, Liza
(Liberal)
Montréal Talk Show Host 10 897 63.90
Goulet, Sonia
(Bloc Québécois)
Verdun Student 4 432 25.98
Lindblad, Robert
(No Affiliation)
Verdun Investigator 113 0.66
McLauchlin, Matthew
(N.D.P.)
Montréal Translator 635 3.72
Windsor West Fuschi, Rick
(Canadian Alliance)
Windsor
Auto Industry Employee 5 420 16.50
Holt, Chris
(Green Party)
Windsor Tool and Die Maker 655 1.99
James, Allan
(Christian Heritage Party)
Camlachie Chemical Engineer 249 0.75
Masse, Brian
(N.D.P.)
Windsor Program Coordinator 14 021 42.68
Pollock, Richard
(Liberal)
Windsor Lawyer 11 544 35.14
West, Ian
(Progressive Conservative)
Belle River Student 957 2.91


¹

For Canadian electors temporarily residing outside Canada, the address for voting purposes is one of the following:

  • the address of the elector’s last place of ordinary residence in Canada
  • the address of the place of ordinary residence of the spouse, the common-law partner or a relative of the elector, a relative of the elector’s spouse or common-law partner, or of a person in relation to whom the elector is a dependant
  • the address of the place of ordinary residence of a person with whom the elector would live if he or she were not residing outside Canada
²

For incarcerated electors, the address for voting purposes is the first of the following known to the elector:

  • the address of the elector’s residence before incarceration
  • the address of the place of residence of the spouse, the common-law partner or a relative or dependant of the elector, or of a relative of the elector’s spouse or common-law partner with whom the elector would live if he or she were not incarcerated
  • the address of the place of his or her arrest
  • the address of the last court where the elector was convicted and sentenced


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