Doug Martindale (NDP)
This riding has existed since 1958. It�s in an older part of the north end of Winnipeg and its residents are mostly lower-income earners. The riding is bounded by Inkster Boulevard to the north, McKenzie to the east, the CPR Main Line to the south and Keewatin to the west.The population in 2001 was 19,515. The average family income was $41,728 with an unemployment rate of eight per cent. The main industry in this riding was manufacturing (25%).
|2003||NDP Doug Martindale defeated LIB Tony Sanchez by 2,752 votes.|
|1999||NDP Martindale defeated LIB Mike Babinski by 3,301 votes.|
|1995||NDP Martindale defeated PC Bill McGee by 3,482 votes.|
|1990||NDP Martindale defeated incumbent LIB William Chornopyski by 2,150 votes.|
|1988||LIB Chornopyski defeated NDP Martindale by 109 votes.|
|1986||NDP Conrad Santos defeated IND William Chornopyski by 2,110 votes. Chornopyski became a Liberal for the 1988 election.|
|1981||NDP Santos defeated PC Mary Shore by 3,506 votes.|
|1977||NDP Ben Hanuschak defeated PC Ken Alyuia by 2,415 votes.|
|1973||NDP Hanuschak defeated Doug Krochuk by 4,233 votes.|
|1969||NDP Hanuschak, first been elected in 1966, defeated PC W.M. Swystun by 2,101 votes.|
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- Updated: Nov 30, 2007, 10:50 CST
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