MANITOBA VOTES 2007

Riding Profiles

DISTRICT: STE. ROSE
Candidate Party Vote Count Vote Share Elected
Stu Briese PC 3,599 59.14% X
Denise Harder NDP 2,022 33.22%
Janelle Mailhot LIB 465 7.64%
Updated: Nov. 30, 2007 10:50 CST 63 of 63 polls reporting

Ste. Rose


Current MLA:

Glen Cummings (PC)

Candidates:

LIBLIB: Janelle Mailhot
NDPNDP: Denise Harder
PCPC: Stu Briese

Riding Profile:

This riding has existed since the 1914 election. It's in southwest Manitoba, with Lake Manitoba as its eastern and northern boundaries. The riding includes Gladstone, Neepawa, Ste. Rose du Lac and Westbourne. Neepawa, the self-declared World Lily Capital, is the birthplace of author Margaret Laurence.

The population in 2001 was 18,955. The average family income was $41,126, with an unemployment rate of 5.9 per cent.� The major industry was agriculture (30.2%) followed by health and social services (14.8%).




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Riding History:

2003 turnout: 52.72%

2003 PC Glen Cummings defeated NDP John Harapiak by 1,408 votes.
1999 PC Cummings defeated NDP Louise Wilson by 578 votes.
1995 PC Cummings defeated NDP John Morisseau by 1,421 votes.
1990 PC Cummings defeated LIB Ivan Traill by 1,764 votes.
1988 PC Cummings defeated LIB Brent Johnson by 1,092 votes.
1986 PC Cummings defeated NDP Garry Anderson by 715 votes.
1981, 1977, 1973, 1971 NDP Pete Adam elected, first taking the seat in a byelection.

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Overall Election Results
Party Elected Leading Total Vote Share
NDP 36 0 36 48%
PC 19 0 19 37.89%
LIB 2 0 2 12.39%
GRN 0 0 0 1.34%
OTH 0 0 0 0.38%
  • Updated: Nov 30, 2007, 10:50 CST

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