daveberta.ca - Alberta politics blog: alberta election maps: candidate nominations (february 2012).

Using the latest updates from the list of Alberta election candidates, I have created the maps below showing where the Progressive Conservatives, New Democrats, Wildrose Party, Liberal Party, Alberta Party, and Evergreen Party have nominated candidates. Alberta Progressive Conservative Nominated Election Candidates (February 20, 2012) Alberta NDP Nominated Election Candidates

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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics blog: tories holding second vote in calgary-west. hints at broader problems in nomination process.

Shiraz Shariff After weeks of bad press caused by the disqualification of nominated Calgary-West candidate Shiraz Shariff, the Progressive Conservatives announced yesterday that they would be holding a new nomination meeting in that constituency. In what amounts to a re-vote, only the four candidates involved in the original vote will

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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics blog: pc party shoots the [shiraz] shariff. premier redford to appoint a new candidate in calgary-west.

As I first wrote about in yesterday’s post, former Calgary-McCall MLA Shiraz Shariff has been disqualified as the Progressive Conservative candidate in Calgary-West after complaints of voting irregularities at the recent nomination meeting. Shiraz Shariff Mr. Shariff narrowly defeated former Alberta Health Services chairman Ken Hughes, who sits in Premier

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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics blog: alison redford to appoint a new candidate in calgary-west, say tory sources.

Premier Alison Redford Following claims of voting irregularities at the recently held Calgary-West Progressive Conservative nomination meeting, Tory sources are saying that Premier Alison Redford may find a new candidate to carry her party’s banner in that constituency. The hard fought nomination battle saw former Calgary-McCall MLA Shiraz Shariff shock political

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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics blog: tories nearing a full-slate of candidates, opposition parties all over the map in election preparation.

After a week away from the blogging world, I spent some time this weekend catching up with plenty of election nomination candidate updates. Alberta’s political parties are all in varying degrees of preparation for the upcoming election and for the next session of the Legislative Assembly. The Spring sitting of

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