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Surrey-White Rock

Surrey-White Rock
British Columbia electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
MLA
 
 
 
Gordon Hogg
Liberal
Demographics
Census divisions Metro Vancouver
Census subdivisions Surrey, White Rock

Surrey-White Rock is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada. During the 2008 re-distribution of riding boundaries, Surrey-White Rock kept the majority of its existing region.[1]

Contents

  • Demographics 1
  • Geography 2
  • History 3
  • Member of Legislative Assembly 4
  • Election results 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Demographics

Population, 2001 52,770
Population Change, 1996–2001 6.8%
Area (km²) 24.07
Pop. Density (people per km²) 2,192

Geography

The riding is bounded on the south and west by Semiahmoo Bay, on the east by Highway 99, and on the north by 24th Avenue. The riding contains the southwest corner of Surrey, the city of White Rock, and the Semiahmoo Indian Reserve.[1]

History

Member of Legislative Assembly

Its MLA is Gordon Hogg, a former mayor of White Rock. He was first elected in a 1997 by-election. He represents the British Columbia Liberal Party.

Election results

B.C. General Election 1991: Surrey-White Rock
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Wilf Hurd 11,008 38.84% $7,291
     NDP Donna Osatiuk 9,063 31.98% $28,721
Social Credit Chip Barrett 8,062 28.44% $54,719
Conservative Bill Smith 209 0.74% $1,188
Total valid votes 28,342 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 540 1.50%
Turnout 28,882 80.36%
B.C. General Election 1996: Surrey-White Rock
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Wilf Hurd 18,039 58.04% +19.20% $43,193
     NDP David Thompson 8,215 26.43% -5.55% $46,434
Reform David Secord 2,519 8.10% - $22,924
Progressive Democrat Ahmad Bajwa 1,110 3.57% - $100
Green Steve Chitty 677 2.18% - $400
     Independent Kathy Burden 295 0.95% -
     Social Credit Rick Post 226 0.73% -27.71% $3,395
Total valid votes 31,081 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 118 0.38%
Turnout 31,199 75.89%
B.C. General Election 2001: Surrey-White Rock
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Gordon J. Hogg 18,678 68.70% +10.66% $46,685
Green Ruth Christine 3,577 13.16% +10.98% $2,700
     NDP Matt Todd 3,415 12.56% -13.87% $5,509
Unity Garry Sahl 983 3.62% -
Marijuana David Bourgeois 536 1.96% - $394
Total valid votes 27,189 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 91 0.33%
Turnout 27,280 77.64%
British Columbia general election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Gordon Hogg 16,462 57.86% −10.84%
New Democratic Moh Chelali 7,511 26.40% +13.24%
Green Ashley Brie Hughes 3,051 10.72% −2.44%
Conservative David James Evans 1,340 4.71%
Democratic Reform Ronald Edward Dunsford 87 0.31%
Total 28,451 100.00%
British Columbia general election, 2009
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Gordon Hogg 15,121 62.05% +4.19%
New Democratic Drina Allen 6,668 27.36% +0.96%
Green Don Pitcairn 2,118 8.69% −2.03%
Reform David Charles Hawkins 464 1.90%
Total 24,371 100.00%
Source:"2009 Official Election Results for Surrey-White Rock". Elections BC. 5 June 2009. Retrieved 14 August 2009. 
B.C. General Election 2013: Surrey-White Rock
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Don Pitcairn
New Democratic Susan Keeping
British Columbia Party Jim Laurence
Liberal Gordon Hogg
Conservative Elizabeth Pagtakhan
Total Valid Votes
Total Rejected Ballots
Turnout

References

  1. ^ a b "Surrey-White Rock B.C. votes". CBCNEWS.ca. CBC.ca. Retrieved 2009-04-12. 

External links

  • BC Stats
  • Results of 2001 election (pdf)
  • 2001 Expenditures (pdf)
  • Results of 1996 election
  • 1996 Expenditures
  • Results of 1991 election
  • 1991 Expenditures
  • Website of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
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