Canadian federal election results in vancouver island

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This is page shows results of Canadian federal elections on Vancouver Island.

Regional profile

Like most of British Columbia outside of Greater Vancouver, Vancouver Island tends to be a battleground between the Conservatives and the NDP. This is as true now, as has been in the past, except between 1988 and 2004. In 1988, the NDP swept the island in a wave of popular support that saw the party win the most seats in its history. This was wiped out in 1993 however, when many NDP voters switched to the Reform Party which won every seat except Victoria, which was picked up by the Liberals for the first time since 1968. This arrangement continued until the resurgence of the NDP in 2004, which led to it picking up Nanaimo—Cowichan, while the Liberals benefited by the seat switching of Keith Martin in Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca, whose personal popularity allowed him to be re-elected as a Liberal. Liberal support is concentrated in the southern urban areas where they still remain competitive, although this has translated to few seats as of late. The NDP made inroads in 2006 picking up Victoria from the Liberals and Vancouver Island North from the Tories. The Tories won Vancouver Island North back in 2008. In 2011, the NDP picked up Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca from the Liberals while Green Party leader Elizabeth May defeated Tory cabinet member Gary Lunn in Saanich—Gulf Islands to win her party's first elected parliamentary seat in history.

2011 - 41st General Election

2008 - 40th General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
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Esquimalt—
Juan de Fuca
Troy DeSouza

19,974

Keith Martin

20,042

Jennifer Burgis

13,322

Brian Gordon

4,957

Philip Ney (IND) 309
Brad Rhodes (CAP) 130
Keith Martin
Nanaimo—Alberni James Lunney

28,959

Richard Pesik

5,586

Zeni Maartman

19,687

John Fryer

7,467

Frank Wagner (CHP) 186
Barbara Biley (M-L) 154
James Lunney
Nanaimo—Cowichan Reed Elley

22,582

Brian Scott

4,429

Jean Crowder

27,144

Christina Knighton

5,744

Jack East (M-L) 180 Jean Crowder
Saanich—
Gulf Islands
Gary Lunn

27,988

Briony Penn

25,367

Julian West1

3,667

Andrew Lewis

6,732

Dale Leier (Liber.) 246
Patricia O'Brien (WBP) 195
Jeremy Arney (CAP) 139
Dan Moreau (CHP) 114
Gary Lunn
Vancouver Island North John Duncan

26,166

Geoff Fleischer

2,391

Catherine Bell

23,681

Philip Stone

4,563

Jason Draper (IND) 361 Catherine Bell
Victoria Jack McClintock

16,337

Anne Park Shannon

10,006

Denise Savoie

26,423

Adam Saab

6,292

John Cooper (CHP)

237

Denise Savoie
  1. Julian West stepped down, however his name remained on the ballot.

2006 - 39th General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
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Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca Keith Martin
20,761
Troy DeSouza
16,327
Randall Garrison
18,595
Mike Robinson
3,385
Doug Christie (WBP)
272
David Piney (CAP)
89
Keith Martin
Nanaimo—Alberni Jim Stewart
12,023
James Lunney
26,102
Manjeet Uppal
20,335
David Wright
3,379
Barbara Biley (M-L)
94
Jen Fisher-Bradley (CAP)
113
R. L. Dusty Miller (Ind.)
920
Frank Wagner (CHP)
136
James Lunney
Nanaimo—Cowichan Brian Scott
9,352
Norm Sowden
19,615
Jean Crowder
28,558
Harold Henn
3,107
Jack East (M-L)
227
Jeff Warr (CAP)
277
Jean Crowder
Saanich—Gulf Islands Sheila Orr
17,144
Gary Lunn
24,416
Jennifer Burgis
17,445
Andrew Lewis
6,533
Patricia O'Brien (WBP)
183
Gary Lunn
Vancouver Island North Jim Mitchell
7,243
John Duncan
22,931
Catherine Bell
23,561
Michael Mascall
2,735
John Duncan
Victoria David Mulroney
17,056
Robin Baird
15,249
Denise Savoie
23,839
Ariel Lade
5,036
Fred Mallach
(Mar.)
311
Saul Andersen (Ind.)
282
Bruce Burnett (WBP)
208
David Anderson

2004 - 38th General Election

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Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca Keith Martin
19,389
John Koury
13,271
Randall Garrison
16,821
Jane Sterk
5,078
Jen Fisher-Bradley (Ind.)
229
Shawn Giles (CAP)
141
Keith Martin [1]
Nanaimo—Alberni Hira Chopra
11,770
James Lunney
23,158
Scott Fraser
19,152
David Wright
4,357
Diana Lifton (CAP)
201
Barbara Biley (M-L)
80
Michael Mann (Mar.)
560
James Lunney
Nanaimo—Cowichan Lloyd MacIlquham
9,257
David Quist
18,928
Jean Crowder
25,243
Harold Henn
3,822
Brunie Brunie (Ind.)
229
Jeffrey Warr (Ind.)
270
Reed Elley
Saanich—Gulf Islands David Mulroney
17,082
Gary Lunn
22,050
Jennifer Burgis
13,763
Andrew Lewis
10,662
Mary Moreau (Ind.)
214
Gary Lunn
Vancouver Island North Noor Ahmed
11,352
John Duncan
18,733
Catherine Bell
18,250
Pam Munroe
4,456
Jack East (M-L)
111
John Duncan
Victoria David Anderson
20,398
Logan Wenham
12,708
David Turner
18,093
Ariel Lade
6,807
Derek Skinner (CAP)
206
David Anderson

  1. ^ Martin formerly Conservative, became Independent, ran for re-election as Liberal

  1. Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca
  2. Nanaimo-Alberni
  3. Nanaimo-Cowichan
  4. Saanich-Gulf Islands
  5. Vancouver Island North
  6. Victoria

2000 - 37th General Election

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