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Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows

Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows
British Columbia electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
MLA
 
 
 
Doug Bing
Liberal
First contested 2009
Last contested 2013

Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada. The 2008 re-distribution is an amalgamation of the old Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadow riding with an addition of a small portion of the old Maple Ridge-Mission.[1]

Contents

  • Demographics 1
  • Geography 2
    • 1999 redistribution 2.1
  • History 3
  • Members of the Legislative Assembly 4
  • Election results 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Demographics

Population, 2001 56,272
Population Change, 1996–2001 8.2%
Area (km²) 112.75
Pop. Density (people per km²) 499

Geography

1999 redistribution

Changes from Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows to Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows include:

  • Removal of the majority of land in the District of Maple Ridge
  • Removal of Douglas Island[1]

History

Members of the Legislative Assembly

  1. Michael Sather, New Democrat (2009-2013)
  2. Doug Bing, Liberal (2013–present)

Election results

B.C. General Election 2013: Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Doug Bing
New Democratic Elizabeth Rosenau
Green Michael Patterson
Independent Manuel "Mike" Pratas*
Total Valid Votes
Total Rejected Ballots
Turnout
  • Pratas campaigned with the BC Conservative Party but was listed as "No affiliation" on the ballot.
British Columbia general election, 1991
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
New Democratic Bill Hartley 11,591 45.16% $28,734
Liberal Steve Gilmore 8,786 34.23% $5,377
Social Credit Roman Evancic 4,986 19.42% $26,959
Green David B. Pehota 305 1.19% $310
Total valid votes 25,668 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 335 1.29%
Turnout 26,003 77.02%
British Columbia general election, 1996
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
New Democratic Bill Hartley 12,946 46.07% $34,860
Liberal Ken Stewart 10,960 39.00% $52,898
Progressive Democrat Peter Neufeld 2,011 7.16% $412
Reform Nick Walsh 1,470 5.23%
Green Richard Hennick 464 1.65% $100
Libertarian Lewis Clarke Dahlby 158 0.56%
Natural Law Matt Deacon 90 0.32% $118
Total valid votes 28,099 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 137 0.49%
Turnout 28,236 73.30%
British Columbia general election, 2001
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
Liberal Ken Stewart 12,235 52.96% $39,898
New Democratic Bill Hartley 5,764 24.95% $22,812
Green Mike Gildersleeve 3,069 13.29% $2,437
Unity Dave Hensman 1,220 5.28% $7,515
Marijuana Rick Cameron 716 3.10% $394
Action Michael Felgner 97 0.42% $300
Total valid votes 23,101 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 77 0.33%
Turnout 23,178 72.90%
British Columbia general election, 2005
Party Candidate Votes %
New Democratic Michael Sather 11,786 46.38%
Liberal Ken Stewart 10,861 42.74%
Green Mike Gildersleeve 1,869 7.36%
Democratic Reform Rick Butler 534 2.10%
Marijuana Denise Briere-Smart 360 1.42%
Total 25,410 100.00%
British Columbia general election, 2009
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
New Democratic Michael Sather 9232 46.91 +0.53
Liberal Ken Stewart 9062 46.04 +3.30
Green Rob Hornsey 1064 5.41 −1.95
Independent Chum Richardson 194 0.99
Refederation Jay Ariken 129 0.66

References

  1. ^ a b "Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows B.C. Votes". CBC.ca. 2009-04-12. Retrieved 2009-04-12. 

External links

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