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Social Credit Party of Canada candidates, 1979 Canadian federal election

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Social Credit Party of Canada candidates, 1979 Canadian federal election

The Social Credit Party of Canada won six seats in the 1979 federal election, all in the province of Quebec. It also fielded candidates in other provinces. Some of the party's candidates have their own biography pages; information about others may be found here.

Manitoba

Peter Stevens (Winnipeg—Assiniboine)

Stevens was previously a candidate of the Social Credit Party of Manitoba in the 1977 provincial election. He listed himself as a manufacturer.[1]

Electoral record
Election District Party Votes % Place Winner
1977 provincial Point Douglas Social Credit 59 1.20 5/5 Donald Malinowski, New Democratic Party
1979 federal Winnipeg—Assiniboine Social Credit 150 4/5 Dan McKenzie, Progressive Conservative

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