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electoral district
Location of Westside-Kelowna
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
Christy Clark
District created 2008
First contested 2009
Last contested 2013
Population (2006) 51,958
Electors (2013) 44,830
Area (km²) 1,139.78
Pop. density (per km²) 45.6
Census divisions Regional District of Central Okanagan
Census subdivisions Central Okanagan J, Kelowna, Tsinstikeptum 9, Tsinstikeptum 10, West Kelowna

Westside-Kelowna is a provincial electoral district in British Columbia, Canada established by the Electoral Districts Act, 2008. It was first contested in the ensuing election. The riding was created out of parts of Okanagan-Westside, Kelowna-Lake Country and Kelowna-Mission.

Just weeks after the 2013 British Columbia election, newly re-elected MLA Ben Stewart resigned to allow Premier Christy Clark, who had lost her own seat, to run in a by-election.[1]

Members of the Legislative Assembly

  1. Ben Stewart, Liberal (2009–2013)[1]
  2. Christy Clark, Liberal (2013-present)

Electoral history


B.C. General Election 2013: Westside-Kelowna
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Total Valid Votes 22,243 100.00
Total Rejected Ballots 215 0.97
Electors on the list 44,830 [2]
Turnout 22,458 50.10 +2.75

Liberal hold Swing +4.39
B.C. General Election 2009 Westside-Kelowna
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     NDP Tish Lakes 5,656 29.19 -1.4 $26,122
     Conservative Peter Neville 1,772 9.14 $9,705

Total Valid Votes 19,379 100.00
Total Rejected Ballots 107 0.55
Turnout 19,486 47.35

Liberal notional hold Swing +1.2

^ Change based on redistributed results


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