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Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1999)

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The Manitoba general election of 1999 was held on 21 September. The results were as follows:

Party

Leader

Votes

Seats

New Democratic

Gary Albert Doer

219,689

32

Progressive Conservative

Gary Albert Filmon

201,562

24

Liberal

Jon Gerrard

66,111

1

Manitoba

Roger Woloshyn

2,869

0

Independent

-

1,226

0

Green

Markus Buchart

973

0

Libertarian

Dennis Rice

658

0

Communist

Darrell Rankin

446

0

Totals

493,534

57

The voting results for individual constituencies were as follows:

Constituency

Candidate

Party

Votes

Arthur-Virden

Larry N. Maguire

Progressive Conservative

4,215

Perry Kalynuk

New Democratic

3,063

Bob Brigden

Liberal

1,281

Assiniboia

James “Jim” Rondeau

New Democratic

4,347

Linda G. McIntosh

Progressive Conservative

4,344

J. Deborah Shiloff

Liberal

1,136

Brandon East

Drew Caldwell

New Democratic

4,840

Marty Snelling

Progressive Conservative

2,080

Don Jessiman

Independent

525

Peter Logan

Liberal

453

Brandon West

Scott Smith

New Democratic

4,898

Jim McCrae

Progressive Conservative

4,546

Lisa Roy

Liberal

407

Lisa Gallagher

Communist

92

Burrows

Doug Martindale

New Democratic

5,151

Mike Babinsky

Liberal

1,849

Cheryl Clark

Progressive Conservative

724

Darrell Rankin

Communist

41

Carman

Denis Rocan

Progressive Conservative

3,698

Raymond Le Neal

Liberal

2,291

Diane Beresford

New Democratic

1,519

Charleswood

Myrna Driedger

Progressive Conservative

5,437

Alana McKenzie

Liberal

2,323

Darryl Livingstone

New Democratic

2,176

Concordia

Gary Albert Doer

New Democratic

5,691

Paul Murphy

Progressive Conservative

1,898

Chris Hlady

Liberal

444

Dave Nickarz

Green

87

Dauphin-Roblin

Stan Struthers

New Democratic

5,596

Lorne Boguski

Progressive Conservative

4,001

Doug McPhee

Manitoba

455

Elmwood

Jim Maloway

New Democratic

5,176

Elsie Bordynuik

Progressive Conservative

2,659

Cameron Neumann

Libertarian

320

James Hogaboam

Communist

79

Emerson

Jack Penner

Progressive Conservative

3,994

Ted Klassen

Liberal

2,054

David Kiansky

New Democratic

1,332

Flin Flon

Gerard Jennissen

New Democratic

3,026

Tom Therlen

Progressive Conservative

1,368

Philip Ng

Independent

268

Fort Garry

Joy Smith

Progressive Conservative

4,436

Lawrie Cherniack

New Democratic

4,406

Ted Gilson

Liberal

1,143

Denise Van Rooyen

Manitoba

116

Fort Rouge

Tim Sale

New Democratic

4,759

Ron Paley

Progressive Conservative

2,971

John Shanski

Liberal

1,870

Alex Reid

Green

176

Fort Whyte

John Loewen

Progressive Conservative

6,480

Bidhu Jha

New Democratic

2,815

Malli Aulakh

Liberal

1,202

Gimli

Ed Helwer

Progressive Conservative

5,488

Fran Frederickson

New Democratic

5,086

Pat Carroll

Liberal

1,019

Inkster

Becky Barrett

New Democratic

3,501

Kevin Lamoureux

Liberal

3,358

Gurjant “George” Sandhu

Progressive Conservative

1,017

Interlake

Tom Nevakshonoff

New Democratic

3,809

Betty Green

Progressive Conservative

3,260

Margaret Swan

Liberal

770

Kildonan

Dave Chomiak

New Democratic

6,101

Shannon Martin

Progressive Conservative

2,542

Michael Lazar

Liberal

1,093

Kirkfield Park

Eric Stefanson

Progressive Conservative

6,108

Dennis Kshyk

New Democratic

3,060

Vic Wieler

Liberal

2,306

La Verendrye

Ron Lemieux

New Democratic

3,533

Ben Sveinson

Progressive Conservative

3,367

Leon E. Morrissette

Liberal

1,465

Bonnie Fedak

Manitoba

211

Lac du Bonnet

Darren Praznik

Progressive Conservative

4,835

Michael Hameluck

New Democratic

4,686

Lakeside

Harry John Enns (1931-2010)

Progressive Conservative

4,426

Paul Pododworny

New Democratic

2,785

Dave Harcus

Liberal

1,646

Marcel Van De Kerckhove

Manitoba

222

Lord Roberts

Diane McGifford

New Democratic

5,240

Maggie Mishimura

Progressive Conservative

2,678

Allen Mills

Liberal

1,776

Lyle Ford

Green

136

Minnedosa

Harold Gilleshammer

Progressive Conservative

3,744

Harvey Paterson

New Democratic

2,841

Gordon L. Powell

Liberal

578

Brion Pollon

Manitoba

369

Minto

MaryAnn Mihychuk

New Democratic

4,534

Harry Lehotsky (1957-2006)

Progressive Conservative

2,035

Duane Poettcker

Liberal

452

Harold Dyck

Communist

45

Didz Zuzens

Libertarian

27

Morris

Frank P. Pitura

Progressive Conservative

4,673

Herm Martens

Liberal

2,179

Paul Hagen

New Democratic

1,796

Dennis Rice

Libertarian

107

Pembina

Peter George Dyck

Progressive Conservative

4,808

Celso Arevalo

New Democratic

1,120

Marilyn Skubovius

Liberal

1,039

Point Douglas

George Hickes

New Democratic

3,338

Ajay Chopra

Liberal

1,336

Mary Richard

Progressive Conservative

1,224

Peter Juba

Independent

360

Portage la Prairie

David Faurschou

Progressive Conservative

3,476

Connie Gretsinger

New Democratic

2,769

David Cook

Liberal

1,116

Gary Bergen

Libertarian

111

Radisson

Marianne Cerilli

New Democratic

5,198

Henry A. McDonald

Progressive Conservative

3,114

Betty Ann Watts

Liberal

1,136

Riel

Linda Asper

New Democratic

4,833

David Newman

Progressive Conservative

4,559

Clayton Weselowski

Liberal

820

Mike Kubara

Manitoba

91

River East

Bonnie Mitchelson

Progressive Conservative

5,366

Ross Eadie

New Democratic

4,624

Patrick Saydak

Liberal

688

River Heights

Jon Gerrard

Liberal

5,173

Mike Radcliffe

Progressive Conservative

4,708

Peter Reimer

New Democratic

1,492

Chris Billows

Green

92

Clancy Smith

Libertarian

31

Rossmere

Harry Schellenberg

New Democratic

5,097

Vic Toews

Progressive Conservative

4,803

Cecilia Connelly

Liberal

396

Chris Buors

Libertarian

62

Rupertsland

Eric Robinson

New Democratic

2,007

Darcy Wood

Liberal

708

Fred Harper

Progressive Conservative

678

Russell

Len Derkach

Progressive Conservative

4,397

Vince Lelond

New Democratic

3,802

St. Boniface

Greg Selinger

New Democratic

5,439

Jean-Paul Boily

Liberal

2,994

Robert Olson

Progressive Conservative

1,181

St. James

Bonnie Catherine Grant Hunt Korzeniowski (1941-2019)

New Democratic

4,483

Gerry McAlpine

Progressive Conservative

3,845

Wayne Helgason

Liberal

1,625

St. Johns

Gord Mackintosh

New Democratic

5,766

Ray Larkin

Progressive Conservative

1,635

Patrick Fontaine

Liberal

607

St. Norbert

Marcel Laurendeau

Progressive Conservative

4,152

Marilyn Brick

New Democratic

3,482

Mohinder S. Dhillon

Liberal

1,313

St. Vital

Nancy Allan

New Democratic

5,218

Shirley Render

Progressive Conservative

3,699

Lynn Clark

Liberal

1,099

Brian Hanslip

Manitoba

188

Ste. Rose

Glen Cummings

Progressive Conservative

3,871

Louise Wilson

New Democratic

3,293

Fred Juskowiak

Liberal

591

Seine River

Louise Dacquay

Progressive Conservative

4,684

Leslie Fingler

New Democratic

3,464

Jacob Pankratz

Liberal

1,493

Warren Goodwin

Manitoba

129

Selkirk

Greg Dewar

New Democratic

5,376

Barry Uskiw

Progressive Conservative

3,353

Joe Smolinski

Liberal

1,162

Southdale

Jack Reimer

Progressive Conservative

5,455

Iris Taylor

New Democratic

2,909

Shirley Chaput

Liberal

2,064

Paul Gibson

Manitoba

200

Springfield

Ron Schuler

Progressive Conservative

4,969

Leonard Kimacovich

New Democratic

4,058

Patricia Aitken

Liberal

771

Roger Woloshyn

Manitoba

203

Steinbach

Jim Penner

Progressive Conservative

5,708

Peter Hiebert

New Democratic

910

Rick Ginter

Liberal

688

Swan River

Rosann Wowchuk

New Democratic

4,931

Maxine Plesiuk

Progressive Conservative

3,482

Wayne Klekta

Manitoba

558

The Maples

Cris Aglugub

New Democratic

4,329

Ellen Kowalski

Progressive Conservative

2,310

Sudhir Sandhu

Liberal

1,233

R. Menard Caneda

Independent

73

The Pas

Oscar Lathlin (1947-2008)

New Democratic

2,952

Ron Evans

Progressive Conservative

2,737

Don Sandberg

Liberal

612

Thompson

Steve Ashton

New Democratic

3,793

Cecil Thorne

Progressive Conservative

1,306

Pascal Bighetty

Liberal

244

Transcona

Daryl Reid

New Democratic

5,620

Daniel Turner

Progressive Conservative

2,409

Vibart C. Stewart

Liberal

713

Paul Sidon

Communist

56

Turtle Mountain

Mervin C. Tweed

Progressive Conservative

4,037

Janet Brady

New Democratic

1,902

Lorne Hanks

Liberal

1,247

Tuxedo

Gary Albert Filmon

Progressive Conservative

5,952

Jack Dubois

New Democratic

2,333

Rochelle Zimberg

Liberal

1,391

Markus Buchart

Green

126

Wellington

Conrado De Regla “Conrad” Santos (1934-2016)

New Democratic

4,102

Allison Frate

Progressive Conservative

935

Bernie Doucette

Liberal

757

Paul Baskerville

Manitoba

127

Wolseley

Jean Friesen

New Democratic

5,282

Carol Roberts

Progressive Conservative

1,685

Phyllis Abbe

Green

356

David Allison

Communist

133

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial By-Elections (2000-2002)

Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Thirty-Seventh Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1999-2003)

Sources:

“How we voted,” Winnipeg Free Press, 22 September 1999, page 23.

Results of 37th General Election, September 21, 1999, Elections Manitoba.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 15 April 2020

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