Mayor Don Iveson and 25 other Edmontonians have officially submitted their papers expressing interest in running for the positions of Mayor or City Councillor in Edmonton’s next municipal elections. The election is scheduled to take place on Monday, October 16, 2017. Mr…. Continue Reading →
Alberta’s Minister for the Status of Women Stephanie McLean is heading on a four-city tour to convince more women to run for elected office in next year’s municipal elections. The tour will feature events in Edmonton on October 18, Medicine Hat on October 20, Calgary… Continue Reading →
There are 455 days until Edmontonians go to the polls to vote in the next municipal election and some candidates are already starting to organize their campaigns. I dropped by the Office of the City Clerk yesterday and discovered that ten candidates… . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: Ten candidates have already filed to run in Edmonton’s 2017 elections
Tweet$4.35, $19.75, and $5.45 are how much Don Iveson, Karen Leibovici and Kerry Diotte‘s campaigns spent for each vote received in Edmonton’s October 21, 2013 mayoral election. With the most efficient dollar-to-vote ratio is Mr. Iveson, who won the election with a landslide 132,162 votes (62% of the total votes cast). With a less efficient . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Big Money in Edmonton Municipal Election
TweetWith most attention focused on Edmonton’s mayoral election, it is important to remember there are a number of contest for City Council that could produce interesting results on election day. There are seven Wards that I will be keeping a close watch on when voting ends on October 21. Ward 1 After three-terms, councillor Linda . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: 7 City Council races to watch in Edmonton
TweetWith three of Edmonton’s City Councillors in the mayoral election and two councillors retiring, there are now five open Ward’s in this year’s municipal election. With five out of twelve city councillors not running for re-election, the open races are attracting a handful of eager candidates. As first reported on this blog, former Edmonton Journal . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Scott McKeen, Bev Esslinger enter open city council races
In the lead up to the Alberta’s 2012 election, I have identified fifteen constituencies across the province that could produce interesting contests and results when the election is called.
15 races to watch in Alberta's 2012 election.
1) Highwood The Wildrose Party has staked their future in the success of leader Danielle Smith and . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: 15 races to watch in alberta’s 2012 election.
After a week away from the blogging world, I spent some time this weekend catching up with plenty of election nomination candidate updates. Alberta’s political parties are all in varying degrees of preparation for the upcoming election and for the next session of the Legislative Assembly. The Spring sitting of the Assembly begins this week . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: tories nearing a full-slate of candidates, opposition parties all over the map in election preparation.
As an election approaches, Alberta’s political parties are busy nominating candidates across the province. Listed below are some of the most recent updates made the list of nominated candidates, including recent Progressive Conservative nominees in Calgary-Fish Creek, Calgary-McCall, Calgary-West, Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre, and Sherwood Park.
Nominated Alberta Election candidates by region – January 23, . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: alberta election candidate update – january 2012.
Former Public School Trustee Bev Esslinger announced via email today that she will be seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination in Edmonton-Calder. The former north-end trustee announced only weeks ago that she was running for the PC nomination in Edmonton-Riverview. Calder PC MLA Doug Elniski announced his retirement yesterday.
Here is Ms. Esslinger’s announcement:
Effective immediately . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: bev esslinger abandons riverview run and seeks pc nomination in calder.
With an election fast approaching, Alberta’s political parties are busy nominating candidates across the province. Here is a regional breakdown showing where candidates have been nominated and some of the recent updates.
Nominated Alberta Election candidates by region (January 16, 2012)
Airdrie: Former Airdrie Mayor Linda Bruce and current Alderman Kelly Hegg are seeking . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: alberta election candidate update – january 2012.
Former Edmonton Public School Trustee Bev Esslinger announced today in an email (pdf) that she is seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination in Edmonton-Riverview. The constituency is currently represented by three-term Liberal MLA Kevin Taft, who will not be seeking re-election.
As a trustee, Ms. Esslinger represented Ward A in north Edmonton from . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: election in edmonton-riverview heating up.