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daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: Tuesday Morning Federal Election Updates from Alberta

Some of the latest from the federal election campaign trail in Alberta: NDP leader Tom Mulcair will visit the Lethbridge riding today to campaign alongside candidate Cheryl Meheden during his visit to Alberta. Mr. Mulcair is back in Alberta this… Continue Reading →

wRanter.com: Jewish issues at centre of partisan sniping

Jewish issues and candidates made headlines last week and became the subject of some distasteful political rhetoric on the campaign trail. In Alberta, a 21-year-old hijab-wearing university student resigned Aug. 18 as the Liberal candidate in the Tory stronghold of Calgary Nose Hill a day after conservative activists publicized noxious tweets from her past. Ala . . . → Read More: wRanter.com: Jewish issues at centre of partisan sniping

daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: Federal Election Digest | Alberta Edition

While most Albertans are enjoying the last few weeks of summer, here are some of the more interesting and bizarre news stories from the federal election campaign trail in our province.

daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: 75 days until Election Day – Tuesday Evening Nomination Update from Alberta

Three days into the 2015 federal election, parties are still nominating candidates in Alberta’s thirty-four ridings. Here are the latest updates to the growing list of candidates: Calgary-Midnapore: Brennan Wauters is the nominated Green Party candidate in this south east Calgary riding…. Continue Reading →

daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: Thursday Morning Candidate Nomination Updates from Alberta

With reports that the Conservatives may call the next federal election as soon as next week, resulting in an potential eleven week election campaign, parties are still nominating candidates in Alberta. The Conservatives and Liberals are close to nominating a full-slate of… Continue Reading →

daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: Monday morning candidate nomination updates in Alberta

The Progressive Conservatives held their first “Super Saturday” on Feb. 21, 2015, during which contested nominations were held in seven constituencies. The handful of contested PC nominations have been overshadowed by the nearly forty acclamations by incumbent PC MLAs across the province…. Continue Reading →

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Conservatives spar for safe Alberta ridings

TweetWhile the epic battle between Rob Anders and Ron Liepert in Calgary-Signal Hill was entertaining to watch, preparation for the next federal election has sparked nomination contests in ridings across the province. And with two by-elections expected to be called within weeks, federal political parties are lining up their candidates for the vote. By-Election nominations . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Conservatives spar for safe Alberta ridings

Calgary Grit: Riding Talk

The electoral commission could have saved us a lot of time by painting this map blue

The new riding maps are out! The new riding maps are out! It’s Christmas in July for political geeks!

As you may be aware, new riding boundaries will be in place for the 2015 election, and the . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: Riding Talk