Tweet2008: Led by George Read, the Alberta Greens run 79 candidates and earn 4.58% in the provincial election, the party’s highest level of support ever. 2009: After a divisive leadership vote, the Alberta Greens, now led by Joe Anglin*, dissolve when the party is unable to unable to file financial returns with Elections Alberta as . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Alberta’s Evergreen Party to discuss name change, choose new leader.
TweetMembers of Alberta’s eternally optimistic political party, the Alberta Party, met in Calgary for their annual general meeting this past weekend. At the meeting, members debated and decided to remain a political party. After the party’s less than stellar debut in the May 2012 provincial election, the party’s only ever MLA, Dave Taylor, penned a . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Alberta Party decides to remain an Alberta party. Could a Liberal merger be next?
Alberta’s provincial election will be held on April 23, 2012. In this election, the number of constituencies are increasing from 83 to 87 (the first time increase in seats since the 1986 election).
As of today, the Progressive Conservatives, NDP, and Wildrose Party are the only parties to have nominated candidates in . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: alberta election called for april 23, 2012.