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2019 Federal Election ~ Élections fédérales

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2019-10-22 01:59:59

Constituency Profile


Bridges, Ian

Fedyk, Winter

Hunter, Naomi

Morgan, Don

Patel, Jigar

Steinley, Warren

Wowk, Trevor


Erin Weir

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58.00 km²

2015 Results - 2015 Prediction
   Reference - Pundits’ Guide (2013 Rep. Order)

Erin Weir 1684335.20%
Trent Fraser 1671134.90%
Louis Browne 1314327.50%
Tamela Friesen 8391.80%
Wojciech K Dolata 2980.60%

2011 Results (redistributed)


Component Riding(s) (2003 Representation Order)

   Regina-Lumsden-Lake Centre
   (66.57% of voters in current riding)
   2011/2008/2004 Predictions
   Reference - Pundits’ Guide

   (33.43% of voters in current riding)
   2011/2008/2004 Predictions
   Reference - Pundits’ Guide

17/10/19 Gone Fishing
Not exactly what I missed? Cal mentioned the rise of the PPC in a post a few days ago. Just how big of a majority is he predicting for prime minister Max Bernier?
He got the collapse of the Liberals somewhat a collapse would be the ten to fifteen point drop that should have happened if the NDP could inspire people to leave the Libs like Jack Layton did.
Sure the Conservative campaign has been uninspiring but it has also been relatively mistake free and places like Regina Saskatchewan will want as many seats in government as they can.
I’m not saying it is a cakewalk but cue the music
12/10/19 Cal
The rise of PPC the collapse of liberals and a dreadful CPC campaign make this an exciting riding to watch.
08/10/19 R.O.
The cpc almost won this riding in 2015 and then Erin Weir ran into trouble with the ndp in Ottawa. If he had turned into a popular incumbent they might have had a chance to keep the riding as its urban Regina . but with no incumbent and the cpc polling well in Saskatchewan , it does seem likely to go cpc.
16/09/19 HAS
This should be any easy pickup for the Conservatives. The only place in Saskatchewan where a Liberal could win is in the far north with the heavy native vote.
14/09/19 A.S.
The fact that Erin Weir only barely won despite redistribution that supposedly favoured NDP representation should have been an ominous sign in and of itself--of course, the subsequent circumstances surrounding Weir (and, moreover, provincial-federal NDP relations) haven't helped matters a bit. Though if one reads between the 2015 lines, it was really Justin bottom-feeding, which took from *both* sides but slightly more from the NDP, that was to blame; so given how '15's end result bluffed into a 3-way marginal, no wonder some are calling this for the Libs. But that'd also require thoroughly baking the ‘NDP's a dead duck; unite behind the Libs’ narrative into non-Goodale Regina--even accounting for ‘Weirgate’ or Jagmeet backlash, that seems a stretch. Plus, the 35% CPC got in '15 isn't necessarily a ceiling--they got 44% within these boundaries in '11; and in neither case did they have the federal leader next door. And for all one knows, disgruntled Weirites might galvanize into a sod-you ‘anti-NDP’ NDP vote--plug your nose and pretend it's Erin Weir's CCF, that sort of thing...
12/09/19 RJM
This should be an easy Conservative pickup. The local NDPers are boiling mad about Weir's kangaroo court conviction and summary expulsion. Besides, the much more successful provincial NDP has never liked playing second fiddle to the federal party. Justin is toxic in the West, period.
Of course all bets are off if Scheer remains an inert object. That leaves an opening for the Greens and the PPC.
31/08/19 B
With the NDP struggling enormously in this riding in particular, I expect the Liberals to pick up a bunch of normally-NDP voters and overtake the Conservatives.
28/08/19 GCampbell
With the unusual dynamic and tension with Erin Weir supporters and the NDP - I expect strategic voting to put Winter Fedyk slightly over the top. Warren Steinley is putting the work in but he’s tainted with falling Sask Party popularity in Regina. I fully expect the Liberals to come up the middle. h
21/05/19 Marco Ricci
Erin Weir announced today that he will not be running for re-election. He says he does not want to divide the non-Conservative vote:
16/04/19 Craig
Conservative pickup. Erin Weir has been discredited by the federal NDP, and that may interestingly help him IF he runs as an independent. He can distance himself from Singh, who isn't particularly popular here, but at the same time all that will do is split the vote in favour of the CPC. The official NDP candidate will likely drop big time, Weir or no Weir.
It also helps that Scheer is next door and can probably rely on coattails to win across Regina. It also helps that Trudeau is toxic here and the Conservatives represent the best chance to take them down. Hence, the blue team should pick this back up...along with possibly every other Saskatchewan seat.
27/03/19 Laurence Putnam
I suspect Weir would have had trouble holding the riding anyway, but with all the drama that has come out of this, there's no doubt he is scathed. Whether he wins back his nomination and runs with a cloud over his head (apparently the local riding has cleared him to run) or runs as an independent, or doesn't run at all and lets a new candidate, no longer an incumbent run in his place, the NDP is mortally wounded here. The national campaign is in trouble. The Tories are looking to rebound anyway, and with a Saskatchewan leader no less. I don't see any path back to Ottawa for the NDP candidate, whoever that ends up being.
13/03/19 Sam
The events surrounding Erin Weir make a Conservative gain here highly likely, and even if he didn't run as an independent they are still the favourites; Regina is the city of their leader and they were gaining in the Prairies anyway.
01/03/19 MF
With Erin Weir likely to run again and split the NDP vote, I expect the Conservatives to pick this up.
23/02/19 First Citizen
Erin Weir is likely going to run as an independent splitting the NDP vote.

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