Canadian Federal Election Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction
Edmonton North

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Candidates:
Liberal Party:
James Jacuta
Canadian Alliance:
Deborah Grey
Progressive Conservative Party:
Dean Sanduga
New Democratic Party:
Laurie Lang

Incumbent:
Deborah Grey

Previous Result:
32.48%
7.72%
44.30%
14.87%

Surrounding Ridings:


Misc:
Population: ?
Avg Household Income ?
Language (Home)
English ?
French ?
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09/10/00 Chris Delanoy Email: chris@propertyrights.net
It would take a mighty large shift in order to knock popular Alliance MP Deborah Grey out of the victor's chair in Edmonton North. High-profile campaigns by both the Liberals and New Democrats in 1997 couldn't get the job done at a time when she was new to the riding, and now that she's established herself there, expect her to be a permanent fixture.
22/10/00 A.S. Email: adma@interlog.com
In a supremely confident Trojan horse move, Reform party legend Deb Grey, who lost her rural bastion thru redistribution, chose in '97 a dodgy "Redmonton" riding which would have been notionally Liberal in '93--and it sure as heck worked; in fact, it may have been one of the critical moves to confirm that Reform was indeed an egalitarian major-player coalition rather than a mere redneckish one-shot. Only one small but inspired step to Alliance dreams, and Edmonton North's voters'll be thanking her...
05/11/00 Ay Carumba Email:
Deb's not gonna get my vote, but that's not gonna matter :>(
07/11/00 Sandy Berger Email:
The big slab of bacon is going back to the house. (While the guy who called her a big slab of bacon continues to sit on the sidelines whining about how no one returns his calls.)

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