Canadian Federal Election Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction
Wild Rose

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
Bryan Mahoney
Canadian Alliance:
Myron Thompson
Progressive Conservative Party:
Truper McBride
New Democratic Party:
Ann Wilson
Garnet Hammer

Myron Thompson

Previous Result:

Surrounding Ridings:

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09/10/00 Chris Delanoy Email:
A rural Alberta riding - guaranteed slam-dunk for the Alliance.
14/10/00 A.S. Email:
While the Banff-Canmore area's somewhat more inclined T/W Grit-NDP-any fruitnutflake that ain't Alliance, that's far, far more than counteracted by the heart of the riding, which came closer than anyplace to electing Reform in *1988* and where the tattered provincial Socred remnants still poll high. Once again, they've earned their Myron...
26/10/00 Peter J EMAIL:
You could run a dead skunk as the Alliance candidate in Wildrose and it would win. I'll be shoked if Myron doesn't take 75% of the vote. He's Alberta's best loved redneck.
04/11/00 Adam Daifallah
Myron Thompson should collect close to 70% of the vote on election day, but the more intriguing question is, I wonder if the Tory candidate is using ABBA's "Super Trooper" as his entrance music?
16/11/00 the shadow Email:
With a name like Bryan Mahoney, the Liberal candidate sounds a lot like Brian Mulroney. Was this a deliberate effort on the Liberal's part to make themselves as unappealing and irrelevant as possible. Surely the riding association could have found somebody with a name that doesn't rhyme with "lyin' baloney."

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