Canadian Federal Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction
Fraser Valley

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
Hal Singleton
Canadian Alliance:
Chuck Strahl
Progressive Conservative Party:
Rocky Nenka
New Democratic Party:
Rob Lees
Canadian Action Party:
Debbie Anderson
Green Party:
Carol Battaglio
Communist Party:
Chris Bolster
Marijuana Party:
Norm Siefken
Ed Van Woudenberg

Chuck Strahl

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12/10/00 Mike Parkes Email:
The home of Alliance caucus Whip Chuck Strahl. He will be returning to Ottawa.
20/10/00 J Smith Email:
Alliance in a landslip. Strahl is popular, this is a conservative area. Put the two together and you have alliance re-election all of it. (Just a side note, Chuck is the house leader, not the whip.)
24/10/00 Initial
The Liberals thought they could get mileage by fielding the mayor of Chilliwack in 1997. They lost by 41 points. Chuck Strahl roasts'em like chuck steak.
26/10/00 CM EMAIL:
Strahl has a high profile and the riding is very conservative. Alliance in a landslide.
03/11/00 KDS
There are now five candidates seeking election in this riding. In addition to the two listed on your page, the Progressive Conservatives have nominated Rocky Nenka, a 22 year old sous chef who previously ran unsuccessfully as a candidate for city council. Although he is not expected to win the riding, he has garnered a lot of favourable local press for his youthful enthusiasm. The NDP have nominated Rob Lees, who was their candidate in the last election. A fifth candidate is running for the Marijuana Party of Canada.

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