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Charleswood (electoral district)

The 2011 boundaries of Charleswood highlighted in red.

Charleswood is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1968, and has formally existed since the provincial election of 1969. The riding is located in the westernmost tip of the City of Winnipeg.

Charleswood is bordered to the east by Tuxedo and Fort Whyte, to the north by Kirkfield Park, and to the south and west by the rural riding of Morris.

Charleswood's population in 1996 was 20,262. The riding's character is middle and upper-middle class: in 1999, the average family income was $70,417, and the unemployment rate was 5.20%. Eleven per cent of the riding's residents are immigrants, with over half being of German origin.

The service sector accounts for 15% of Charleswood's industry, with a further 12% in the retail trade and 11% in health and social sciences.

The riding has been represented by members of the Progressive Conservative Party since its creation, and is considered safe for the party. The current MLA is Myrna Driedger, who is considered to be the most centrist member of her party's parliamentary caucus.

Contents

  • List of provincial representatives 1
  • Electoral results 2
  • Previous boundaries 3
  • References 4

List of provincial representatives

Name Party Took Office Left Office
Arthur Moug PC 1969 1977
Sterling Lyon PC 1977 1986
Jim Ernst PC 1986 1997
Myrna Driedger PC 1997 present

Electoral results

Manitoba general election, 2011
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Myrna Driedger 4.838 55.58 +1.22
New Democratic Paul Beckta 2.601 29.88 −1.78
Liberal Matthew Ostrove 755 8.67 −4.84
Green Dirk Hoeppner 472 5.44
Total valid votes 8,666
Rejected and declined ballots 39
Turnout 8.705 61.09
Electors on the lists 14,249
Manitoba general election, 2007: Charleswood
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Myrna Driedger 4,460 54.36 +6.29 $24,822.62
New Democratic Mel Willis 2,598 31.66 +14.24 $3,884.04
Liberal Michael Rosenberg 1,106 13.51 −20.47 $5,037.50
Total valid votes 8,183 99.54
Rejected and declined ballots 38
Turnout 8,221 59.42 −0.83
Electors on the lists 13,836
[1]
Manitoba general election, 2003: Charleswood
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Myrna Driedger 3,961 48.07 −6.39 $25,048.27
Liberal Rick Ross 2,800 33.98 +10.71 $25,935.42
New Democratic Mel Willis 1,436 17.42 −3.86 $2,543.79
Total valid votes 8,197 100.00
Rejected and declined ballots 43
Turnout 8,240 60.25
Electors on the lists 13,677
[2]
Manitoba general election, 1999: Charleswood
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
     Progressive Conservative Myrna Driedger 5,437 54.46 $31,177.73
Liberal Alana McKenzie 2,323 23.27 $16,326.45
New Democratic Darryl Livingstone 2,176 21.28 $717.00
Total valid votes 9,936 100.00
Rejected and declined ballots 47
Turnout 9,983 73.87
Electors on the lists 13,515
[3]

Previous boundaries

The 1999-2011 boundaries of Charleswood highlighted in red.

References

  1. ^ http://www.electionsmanitoba.ca/en/Results/39_division_results/39_charleswood_summary_results.html - 2007 Results
  2. ^ http://www.elections.mb.ca/en/Results/38_division_results/38_charleswood_summary_results.html - 2003 Results
  3. ^ http://www.electionsmanitoba.ca/apps/results/37gen/pbp.asp?ED=7 - 1999 Results

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