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Matt Wiebe

Matt Wiebe
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
Assumed office
March 2, 2010
Preceded by Gary Doer
Constituency Concordia
Personal details
Political party New Democratic Party

Matthew "Matt" Wiebe, MLA is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba in a by-election on March 2, 2010.[1] A New Democrat, he represents the electoral district of Concordia.

Prior to holding elected office, Wiebe worked as a constituency assistant in the offices of Gary Doer and Bill Blaikie.[2]

Electoral record

|- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |Matt Wiebe |align="right"|2,065 |align="right"|58.71 |align="right"|-10.34 |align="right"| |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |Brian Biebrich |align="right"|694 |align="right"|19.79 |align="right"|-1.83 |align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes !align="right"|3,506 !align="right"| !align="right"| |align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Rejected and declined ballots !align="right"|11 !align="right"| !align="right"| |align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Turnout !align="right"|3,517 !align="right"|31.54 !align="right"|-15.88 |align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Electors on the lists !align="right"|11,150 |}


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