Surrey Green Timbers Mla Bibliography

Surrey-Green Timbers is a provincialelectoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada.

Demographics[edit]

Population, 200153,132
Population Change, 1996–20016.7%
Area (km²)16.80
Pop. Density (people per km²)3,163

Geography[edit]

1999 Redistribution[edit]

History[edit]

Member of Legislative Assembly[edit]

The current MLA is Rachna Singh, a member of the New Democratic Party of British Columbia who was elected in 2017.

Election results[edit]

PartyCandidateVotes %±Expenditures
LiberalBrenda Locke7,53948.95%+15.16%$46,658
 NDPSue Hammell5,59236.31%-13.80%$37,237
UnityC. Lewis Robinson1,0676.93%n/a$7,196
MarijuanaDennis Kalsi5613.65%n/a$394
ReformJim Paterson5383.49%-2.28%$3,277
CommunistHarjit Singh Daudharia1030.67%+0.37%$332
Total valid votes15,400100.00%
Total rejected ballots1510.98%
Turnout15,55166.77%
PartyCandidateVotes %±Expenditures
 NDPSue Hammell10,27850.11%+3.95%$36,931
LiberalBill Phelps6,93033.79%+0.47%$39,334
ReformDominic Darmanin1,1835.77%n/a$7,188
Progressive DemocratGerard Baisch1,1505.61%n/a
Family CoalitionGerhard Herwig2551.24%n/a$2,120
GreenRomeo De La Pena2281.11%+0.64%$865
 Progressive ConservativeCliff Blair1790.87%n/a
Social CreditVictoria Kedzierski1140.56%-19.29%$1,048
 IndependentDon Knight1010.49%n/a$1,245
CommunistGeorge Gidora620.30%n/a$503
 Natural LawRoss Ranger320.16%n/a$110
Total valid votes20,512100.00%
Total rejected ballots2541.22%
Turnout20,76669.40%
PartyCandidateVotes %±Expenditures
 NDPSue Hammell8,70846.16%n/a$32,800
LiberalArchibald McMurchy6,32433.52%n/a$4,777
Social CreditRuss Burtnick3,74419.85%n/a$35,747
GreenGjhrard Baisch890.47%n/a
Total valid votes18,865100.00%
Total rejected ballots5122.64%
Turnout19,37772.04%

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Surrey-Tynehead was a provincialelectoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada.[1]

Demographics historic[edit]

Population, 200159,081
Population Change, 1996–200124.3%
Area (km²)70.81
Pop. Density834

Geography[edit]

1999 Redistribution[edit]

Changes from Surrey-Cloverdale to Surrey-Tynehead include:

  • Inclusion of all of Surrey-Tynehead, except for portion from Surrey-Green Timbers

Changes from Surrey-Green Timbers to Surrey-Tynehead include:

  • Inclusion of the quartersections between 104th and 96th Avenue, and 152nd and 160th Street

History[edit]

The riding was created for the 2001 election from parts of Surrey-Cloverdale, Surrey-Whalley and Surrey-Green Timbers. It was abolished in the 2015 redistribution into Surrey-Guildford, Surrey-Cloverdale and Surrey-Fleetwood

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

  1. Dave Hayer, Liberal (2001-2013)
  2. Amrik Virk, Liberal (2013–2017)

Election results[edit]

PartyCandidateVotes%±
LiberalDave Hayer12,05251.37%
 NDPBarry Bell9,46940.36%
GreenSean Orr1,0954.67%
MarijuanaDonald Joseph Briere2431.04%
 IndependentSummer Davis3801.62%
 IndependentGary Alan Hoffman2230.95%
Total23,462100.00%
PartyCandidateVotes %±Expenditures
LiberalDave Hayer12,25260.95%$52,615
 NDPBarry Bell3,15915.72%$2,502
GreenJoel Macht1,8769.33%$305
UnityBill Stilwell1,2346.14%$2,831
 IndependentMarilyn Collins8804.38%$9,970
MarijuanaDonald Joseph Briere3851.92%$821
ReformEnoch Ephraimson2651.31%$3,452
 IndependentMandir Benipal500.25%$1,400
Total valid votes20,101100.00%
Total rejected ballots950.47%
Turnout20,19672.25%

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