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Edmonton-St. Albert
Federal Election - 2006

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Stanley Haroun
Peter Johnston
Mike Melymick
John Williams

John Williams

2004 Result:
John Williams
Moe Saeed
Mike Melymick
Conrad A. Bitangcol

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05 11 05 hatman
Another suburban Edmonton riding, another Conservative victory. Williams won here by over 16,000 votes. Williams has always won this riding since his first win in 1993 by huge majorities. This area is a toss-up provincially, but Albertans are much more reluctant to vote for the Federal Grits. The NDP finished 2nd here in 1998, so that may be a possibility, but I doubt it.
26 10 05 Nick Boragina
John Williams rose from a nobody to a superstar overnight when the sponsorship scandal broke. So-called "All Star" MP's dont tend to get defeated unless there's a good reason, they've screwed up, or their party cannot win in the area. For Williams, neither exist. This riding's gone solidly right-wing for the past 35 years, and it does not look like this is about to change any time soon.
02 05 05 Miles Lunn
Even though this is not the most Conservative area considering two out of three ridings went NDP or liberal last provincial election and the one PC was only won by three votes after a several recounts. Nevertheless, this went Conservative massively last time and will likely continue to go Conservative massively until the liberals are defeated and have been in opposition for a good period of time.

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