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Encyclopedia > List of Alberta general elections

Alberta is a province of Canada.


Elections

  • Alberta general election, 1905
  • Alberta general election, 1909
  • Alberta general election, 1913
  • Alberta general election, 1917
  • Alberta general election, 1921
  • Alberta general election, 1926
  • Alberta general election, 1930
  • Alberta general election, 1935
  • Alberta general election, 1940
  • Alberta general election, 1944
  • Alberta general election, 1948
  • Alberta general election, 1952
  • Alberta general election, 1955
  • Alberta general election, 1959
  • Alberta general election, 1963
  • Alberta general election, 1967
  • Alberta general election, 1971
  • Alberta general election, 1975
  • Alberta general election, 1979
  • Alberta general election, 1982
  • Alberta general election, 1986
  • Alberta general election, 1989
  • Alberta general election, 1993
  • Alberta general election, 1997
  • Alberta general election, 2001
  • Alberta general election, 2004

See also: Lists of general elections in Canada.


All data from Elections Alberta (http://www.electionsalberta.ab.ca).


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