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The election of
September 21, 1999 in Manitoba, Canada returned to power the New Democratic Party (NDP), which had been out of power since 1988. The NDP won 32 seats, against 24 for the Progressive Conservatives. The Manitoba Liberal Party won one seat.
See also: List of Manitoba general elections
Note: One seat was vacant prior to the election.
(x) denotes incumbent.
Arthur-Virden: Larry Maguire (PC) 4215 Perry Kalynuk (NDP) 3063 Bob Brigden (L) 1281
Drew Caldwell (NDP) 4840 Marty Snelling (PC) 2080 Don Jessiman (Ind) 525 Peter Logan (L) 453
(x) Denis Rocan (PC) 3698 Raymond Le Neal (L) 2291 Diane Beresford (NDP) 1519
(x) Myrna Driedger (PC) 5437 Alana McKenzie (L) 2323 Darryl Livingstone (NDP) 2176
(x) Stan Struthers (NDP) 5596 Lorne Boguski (PC) 4001 Doug McPhee (M) 455
(x) Jim Maloway (NDP) 5176 Elsie Bordynuik (PC) 2659 Cameron Neumann (Lbt) 320 James Hogaboam (Comm) 79
(x) Jack Penner (PC) 3994 Ted Klassen (L) 2054 David Kiansky (NDP) 1332
Joy Smith (PC) 4436 Lawrie Cherniack (NDP) 4406 Ted Gilson (L) 1143 Denise Van Rooyen (M) 116
(x)Tim Sale (NDP) 4759 Ron Paley (PC) 2971 John Shanski (L) 1870 Alex Reid (G) 176
(x) Ed Helwer (PC) 5488 Fran Frederickson (NDP) 5086 Pat Caroll (L) 1019
(x) Dave Chomiak (NDP) 6101 Shannon Martin (PC) 2542 Michael Lazar (L) 1093
(x) Eric Stefanson (PC) 6108 Dennis Kshyk (NDP) 3060 Vic Wieler (L) 2306
Lac du Bonnet:
(x) Harry Enns (PC) 4426 Paul Pododworny (NDP) 2785 Dave Harcus (L) 1646 Marcel Van De Kerckhove (M) 222
(x) Diane McGifford (NDP) 5240 Maggie Nishimura (PC) 2678 Allen Mills (L) 1776 Lyle Ford (G) 136
(x) Harold Gilleshammer (PC) 3744 Harvey Paterson (NDP) 2841 Gordon Powell (L) 578 Brian Pollon (M) 369
(x) MaryAnn Mihychuk (NDP) 4534 Harry Lehotsky (PC) 2035 Duane Poettcker (L) 452 Harold Dyck (Comm) 45 Didz Zuzens (Lbt) 27
(x) Peter Dyck (PC) 4808 Celson Arevalo (NDP) 1120 Marilyn Skubovius (L) 1039
(x)George Hickes (NDP) 3338 Ajay Chopra (L) 1336 Mary Richard (PC) 1224 Peter Juba (Ind) 360
Portage La Prairie:
(x) David Faurschou (PC) 3476 Connie Gretsinger (NDP) 2769 Dave Cook (L) 1116 Gary Gergen (Lbt) 111
(x) Marianne Cerilli (NDP) 5198 Henry McDonald (PC) 3114 Betty Ann Watts (L) 1136
Linda Asper (NDP) 4833 (x)David Newman (PC) 4559 Clayton Weselowski (L) 820 Mike Kubara (M) 91
(x) Eric Robinson (NDP) 2007 Darcy Wood (L) 708 Fred Harper (PC) 678
Greg Selinger (NDP) 5439 Jean-Paul Bolly (L) 2994 Robert Olson (PC) 1181
(x) Gord Mackintosh (NDP) 5766 Ray Larkin (PC) 1635 Patrick Fontaine (L) 607
(x) Glen Cummings (PC) 3871 Louise Wilson (NDP) 3293 Fred Juskowiak (L) 591
(x) Louise Dacquay (PC) 4684 Leslie Fingler (NDP) 3464 Jake Pankratz (L) 1493 Warren Goodwan (M) 129
(x) Greg Dewar (NDP) 5376 Barry Uskiw (PC) 3353 Joe Smolinski (L) 1162
(x) Jack Reimer (PC) 5455 Iris Taylor (NDP) 2909 Shirley Chaput (L) 2064 Paul Gibson (M) 200
Jim Penner (PC) 5708 Peter Hiebert (NDP) 910 Rick Ginter (L) 688
(x) Rosann Wowchuk (NDP) 4931 Maxine Plesiuk (PC) 3482 Wayne Klekta (M) 558
Cris Aglugub (NDP) 4329 Ellen Kowalski (PC) 2310 Sudhir Sandhu (L) 1233 Menard Caneda (Ind) 73
(x) Oscar Lathlin (NDP) 2952 Ron Evans (PC) 2737 Don Sandberg (L) 612
(x) Steve Ashton (NDP) 3793 Cecil Thorne (PC) 1306 Pascal Bighetty (L) 244
(x) Merv Tweed (PC) 4037 Janet Brady (NDP) 1902 Lorne Hanks (L) 1247
(x) Conrad Santos (NDP) 4102 Allison Frate (PC) 935 Bernie Doucette (L) 757 Paul Baskerville (M) 127
(x) Jean Friesen (NDP) 5282 Carol Roberts (PC) 1685 Phyllis Abbe (G) 356 David Allison (Comm) 133
Kirkfield Park (res. Eric Stefanson, September 7, 2000), November 21, 2000:
Gary Filmon, September 18, 2000), November 21, 2000: Heather Stefanson (PC) 2692 Rochelle Zimberg (L) 1586 Iona Starr (NDP) 916
Lac Du Bonnett (res.
Darren Praznik, February 8, 2002), March 12, 2002: Gerald Hawranik (PC) 3398 Michael Hameluck (NDP) 3234 George Harbotte (L) 1647
Linda Asper, April 24, 2003)
Steinbach (res. Jim Penner, April 24, 2003)
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