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June 3, 2003 provincial election in Manitoba, Canada was won by the New Democratic Party, which won 35 seats out of 57. The Progressive Conservative Party finished second with twenty seats. The Liberal Party won two seats.
See also: List of Manitoba general elections
(*) Minor parties and independents won a total of 1.1% of the vote. Two seats were vacant prior to the election.
(x) denotes incumbent.
Arthur-Virden: (x) Larry Maguire (PC) 4135 Perry Kalynuk (NDP) 3219 Vaughn Ramsay (L) 331
(x) Jim Rondeau (NDP) 5147 Dennis Wishanski (PC) 2257 Monique Graboski (L) 657 Jesse Tottle (G) 102
(x) Scott Smith (NDP) 5210 Reg Atkinson (PC) 2982 Candace Sigurdson (L) 346
(x) Doug Martindale (NDP) 4004 Tony Sanchez (L) 1252 Derek Lambert (PC) 423 Catharine Johannson (G) 123
(x) Denis Rocan (PC) 3523 Doug Oldcorn (L) 1825 Bill Harrison (NDP) 1445
(x) Stan Struthers (NDP) 4602 Bill Griffin (PC) 2979 Joelle Robinson (L) 683 Larry Powell (G) 216
(x) Jack Penner (PC) 3509 Len Schieman (L) 1260 Luc Gendreau (NDP) 1137
Kerri Irvin-Ross (NDP) 3852 (x) Joy Smith (PC) 3765 Taran Malik (L) 562 Didz Zuzens (Ind) 61
(x)Tim Sale (NDP) 4118 Mark Francis (PC) 1409 David Henteleff (L) 1212 Mikel Magnusson (G) 355 Jim Wiedman (Lbt) 51
(x) John Loewen (PC) 4960 Janine Ballingall Scotten (NDP) 2647 Gerry Sankar (L) 1803
Kevin Lamoureux (L) 3671 Mario Santos (NDP) 2851 Michael Ledarney (PC) 251 Mario Ducusin (G) 103
(x) David Chomiak (NDP) 5123 Garreth McDonald (PC) 1100 Michael Lazar (L) 942 Frank Luschak (G) 140
(x) Stuart Murray (PC) 4294 Dennis Kshyk (NDP) 2855 Brian Head (L) 2042
(x) Ron Lemieux (NDP) 3881 Gerard Simard (PC) 2310 Paul Ryplanski Marsch (L) 492
Lac Du Bonnet:
(x) Gerald Hawranik (PC) 4380 Michael Hameluck (NDP) 3875 Cheryl Appleyard (L) 290
Ralph Eichler (PC) 4110 Robert Marshall (NDP) 3015 Louis Allain (L) 636
(x) MaryAnn Mihychuk (NDP) 3586 Mario Javier (L) 685 David Laurence (PC) 626 Joan Johannson (G) 197 Cheryl-Anne Carr (Comm) 68
Mavis Taillieu (PC) 3996 John Auger (NDP) 1588 Michael Van Walleghem (L) 1407
(x) Peter George Dyck (PC) 4694 Mary Johnson (NDP) 877 Marilyn Skuboviux (L) 505 Aaron Crossman (Comm) 81
(x)George Hickes (NDP) 2877 Mary Lou Bourgeois (L) 547 Wyatt McIntyre (PC) 337 Darrell Rankin (Comm) 82
Portage La Prairie:
Bidhu Jha (NDP) 3888 Linda West (PC) 2901 Murray Cliff (L) 624
(x) Eric Robinson (NDP) 2203 Orville Woodford (L) 162 Cory Phillips (PC) 152
(x) Len Derkach (PC) 4087 Don Yanick (NDP) 3208 Jan Clement (L) 571
(x) Greg Selinger (NDP) 4904 Dougald Lamont (L) 952 Dan Zahari (PC) 741
(x) Nancy Allan (NDP) 4409 Kristy Reilly (PC) 1656 Justin Beaudry (L) 707 Nelson Morrison (G) 179
(x) Glen Cummings (PC) 3709 John Harapiak (NDP) 2301 Wendy Menzies (L) 538
(x) Greg Dewar (NDP) 4580 Jack Jonasson (L) 1469 Doug Neal (PC) 1257
(x) Jack Reimer (PC) 4422 Carolyn Frost (NDP) 3123 Chuck Mrena (L) 1120
(x) Ron Schuler (PC) 4917 Georgine Spooner (NDP) 2512 Vince Boileau (L) 682
Kelvin Goertzen (PC) 4284 Bonnie Schmidt (NDP) 875 Monica Guetre (L) 455 Connie Jantz (G) 126
(x) Rosann Wowchuk (NDP) 4701 Jason Shaw (PC) 2223 Russell McKay (L) 538
(x) Cris Aglugub (NDP) 3781 Angelina Olivier-Job (L) 885 Tammy Witko (PC) 885
(x) Oscar Lathlin (NDP) 3104 Mark Sweeny (L) 836 Richard Goudy (PC) 791
(x) Steve Ashton (NDP) 3291 Bill Archer (PC) 532 Myrle Traverse (L) 155
(x) Daryl Reid (NDP) 4414 Betty Ann Watts (L) 1024 Nansy Marsiglia (PC) 915
(x) Mervin Tweed (PC) 3956 Lonnie Patterson (NDP) 1893 Bev Leadbeater (L) 743
(x)Heather Stefanson (PC) 4213 Sonia Taylor (NDP) 2023 Marla Billinghurst (L) 1741
(x) Conrad Santos (NDP) 3119 Rylan Reed (L) 640 Jon Penner (PC) 413 Glen Wreggitt (Comm) 45
Minto (res. MaryAnn Mihychuk, May 21, 2004), June 22, 2004: Andrew Swan (NDP) 2848 Wayne Helgason (L) 1616 David Laurence (PC) 631 Cheryl-Anne Carr (Comm) 113
Turtle Mountain (res.
Merv Tweed, May 25, 2004), June 29, 2004): Cliff Cullen (PC) 3632 Bev Leadbeater (L) 1084 Betty Storie (NDP) 1048
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