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Encyclopedia > Manitoba general election, 2003

The 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


Provincial results

Party Standings
Party Leader Pre-election seats Results
Seats % of votes cast*
New Democratic Gary Doer 31 35 49.2%
Progressive Conservative Stuart Murray 23 20 36.9%
Liberal Jon Gerrard 1 2 12.8%
Green Markus Buchart 0 0 %
Communist Darrell Rankin 0 0 %
Libertarian Chris Buors 0 0 %
Independent n/a 0 0 %
Total     57 100.0%


(*) Minor parties and independents won a total of 1.1% of the vote. Two seats were vacant prior to the election.


Riding-by-riding results

Party key:

(x) denotes incumbent.


Riding Results:


Arthur-Virden:

  • (x)Larry Maguire (PC) 4135
  • Perry Kalynuk (NDP) 3219
  • Vaughn Ramsay (L) 331

Assiniboia:

  • (x)Jim Rondeau (NDP) 5147
  • Dennis Wishanski (PC) 2257
  • Monique Graboski (L) 657
  • Jesse Tottle (G) 102

Brandon East:

Brandon West:

  • (x)Scott Smith (NDP) 5210
  • Reg Atkinson (PC) 2982
  • Candace Sigurdson (L) 346

Burrows:

  • (x)Doug Martindale (NDP) 4004
  • Tony Sanchez (L) 1252
  • Derek Lambert (PC) 423
  • Catharine Johannson (G) 123

Carman:

  • (x)Denis Rocan (PC) 3523
  • Doug Oldcorn (L) 1825
  • Bill Harrison (NDP) 1445

Charleswood:

  • (x)Myrna Driedger (PC) 3961
  • Rick Ross (L) 2800
  • Mel Willis (NDP) 1436

Concordia:

Dauphin-Roblin:

  • (x)Stan Struthers (NDP) 4602
  • Bill Griffin (PC) 2979
  • Joelle Robinson (L) 683
  • Larry Powell (G) 216

Elmwood:

Emerson:

  • (x)Jack Penner (PC) 3509
  • Len Schieman (L) 1260
  • Luc Gendreau (NDP) 1137

Flin Flon:

Fort Garry:

  • Kerri Irvin-Ross (NDP) 3852
  • (x)Joy Smith (PC) 3765
  • Taran Malik (L) 562
  • Didz Zuzens (Ind) 61

Fort Rouge:

  • (x)Tim Sale (NDP) 4118
  • Mark Francis (PC) 1409
  • David Henteleff (L) 1212
  • Mikel Magnusson (G) 355
  • Jim Wiedman (Lbt) 51

Fort Whyte:

  • (x)John Loewen (PC) 4960
  • Janine Ballingall Scotten (NDP) 2647
  • Gerry Sankar (L) 1803

Gimli:

Inkster:

  • Kevin Lamoureux (L) 3671
  • Mario Santos (NDP) 2851
  • Michael Ledarney (PC) 251
  • Mario Ducusin (G) 103

Interlake:

Kildonan:

  • (x)David Chomiak (NDP) 5123
  • Garreth McDonald (PC) 1100
  • Michael Lazar (L) 942
  • Frank Luschak (G) 140

Kirkfield Park:

  • (x)Stuart Murray (PC) 4294
  • Dennis Kshyk (NDP) 2855
  • Brian Head (L) 2042

La Verendrye:

  • (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

Lakeside:

  • Ralph Eichler (PC) 4110
  • Robert Marshall (NDP) 3015
  • Louis Allain (L) 636

Lord Roberts:

Minnedosa:

Minto:

  • (x)MaryAnn Mihychuk (NDP) 3586
  • Mario Javier (L) 685
  • David Laurence (PC) 626
  • Joan Johannson (G) 197
  • Cheryl-Anne Carr (Comm) 68

Morris:

  • Mavis Taillieu (PC) 3996
  • John Auger (NDP) 1588
  • Michael Van Walleghem (L) 1407

Pembina:

  • (x)Peter George Dyck (PC) 4694
  • Mary Johnson (NDP) 877
  • Marilyn Skuboviux (L) 505
  • Aaron Crossman (Comm) 81

Point Douglas:

  • (x)George Hickes (NDP) 2877
  • Mary Lou Bourgeois (L) 547
  • Wyatt McIntyre (PC) 337
  • Darrell Rankin (Comm) 82

Portage La Prairie:

Radisson:

  • Bidhu Jha (NDP) 3888
  • Linda West (PC) 2901
  • Murray Cliff (L) 624

Riel:

River East:

River Heights:

Rossmere:

Rupertsland:

  • (x)Eric Robinson (NDP) 2203
  • Orville Woodford (L) 162
  • Cory Phillips (PC) 152

Russell:

  • (x)Len Derkach (PC) 4087
  • Don Yanick (NDP) 3208
  • Jan Clement (L) 571

St. Boniface:

  • (x)Greg Selinger (NDP) 4904
  • Dougald Lamont (L) 952
  • Dan Zahari (PC) 741

St. James:

St. Johns:

St. Norbert:

St. Vital:

  • (x)Nancy Allan (NDP) 4409
  • Kristy Reilly (PC) 1656
  • Justin Beaudry (L) 707
  • Nelson Morrison (G) 179

Ste. Rose:

  • (x)Glen Cummings (PC) 3709
  • John Harapiak (NDP) 2301
  • Wendy Menzies (L) 538

Seine River:

Selkirk:

  • (x)Greg Dewar (NDP) 4580
  • Jack Jonasson (L) 1469
  • Doug Neal (PC) 1257

Southdale:

  • (x)Jack Reimer (PC) 4422
  • Carolyn Frost (NDP) 3123
  • Chuck Mrena (L) 1120

Springfield:

  • (x)Ron Schuler (PC) 4917
  • Georgine Spooner (NDP) 2512
  • Vince Boileau (L) 682

Steinbach:

  • Kelvin Goertzen (PC) 4284
  • Bonnie Schmidt (NDP) 875
  • Monica Guetre (L) 455
  • Connie Jantz (G) 126

Swan River:

  • (x)Rosann Wowchuk (NDP) 4701
  • Jason Shaw (PC) 2223
  • Russell McKay (L) 538

The Maples:

  • (x)Cris Aglugub (NDP) 3781
  • Angelina Olivier-Job (L) 885
  • Tammy Witko (PC) 885

The Pas:

  • (x)Oscar Lathlin (NDP) 3104
  • Mark Sweeny (L) 836
  • Richard Goudy (PC) 791

Thompson:

  • (x)Steve Ashton (NDP) 3291
  • Bill Archer (PC) 532
  • Myrle Traverse (L) 155

Transcona:

  • (x)Daryl Reid (NDP) 4414
  • Betty Ann Watts (L) 1024
  • Nansy Marsiglia (PC) 915

Turtle Mountain:

  • (x)Mervin Tweed (PC) 3956
  • Lonnie Patterson (NDP) 1893
  • Bev Leadbeater (L) 743

Tuxedo:

  • (x)Heather Stefanson (PC) 4213
  • Sonia Taylor (NDP) 2023
  • Marla Billinghurst (L) 1741

Wellington:

  • (x)Conrad Santos (NDP) 3119
  • Rylan Reed (L) 640
  • Jon Penner (PC) 413
  • Glen Wreggitt (Comm) 45

Wolseley:

post-election changes:


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

Preceded by:
1999 Manitoba election

List of Manitoba general elections

Followed by:
200x Manitoba election


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