Monday, June 18, 2007

In The Aftermath - Parties Need To Evaluate Where They Are

Now that the election is over, Manitoba's political parties need to do a little navel gazing.

Winnipeg Sun

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Manitoba Election Results

The results of the Manitoba Election:

36 New Democrats 47.79%
19 Progressive Conservatives 38.12%
2 Liberals 12.38%
0 Green 1.33%

0 Seats yet to report
29 Needed to win majority

At dissolution the Manitoba Legislature was composed of:
35 New Democrats
19 Progressive Conservatives
2 Liberals
1 Independent
1 Vacant

GET OUT AND VOTE - The decision is yours!

It's Election Day In Manitoba!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Manitoba Race Into The Home Stretch

Manitoba voters go to the polls on Tuesday. Here is some of the chatter going on today from the pages of the Winnipeg Free Press:

Big jump expected in advance polls

Battle is fierce for NDP 'safe seat'

Tories try to take rural seat back

Manitoba Provincial Election Section

Friday, May 18, 2007

Manitoba Tory Support Plummets Going Into Election - POLL

The Progressive Conservative party dropped dramatically in public opinion during the provincial election campaign, according to a survey commissioned by the Winnipeg Free Press and Global Television.

Winnipeg Free Press

Thursday, May 17, 2007

POLL: Doer Headed For Third Term

As the campaign enters its final days, polling results indicate that Premier Doer and his Manitoba New Democrats are headed for a third term mandate. (H/T to Uncorrected Proofs).

Winnipeg Free Press

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

NDP-Liberal Teeter-Totter Will Decide Manitoba Election

"Next Tuesday’s election will be decided on the NDP-Liberal teeter-totter in the dozen or so geographically scattered ridings that now straddle Manitoba’s NDP-Conservative parallel universes."
Frances Russell
Winnipeg Free Press May 16 2007