Federal Election

Some articles on federal election, election, elections:

Australian Sex Party - Election Results - 2010 Federal Election
... See also Senate results for the Australian federal election, 2010 The party contested six of 150 House of Representatives seats and all states and ... After the party's first federal election contest, Patten claimed that the Sex Party was "now the major minor party in Australian politics" We’ve polled better ...
Cameron Ross - Quebec - 75 Seats - Brome—Missisquoi: Mark Quinlan
... anti-Quebec advertisements in the previous federal election ... defeated Manning for the party leadership, and Quinlan ran as an Alliance candidate in the 2000 federal election ... for candidate Peter Stastny in the 2004 federal election ...
Conservative Party Of Canada Candidates, 2008 Canadian Federal Election - Quebec - 75 Seats - Brome—Missisquoi: Mark Quinlan
... anti-Quebec advertisements in the previous federal election ... Quinlan ran as an Alliance candidate in the 2000 federal election ... and worked as an organizer for candidate Peter Stastny in the 2004 federal election ...
Christian Heritage Party Of Canada Candidates, 1988 Canadian Federal Election
... Heritage Party of Canada fielded 63 candidates in the 1988 federal election in Canada ... This was the first time the party contested a federal election, and the party faced potential rivalry from the Reform Party of Canada in the four western provinces, where it also was contesting its first election ... Ellis, Guelph-Wellington, ON (multiple elections) Garry Sytsma, Haldimand-Norfolk, ON Charles Eleveld, Hamilton—Mountain, ON Barrie Mombourquette ...
Louis-Joseph Papineau (Canadian Parliamentarian)
... He was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1908 federal election as the Liberal MP for Beauharnois, Quebec ... and was re-elected in the 1911 federal election ... party and was re-elected in the 1917 federal election as a Laurier Liberal ...

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    Well, I am chiefly interested in the renomination, so don’t get disconsolate over that. If we lost the election I shall feel that the party is rejected, whereas if I fail to secure the renomination it will be a personal defeat.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

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