2019 Manitoba general election

Summary

The 2019 Manitoba general election was held on September 10, 2019, to elect the 57 members to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.[1]

2019 Manitoba general election

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57 seats of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
29 seats are needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout55.04%
  First party Second party
 
Brian Pallister with Andrew Scheer (48002323306).jpg
Wab Kinew (cropped).jpg
Leader Brian Pallister Wab Kinew
Party Progressive Conservative New Democratic
Leader since July 30, 2012 September 16, 2017
Leader's seat Fort Whyte Fort Rouge
Last election 40 seats, 53.01% 14 seats, 25.73%
Seats before 38 12
Seats won 36 18
Seat change Decrease2 Increase6
Popular vote 222,569 150,016
Percentage 46.81% 31.55%
Swing Decrease6.27% Increase5.77%

  Third party Fourth party
  Dougald Lamont, Manitoba Liberal Leader.jpg James Beddome, Leader of the Green Party of Manitoba in 2016 (3x4 cropped).jpg
Leader Dougald Lamont James Beddome
Party Liberal Green
Leader since October 21, 2017 November 15, 2014
Leader's seat St. Boniface ran in Fort Rouge (lost)
Last election 3 seats, 14.46% 0 seats, 5.07%
Seats before 4 0
Seats won 3 0
Seat change Decrease1 Steady
Popular vote 69,497 30,295
Percentage 14.62% 6.37%
Swing Increase0.22% Increase1.30%

Manitoba Provincial Election 2019 - Results by Riding.svg
Popular vote by riding. As this is an FPTP election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote, but instead via results by each riding. Riding names are listed to the right.

Premier before election

Brian Pallister
Progressive Conservative

Premier after election

Brian Pallister
Progressive Conservative

The incumbent Progressive Conservatives, led by Premier Brian Pallister, were re-elected to a second majority government with a loss of two seats. The NDP, led by Wab Kinew, gained six seats and retained their position as the official opposition. The Liberals, led by Dougald Lamont, won the remaining three seats.

BackgroundEdit

DateEdit

Under the Manitoba Elections Act, a general election must be held no later than the first Tuesday of October in the fourth calendar year following the previous election.[2] As the previous election was held in 2016, the latest possible date for the election was October 6, 2020, or if that would have overlapped with a federal election period, the latest possible date would be April 20, 2021.[3]

However, incumbent Premier Brian Pallister announced instead in June 2019 that he would seek to hold the election over a year early, on September 10, 2019, in order to seek "a new mandate to keep moving Manitoba forward." Pallister visited Lieutenant Governor Janice Filmon on August 12 to officially drop the writ and begin the campaign period.[4]

It had been speculated that Pallister would call an early election in order to take advantage of a large lead in opinion polls, and to get the vote out of the way before new and potentially unpopular budget cuts took effect. A poll taken by the Winnipeg Free Press found that while most respondents disagreed with the early election and agreed that Pallister had moved up the date for partisan reasons, such sentiments were unlikely to imperil Pallister's re-election.[5]

Electoral boundariesEdit

By law, Manitoba's electoral boundaries are reviewed every 10 years. The latest review was completed the end of 2018, meaning the 2019 elections were the first ones contested using the new boundaries.[6][7]

TimelineEdit

2016Edit

2017Edit

2018Edit

2019Edit

  • April 3: Progressive Conservative MLA for Kildonan, Nic Curry announces that he will not seek re-election.[11]
  • May 22: MLA Steven Fletcher resigns as leader of the Manitoba First party.[12]
  • August 12: Premier Pallister visits the lieutenant governor and calls the election for September 10.[13]
  • September 10: The election is held.

Legislature summaryEdit

Manitoba Legislature[14]
Party Leader Candidates Seats Popular vote
2016 Dissolution 2019 +/- Votes % +/-
Progressive Conservative Brian Pallister 57 40 38 36 -4 222,569 46.81 -6.27
New Democratic Wab Kinew 57 14 12 18 +4 150,016 31.55 +5.77
Liberal Dougald Lamont 57 3 4 3 - 69,497 14.62 +0.22
Green James Beddome 43 30,295 6.37 +1.30
  Manitoba Forward Wayne Sturby 7 1,339 0.28
  Manitoba First Douglas Petrick 6 1 - 647 0.14 -0.98
Communist Darrell Rankin 5 214 0.05 -0.02
  Independents 3 2 - 854 0.18 -0.29
  Vacant 0
Blank and invalid votes 3,495 0.73 -0.76
Total 57 57 57 478,926 55.04 -2.39
Registered voters/turnout 870,137
Popular vote
PC
46.81%
New Democratic
31.55%
Liberal
14.62%
Green
6.37%
Others
0.64%
Seat summary
PC
63.16%
New Democratic
31.58%
Liberal
5.26%

Incumbents not running for reelectionEdit

Riding Incumbent at dissolution and subsequent nominee New MLA
Assiniboia   Steven Fletcher[15] (elected as PC) none   Scott Johnston
Fort Garry-Riverview (redistributed to Fort Garry)   James Allum[16] Mark Wasyliw[17]   Mark Wasyliw
Kildonan (redistributed to Kildonan-River East)   Nic Curry[18] Cathy Cox   Cathy Cox
Logan (redistributed to Notre Dame and Union Station)   Flor Marcelino[19] Uzoma Asagwara   Uzoma Asagwara
Wolseley   Rob Altemeyer[20] Lisa Naylor[21]   Lisa Naylor
Minto (redistributed to Notre Dame)   Andrew Swan[22] Malaya Marcelino   Malaya Marcelino
Keewatinook   Judy Klassen[23] Jason Harper   Ian Bushie

Candidates by ridingEdit

  • Note that names in bold type represent Cabinet members, while italics represent party leaders.

Northern ManitobaEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green
Flin Flon Theresa Wride
1,294 - 30.7%
Tom Lindsey
2,435 - 57.8%
James Lindsay
270 - 6.6%
Saara Murnick
203 - 4.8%
Tom Lindsey
Keewatinook Arnold Flett
355 - 13.6%
Ian Bushie
1,723 - 66.1%
Jason Harper
530 - 20.3%
Judy Klassen
Swan River Rick Wowchuk
5,529 - 69.0%
Shelley Wiggins
2,064 - 25.8%
David Teffaine
417 - 5.2%
Rick Wowchuk
The Pas-Kameesak Ron Evans
1,324 - 24.8%
Amanda Lathlin
3,054 - 57.2%
Ken Brandt
178 - 3.3%
Ralph McLean
780 - 14.6%
Amanda Lathlin
The Pas
Thompson Kelly Bindle
1,750 - 35.9%
Danielle Adams
2,651 - 54.4%
Darla Contois
177 - 3.6%
Meagan Jemmett
294 - 6.0%
Kelly Bindle

Westman/ParklandEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green
Agassiz Eileen Clarke
5,688 - 75.6%
Kelly Legaspi
954 - 12.7%
Hector Swanson
462 - 6.1%
Liz Clayton
417 - 5.5%
Eileen Clarke
Turtle Mountain Doyle Piwniuk
6,202 - 67.5%
Angie Herrera-Hildebrand
1,003 - 10.9%
Richard Davies
623 - 6.8%
David M. Neufeld
1,356 - 14.8%
Doyle Piwniuk
Arthur-Virden
Brandon East Len Isleifson
3,272 - 51.3%
Lonnie Patterson
2,311 - 36.2%
Kim Longstreet
799 - 12.5%
Len Isleifson
Brandon West Reg Helwer
4,307 - 58.5%
Nick Brown
1,747 - 23.7%
Sunday Frangi
564 - 7.7%
Robert Brown
744 - 10.1%
Reg Helwer
Dauphin Brad Michaleski
4,799 - 50.5%
Darcy Scheller
4,022 - 42.4%
Cathy Scofield-Singh
674 - 7.1%
Brad Michaleski
Riding Mountain Greg Nesbitt
6,117 - 66.1%
Wayne Chacun
1,961 - 21.2%
Jordan Fleury
454 - 4.9%
Mary Lowe
723 - 7.8%
Greg Nesbitt
Spruce Woods Cliff Cullen
5,657 - 68.1%
Justin Shannon
1,316 - 15.8%
Jennifer Harcus
515 - 6.2%
Gordon Beddome
816 - 9.8%
Cliff Cullen

Central ManitobaEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Other
Borderland Josh Guenter
4,885 - 66.1%
Liz Cronk
287 - 3.9%
Loren Braul
1,226 - 16.6%
Ken Henry
250 - 3.4%
Cliff Graydon
739 - 10.0%[24]
Cliff Graydon
Emerson
Interlake-Gimli Derek Johnson
6,199 - 58.8%
Sarah Pinsent
3,472 - 32.9%
Mary Lou Bourgeois
400 - 3.8%
Dwight Harfield
473 - 4.5%
Jeff Wharton
Gimli
Merged District
Derek Johnson
Interlake
Lakeside Ralph Eichler
6,394 - 68.7%
Dan Rugg
2,054 - 22.1%
Ilsa Regelsky
854 - 9.2%
Ralph Eichler
Midland Blaine Pedersen
6,700 - 75.0%
Cindy Friesen
1,370 - 15.3%
Julia Sisler
860 - 9.6%
Blaine Pedersen
Morden-Winkler Cameron Friesen
6,096 - 81.2%
Robin Dalloo
365 - 4.9%
David Mintz
277 - 3.7%
Mike Urichuk
769 - 10.2%
Cameron Friesen
Springfield-Ritchot Ron Schuler
5,661 - 59.5%
Sam Okoi
1,976 - 20.8%
Sara Mirwaldt
813 - 8.5%
Garrett Hawgood
1,065 - 11.2%
Shannon Martin
Morris
Portage la Prairie Ian Wishart
4,489 - 65.5%
Andrew Podolecki
1,521 - 22.2%
Charles Huband
843 - 12.3%
Ian Wishart

EastmanEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Manitoba First
Dawson Trail Bob Lagassé
4,548 - 55.4%
Echo Asher
1,783 - 21.7%
Robert Rivard
1,874 - 22.8%
Bob Lagassé
Lac du Bonnet Wayne Ewasko
6,170 - 66.1%
Sidney Klassen
1,793 - 19.2%
Terry Hayward
1,373 - 14.7%
Wayne Ewasko
La Verendrye Dennis Smook
5,305 - 72.8%
Erin McGee
1,052 - 14.4%
Lorena Mitchell
929 - 12.8%
Dennis Smook
Steinbach Kelvin Goertzen
6,237 - 81.7%
Rob Jessup
614 - 8.0%
LeAmber Kensley
369 - 4.8%
Janine Gibson
417 - 5.5%
Kelvin Goertzen
Red River North Jeff Wharton
5,566 - 58.0%
Chris Pullen
2,387 - 24.9%
Noel Ngo
732 - 7.6%
Graham Hnatiuk
739 - 7.7%
Jocelyn Burzuik
173 - 1.8%
Ron Schuler
St. Paul
Selkirk Alan Lagimodiere
4,736 - 51.4%
Mitch Obach
3,319 - 35.8%
Philip Olcen
480 - 5.2%
Tony Hill
713 - 7.7%
Alan Lagimodiere

Northwest WinnipegEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Other
Burrows Jasmine Brar
1,680 - 26.2%
Diljeet Brar
2,536 - 39.6%
Sarbjit Singh Gill
1,170 - 18.3%
Edda Pangilinan (MB Fwd.)
1,020 - 15.9%
Cindy Lamoureux
Kildonan-River East Cathy Cox
5,514 - 51.1%
Elliot Macdonald
3,673 - 34.0%
Kathryn Braun
1,602 - 14.8%
Nic Curry
Kildonan
Merged District
Cathy Cox
River East
McPhillips Shannon Martin
3,307 - 38.3%
Greg McFarlane
3,202 - 37.1%
John Cacayuran
1,476 - 17.1%
Jason Smith
406 - 4.7%

Dave Wheeler (MF)
237 - 2.7%
New Riding
Point Douglas Michelle Redmond
757 - 15.7%
Bernadette Smith
3,002 - 62.1%
Richard Sanderson
565 - 11.7%
Jenn Kess
398 - 8.2%
Fagie Fainman (CPC-M)
44 - 1.4%
Michael Wenuik (MB Fwd.)
66 - 0.9%
Bernadette Smith
St. Johns Ray Larkin
1,665 - 24.2%
Nahanni Fontaine
3,526 - 51.2%
Eddie Calisto-Tavares
1,092 - 15.9%
Joshua McNeil
601 - 8.7%
Nahanni Fontaine
The Maples Aman Sandhu
1,824 - 25.9%
Mintu Sandhu
2,744 - 39.0%
Amandeep Brar
2,070 - 29.4%
Kiran Gill
405 - 5.8%
Mohinder Saran
Tyndall Park Daljit Kainth
991 - 12.5%
Ted Marcelino
2,447 - 30.9%
Cindy Lamoureux
4,293 - 54.3%
Fleur Mann
154 - 1.9%

Frank Komarniski (CPC-M)
22 - 0.3%
Ted Marcelino

Northeast WinnipegEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Other
Concordia Andrew Frank
2,290 - 31.9%
Matt Wiebe
4,284 - 59.7%
Maria Albo
605 - 8.4%
Matt Wiebe
Elmwood Mayra Dubon
2,533 - 31.9%
Jim Maloway
3,862 - 48.6%
Regan Wolfrom
739 - 9.3%
Nicolas Geddert
763 - 9.6%
German Lombana (CPC-M)
45 - 0.6%
Jim Maloway
Radisson James Teitsma
4,523 - 47.0%
Raj Sandhu
3,534 - 36.7%
Tanya Hansen Pratt
997 - 10.4%
Carlianne Runions
576 - 6.0%
James Teitsma
Rossmere Andrew Micklefield
4,362 - 47.0%
Andy Regier
3,608 - 38.8%
Isaiah Oyeleru
707 - 7.6%
Amanda Bazan
613 - 6.6%
Andrew Micklefield
St. Boniface Megan Hoskins
1,889 - 19.2%
Laurissa Sims
2,939 - 29.9%
Dougald Lamont
4,077 - 41.5%
Jaclyn Jeanson
840 - 8.6%
Simone Fortier (MB Fwd.)
76 - 0.8%
Dougald Lamont
Transcona Blair Yakimoski
3,914 - 45.1%
Nello Altomare
4,029 - 46.4%
Dylan Bekkering
716 - 8.4%
Blair Yakimoski

West WinnipegEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Manitoba First
Assiniboia Scott Johnston
4,102 - 44.2%
Joe McKellep
3,303 - 35.6%
Jeff Anderson
1,224 - 13.4%
John Delaat
631 - 6.8%
Steven Fletcher
Roblin Myrna Driedger
6,075 - 55.7%
Sophie Brandt-Murenzi
1,886 - 17.3%
Michael Bazak
1,728 - 15.9%
Kevin Nichols
1,209 - 11.1%
Myrna Driedger
Charleswood
Kirkfield Park Scott Fielding
5,435 - 50.3%
Kurt Morton
2,767 - 25.6%
Ernie Nathaniel
1,695 - 15.7%
Dennis Bayomi
901 - 8.3%
Scott Fielding
St. James Michelle Richard
2,767 - 32.4%
Adrien Sala
4,009 - 46.9%
Bernd Hohne
965 - 11.3%
Jeff Buhse
805 - 9.4%
Scott Johnston‡
Tuxedo Heather Stefanson
4,587 - 47.7%
Carla Compton
1,919 - 20.0%
Marc Brandson
2,225 - 23.1%
Kristin Lauhn-Jensen
822 - 8.6%
Abby Al-Sahi
60 - 0.6%
Heather Stefanson

Central WinnipegEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Other
Fort Garry Nancy Cooke
2,998 - 31.8%
Mark Wasyliw
3,994 - 42.4%
Craig Larkins
1,716 - 18.2%
Casey Fennessy
722 - 7.7%
James Allum
Fort Garry-Riverview
Fort Rouge Edna Nabess
1,854 - 18.9%
Wab Kinew
5,031 - 51.2%
Cyndy Friesen
1,285 - 13.1%
James Beddome
1,579 - 16.1%
Michael McCracken (MF)
54 - 0.5%
Bradley Hebert (MB Fwd.)
29 - 0.3%
Wab Kinew
Notre Dame Marsha Street
789 - 15.2%
Malaya Marcelino
3,361 - 64.9%
Donovan Martin
702 - 13.6%
Martha Jo Willard
263 - 5.1%
Andrew Taylor (CPC-M)
32 - 0.6%
Margaret Sturby (MB Fwd.)
28 - 0.5%
Andrew Swan
Minto
River Heights Susan Boulter
2,276 - 24.4%
Jonathan Niemczak
1,346 - 14.4%
Jon Gerrard
5,038 - 54.0%
Nathan Zahn
661 - 7.1%
Jon Gerrard
Union Station Tara Fawcett
908 - 18.0%
Uzoma Asagwara
2,635 - 52.2%
Harold Davis
949 - 18.8%
Andrea Shalay
473 - 9.4%
Elsa Cubas (CPC-M)
48 - 1.0%
James Yau (MB Fwd.)
32 - 0.6%
Flor Marcelino
Logan
Wolseley Elizabeth Hildebrand
831 - 8.9%
Lisa Naylor
4,253 - 45.6%
Shandi Strong
770 - 8.3%
David Nickarz
3,336 - 35.8%
Eddie Hendrickson
129 - 1.4%
Rob Altemeyer

South WinnipegEdit

Electoral district Candidates Incumbent
PC NDP Liberal Green Other
Fort Richmond Sarah Guillemard
3,241 - 42.2%
George Wong
1,701 - 22.1%
Tanjit Nagra
2,361 - 30.7%
Cameron Proulx
379 - 4.9%
Sarah Guillemard
Fort Whyte Brian Pallister
5,609 - 57.2%
Beatrice Bruske
1,755 - 17.9%
Darrel Morin
1,729 - 17.6%
Sara Campbell
665 - 6.8%
Jason Holenski (MF)
54 - 0.6%
Brian Pallister
Lagimodière Andrew Smith
5,182 - 51.8%
Billie Cross
2,789 - 27.9%
Jake Sacher
1,481 - 14.8%
Bob Krul
557 - 5.6%
New Riding
Riel Rochelle Squires
4,472 - 44.9%
Mike Moyes
3,554 - 35.7%
Neil Johnston
1,352 - 13.6%
Roger Schellenberg
591 - 5.9%
Rochelle Squires
Seine River Janice Morley-Lecomte
4,363 - 45.1%
Durdana Islam
2,513 - 26.0%
James Bloomfield
2,147 - 22.2%
Bryanne Lamoureux
658 - 6.8%
Janice Morley-Lecomte
Southdale Audrey Gordon
4,486 - 42.7%
Karen Myshkowsky
3,955 - 37.6%
Spencer Duncanson
1,422 - 13.5%
Katherine Quinton
584 - 5.6%
Robert Cairns (MB Fwd.)
70 - 0.7%
Andrew Smith
St. Vital Colleen Mayer
3,211 - 35.0%
Jamie Moses
4,081 - 44.4%
Jeffrey Anderson
1,271 - 13.8%
Elizabeth Dickson
499 - 5.4%
David Sutherland (MF)
60 - 0.7%
Baljeet Sharma
62 - 0.7%
Colleen Mayer
Waverley Jon Reyes
3,265 - 50.0%
Dashi Zargani
1,865 - 28.6%
Fiona Haftani
1,070 - 16.4%
James Ducas
325 - 5.0%
Jon Reyes
St. Norbert

Opinion pollsEdit

Polling firm Last date
of polling
Link PC NDP Liberal Green Other
Forum Research September 9, 2019 [p 1] 43 29 17 10 1
Research Co. September 9, 2019 [p 2] 44 31 16 7 1
Mainstreet Research September 4, 2019 [p 3] 43.3 34.2 15.1 6.2 1.2
Research Co. August 29, 2019 [p 4] 46 30 14 8 1
Probe Research Inc August 24, 2019 [p 5] 40 29 18 10 3
Mainstreet Research August 19, 2019 [p 6] 42.5 34.7 11.9 9.6 1.4
Converso August 7, 2019 [p 7] 35.0 21.0 12.0 8.0 1.0
Probe Research Inc June 17, 2019 [p 8] 42 26 16 14 3
Probe Research Inc March 24, 2019 [p 9] 42 30 18 7
Mainstreet Research March 24, 2019 [p 10] 44.8 32.1 13.1 6.7 3.3
Mainstreet Research January 16, 2019 [p 11] 44.6 28.0 16.8 4.6 6.0
Probe Research Inc December 6, 2018 [p 12] 44 27 21 5 3
Mainstreet Research November 5, 2018 [p 13] 42.3 28.7 18.1 6.0 4.9
Probe Research Inc September 28, 2018 [p 14] 44 25 20 8
Mainstreet Research July 17, 2018 [p 15] 44.9 29.3 13.6 8.7 3.4
Probe Research Inc June 19, 2018 [p 16] 42 30 16 11
Mainstreet Research April 18, 2018 [p 17] 45.6 30.2 13.0 7.8
Probe Research Inc April 13, 2018 [p 18] 44 28 19 8
Mainstreet Research January 6, 2018 [p 19] 39.6 36.7 13.3 10.4
Probe Research Inc December 14, 2017 [p 20] 40 26 25 8
Probe Research Inc October 10, 2017 [p 21] 36 30 24 8
Probe Research Inc June 18, 2017 [p 22] 42 30 20 7
Mainstreet Research April 7, 2017 [p 23] 47 23 19 11
Probe Research Inc March 28, 2017 [p 24] 43 27 20 8
Probe Research Inc December 12, 2016 [p 25] 49 24 19 8
Probe Research Inc September 26, 2016 [p 26] 48 20 26 5
Probe Research Inc June 16, 2016 [p 27] 46 27 18 8
2016 election April 19, 2016 53.0 25.7 14.5 5.1 1.7
Polling firm Last date
of polling
Link Other
PC NDP Liberal Green
 

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Further readingEdit

  • Manitoba. Chief Electoral Officer (2019). Statement of Votes for the 42nd Provincial General Election, September 10, 2019 (PDF) (Report). Winnipeg: Elections Manitoba.

External linksEdit

  • Elections Manitoba