- Alberta general election, 2008
Alberta general election, 2008 2004 ←
March 3, 2008
→ 28th 83 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta
42 seats were needed for a majority
Turnout 40.59% Majority party Minority party Leader Ed Stelmach Kevin Taft Party Progressive Conservative Liberal Leader since December 2, 2006 March 27, 2004 Leader's seat Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville Edmonton-Riverview Last election 62 seats, 46.8% 16 seats, 29.4% Seats before 60 16 Seats won 72 9 Seat change +12 -7 Popular vote 501,063 251,158 Percentage 52.7% 26.4 Swing +5.9% -3.0% Third party Fourth party Leader Brian Mason Paul Hinman Party NDP Wildrose Alliance Leader since September 2004 2008 Leader's seat Edmonton-Highlands-Norwood Cardston-Taber-Warner (lost re-election) Last election 4 seats, 10.2% 1 seats, 8.7% Seats before 4 1 Seats won 2 0 Seat change -2 -1 Popular vote 80,578 64,407 Percentage 8.5% 6.8% Swing -1.7% -1.9%
Map of Alberta's riding coloured in to indicate winning party and popular vote.
Premier before election
It was expected to be called early because the governing Progressive Conservatives held a leadership election on December 2, 2006, in which Ed Stelmach was elected to replace Ralph Klein as party leader and Premier. The election was called when Stelmach formally advised Lieutenant Governor Norman Kwong to dissolve the Legislature, which happened on February 4, 2008.
With 53% of the popular vote, the Progressive Conservatives won a decisive majority over the Liberal and other parties, despite early suggestions of a closer race.
- 1 Results
- 2 Vote and seat summaries
- 3 Policy and other major announcements
- 4 Results by region
- 5 Opinion polls
- 6 Target ridings
- 7 MLAs not running again
- 8 Timeline
- 9 Nominated candidates
- 10 References
- 11 External links
On election night the Progressive Conservatives were able to increase their majority by winning seats previously held by opposition parties. The Tories also increased their share of the popular vote, and even though the Tories' share of this vote was still significantly less than it was in 2001 they managed to win just two fewer seats than they won in that election. The reasons for this development include the fact that the Tories' continued to poll a significant share of the rural electorate and also because the Tories' support in the major cities was much more evenly divided between Calgary and Edmonton this time. The Conservative gains came mostly in and around Edmonton where the party recorded its best result since 1982.
The Alberta Liberals who held onto official opposition status sustained a net loss of seven of their 16 existing seats, especially in the Edmonton area where they were reduced to just three seats, but they were able to win five seats in Calgary (a net gain of one seat and the largest total won by that party in that city in the past 50 years). The Liberals also held their existing seat in Lethbridge for a total of nine seats.
The other parties that were represented in the legislature also suffered losses on election night. The Alberta New Democrats lost two of their four Edmonton seats, and the Wildrose Alliance Party was shut out of the legislature when their leader Paul Hinman was very narrowly defeated in his own constituency of Cardston-Taber-Warner.
For the first time in history, a majority of the Alberta Liberal caucus will be from Calgary and the number of combined Liberal and NDP MLAs from Edmonton will not exceed the number of these parties' legislators from Calgary.
Party Party leader # of
Seats Popular vote 2004 Dissol. 2008 % Change # % % Change Progressive Conservative Ed Stelmach 83 621 60 72 +20% 501,063 52.72 +5.92% Liberal Kevin Taft 82 161 16 9 -43.8% 251,158 26.43 -2.96% NDP Brian Mason 83 4 4 2 -50% 80,578 8.48 -1.72% Wildrose Alliance Paul Hinman 61 1 1 - -100% 64,407 6.78 -1.92%2 Greens George Read 79 - - - - 43,222 4.55 +1.80% Social Credit Len Skowronski 8 - - - - 2,043 0.21 -1.02% Separation Bruce Hutton 1 - - - - 119 0.01 -0.52% Communist Naomi Rankin 2 - - - - 96 0.01 xx Alberta Party Bruce Stubbs 1 - - - - 42 0.00 -0.28% Independent 7 - 1 - -100% 7,635 0.80 +0.69% Vacant 1 Total 407 83 83 83 - 950,363 100.00
- 1 Liberal Chris Kibermanis originally had a five-vote margin over Progressive Conservative Thomas Lukaszuk. A judicial recount on January 24, 2005, determined Thomas Lukaszuk the winner.
- 2 Results change is compared to the Alberta Alliance in 2004.
Vote and seat summaries
Policy and other major announcements
- Immediate elimination of health care premiums
- Increasing per capita spending on policy in Calgary from $16 to $20
- Re-legislation of tuition policy so it is made in open session
- Implementation of a public pharmacare program
- Using tobacco taxes, spend approximately $200 million to create a Community Wellness Fund which will seek to expand Family & Community Support Services and fund healthy living and lifestyle programs
- Redirect the $250 million Natural Gas Rebate Program towards incentives for energy efficiency
- Triple funding for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts
- Increase the number of health care workers
- Investment of 30% of all natural resource revenues in:
- investment in the Heritage Fund so that income taxes can remain permanently low
- elimination of the infrastructure deficit by 2014
- establishment of an uncapped endowment for post-secondary education
- establishment of a $500 million endowment fund for arts, social sciences, and humanities
- Elimination of the education section of the property tax for seniors (appox. $700 a year)
- Increasing the tax credit for seniors' caregivers to $9,355 from $4,355.
- Making both Calgary and Edmonton into independent cities via a "Big Cities" Charter
- Hiring 300 more police officers for Calgary and Edmonton
- Fixed election dates
Cost: Net costs are zero as a result of re-allocating existing dollars and increased royalty revenues.
New Democratic Party of Alberta
- Making life affordable
- Create 4,000 new child care spaces.
- Cap rates of $25/day ($500/month) for infant care and $9/day ($180/month) for after school care.
- Regulate after-school care for children.
- Increase start-up grants for daycare centres and day homes.
- Provide additional sustainable grants to day cares to increase wages for childcare workers.
- Introduce rent controls.
- Introduce limits on condominium conversions.
- Full value royalties
- Follow example set by Alaska and replace the royalty system.
- Create an all-party, special committee of the legislature to investigate royalties and report back in three months.
- Add a variable royalty structure that would increase the royalty revenues when oil prices pass a peak threshold.
- Increase royalties on other non-renewable resources such as coal.
- Green energy plan
- Create a green energy fund that will receive $2 billion a year primarily through enhanced royalties. Use that money to fund energy efficient retro-fitting and alternative energy production systems for individual houses and building.
- Fund alternative power generation projects such as solar and wind farms.
- Place hard caps on greenhouse gas emissions with penalties for companies that exceed targets — details to be worked out later.
- Slow down the pace of development
- Big dollar signs out of politics
- End campaign contributions from unions and corporations.
- Table legislation binding all leadership and nomination contests to the same disclosure rules and donation limits of political parties.
- Immediately end health-care premiums.
- Create a new pharmaceutical agency to purchase drugs in bulk, negotiate prices with drug companies and find less costly options to brand-name drugs.
- Roll back tuition levels to 1999–2000 levels.
- Cap interest for student loans at prime.
- Invest $100 million in student housing immediately.
- Eliminate fees and fund-raising for learning essentials.
- Phase out funding for private schools.
- Hire 800 additional police officers
- Mandate basic value-added and upgrading for all bitumen mined in Alberta to be done in the province.
- Add an interim per barrel tax on all bitumen exported outside the province.
- Establish a bitumen pricing system.
- Start a public automobile insurance system.
- Provide stable funding for non-profit First Nation and Metis agencies.
- Tie AISH and social assistance rates to a market basket measure.
- Introduce $30 million in new funding for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
Cost: $477 million surplus, based on increased royalty rates, bitumen royalty premium and reverse corporate tax cuts.
- Elimination of health care premiums over four years
- Increase the number of health care workers
- Construct 18 new schools in Calgary and Edmonton, including health focused schools
- $6 billion a year to build and improve urban transit, highways, schools, parks and seniors facilities
- Tax credits to businesses and homeowners who renovate to utilize energy efficient appliances
- Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 200 megatons by 2050
- Increase oil and gas revenue by $2 billion
- Introduce royalty that would increase with the price of oil
- Create a secretariat for action on homelessness
- Create a new cultural policy that includes recreation and sport along with arts and performance
- Double the tax credit for those supporting dependent family members
Cost: Total commitments represent 4.2 per cent of the budget for 2008–09 or $1.5 billion.
- Immediately eliminate health care premiums
- Raise the basic personal income tax exemption to $20,000
- Cut the provincial corporate tax rate from 10% to 8%
- Allow income splitting for taxpayers who care for dependents in times of medical or other crisis
- Direct savings from slowing spending growth to the Heritage Fund so that personal income taxes can eventually be eliminated
- Allow governance and service delivery at the municipal and community levels as much as possible
- As part of the party's universal health care plan, implement a pilot program in one of the smaller health regions that will be modelled after funding following the patients rather than the per capita funding currently in place today. Similarly, establish a school choice voucher pilot.
- Provide significant debt relief to Alberta-trained medical professionals who commit to practising in the province at least five years
- Establish fixed election dates, allow for citizen initiatives via referendums, and enact the right to recall elected officials
Costs: Cost of promises not released.
- Green tax shift (i.e. lower income and business taxes in exchange for higher resource taxes)
- Community-based development
- Balanced budgets and fiscal responsibility
- Recovery of waste energy through co-generation
- Assessing royalty waste on a reservoir by reservoir basis
- Provide low interest loans to businesses for energy retrofits
- Provide no interest loans to homes for energy conservation
- Ban the use of cosmetic pesticides
- Increase spending in the Child Welfare Department
- Pass a Protected Lands Act that will clarify different land uses. The act will include:
- Increase land designated as protected
- Protect the Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) corridor
- Authority and resources to enforce the legislation for protected areas officers
- Increasing the supply of affordable housing
- More housing cooperatives and co-housing type developments
- Ensuring units are maintained by organizations that have a vested interest in sustaining them
- Working with the municipalities to make urban development plans that preserve farmland
- Investing in public transit
- Ensuring a continued supply of fresh water
Results by region
Party name Cgy. Edm.1 Leth. R.D. North Central South Total Progressive Conservative Seats: 18 13 1 2 10 20 8 72 Popular vote: 45.81% 42.74% 46.16% 55.46% 65.83% 65.13% 60.85% 52.66% Liberal Seats: 5 3 1 0 0 0 0 9 Popular vote: 33.90% 33.47% 34.34% 25.30% 13.95% 16.60% 15.75% 26.37% New Democrats Seats: 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Popular vote: 4.21% 18.01% 8.87% 5.79% 11.00% 5.59% 3.74% 8.52% Total seats: 23 18 2 2 10 20 8 83 Parties that won no seats: Wildrose Alliance Popular vote: 8.96% 1.51% 7.61% 7.74% 5.65% 5.86% 16.02% 6.77% Green Popular vote: 4.87% 3.16% 3.02% 5.71% 3.19% 6.12% 3.63% 4.58% Social Credit Popular vote: 0.20% 0.06% xx xx 0.39% 0.54% xx 0.22% Separation Popular Vote: xx xx xx xx xx 0.05% xx 0.01% Communist Popular vote: 0.02% 0.02% xx xx xx xx xx 0.01% Alberta Party Popular vote: xx 0.02% xx xx xx xx xx 0.01% Independents Popular vote: 2.04% 0.96% xx xx xx 0.12% xx 0.87%
1 "Edmonton" corresponds to only the city of Edmonton. (Only the ridings whose names begin with "Edmonton".) The four suburban ridings around the city as listed below are grouped with central Alberta in this table.
Polling Firm Last Date of Polling Link Prog. Cons. Liberal New Democratic Alliance Green Election results March 3, 2008 53% 26% 9% 7% 5% Angus Reid Strategies February 29, 2008  43% 28% 13% 10% 7% Strategic Counsel February 28, 2008  50% 25% 8% 10% 8% Leger Marketing February 25, 2008  55% 24% 7% 8% 6% Angus Reid Strategies February 20, 2008  42% 31% 9% 10% 8% Ipsos-Reid February 17, 2008  49% 28% 14% 5% 4% Environics February 7, 2008  52% 25% 10% 6% 7% Leger Marketing January 24, 2008  49% 28% 11% 5% 8% Strategic Counsel January 13, 2008  58% 19% 9% 5% 9% Last election 22 November 2004 48.8% 29.4% 10.2% 8.7% 2.8%
The following is a list of ridings that were narrowly lost by the indicated party in the 2004 election. For instance, under the Liberal column are the nine seats in which they came closest to winning but did not. Listed is the name of the riding, followed by the party which was victorious (in parentheses) and the margin, in terms of percentage of the vote, by which the party lost.
These ridings were likely targeted by the specified party because the party lost them by a very slim margin in the 2004 election.
Up to ten are shown, with a maximum margin of victory of 15%.
* Indicates incumbent not running again.
Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta Alberta Liberal Party
- Edmonton-Castle Downs, (PC) <0.1%
- Calgary-McCall, (PC) 4.1%
- Spruce Grove-Sturgeon-St. Albert, (PC) 4.4%
- Edmonton-Whitemud, (PC) 5.7%
- Edmonton-Mill Creek, (PC) 6.5%
- Calgary-Buffalo, (PC) 7.7%
- Edmonton-Calder, (NDP) 9.6%
- Red Deer-South, (PC) 10.8%
- Sherwood Park, (PC) 11.2%
Alberta New Democratic Party Wildrose Alliance Party
- Dunvegan-Central Peace, (PC) 4.1%
MLAs not running again
- Maurice Tougas, Edmonton-Meadowlark
- Tony Abbott, Drayton Valley-Calmar
- Mike Cardinal, Athabasca-Redwater
- Harvey Cenaiko, Calgary-Buffalo
- David Coutts, Livingstone-Macleod
- Victor Doerksen, Red Deer-South
- Denis Ducharme, Bonnyville-Cold Lake
- Clint Dunford, Lethbridge-West
- Gordon Graydon, Grande Prairie-Wapiti
- Carol Haley, Airdrie-Chestermere
- Denis Herard, Calgary-Egmont
- LeRoy Johnson, Wetaskiwin-Camrose
- Rob Lougheed, Strathcona
- Greg Melchin, Calgary-North West
- Richard Magnus, Calgary-North Hill
- Lyle Oberg, Strathmore-Brooks
- Hung Pham, Calgary-Montrose
- Ivan Strang, West Yellowhead
- Gary Mar, Calgary-Mackay
- November 19, 2005 Paul Hinman, Cardston-Taber-Warner MLA is elected leader of the Alberta Alliance Party replacing Randy Thorsteinson at a leadership convention in Red Deer, Alberta.
- March 29, 2006 Premier Ralph Klein is given a 55% leadership review, he later announced his retirement for the fall of 2006.
- September 20, 2006 Premier Ralph Klein gives notice to the Progressive Conservatives, announces he will leave when a new leader is picked.
- November 23, 2006 Dan Backs is removed from the Liberal caucus and is forced to sit as an Independent
- December 15, 2006 Ed Stelmach replaces Ralph Klein as premier.
- January 15, 2007 Former Premier Ralph Klein and former Deputy Premier Shirley McClellan resign their legislature seats.
- June 12, 2007 By-elections are held in the seats vacated on January 15. While Jack Hayden easily holds the Drumheller-Stettler riding for the Progressive Conservatives, Craig Cheffins takes Premier Klein's old seat, Calgary Elbow, for the Liberals.
- November 3, 2007 Len Skowronski is elected Leader of Social Credit replacing Lavern Ahlstrom
- December 3, 2007 Gary Mar resigns his seat of Calgary Mackay after he was appointed as Alberta's representative to Washington, D.C..
- January 19, 2008 The Wildrose Party of Alberta and the Alberta Alliance Party merge to form the Wildrose Alliance Party of Alberta.
- February 4, 2008 The writ is dropped.
- February 21, 2008 Stelmach, Taft, Mason, and Hinman square off in a leaders' debate.
- March 3, 2008, 8:22 p.m.: CTV Calgary declares a PC majority barely twenty minutes after the polls close. A CTV reporter asks Ed Stelmach about it, but the Premier has no real answer.
- 8:29 p.m.: Less than half an hour after the polls close, and less than 25 minutes after the first polling station reports, CBC News declares a PC majority; Ed Stelmach begins a brief speech thanking party workers in Calgary while the CBC anchor is making the declaration.
- 9:45 p.m.: Kevin Taft concedes victory. Despite the poor result, he announces his intention to remain party leader.
- 10:36 p.m.: Ed Stelmach formally claims victory in Edmonton.
Party Seats Second Third Fourth Progressive Conservative 72 11 0 0 Liberal 9 58 13 2 New Democratic Party 2 4 34 16 Wildrose Alliance 0 7 30 17 Greens 0 2 4 47 Independents 0 1 2 1 Party Average # of votes Progressive Conservative 6,063 Liberal 3,059 Wildrose Alliance 1,055 New Democrat 976 Greens 551 Social Credit 256 Separation 120 Alberta Party 51 Communist 48
Names in bold indicate party leaders and cabinet ministers. 
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Athabasca-Redwater Jeff Johnson
Mike Cardinal Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock Ken Kowalski
Carl Haugen (SC)
Ken Kowalski Bonnyville-Cold Lake Genia Leskiw
Denis Ducharme Dunvegan-Central Peace Hector Goudreau
Hector Goudreau Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo Guy Boutilier
Reginald (Reg) Normore
Guy Boutilier Grande Prairie Smoky Mel Knight
Mel Knight Grande Prairie Wapiti Wayne Drysdale
Gordon Graydon Lac La Biche-St. Paul Ray Danyluk
Ray Danyluk Lesser Slave Lake Pearl Calahasen
Pearl Calahasen Peace River Frank Oberle
Adele Boucher Rymhs
Western and Central Alberta
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Banff-Cochrane Janis Tarchuk
Patricia K. Robertson
Zrinko Amerl (Ind.)
Janis Tarchuk Drayton Valley-Calmar Diana McQueen
Tony Abbott Foothills-Rocky View Ted Morton
Ricardo de Menezes
Ted Morton Innisfail-Sylvan Lake Luke Ouellette
Anthony Haggarty (Ind)
Luke Ouellette Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills Richard Marz
Richard Marz Red Deer North Mary-Anne Jablonski
Mary Anne Jablonski Red Deer South Cal Dallas
Victor Doerksen Rocky Mountain House Ty Lund
Fanie van Heerden
Wilf Tricker (SC)
Bruce Hutton (SPA)
Ty Lund Stony Plain Fred Lindsay
Fred Lindsay West Yellowhead Robin Campbell
Ivan Strang Whitecourt-Ste. Anne George VanderBurg
East Central Alberta
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Battle River-Wainwright Doug Griffiths
Doug Griffiths Drumheller-Stettler Jack Hayden
Jack Hayden Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville Ed Stelmach
Earl J. Woods
Ed Stelmach Lacombe-Ponoka Ray Prins
Ray Prins Leduc-Beaumont-Devon George Rogers
George Rogers Vermilion-Lloydminster Lloyd Snelgrove
Lloyd Snelgrove Wetaskiwin-Camrose Verlyn Olson
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Edmonton Beverly Clareview Tony Vandermeer
Robin Porteous (SC)
Ray Martin Edmonton Centre Bill Donahue
Margaret Saunter (AP)
Laurie Blakeman Edmonton-Glenora Heather Klimchuk
Elden Van Hauwaert
Bruce Miller Edmonton Gold Bar David Dorward
Hugh MacDonald Edmonton Highlands-Norwood Andrew Beniuk
Brian Mason Edmonton Mill Creek Gene Zwozdesky
Naomi Rankin (Com)
Gene Zwozdesky Edmonton-Mill Woods Carl Benito
Weslyn Mather Edmonton Riverview Wendy Andrews
Kyle Van Hauwaert
Kevin Taft Edmonton Rutherford Fred Horne
Rick Miller Edmonton Strathcona T.J. Keil
Suburban Edmonton and environs
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Edmonton-Calder Doug Elniski
David Eggen Edmonton Castle Downs Thomas Lukaszuk
Thomas Lukaszuk Edmonton Decore Janice Sarich
Bill Bonko Edmonton Ellerslie Naresh Bhardwaj
Cheryl Ullah (SC)
Bharat Agnihotri Edmonton Manning Peter Sandhu
Dan Backs (Ind.)
Dan Backs Edmonton McClung David Xiao
Mo Elsalhy Edmonton Meadowlark Raj Sherman
Maurice Tougas Edmonton-Whitemud David Hancock
David Hancock Sherwood Park Iris Evans
Iris Evans Spruce Grove-Sturgeon-St. Albert Doug Horner
Doug Horner St. Albert Ken Allred
Jack Flaherty Strathcona Dave Quest
Gordon Barrett (SC)
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Airdrie-Chestermere Rob Anderson
Carol Haley Cardston-Taber-Warner Broyce Jacobs
Paul Hinman Cypress-Medicine Hat Leonard Mitzel
Leonard Mitzel Highwood George Groeneveld
George Groeneveld Lethbridge East Jason Herasemluk
Bridget Pastoor Lethbridge West Greg Weadick
Clint Dunford Little Bow Barry McFarland
Barry McFarland Livingstone-Macleod Evan Berger
David Coutts Medicine Hat Rob Renner
Rob Renner Strathmore-Brooks Arno Doerksen
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Calgary-Bow Alana DeLong
Teale Phelps Bondaroff
Len Skowronski (SC)
Alana DeLong Calgary-Cross Yvonne Fritz
Yvonne Fritz Calgary-Foothills Len Webber
Len Webber Calgary-Fort Wayne Cao
J. Mark Taylor
Wayne Cao Calgary-Hays Arthur Johnston
Arthur Johnston Calgary-Lougheed David Rodney
Gordon Laurie (Ind.)
David Rodney Calgary-Mackay Teresa Woo-Paw
Vacant Calgary-McCall Shiraz Shariff
Shiraz Shariff Calgary-Montrose Manmeet Bhullar
Ron Leech (Ind)
Hung Pham Calgary-North West Lindsay Blackett
Dale Martin D'Silva
Greg Melchin Calgary-Shaw Cindy Ady
Richard P. Dur
Cindy Ady Calgary-West Ron Liepert
Electoral district Candidates Incumbent PC Liberal NDP Wildrose Green Other Calgary-Buffalo Sean Chu
Antoni Grochowski (SC)
Harvey Cenaiko Calgary-Currie Arthur Kent
Dave Taylor Calgary-East Moe Amery
Bonnie Collins (Com)
Moe Amery Calgary-Egmont Jonathan Denis
Craig Chandler (Ind.)
Denis Herard Calgary-Elbow Alison Redford
Barry Erskine (Ind)
Craig Cheffins Calgary-Fish Creek Heather Forsyth
Heather Forsyth Calgary-Glenmore Ron Stevens
Ron Stevens Calgary-Mountain View Leah Lawrence
David Swann Calgary-North Hill Kyle Fawcett
Jim Wright (SC)
Richard Magnus Calgary-Nose Hill Neil Brown
Neil Brown Calgary-Varsity Jennifer Diakiw
Harry B. Chase
Harry B. Chase
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