Surrey-Cloverdale

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Surrey-Cloverdale
British Columbia electoral district
Location in Surrey
Provincial electoral district
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of British Columbia
MLA
 
 
 
Mike Starchuk
New Democratic
First contested1991
Last contested2020
Demographics
Population (2001)49,122
Area (km²)144
Pop. density (per km²)341.1
Census division(s)Metro Vancouver
Census subdivision(s)Surrey

Surrey-Cloverdale is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada.

Demographics[edit]

Population, 2001 49,122
Population Change, 1996–2001 19.2%
Area (km2) 144
Pop. Density (people per km2) 341

Geography[edit]

1999 Redistribution[edit]

Changes to Surrey-Cloverdale include

  • removal of northwesternmost half to Surrey-Tynehead
  • inclusion of a western panhandle from Surrey-Newton

History[edit]

This riding has elected the following Members of Legislative Assembly:

Surrey-Cloverdale
Assembly Years Member Party
Riding created from Surrey-Guildford-Whalley, Surrey-Newton
and Surrey-White Rock-Cloverdale
35th 1991–1996     Ken Jones Liberal
36th 1996–2001 Bonnie McKinnon
2001–2001     Independent
37th 2001–2005     Kevin Falcon Liberal
38th 2005–2009
39th 2009–2013
40th 2013–2017 Stephanie Cadieux
41st 2017–2020 Marvin Hunt
42nd 2020–present     Mike Starchuk New Democratic

Member of Legislative Assembly[edit]

Currently, its MLA is Mike Starchuk, who represents the British Columbia New Democratic Party.

Election results[edit]

Graph of provincial election results in Surrey-Cloverdale (minor parties are combined into "Others").


2020 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
New Democratic Mike Starchuk 12,992 52.10 +13.54 $56,040.91
Liberal Marvin Hunt 8,758 35.12 −12.86 $38,284.81
Green Rebecca Smith 2,169 8.70 −3.63 $2,758.94
Conservative Aisha Bali 867 3.48 $0.00
Independent Marcella Williams 149 0.60 $1,431.11
Total valid votes 24,935 100.00
Total rejected ballots 206 0.82 +0.09
Turnout 25,141 55.16 −6.65
Registered voters 45,575
New Democratic gain from Liberal Swing +13.20
Source: Elections BC[1][2]
2017 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Marvin Hunt 11,948 47.67 −11.86 $38,784
New Democratic Rebecca Smith 9,738 38.86 +9.91 $6,028
Green Aleksandra Muniak 3,100 12.37 $1,141
Libertarian Peter Poelstra 276 1.10 $0
Total valid votes 25,062 100.00
Total rejected ballots 184 0.73 +0.07
Turnout 25,246 61.84 +4.05
Registered voters 40,828
Source: Elections BC[3][4]
2013 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Stephanie Cadieux 18,051 59.53 -3.17 $86,812
New Democratic Harry Kooner 8,777 28.95 -0.86 $54,929
Conservative Howard Wu 2,545 8.39 $852
No Affiliation Matt William Begley 949 3.13 $750
Total valid votes 30,322 99.34
Total rejected ballots 202 0.66 +0.10
Turnout 30,524 57.79 +2.77
Registered voters 52,817
Source: Elections BC[5]
Liberal hold Swing -1.16
2009 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin Falcon 13,815 62.70 1.06
New Democratic Deborah Payment 6,567 29.81 +1.14
Green Kevin Purton 1,651 7.49 −1.06
Total valid votes 22,033 99.44
Total rejected ballots 125 0.56 -0.01
Turnout 22,158 55.03 -10.47
Registered voters 40,268
Source: Elections BC[6]
Liberal hold Swing -0.04
2005 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin Falcon 16,429 61.64 −2.08
New Democratic Ted Allen 7,640 28.66 +17.84
Green Pierre Rovtar 2,280 8.55 −1.77
Democratic Reform Joseph Vollhoffer 305 1.14
Total valid votes 26,654 99.43
Total rejected ballots 153 0.57 +0.19
Turnout 26,807 65.49 -9.96
Registered voters 40,932
Source: Elections BC[7]
Liberal hold Swing -9.96
2001 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Kevin Falcon 13,739 63.72 +15.45 $47,532
New Democratic Steve Oakley 2,333 10.82 -19.00 $11,172
Green Steve Chitty 2,227 10.33 +9.09 $463
Independent Bonnie McKinnon 1,669 7.74 n/a $6,828
Unity George Hoytema 1,112 5.16 +2.76 $4,774
Marijuana Jason Elliott 481 2.23 n/a $394
Total valid votes 21,561 99.62
Total rejected ballots 82 0.38 -0.34
Turnout 21,643 75.45 +0.70
Registered voters 28,684
Source: Elections BC[8]
Liberal hold Swing +17.22

^ Unity totals compared to FCP

1996 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Bonnie McKinnon 14,297 48.27 +9.99 $44,135
New Democratic Charan Gill 8,831 29.82 -1.03 $45,783
Reform Stuart Clark 2,690 9.08 n/a $8,429
Progressive Democrat Philip McCormack 2,417 8.16 n/a $839
Family Coalition Heather Stilwell 709 2.39 +1.29 $3,584
Green David Walters 366 1.24 n/a $790
Social Credit Bill Gall 306 1.03 -28.36 $8,044
Total valid votes 29,616 99.28
Total rejected ballots 214 0.72 -1.08
Turnout 29,830 74.75
Registered voters 39,904
Source: Elections BC[9]
Liberal hold Swing +5.51
1991 British Columbia general election
Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures
Liberal Ken Jones 9,012 38.28 $12,624
New Democratic Charan Gill 7,261 30.84 $30,517
Social Credit Judy Higginbotham 6,920 29.40 $64,823
Family Coalition John P. Onderwater 260 1.10 $1,434
Libertarian Eric Smith 88 0.37
Total valid votes 23,541 98.21
Total rejected ballots 430 1.79
Turnout 23,971 78.69%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statement of Votes — 42nd Provincial General Election" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved August 8, 2021.
  2. ^ "Election Financing Reports". Elections BC. Retrieved February 11, 2021.
  3. ^ "2017 Provincial General Election - Statement of Votes" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  4. ^ "Election Financing Reports". Elections BC. Retrieved September 13, 2020.
  5. ^ "Statement of Votes - 40th Provincial General Election" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved May 17, 2017.
  6. ^ "Statement of Votes - 39th Provincial General Election" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved September 10, 2022.
  7. ^ "Statement of Votes - 38th Provincial General Election" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved September 10, 2022.
  8. ^ "Statement of Votes - 37th Provincial General Election" (PDF). Elections BC. Retrieved September 10, 2022.
  9. ^ "Statement of Votes - 36th Provincial General Election" (PDF). Retrieved September 10, 2022.

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