Provincial_results. More than 90,000 students under the voting age cast ballots in Student Vote Alberta for the 2015 provincial election.
After learning about the democratic process, researching the candidates and party platforms, and debating the future of Alberta, students cast ballots for official candidates running in their electoral district. 91,989 valid votes, 2,650 rejected ballots and 2,151 declined ballots were cast by student participants. VIEW THE COMPLETE RESULTS HERE: Student Vote is the flagship program of CIVIX. Elections Alberta. Elections Alberta. Don Koziak. Don Koziak Don Koziak is a life-long Edmontonian, born, raised, and educated here, graduating with his B.Sc.
(in Eng.)(‘85), U of Alberta. Don is 51 years old, married with children, and has lived in Edmonton Glenora for the last 24 years. Don was the Wildrose Candidate for Edmonton Glenora in 2012. He is the General Manager & Part-Owner of Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre, having worked there the better part of 30 years. Don is passionate about politics, mentored by his Father, Julian Koziak, who was a Cabinet Minister and Priorities Committee Member of the Lougheed Government. Don is a fiscal conservative who believes strongly in small, affordable government, concentrating on delivering the services that only the public sector can do.
Chris Vilcsak - Alberta Party Candidate in Edmonton-Glenora. Web chris4glenora.caphone (780) 488-4804 Born and raised in Edmonton and area, Chris has connections to the Glenora community that go back to his earliest childhood.
As a youngster, he would visit his godfather in his Bel Air (now Baywood) apartment; his great-grandparents lived with family members just south of the Baywood apartments, where he played street hockey as a youngster; and 12 years ago he moved back to the area to enjoy the mature neighbourhoods and large trees arching across the streets. Glenora not only feels like home, it is home. Today, Chris is an entrepreneur and business owner. He finished his Mechanical Engineering degree from the U of A in 1985 and his MBA in 1997. Chris has also served on local boards, including the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce (winning Small Business Owner of the Year award in 2005), the Edmonton Fencing Club, and BOMA Edmonton (the Building Owners and Managers Association). Karen Sevcik - Alberta Liberal Party. My name is Karen Sevcik.
I am 50 years old. I have been married for 20 years. I am a mother of two beautiful girls Jane 17 and Sarah 11. My family moved to Edmonton when I was 14. We rented a little apartment on 149 Street and to this day I still live in west Edmonton. I began volunteering for political campaigns in 1986 when a young, upstart Liberal by the name of Grant Mitchell knocked on our door and I’ve been campaigning ever since. 1993 Chris Pierce federal campaign 1997, 2004, 2006 Anne McLellan federal campaigns1997, 2001 Howard Sapers provincial campaigns2004 Bruce Miller provincial campaign2007, 2010 Stephen Mandel municipal campaigns2008 Jim Wachowich federal campaign2008 Kevin Taft provincial campaign2011 Mary MacDonald federal campaign2012 Arif Khan provincial campaign2013 Don Iveson municipal campaign Volunteerism Class rep Parent Advisory CouncilCommunity LeagueRiver Valley Clean upSalvation Army Christmas Kettle CampaignEdmonton Food Bank.
Green Party of Canada. David Parker has been involved with the Green Party of Canada for almost 25 years, and is excited to be the candidate for Edmonton Centre again in 2015, having run in 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2011.
David initially decided to run for Green Party because he is a strong supporter of their stance on issues of social equity, and believes their platform provides him the best opportunity to address the growing disparity between the wealthy and the poor. David is a professional engineer (P.Eng) and taught Instrumentation Technology at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) from 1978, until his retirement in 2014. He holds an honours degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Huddersfield University in West Yorkshire, England (1972). David is a well traveled individual who has lived all over the globe, and learned from a variety of cultures.
Sarah Hoffman - Alberta NDP. Sarah Hoffman has a proven track record delivering progressive change to Edmonton.
In 2010, Sarah ran for school board fighting the never ending closure of schools. She defeated the incumbent Trustee with 70% of the vote. After her election, Sarah became Vice Chair of Edmonton Public Schools, and was instrumental in bringing a moratorium on school closures. Along with a team of progressive school trustees, she helped develop an inclusion policy to make GLBT students welcome in all schools – a first on the prairies. In 2012, Sarah Hoffman was elected Chair of Edmonton Public Schools at the age of 32. Sarah Hoffman has the profile, experience and ability to win Edmonton Glenora for the NDP. Alberta MLA Edmonton-Glenora. Untitled. Student Vote Alberta 2015.