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August 28th, 2015
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And now for something completely trivial. There will be three sets of candidates with the same names on the ballot this coming October:
The most recent pairing came last night, when businessperson Robert Kitchen of Nackawic in New Brunswick (pictured left) won a two-way contested nomination to represent the NDP in the open riding of Tobique-Mactaquac, NB. He joins his namesake Robert Kitchen, a chiropractor from Estevan, SK (right) who won a six-way contested nomination last November to represent the Conservatives in the open seat of Souris-Moose Mountain.
Previous to that, we got the pairing of Erin A. Weir a registered nurse from Raymond, AB (left) who was acclaimed the NDP candidate in Medecine Hat-Cardston-Warner, AB on July 27 of this year, joining Erin M.K. Weir (right), the Steelworkers economist who won a two-way contest for the NDP in the Saskatchewan riding of Regina-Lewvan over a year ago on June 22.
The first potential couplet emerged when Scott James Andrews (left), a caregiver for adults with disabilities, won a two-way contested nomination for the NDP in Vancouver Quadra on November 23 of last year. Two weeks earlier, then-Liberal MP Scott Andrews of Avalon, NL (right) was suspended as the Liberal candidate for that riding, and suggested he could run for re-election as an Independent. He confirmed he would do so this past August 10.
So, if you're compiling candidate lists, don't do a double-take if you see two candidates with the same names. Double-check the party and riding before you accidentally eliminate a dupe that wasn't.