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Current Party Standings and Nominations Metrics (cá độ bóng đá trên điện thoại www.diretoriorestaurantes.com)

 ConsNDPLibBQGrnOthIndTOTAL
Won in last general election1661033441  308
By-election vacancies-9-3-3    -15
By-election wins825    15
Left the caucus-5-7-2-3  -3-20
[Re-]Joined the caucus1 21121320
Vacancies-2     -24
CURRENT STANDINGS15995362228304
Retiring Incumbents321461  457
Nominated - Own Caucus12780301222244
Nominated - Different Caucus 1  11 3
Nominated - Non-incumbents21125730877333281781545
CURRENTLY NOMINATED33833833878336284801792
Contested Incumbents - Lost331    7
Candidates - Withdrawn231117220594136
Incumbents - Acclaimed1168129 2  228
Incumbents - Protected7      7
Incumbents - Won Contest4 1    5
Incumbents - Other     325
Non-Incumbents - Acclaimed1371491643323512 730
Non-Incumbents - Appointed4113376268 383
Non-Incumbents - Won Contest671041441122  348
Non-Incumbents - Other    1 7879
NON-INCUMBENT CONTESTED RATE33.8%41.8%46.9%25.0%8.6%  32.7%

Earlier Blog Posts

Terra Incognita: New Ridings, Fewer Incumbents, and the Wild Wild West

May 26th, 2015

[Welcome, National Newswatch readers!] Just over one in three of the 338 ridings being contested in October's federal general election will be either new, or will have unfamiliar or no sitting MPs running in them by the time the writ is dropped. Join Nanos Research's Greg Weston, author Susan Delacourt, and me at today's Canadian […]

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The difficult math of the Alberta provincial election results

May 6th, 2015

Doing the arithmetic in the Alberta election was the easy part, but fully absorbing the math of it all is surely more difficult for both federal and provincial conservatives today. One provincial seat (Calgary-Glenmore) was left in a PC-NDP tie after last night's unofficial tallies, which under Alberta election laws could result in an instant […]

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Federal by-elections will be all paperwork, no voting day, plus huge expense ceilings

May 3rd, 2015

[Welcome, National Newswatch readers!] Pointing to the need for a couple of common sense amendments to the Canada Elections Act, the three currently vacant House of Commons seats will be undergoing by-election campaigns from now until the writs for forthcoming general election are issued sometime in the early fall. Wednesday would have been the last day […]

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First Quarter Nominations Keep Pace, But No Party Election-Ready Yet

April 1st, 2015

Two hundred and twenty-eight candidates were nominated in the first three months of 2015 – three more than in the final three months of 2014 – but no party has yet confirmed much more than two-thirds of its national slate as the second quarter begins, making an early spring election call even more unlikely than […]

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Can women win contested nominations? The data say ‘Yes’ … IF they actually run

March 9th, 2015

Seven of the weekend's nine nomination meetings saw women candidates selected – 3 New Democrats, 3 Liberals, and 1 Conservative – and three of those seven women were able to win competitive nominations, in order to secure their spot on their party's ticket. Indeed, as International Women's Day drew to a close yesterday, there were […]

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21 MPs Still Unconfirmed for 2015 Ballot, and Other Nominations Trivia

February 23rd, 2015

With an election looming on the horizon, 21 Members of Parliament have still not been confirmed as candidates for the upcoming federal election, while 44 others are bowing out, and 2 Commons seats sit vacant. The "As yet Unrenominated Incumbents" list includes MPs from the Conservatives, Liberals, Bloc and one Independent MP who has yet […]

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Third Québec NDP MP facing nomination challenge

January 30th, 2015

When Joliette Ward 4 councillor Danielle Landreville announces her bid for the NDP nomination in the north shore riding of Joliette, QC Friday morning, it will be the third NDP riding in Québec to see a challenger announce a nomination bid before the sitting MP could do so. The sitting Member of Parliament in Joliette […]

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How the new federal electoral map will create new political realities

January 28th, 2015

[Welcome, National Newswatch readers!] by Alice Funke, for the Hill Times Power & Influence Magazine, Winter 2015; Reprinted with kind permission [Note: This article was penned for a November 14 deadline. The analysis holds up pretty well, though a few of the metrics have changed, as noted below.] ———————————— How will the 30 new ridings […]

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Latest MP retirements put 2015 open seat count at 25-year high

January 17th, 2015

[Welcome, National Newswatch readers!] The 2015 election won't set a record for the number of retiring MPs, but given the 30 new seats being added to the House of Commons, it's setting a 25-year record for the largest number of open seats. An open seat is one having no sitting Member of Parliament running as […]

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Re-up-UPDATED: How a little-noticed clause in the Fair Elections Act up-ends all conventional election timing speculation

January 15th, 2015

[Welcome, National Newswatch readers!] UPDATE: See below for two points of clarification – on the indexation of third-party spending limits, and the scope of the limitation on fundraising cost exemptions. RE-UPDATE: [Feb 2, 2015] On further examination of the legislation, Elections Canada lawyers believe the daily pro-rated value of the central and candidate expense limits […]

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