Nancy Karetak-Lindell

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2006 Canadian federal election: Nunavut
Nancy Karetak-Lindell
ᓇᓐᓰ ᑲᕆᑕᒃ-ᓕᓐᑎᓪ
Member of Parliament
for Nunavut
In office
June 2, 1997 October 14, 2008
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Liberal Nancy Karetak-Lindell 3,67339.98−11.32$10,669
Conservative David Aglukark2,67029.06+14.62$5,486
New Democratic Bill Riddell1,57617.15+1.98$11,990
Marijuana D. Ed deVries7247.88$1,162
Green Feliks Kappi5445.92+2.59$3,950
Total valid votes/expense limit9,187100.0   $74,506
Total rejected ballots64 0.70
Turnout9,25154.10
Liberal hold Swing −12.97
2004 Canadian federal election : Nunavut
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Liberal Nancy Karetak-Lindell 3,81851.30−17.71$18,035
Independent Manitok Thompson 1,17215.74$5,945
New Democratic Bill Riddell1,12915.17−3.09$12,810
Conservative Duncan Cunningham1,07514.44+6.24$16,838
Green Nedd Kenney2483.33−1.19$190
Total valid votes7,442100.00  
Total rejected ballots330.44
Turnout7,47543.86
Liberal hold Swing −16.72
Change for the Conservatives is based on the results of the Progressive Conservatives.
2000 Canadian federal election : Nunavut
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Liberal Nancy Karetak-Lindell 5,32769.01+23.13$35,282
New Democratic Palluq Susan Enuaraq1,41018.26−5.50
Progressive Conservative Mike Sherman6338.20−15.93$6,045
Green Brian Robert Jones3494.52$9,304
Total valid votes7,719100.00  
Total rejected ballots540.69
Turnout7,77354.10
Liberal hold Swing +14.32
1997 Canadian federal election : Nunavut
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Liberal Nancy Karetak-Lindell 3,30245.88−23.87$30,212
Progressive Conservative Okalik Eegeesiak1,73724.13+3.54$11,251
New Democratic Hunter Tootoo 1,71023.76+14.10$11,918
Reform John Turner4476.21
Total valid votes7,196100.00  
Total rejected ballots480.66
Turnout7,24459.80
Liberal notional hold Swing −13.70


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