Tagak Curley

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1979 Canadian federal election: Nunatsiaq
Tagak Curley
MLA for Keewatin South, NT
In office
1979–1983
PartyCandidateVotes%
New Democratic Peter Ittinuar 1,96337.74
Liberal Tagak Curley 1,88736.27
Progressive Conservative Abe Okpik 1,35225.99
Total valid votes5,202100.00  
This riding was created from part of Northwest Territories, where New Democrat Wally Firth was the incumbent.

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