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1996 British Columbia general election: Vancouver-Burrard
Tim Stevenson
Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly
for Vancouver-Burrard
In office
May 28, 1996 May 16, 2001
New Democratic Tim Stevenson 10,64649.70−1.23$43,534
Liberal Duncan Wilson7,97537.23+2.00$50,880
Progressive Democrat Laura McDiarmid1,0144.73$1,072
Green Imtiaz Popat5632.63+0.32$155
Reform Aletta Buday6713.13$100
Libertarian John Clarke4582.14
Natural Law Wayne A. Melvin930.43$100
Total valid votes21,420 100.00
Total rejected ballots257 1.19
Turnout21,677 62.68
2001 British Columbia general election : Vancouver-Burrard
Liberal Lorne Mayencourt 11,39648.11+10.88$46,939
New Democratic Tim Stevenson7,35931.07−18.63$45,493
Green Robbie Mattu3,82616.15+13.52$1,029
Marijuana Marc Emery 9063.82$394
Unity Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell2901.15
Independent Boris Bear1360.57$157
People's Front Joseph Theriault400.17$57
Independent Rhinoceros Helvis250.11$100
Total valid votes23,688 100.00
Total rejected ballots123 0.52
Turnout23,811 63.67
2005 British Columbia general election : Vancouver-Burrard
Liberal Lorne Mayencourt 12,00942.16−5.94$161,227
New Democratic Tim Stevenson 11,99842.12+11.04$67,587
Green Janek Patrick John Kuchmistrz3,69812.98−3.21$8,237
Libertarian John Clarke3881.36$100
Work Less Lisa Voldeng1700.60$1,855
Sex John Gordon Ince1110.39$100
Democratic Reform Ian McLeod820.29$400
Platinum Antonio Francisco Ferreira270.09$100
Total valid votes28,483100
Total rejected ballots1960.69

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