Tom Kmiec

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2019 Canadian federal election: Calgary Shepard
Tom Kmiec
Conservative Party National Caucus Chair (elected)
In office
November 6, 2019 August 15, 2021
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Conservative Tom Kmiec 58,61475.0+9.13$41,477.43
Liberal Del Arnold8,64411.1-13.59$13,154.34
New Democratic David Brian Smith6,8288.7+1.87none listed
Green Evelyn Tanaka2,3453.0+0.39$3,079.74†
People's Kyle Scott1,7092.2-$15,461.75
Total valid votes/expense limit78,140100.0
Total rejected ballots441
Turnout78,58169.8
Eligible voters112,660
Conservative hold Swing +11.36
†Amount as submitted from C1 of Part 6 of the Candidate Campaign Return.
Source: Elections Canada [33] [34] [35]
2015 Canadian federal election : Calgary Shepard
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Conservative Tom Kmiec 43,70665.87–9.64$153,176.93
Liberal Jerome James16,37924.69+17.50$7,037.44
New Democratic Dany Allard4,5326.83–4.30$10,097.24
Green Graham MacKenzie1,7342.61–2.95
Total valid votes/expense limit66,351100.00 $241,369.87
Total rejected ballots2080.31
Turnout66,55967.9
Eligible voters98,085
Conservative hold Swing –13.57
Source: Elections Canada [36] [37] [38]

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