Tony Bhullar

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Tony Bhullar
Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly
for Surrey-Newton
In office
May 16, 2001 May 17, 2005
Preceded by Penny Priddy
Succeeded by Harry Bains
Personal details
Political party BC Liberal

Tony Bhullar is a Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of Surrey-Newton in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 2001 to 2005. [1] He sat as a member of the BC Liberal Party.

Electoral record

B.C. General Election 2001: Surrey-Newton
PartyCandidateVotes%±Expenditures
Liberal Tony Bhullar6,75049.45%$51,429
     NDP Param Grewal3,94928.93%$32,318
Green David Walters1,67312.26%$2,471
Unity Paul Joshi4983.65%$4,578
Marijuana Stephen Kawamoto3642.20%$394
Reform Margaret Bridgman 1590.96%$1,285
Total Valid Votes13,649100.00%
Total Rejected Ballots920.67%
Turnout13,74165.51%

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