Tununiq

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Tununiq
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Boundaries of Tununiq
Coordinates: 72°41′57″N077°57′33″W / 72.69917°N 77.95917°W / 72.69917; -77.95917 Coordinates: 72°41′57″N077°57′33″W / 72.69917°N 77.95917°W / 72.69917; -77.95917
Territorial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Nunavut
MLA
 
 
 
Karen Nutarak
District created1999
First contested 1999
Last contested 2021

Tununiq (Inuktitut : ᑐᓄᓂᕐᒃ, [1] formerly Tunniniq) is a territorial electoral district (riding) for the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut, Canada.

Contents

The riding consists of the community of Pond Inlet.

History

The electoral district was named for the Pond Inlet area. There was a typo in the original legislation, and was corrected by amendments passed in the Assembly. [2]

Election results

1999 election

1999 Nunavut general election [3]
CandidateVote %
Jobie Nutarak 22347.55%
Caleb Sangoya9420.04%
Sam Omik8117.27%
Elijah Erkloo 428.96%
Leo Mucktar296.18%
Total valid votes46997.71%
Total rejected ballots112.29%
Turnout48088.24%
Eligible voters544

2004 election

2004 Nunavut general election [4]
CandidateVote %
Jobie Nutarak 14231.84%
David Qajaakuttuk Qamaniq 13830.94%
Appitaq Enuaraq8819.73%
Sam Omik7817.49%
Total valid votes44698.45%
Total rejected ballots71.55%
Turnout45376.91%
Eligible voters589

2006 by-election

April 23, 2006 by-election [5]
CandidateVote %
James Arvaluk 20643.92%
Rhonda Cunningham15031.98%
Joseph Krimmerdjuar6814.50%
Sam Omik5311.30%
Total valid votes46998.45%
Total rejected ballots81.55%
Turnout47776.91%
Eligible voters648

2008 election

2008 Nunavut general election [6]
CandidateVote %
James Arvaluk 23950.00%
Simon Merkosak17135.77%
Elizirie Peterloosie6814.23%
Total valid votes47899.38%
Total rejected ballots30.62%
Turnout48168.52%
Eligible voters702

2011 by-election

September 12, 2011 by-election [7]
CandidateVote %
Joe Enook 28562.91%
David Qajaakuttuk Qamaniq 10924.06%
Brandy Kanayuk347.51%
Sam Omik275.96%
Total valid votes45399.56%
Total rejected ballots20.44%
Turnout45567.11%
Eligible voters678

2013 election

2013 Nunavut general election [8]
CandidateVote %
Joe Enook 35973.12%
David Qajaakuttuk Qamaniq 13226.88%
Total valid votes49197.81%
Total rejected ballots112.19%
Turnout50265.71%
Eligible voters764

2017 election

2017 Nunavut general election [9]
CandidateVote %
Joe Enook 25850.99%
David Qajaakuttuk Qamaniq 14628.85%
Jeannie Mills10220.16%
Total valid votes50698.83%
Total rejected ballots61.17%
Turnout51266.41%
Eligible voters771

2019 by-election

September 16, 2019 by-election [10]
CandidateVote %
David Qajaakuttuk Qamaniq 18251.56%
Charlie Inuarak17148.44%
Total valid votes35398.06%
Total rejected ballots71.94%
Turnout36047.75%
Eligible voters754

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References

  1. "Nunavut Elections Act Office Consolidation, English version". Elections Nunavut. p. 135. Archived from the original (PDF) on May 5, 2017. Retrieved April 23, 2017.
  2. "In the Legislative Assembly". Nunatisaq News. June 6, 2008. Archived from the original on March 6, 2016. Retrieved January 15, 2017.
  3. 1999 General Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  4. 2004 General Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  5. April 23, 2006 By-Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  6. 2008 General Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  7. September 12, 2011 By-Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  8. 2013 General Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  9. 2017 General Election . Official results for Tununiq. Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 26, 2019
  10. "Tununiq By-election". Elections Nunavut . Retrieved September 19, 2019.