"Pigs do fly."
- After pushing through tax increases, Alberta's Progressive Conservative Party is crushed by Leftists in elections.
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|Brian Jean is the leader of the Conservative-Libertarian Wildrose Party|
that gained seats in the election.
Warning to American Readers.
American readers please do not be frightened or confused by the nine political parties in the Canadian election below. In the rest of the world this is called a free election.
Because voters have real ballot choices they punished the tax increasing Progressive Conservative Party dropping them from 61 seats in 2012 to only ten seats. The Conservative-Libertarian Wildrose Party grew to 21 seats to become the #2 party.
Meanwhile back in the USA voters are force fed a meaningless "choice" between two open borders, big government loving political parties.
Maybe we should try free elections in the United States.
|Party||Party leader||Number of|
|New Democratic||Rachel Notley||87||4||4||53|
|Progressive Conservative||Jim Prentice||87||61||70||10|
|Liberal||David Swann (interim)||56||5||5||1|
|Alberta Party||Greg Clark||36||—||—||1|
|Social Credit||Len Skowronski||6||—||—||0|
|Alberta First||Bart Hampton||1||—||—||0|
(Alberta general election, 2015)