Premier Ralph Klein seeks his first mandate from the people of Alberta. Alberta is currently reeling from a lagging economy and a growing $20 billion dollar debt. Can Klein distance himself from the Don Getty record of fiscal mismanagement, and use his charisma and folksy populism to hold off Decore’s transformed Liberal party?
After two Liberal minority governments in a row, Canadians are once again heading to the polls to choose their next government. Will the Liberals win for a third time with the effects of Trudeaumania gripping the country and possibly secure a majority, or will Stanfield’s Conservatives secure a decisive victory?
NOTE: I did not make this scenario, I am uploading it with permission from the original creator, Phonexia.
The Dominion of Canada has been created. Will Sir John A. Macdonald carry the Conservative party to power and be elected the first Prime Minister, or will George Brown bring together the Liberal party and win a surprise victory? The results of this election will decide the fate of the new country, in its many tests and trials soon to come.
Credit to VJW for creating historically accurate ad types and fixing event issue.
Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Alberta’s economy is collapsing under the weight of Trudeau’s National Energy Program (NEP), which is taking a large portion of Alberta’s oil and gas profits. Alberta separatism, and the Western Canada Concept party is looking for a breakthrough. Can Peter Lougheed steer the PCs through Alberta’s volatile political mood and to another huge majority?
This is the first of the old PM4E Alberta scenarios that I am hoping to remake for the new infinity engine.
Premier Ed Stelmach is seeking his first mandate from the people of Alberta. Alberta’s white-hot economy is beginning to slow and the Opposition has battered the government on the oil royalty issue, health care premiums, and affordable housing. Will Premier Stelmach be able to win another solid majority, or will the PC string of victories end at 37 years?
v.2 – Added candidate riding positions and high score bonuses
As Premier Alison Redford dropped the election writ, she sets off a 28-day provincial campaign that will send Albertans to the polls on April 23 2012. Redford requested Lt.-Gov. Donald Ethell end the Legislature, setting off what is expected to be one of the most competitive election battles in decades. The 28-day campaign will see the PC leader try to extend her party’s 41-year grip on power, while Danielle Smith of the Wildrose Alliance, Raj Sherman of the Alberta Liberals, Brian Mason of the NDP, and Glenn Taylor of the Alberta Party will all be trying to end the Tory dynasty that started in 1971.
- Election Data based on official election results with voter shifts to reflect pre-campaign polling
- 9 Parties and the Electoral Commission as an observer party.
- Lots of events from the Calgary Herald
- Updated Issues and regional centres (Definitions are quite generic to reflect a multitude of parties.)
- Campaign funding totals from Elections Alberta
- v.3 – Added candidate riding positions and high score bonuses