The Mormon Contribution to Alberta Politics
This book provides a compendium of biographies of those who are considered to be ethnically Mormon in Alberta who were involved in both provincial and federal politics over the past 120 years.
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About the Authors
1982 provincial election Active in community Alberta Mormon attended Brigham Young attended the University became Blackmore Brigham Young College Calgary Canadian Cardston constituency Charles Ora Card Christ of Latter-day Church of Jesus Coming to Alberta community affairs contested the Cardston Credit Liberal NDP Credit Liberal Social Edmonton Educated at Cardston Eldon Tanner farm Farmers of Alberta federal election Grundlock Hinman Independent Social Credit Jesus Christ later attended Latter-day Saints Leavitt Lethbridge riding Liberal candidate Liberal Conservative Liberal Social Credit Magrath Mardon married Martin Woolf mayor Mormon pioneers PC Liberal NDP PC Social Credit Picture Butte placed second Premier Progressive Conservative candidate Provo rancher Raymond re-elected retired from politics Salt Lake City settled Social Credit candidate Social Credit incumbent Social Credit Liberal Social Credit PC Solon Earl Low Southern Alberta Stringham Taber United Farmers University of Alberta unsuccessfully contested unsuccessfully ran Utah Western Canada Concept William