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Understanding the Manitoba Election 2019

Campaigns, Participation, and Issues

edited by Royce Koop, Barry Ferguson, Karine Levasseur, Andrea Rounce & Kiera L. Ladner

University of Manitoba Press
Initial publish date
Sep 2019
Canadian, Elections, Leadership, Political Parties
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    Sep 2019

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To be released on September 26, 2019, two weeks after the election, this open-access publication will provide early analysis and insights into the decision that Manitoba voters have made.

Published in association with the University of Manitoba’s Duff Roblin Chair in Government.

About the authors

Royce Koop writes about political parties, representation, local politics, and online political communication. He is the author of Grassroots Liberals: Organizing for Local National Politics (UBC Press, 2015), which won the 2014 Seymour Martin Lipset Best Book Award from the American Political Science Association, and, with Peter J. Loewen, Jaime Settle, and James H. Fowler, “A Natural Experiment in Proposal Power and Electoral Success,” American Journal of Political Science 58, no. 1 (2014).

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Barry Ferguson is a Professor of History and currently Duff Roblin Professor of Manitoba Government at the University of Manitoba. His work is in political ideas in Canada, particularly liberalism and federalism, as well as provincial politics and government.

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Karine Levasseur is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Studies, University of Manitoba. She specializes in government – voluntary sector relationships and is the author of “In the Name of Charity: Institutional support and resistance for redefining the meaning of charity in Canada”, which won the J.E. Hodgetts Award for best article (English) published in Canadian Public Administration in 2012.

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Andrea Rounce is an Associate Professor in Political Studies at the University of Manitoba and Academic Director of the Manitoba Institute for Policy Research (MIPR). Her recent work includes projects on public opinion about post-secondary education, government's use of public opinion and consultation, public servants’ political activities, gender, elections, and public sector governance.

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Kiera L. Ladner is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Politics and Governance in the Department of Political Studies at the University of Manitoba. She received her PhD from Carleton University in 2001. Alongside Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, she held a position at Trent from 2000- 2002. She is a leading scholar in the field of Indigenous politics and is widely published in Canada, Australia, the United States and Mexico.

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