Dead Grits – Part Four

In my ongoing series about the decline of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan, I will be looking at the performance of the federal Liberal party in Saskatchewan during the 2011 federal election. See my previous posts on this topics: Part One, Part Two, Part Three. Basically, I’m interested in the province-wide aggregate Liberal results, as […]

Dead Grits – Part Three

I’ve said a bit about the future of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan at the provincial level in Part One, and the federal level in Part Two. This post examines the fallout from the recent by-election in Saskatoon Northwest. This was the second contest (out of four by-elections) the provincial Liberals have entered since the […]

Dead Grits – Part Two

An earlier post of mine discussed the collapse of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party vote in a recent by-election. My ultimate prediction was – and remains – a <5% popular vote for this party in the 2011 provincial election. Recent discussion at the federal level about a pre-election-coalition/merger between the NDP and Liberal party has sparked […]

Dead Grits?

There have been three byelections since the 2007 general election in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Liberal Party has only fielded a candidate for one of these byelections. That candidate was Eileen Gelowitz, who ran in the 2007 election for the Saskatchewan Party in an adjacent riding. In 2007, Gelowitz earned  2182 votes for the Saskatchewan Party […]