2004 Conservative Party of Canada leadership election

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2004 Conservative Party of Canada leadership election

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Candidate Stephen Harper Belinda Stronach Tony Clement
Popular vote 67,143 22,286 7,968
Percentage 68.9% 22.9% 8.2%
Home province Alberta Ontario Ontario
Points 17,296 10,613 2,887
Percentage 56.2% 34.5% 9.4%

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Results by Canadian electoral district

Leader before election

John Lynch-Staunton (interim)

Elected Leader

Stephen Harper

The 2004 Conservative Party of Canada leadership election was on 20 March 2004, and had the result of Stephen Harper becoming the first leader of the new Conservative Party of Canada. The Conservative Party was made after the combination of the Canadian Alliance and the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.

Stephen Harper, the previous leader of the Canadian Alliance, was made leader on the only ballot.[1]

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