The Alberta New Democratic Party or Alberta NDP is a social-democratic political party in Alberta, Canada, which was originally founded as the Alberta section of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. From the mid-1980s to 2004, the party abbreviated its name as the "New Democrats" (ND).
In the 2012 provincial election the NDP picked up two new seats in Edmonton, regaining their previous 4 seat total. Both Rachel Notley and Brian Mason safely held onto their seats while David Eggen was re-elected as the member for Edmonton-Calder. Newcomer Deron Bilous was also elected in Edmonton-Beverly-Clareview, the seat formerly held by Martin. In many other ridings the party also managed to win more votes than they had been able to attain previously.
Le Nouveau Parti démocratique de l'Alberta (Alberta New Democratic Party) est un parti politique social-démocrate provincial en Alberta (Canada). Il est affilié au Nouveau Parti démocratique fédéral. Have you voted for or against Alberta's New Democratic Party ? D'abord fondé comme branche albertaine de la Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), il devient le NPD en 1962.
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