Alberta Election Predictor 2008 launches… What’s your take on the numbers?

posted by Brendan Hodgson

2008 Alberta Election PredictorOnce more into the breach! H&K Canada has today unveiled the newest edition of its highly popular Election Predictor franchise in time for the March 3rd election in Alberta, home to much of Canada’s oil and gas industry, and key driver of Canada’s economy.

As with previous versions, we’re giving Albertans (and anyone else with an interest in Alberta politics) to test their predictions and view how those predictions translate into seats.

You can also register to save your prediction and share it via your own blog or Facebook profile, and to see your predictions and the saved predictions of others via our Google Map.

As bloggers of all stripes jump into the debate, we hope the election predictor will provide an informative and entertaining perspective on the numbers. As always, we look forward to your feedback.

Update: Those of you seeking a good summary overview of the election platforms of the various parties, current polls, and links to a variety of relevant sources, can find it here and here.

Kerry Diotte at the Calgary Sun is also seeking your predictions on his blog here.

Check out the Globe & Mail’s Alberta Election blog (Alberta Votes) here.

3 Comments
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Feb
2008

Terry

I predict either the PC’s will get 49 elected and the Liberals 23-25, the NDP 4-8 and the Wildrose Alliance 3. I live in Edmonton CEnter riding and vote Liberal.

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Oct
2008

sylvain

i would see one seat in calgary goes to the liberal and that is maybe rob anders the clown of the conservative in calgary west it ight go to jennifer pollock the liberal, anyone who is voting for anders must really like him and is arrogance toward peoples minority and nelson mandela

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