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Roy Bailey (politician)

Roy H. Bailey
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Souris—Moose Mountain
In office
June 2, 1997 – June 28, 2004
Preceded byBernie Collins (Lib.)
Succeeded byEd Komarnicki (Con.)
MLA for Rosetown-Elrose
In office
1975–1978
Preceded byriding created
Succeeded byHerbert Swan (PC)
Personal details
Born(1928-12-16)December 16, 1928
Radville, Saskatchewan, Canada
DiedDecember 13, 2018(2018-12-13) (aged 89)
Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada
Political partyConservative Party
(2004–2018, his death)
Other political
affiliations
Provincial: Social Credit (until 1971), Progressive Conservative (1971–1978)
Federal: Reform Party of Canada (1997–2000), Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance (2000–2004)
ResidenceRadville
OccupationEducational administrator, farmer, teacher

Roy Hardeman Bailey (December 16, 1928 – December 13, 2018) was a Canadian politician.

Formerly a member of the Social Credit Party of Saskatchewan, Bailey joined the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan when the Social Credit and PC parties merged under the PC name in 1971.

Bailey ran for the leadership of the Saskatchewan PC Party in 1973, placing second to Dick Collver.

He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 1975 provincial election as the Progressive Conservative Member of the Legislative Assembly for Rosetown-Elrose, and served until 1978.

Bailey was a school board trustee in the Borderland School Division (since consolidated into the Prairie South School Division) from 1984 to 1993.

He was elected to the House of Commons in 1997, representing the riding of Souris—Moose Mountain for the Reform Party of Canada and its successor, the Canadian Alliance, until 2004. He served as the Veterans Affairs critic for the Alliance. He did not seek re-election in the 2004 election.

Bailey was also variously an educational administrator, a farmer, and a teacher. He died on December 13, 2018.[1]

2000 Canadian federal election: Souris—Moose Mountain
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Alliance Roy Bailey 19,278 63.3 +22.1 $32,614
New Democratic Tom Cameron 4,755 15.6 -3.0 $12,747
Liberal Myles Fuchs 4,371 14.3 -12.9 $11,644
Progressive Conservative Larry Gabruch 2,060 6.8 -6.2
Total valid votes 30,464 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 98 0.3 -0.1
Turnout 30,562 63.0 +4.0
1997 Canadian federal election: Souris—Moose Mountain
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Reform Roy Bailey 13,732 41.2 +10.5 $24,042
Liberal Bernie Collins 9,077 27.2 -5.0 $42,840
New Democratic Gary Lake 6,209 18.6 +2.1 $26,063
Progressive Conservative Greg Douglas 4,333 13.0 -2.0 $11,530
Total valid votes 33,351 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 128 0.4
Turnout 33,479 67.0

References

  1. ^ "Remembering the life of Roy Bailey".


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