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About ManitobaElection.ca

ManitobaElection.ca is a voter resource built by Open Democracy Manitoba (ODM). ODM is a non-profit organization that builds digital tools for democratic engagement. Learn more about Open Democracy Manitoba.

This site features interactive maps, constituency descriptions, election news, a calendar of election events, and educational resources about voting and government. Provincial election candidates are listed along with links to their web pages, contact details, and social media accounts. News articles that mention candidates are listed along with candidate responses to our election questionnaire.

We describe our methodologies and technologies on our Frequently Asked Questions Page.

Not Affiliated with Elections Manitoba

This website has no affiliation with the province of Manitoba.

Elections Manitoba, the official Election authority for our provincial elections, runs the official Elections Manitoba website. Their site includes information related to the voting process, an address lookup tool to determine your electoral division, and various voter registration tools.

About Open Democracy Manitoba

Open Democracy Manitoba (ODM) is a community organization that builds online resources with the goal of fostering government accountability, transparency and public education. Our board is volunteer-run and our websites are operated in the spirit of openness and community.

We’ve run WinnipegElection.ca during the 2010, 2014, and 2018 Winnipeg civic elections, as well as ManitobaElection.ca for the 2011, 2016, and 2019 provincial Manitoba elections. These sites have helped hundreds of thousands of voters research their candidates and learn about their local democratic process. We take measures to ensure that any and all candidate and election-related information is retrieved and presented in a fair and unbiased manner.

Open Democracy Manitoba received the Open Data for Democracy award at the 2017 Canadian Open Data Summit in Edmonton, Alberta.

Open Democracy Manitoba is powered by the volunteer efforts of Andrew Burton, Kenneth Harasym, Kyle Geske, Mike Lennon, and Phanie Koncan.

Open Democracy Manitoba Biographies

Kyle Geske is a computer engineer, web coder, artist and father. He is a co-founder of Open Democracy Manitoba, its current Executive Director, and its lead programmer. Kyle has 25 years work experience as a computer programmer and 10 years experience as an open-source contributor. He regularly speaks in public forums to champion open government ideas and open data best-practices. As a programming instructor at Red River College, Kyle challenges and inspires the next generation of Manitoban game development innovators. Follow Kyle as @stungeye on Twitter.

Kenneth Harasym is an Artist and Multimedia Designer with a passion for creating engaging multimedia advocacy content. Committed to a high-level of quality visual work, Kenneth provides the Open Democracy Manitoba websites with design and image content. As one of the co-founders of Open Democracy Manitoba he enjoys contributing to the highly collaborative team. Follow Kenneth as @kennethharasym on Twitter.

Mike Lennon brings extensive experience in research, data analysis, and organizational planning to the team. Educated in urban planning, marketing, and management, Mike has over ten years of experience volunteering with non-profit organizations where he has engaged in strategic planning and creative problem-solving.

Andrew Burton has spent 20 years in web development, and 25 years watching the Internet change. Currently he is the Coordinator of Web and Data Services for the City of Winnipeg. Previously, he worked as a full stack programmer at the Winnipeg Free Press. Follow Andrew as @chefquix on Twitter.

History of Open Democracy Manitoba

A history of our websites can be seen through our press releases, our press mentions, and our frequently asked questions.

Source Code and Datasets

The source code for all our projects is available for others to view, use and extend.

The data that powers our websites is available as open data: