B. Day, Jr.
2002 Leadership Campaign
AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
1950.08.16 - Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
Businessman. Contractor. Christian School Administrator. Pentecostal
Canadian Alliance: 2000-2003.
Progressive Conservative: 1986-2000.
2008.10.14 - Okanagan-Coquihalla, British Columbia - Re-Elected.
2006.01.23 - Okanagan-Coquihalla, British Columbia - Re-Elected.
2004.06.28 - Okanagan-Coquihalla, British Columbia - Re-Elected.
2000.11.27 - Okanagan-Coquihalla, British Columbia - Re-Elected.
2000.09.11 - Okanagan-Coquihalla, British Columbia - Elected.
Leader of the Official
Opposition: 2000.09.11 - 2001.12.11.
Minister of International Trade (2008.10.30 - ).
Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway (2008.10.30 - ).
Minister of Public Safety (2006.02.06 - 2008.10.29).
Resigned on 2000.07.11.
1997.03.11 - Red Deer North - Re-Elected.
1993.06.15 - Red Deer North - Re-Elected.
1989.03.20 - Red Deer North - Re-Elected.
1986.05.08 - Red Deer North - Elected.
ALBERTA PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT:
Provincial Treasurer/Minister of Finance (March 1997 - June 2000).
Minister of Social Services (May 1996 - March 1997).
Minister of Labour (December 1992 - May 1996).
Candidate for Leader of the Canadian Alliance, June/July 2000.
First ballot: 1st place (out of five candidates) with 53,249 votes -
44.2%. Second ballot: Day was elected over Preston Manning by a vote
of 72,349 (63%) to 41,869 (37%).
Leader of the
Canadian Alliance (2000.07.08 - 2002.03.20).
Leader of the Canadian Alliance, March 2002. First ballot: 2nd place
(out of four candidates) with 33,074 votes - 37.5%. Stephen Harper won
on the first ballot with 55%.