George Graham (Ontario politician)

George Graham (Ontario Politician)

George Graham (Ontario politician)

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George Frederick Graham (born 1966 in East York, Canada) is a former political activist currently living in Ajax, Ontario.

Between 1984 and 1987, Graham ran as a Libertarian candidate in one federal general election (1984), two provincial general elections (1985 and 1987) and one provincial by-election (1984). In 1986, Graham ran for Deputy Leader of the Ontario Libertarian Party, losing to current Party Treasurer Jim McIntosh.

In 1988, Graham was elected to the Executive Committee of the Ontario Libertarian Party as Member-at-Large. He was defeated in his bid for re-election the following year. In November 2006 he was elected to that Party's Executive Committee as Member-at-Large, the same position he'd held seventeen years earlier.

George Graham writes occasional columns for

Electoral history

  • 1984 - Canadian federal election - received 329 votes (0.6%) in Willowdale riding. (Winner: John Oostrom, Progressive Conservative)
  • 1984 - Ontario by-election - received 162 votes (0.8%) in Wentworth North constituency. (Winner: Ann Sloat, Progressive Conservative)
  • 1985 - Ontario general election - received 1,106 votes (3.1%) in Oriole constituency. (Winner: Elinor Caplan, Liberal)
  • 1987 - Ontario general election - received 822 votes (3.0%) in Oriole constituency. (Winner: Elinor Caplan, Liberal)

Published work


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