2011 Manitoba Election Archive
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News that Mentions Jim Murray
Thursday, 17 May 2012
Winnipeg Free Press - In January 2007, McNamee sent an email to Jim Murray, an employee of the agency that represents Clemens, complaining about "gross inaccuracies" in a newspaper story that identified him as a steroids supplier. He also claimed in the email he had been ...
Thursday, 17 May 2012
Brandon Sun - In January 2007, McNamee sent an email to Jim Murray, an employee of the agency that represents Clemens, complaining about "gross inaccuracies" in a newspaper story that identified him as a steroids supplier. He also claimed in the email he had been ...
Saturday, 28 April 2012
Brandon Sun - “They've lost a lot of the animals that would be in that area,” said BSD trustee Jim Murray. “Two of their primary trapping animals — the martin and the fisher — are very, very scarce there now, as are the moose and that sort of thing, ...
Tuesday, 27 March 2012
Brandon Sun - NDP candidate Jim Murray received only $1634.40 in individual donations. However, the Murray campaign led the way in money transferred in by the New Democrats' central campaign and the Brandon West constituency association.
Saturday, 14 January 2012
Brandon Sun - Or are we now being sent to detention for not electing NDP star candidate Jim Murray last fall, who lost a squeaker to Progressive Conservative Reg Helwer? And what if Murray had been elected? Would he be in Selinger's cabinet? Likely not. ...
Friday, 06 January 2012
Winnipeg Free Press - Brad Faxon received the Jim Murray Award for his co-operation and quotability with the media, while Maj. Dan Rooney was honoured with the William D. Richardson Award for his outstanding contributions to golf. They will be honoured at the GWAA's annual ...
Saturday, 15 October 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - In Brandon West, where Tory Reg Helwer held off the NDP's Jim Murray by just 151 votes, turnout fell more than seven percentage points, to just below 60 per cent. In Kirkfield Park, which was the closest race of all, with NDP incumbent Sharon Blady ...
Wednesday, 12 October 2011
Brandon Sun - I think the policy (we have) made that a consistent message,” trustee Jim Murray added. “I think (the amendments) sends a mixed message and puts too much onus on the principal — I think it says we aren't going to support our own policies, ...
Saturday, 08 October 2011
Brandon Sun - (16)Jim Murray, hairstylist, Brandon School Division trustee. Veteran trustee Murray is well respected, and lost a squeaker to Tory Reg Helwer in the provincial election in Brandon West. 13. (20) Mark Sefton, newly elected school board chair. ...
Thursday, 06 October 2011
Brandon Sun - Though Brandon West PC candidate Reg Helwer's 146-vote victory over NDP candidate Jim Murray is certainly on Elections Manitoba's radar as a close race, Skanderbeg noted it's highly unlikely the results of institutional write-in ballots would sway the ...
Jim Murray - Brandon West
Why did you decide to run in the 2011 Manitoba election?
I have strong community ties and a long track record of community involvement. My service as a trustee has instilled in me a deep and satisfying commitment to public service and representing people to the best of my ability. Serving my community is something I consider an honour.
What experience will you bring to compliment your role as MLA?
My work as a trustee, union steward, cub leader and other community service has prepared me to speak on behalf of other people. On many occasions, I have fought hard for the people of Brandon. I approach the role of elected representative from the common sense perspective of the average working person.
Is there anything in particular you would like to change in our province? In your electoral division?
Brandon has done very well in the past decade. We have better education opportunities at all levels, better health care and improvements that have made life better for our families and community. We need to ensure that our city and province continue to move forward.
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