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Liberal MP for South Surrey—White Rock (B.C.)

Won his last election, a byelection in 2017, with 47% of the vote.

A month ago

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca Trudeau stumbled through 2017. Apparently, no one noticed. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau greets supporters during a rally for South Surrey-White Rock Liberal byelection candidate Gordie Hogg in Surrey, B.C., on Saturday, December 2, 2017. A federal byelection will be held Dec. 11 for the seat vacated by former ...

Mentioned by BCLocalNews COLUMN: Miscalculations along the way A federal Liberal candidate – for the first time since 1949 – won after MP-elect Gordie Hogg received 14,369 votes. Conservative candidate Kerry-Lynne Findlay, the second in a field of seven, received 12,824. Combined, the NDP (1,478) and Greens (1,247 ...

Mentioned by BCLocalNews Liberal Hogg wins South Surrey-White Rock byelection over Conservative Findlay Liberal Gordie Hogg is the new MP for South Surrey-White Rock after defeating Conservative candidate Kerry-Lynne Findlay in Monday's byelection. “This is your victory,” Hogg told supporters during a speech at Boston Pizza in South Surrey. “Thank you so ...

Didn't vote on Vote #435 on Bill C-24 Amend the Salaries Act and to make a consequential amendment to the Financial Administration

Mentioned by The Globe and Mail New Liberal MP Gordie Hogg plays down federal implications of by-election win Even as Gordie Hogg prepares to go to Ottawa as South Surrey-White Rock's new Liberal MP, he is warning his party against drawing assumptions from his milestone by-election win about its prospects of holding or bolstering its B.C. ranks in the next ...

Mentioned by BCLocalNews Hogg credits 'deep roots' for ending 64-year Liberal drought Liberal Gordie Hogg is the new MP for South Surrey-White Rock after defeating Conservative candidate Kerry-Lynne Findlay in Monday's byelection. “This is your victory,” Hogg told supporters during a speech at Boston Pizza in South Surrey. “Thank you so ...

Mentioned by BCLocalNews EDITORIAL: All candidates contributed in South Surrey-White Rock byelection Monday evening, South Surrey-White Rock voters chose Liberal Gordie Hogg to represent them in Ottawa for the next two years, to finish the term that was started by former Conservative MP Dianne Watts in 2015. While Hogg's victory did mark a significant ...