Jason Luan

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Jason Luan
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Calgary-Foothills
Assumed office
April 16, 2019
Preceded byPrasad Panda
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Calgary-Hawkwood
In office
April 23, 2012 – May 5, 2015
Preceded byRiding Established
Succeeded byMichael Connolly
Personal details
Born (1963-04-23) April 23, 1963 (age 59)
China
Political partyUnited Conservative Party
Residence(s)Calgary, Alberta
Alma materUniversity of Calgary
Websitehttps://www.jasonluan.ca

Jason Luan ECA MLA (born April 23, 1963)[1] is a Canadian politician who was elected in the 2019 Alberta general election to represent the electoral district of Calgary-Foothills in the 30th Alberta Legislature.[2] He was previously elected in the 2012 Alberta general election to represent the electoral district of Calgary-Hawkwood in the 28th Alberta Legislature.[3] Luan served was an associate minister for mental health and then became the minister for community and social services on July 8, 2021 in the cabinet of Jason Kenney.[4] Under the premiership of Danielle Smith he became the minister of culture on October 24, 2022.[5]

Electoral history[edit]

2012 Alberta general election: Calgary-Hawkwood
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Conservative Jason Luan 9,097 47.10%
Wildrose David Yager 7,030 36.40%
Liberal Maria Davis 1,632 8.45%
New Democratic Collin Anderson 911 4.72%
Alberta Party Kevin Woron 242 1.25%
Evergreen Janet Keeping 199 1.03%
Social Credit Len Skowronski 103 0.53%
Independent Ed Torrance 99 0.51%
Total 19,313
Rejected, spoiled and declined 138
Eligible electors / turnout 33,663 57.78%
Progressive Conservative pickup new district.
Source(s)
Source: "15 - Calgary-Hawkwood Official Results 2012 Alberta general election". officialresults.elections.ab.ca. Elections Alberta. Retrieved May 21, 2020.
2015 Alberta general election: Calgary-Hawkwood
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
New Democratic Michael Connolly 7,443 36.35% 31.63%
Progressive Conservative Jason Luan 6,378 31.15% -15.95%
Wildrose Jae Shim 4,448 21.72% -14.68%
Alberta Party Beth Barberree 925 4.52% 3.26%
Liberal Harbaksh Singh Sekhon 736 3.59% -4.86%
Green Polly Knowlton Cockett 455 2.22% 1.19%
Social Credit Len Skowronski 90 0.44% -0.09%
Total 20,475
Rejected, spoiled and declined 68
Eligible electors / turnout 33,523 61.28% 3.50%
New Democratic gain from Progressive Conservative Swing -2.75%
Source(s)
Source: "15 - Calgary-Hawkwood Official Results 2015 Alberta general election". officialresults.elections.ab.ca. Elections Alberta. Retrieved May 21, 2020.
2019 Alberta general election: Calgary-Foothills
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
United Conservative Jason Luan 12,277 56.99% -2.93% $92,648
New Democratic Sameena Arif 6,985 32.42% 6.72% $15,707
Alberta Party Jennifer Wyness 1,680 7.80% 2.97% $6,082
Liberal Andrea Joyce 379 1.76% -4.46% $500
Freedom Conservative Kari Pomerleau 142 0.66% $1,802
Alberta Independence Kyle Miller 80 0.37% $514
Total 21,543
Rejected, spoiled and declined 125 46 8
Eligible electors / turnout 32,774 66.14%
United Conservative hold Swing
Source(s)
Source: Elections Alberta[6][7][8]
Note: Expenses is the sum of "Election Expenses", "Other Expenses" and "Transfers Issued". The Elections Act limits "Election Expenses" to $50,000.
Alberta provincial government of Jason Kenney
Cabinet post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
Position Established Associate Minister of Mental Health & Addictions
April 30, 2019–
Incumbent

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://calgaryherald.com/business/Jason+Luan+social+policy+credibility+helps+beat+odds+Calgary+Hawkwood/6514430/story.html[dead link]
  2. ^ "Roundup of Calgary election results".
  3. ^ Alberta Election 2012: Riding-by-riding results Archived 2012-05-30 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Jason Luan". United Conservative Caucus. 2019-10-02. Retrieved 2022-10-25.
  5. ^ Alberta, Government of. "Premier announces new cabinet". www.alberta.ca. Retrieved 2022-10-25.
  6. ^ "12 - Calgary-Foothills, 2019 Alberta general election". officialresults.elections.ab.ca. Elections Alberta. Retrieved May 21, 2020.
  7. ^ Alberta. Chief Electoral Officer (2019). 2019 General Election. A Report of the Chief Electoral Officer. Volume II (PDF) (Report). Vol. 2. Edmonton, Alta.: Elections Alberta. pp. 47–50. ISBN 978-1-988620-12-1. Retrieved April 7, 2021.
  8. ^ Alberta. Chief Electoral Officer (2019). 2019 General Election. A Report of the Chief Electoral Officer. Volume III Election Finances (PDF) (Report). Vol. 3. Edmonton, Alta.: Elections Alberta. pp. 68–82. ISBN 978-1-988620-13-8. Archived (PDF) from the original on July 15, 2021. Retrieved April 7, 2021.