|Member of the Canadian Parliament|
|Assumed office |
October 21, 2019
|Preceded by||Erin Weir|
|Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly|
for Regina Walsh Acres
November 7, 2011 – September 11, 2019
|Preceded by||Sandra Morin|
|Born||1981 or 1982 (age 37–38)|
Rush Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Political party||Conservative Party of Canada|
Warren Steinley Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 2011 election. He represented the electoral district of Regina Walsh Acres as a member of the Saskatchewan Party caucus. Steinley was elected in the constituency of Regina—Lewvan for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2019 federal election.is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the
2019 federal election
Steinley resigned his seat on September 11, 2019, the same day the Writs of election were issued for the 2019 Canadian federal election. Saskatchewan's Premier Scott Moe subsequently indicated that (pursuant to the Legislative Assembly Act) a by-election would not be held to fill the resulting vacancy in the Legislature. He argued that it was in order to save taxpayers approximately $700,000 in by-election expenses, and due to the proximity to the upcoming 2020 Saskatchewan provincial election.
Steinley received almost 53% of the vote on election day and serves as the MP for Regina—Lewvan. During the election campaign, it was discovered that Steinley had been convicted of drunk driving when he was 19 years old. Because he was pardoned for the offence, the Saskatchewan Party omitted Steinley from a 2016 list of their candidates who had prior drunk driving convictions.
|2019 Canadian federal election|
|New Democratic||Jigar Patel||14,454||28.47||-6.74|
|National Citizens Alliance||Ian Bridges||59||0.11||–|
|Total valid votes/expense limit||51,614||100.0|
|Total rejected ballots||312|
|Conservative gain from New Democratic||Swing||+12.33|
|Source: Elections Canada Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
- " Mr. Warren Steinley - Saskatchewan Party ".
- "Scott Moe says vacated Saskatchewan seats won’t be filled through byelections" Global News, September 12, 2019
- "Conservative candidate Warren Steinley had impaired driving conviction" Regina Leader Post, October 3, 2019
- "List of confirmed candidates". Elections Canada. Retrieved 4 October 2019.
- "Federal election 2019 live results". CBCNews. Retrieved 22 October 2019.