Two Senate Nominee Elections were held in conjunction with two general elections in Alberta under the Senatorial Selection Act. Elections Alberta was responsible for the conduct of the senatorial selections. The Senatorial Selection Act expired on December 31, 2016.
Senate nominee candidates were required to register with Elections Alberta before raising and spending funds for their campaign, and were required to file nomination papers with the Chief Electoral Officer in order to appear on the Senate Nominee Election ballot.
Senate nominee candidates and their supporting political parties were required to file campaign period financial statements to disclose revenue, expenses, assets and liabilities related to the senatorial selection. The campaign period began with the issuance of the Writ of Election and ended two months after Election Day. Political parties that had senatorial selection revenue or expenses exceeding $1,000 were required to file audited financial statements. The statements were due 6 months after Election Day for parties, and 4 months after Election Day for senate nominees.
Political parties that endorsed one or more senate nominees were permitted to continue related financial activities between campaigns and were required to file annual financial statements. The requirement to file ended when the Senatorial Selection Act expired.
Original - Original version of financial statement as submitted, and list of contributor names and amounts for contributions over $250 in aggregate as applicable (Prior to January 1, 2013 the contribution disclosure threshold was over $375)
Original Not Available - Financial statement has not been submitted or may be in the process of being published
Final - Finalized version of financial statement, and list of contributor names and amounts for contributions over $250 in aggregate as applicable, following Elections Alberta's review and any adjustments made (Prior to January 1, 2013 the contribution disclosure threshold was over $375)
Final Not Available - Financial statement is under review