Here are the Surrey candidates running in the 2021 federal election



Here is a list of confirmed candidates running in the six constituencies of Surrey in the federal election on September 20, 2021.

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Voters in Surrey will go to the polls for the second time during the COVID-19 pandemic, after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called an early election for September 20, 2021.

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Last October, residents voted by mail or in person (masked and with sanitized hands, of course) in a provincial election convincingly won by the BC NDP. This time they will vote to have people represent them in Ottawa.

The deadline for nominations is August 30, but Canada’s four major parties have already declared candidates in most ridings.

The city of Surrey has five federal ridings, three of which were won by the Liberals in the 2019 election and the other two won by the Conservatives.

Here are the confirmed candidates to run in Surrey. The list will be updated if other candidates come forward.

Click here for a complete list of declared candidates running in BC ridings.

Cloverdale – Langley City

In 2019, conservative Tamara Jansen won a narrow victory (20,936 votes to 19,542) over liberal candidate John Aldag,

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  • Curators: Tamara Jansen
  • Liberal: John Aldag
  • NDP: Rajesh Jayaprakash
  • PPC: Ian Kennedy

Fleetwood – Port Kells

Liberal Ken Hardie scored a second term by winning this riding in 2019 with over 37% of the vote.

  • Curators: Dave Hayer
  • Green: Perry DeNure
  • Liberal: Ken Hardie
  • NDP: Rajpreet Toor
  • PPC: Amrit Birring

South Surrey – White Rock

In 2019, Conservative Kerry-Lynne Findlay left outgoing Liberal MP Gordie Hogg (24,310 vs. 21,692) to secure a seat in the House of Commons.

  • Curators: Kerry-Lynne Findlay
  • Liberal: Gordie Hogg
  • NDP: June Liu
  • PPC: Gary Jensen

Surrey Center

In 2019, incumbent Liberal MP Randeep Singh Sarai claimed his second straight victory in the Surrey Center garnering 37% of the vote.

  • Curators: Tina Bains
  • Green: Félix Kongyuy
  • Liberal: Randeep Sarai
  • NDP: Sonia Andhi
  • PPC: Joe Kennedy

Surrey – Newton

In 2019, outgoing Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal won a second term as MP for Surrey-Newton garnering 45% of the vote.

  • Curators: Syed Mohsin
  • Liberal: Sukh Dhaliwal
  • NDP: Avneet Johal
  • PPC: Jennifer Singh


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