Jessica Nadine Littlewood (born 1982/1983) is a Canadian politician who previously was the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta representing the electoral district of Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville. She was first elected as a member of the New Democratic Party in the 2015 general election.
Littlewood in May 2015
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville|
May 5, 2015 – April 16, 2019
|Preceded by||Jacquie Fenske|
|Succeeded by||Jackie Armstrong Homeniuk|
Jessica Nadine Littlewood
|Political party||Alberta New Democratic Party|
|Occupation||Accounting executive assistant|
Prior to being elected, Littlewood worked as an accounting executive assistant at the firm Ernst and Young. She has also worked as an assistant manager Goodwill Industries of Alberta, and as a nursing attendant at Good Samaritan Society.
Within the legislature, Littlewood served as the chair of the Select Special Ethics and Accountability Committee. This special committee was formed to review the Alberta Elections Act, and related legislation, and give a report within a year. She was also the chair of the Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing.
2019 general electionEdit
|2019 Alberta general election: Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville|
|The 2019 general election will be held on April 16.|
|United Conservative||Jackie Armstrong-Homeniuk|
|New Democratic||Jessica Littlewood|
|Alberta Advantage||Ronald Malowany|
|Alberta Party||Marvin Olsen|
|Freedom Conservative||Malcolm Stinson|
|Total valid votes|
|Rejected, spoiled and declined|
2015 general electionEdit
|2015 Alberta general election: Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville|
|New Democratic||Jessica Littlewood||7,910||45.00%||35.83%|
|Progressive Conservative||Jacquie Fenske||5,040||28.67%||-20.61%|
|Alberta Party||Derek Christensen||301||1.71%|
|Total valid votes||17,577|
|New Democratic gain from Progressive Conservative||Swing||28.22%|
- "Mx. Jessica Littlewood (ND)". ELECTED MEMBERS. Legislative Assembly of Alberta. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
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