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Draft Beer Party

The Draft Beer Party was a political party in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It ran one candidate only in the 1979 provincial election for the office of Member of the Legislative Assembly, when Carl Borden Campbell was defeated in the riding of 5th Queens, which represented the western half of Charlottetown. Campbell received a total of 200 votes, losing to Progressive Conservative candidate James Matthew Lee, the future leader of that party and Premier of Prince Edward Island, who received 4,968 votes.

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