|Alberta electoral district|
|Provincial electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of Alberta|
|Pop. density (per km²)||630|
Edmonton-South (previously styled Edmonton South) is a provincial electoral district in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The first iteration was used for the 1913 and 1917 provincial elections. The district was re-created again for the 30th Alberta general election.
The re-created Edmonton-South has the Whitemud Creek and Rabbit Hill Road as its western boundary, the Henday as its northern boundary (except the area between Rabbit Hill Road and the Whitemud Creek south of 23rd Ave NW), 91st St SW and 88 St SW as its eastern boundary, and extends South to Highway 19 on the west side of the QEII according to the City of Edmonton's plan to annex a portion of Leduc County.
|Members of the Legislative Assembly for|
|See Strathcona 1905-1913|
|See Edmonton 1921-1955|
|See Edmonton-South West 2012-2019|
|30th||2019-2021||Thomas Dang||New Democrat|
The incumbent in 1913 was Alexander Rutherford, who had resigned as Premier of Alberta in 1910 but remained a Liberal MLA. He ran for re-election as a private member in the renamed Edmonton South, but was defeated by Conservative Herbert Crawford, a Whyte Avenue merchant. A similar surprise occurred in southside Edmonton in 1989, when sitting premier Don Getty (MLA for Edmonton-Whitemud) was unseated by a Liberal challenger.
Crawford was re-elected in 1917, and served a second term as an opposition MLA. Edmonton South merged with Edmonton West and Edmonton East to form the multi-member Edmonton constituency in 1921, where Crawford was not re-elected, placing ninth.
In 2017, the Electoral Boundaries Commission decided to re-use the name Edmonton-South for a new district, carving it mostly from Edmonton-South West and smaller parts of Edmonton-Whitemud, Edmonton-Ellerslie and Leduc-Beaumont.
|1913 Alberta general election|
|Total valid votes||2,798|
|Conservative notional gain||Swing||+40.35%|
|1917 Alberta general election|
|Total valid votes||4,939|
|Registered voters / Turnout||6,923||71.34%|
|Redistributed results, 2015 Alberta general election|
|2019 Alberta general election|
|New Democratic||Thomas Dang||10,673||46.6%||-7.31%|
|United Conservative||Olatunde Obasan||9,881||43.2%||+4.2%|
|Alberta Party||Pramod Kumar||2,156||9.4%||+6.8%|
|Total valid votes||22,890|
|Rejected, spoiled, and declined||146||51||11|
|New Democratic hold||Swing||%|
|Source: Elections Alberta|