Acadie (electoral district)

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Coordinates: 45°31′N 73°41′W / 45.52°N 73.68°W / 45.52; -73.68

Acadie
Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Christine St-Pierre
Liberal
District created 1972
First contested 1973
Last contested 2014
Demographics
Population (2011) 76,200
Electors (2012)[1] 48,051
Area (km²)[2] 14.9
Pop. density (per km²) 5,114.1
Census divisions Montreal (part)
Census subdivisions Montreal (part)

Acadie is a provincial electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It is located in northern Montreal and consists of parts of the Saint-Laurent and Ahuntsic-Cartierville boroughs.

It was created as L'Acadie for the 1973 election from parts of Ahuntsic and Saint-Laurent electoral districts. It changed to its present name in 1989.

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, its territory was unchanged.

Members of the National Assembly[edit]

  1. François Cloutier, Liberal (1973–1976)
  2. Thérèse Lavoie-Roux, Liberal (1976–1989)
  3. Yvan Bordeleau, Liberal (1989–2007)
  4. Christine St-Pierre, Liberal (2007–present)

Election results[edit]

Quebec general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±pp
Liberal Christine St-Pierre 24,211 70.96 +15.31
Parti Québécois Évelyne Abitbol 3,985 11.68 -5.54
Coalition Avenir Québec Serge Pourreaux 3,050 8.94 -8.52
Québec solidaire Geneviève Dick 2,241 6.57 -1.44
Green Alix Nyaburerwa 405 1.19
Option nationale Julie Boivin 162 0.47 -1.19
Marxist–Leninist Yvon Breton 67 0.20
Total valid votes 34,121 99.08
Total rejected ballots 318 0.92
Turnout 34,459 69.70 +4.94
Electors 49,413
Liberal hold Swing +10.43
Quebec general election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ±pp
Liberal Christine St-Pierre 17,191 55.65 -11.51
Coalition Avenir Québec Abel-Claude Aslanian 5,393 17.46 +13.11*
Parti Québécois Rachid Bandou 5,319 17.22 -3.70
Québec solidaire Marianne Breton Fontaine 2,474 8.01 +3.76
Option nationale Sebastien Croteau 512 1.66
Total valid votes 30,889 98.67
Total rejected ballots 416 1.33
Turnout 31,305 64.76 +17.85
Electors 48,339

* Result compared to Action démocratique

Quebec general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±pp
Liberal Christine St-Pierre 15,145 67.16 +7.07
Parti Québécois Marc-André Nolet 4,718 20.92 +4.29
Action démocratique Ahamed Badawy 982 4.35 -10.12
Québec solidaire André Parizeau 958 4.25 +0.45
Green Nicolas Rémillard-Tessier 747 3.31 -1.71
Total valid votes 22,550 98.67
Total rejected ballots 304 1.33
Turnout 22,854 46.91 -15.12
Electors 48,719
Quebec general election, 2007: Acadie
Party Candidate Votes % ±pp
Liberal Christine St-Pierre 17,962 60.09 -10.30
Parti Québécois Frédéric Lapointe 4,970 16.63 -3.70
Action démocratique Charles Ghorayeb 4,327 14.47 +7.64
Green Nicolas Rémillard-Tessier 1,500 5.02
Québec solidaire André Parizeau 1,135 3.80 +3.31
Total valid votes 29,894 98.93
Total rejected ballots 322 1.07
Turnout 30,216 62.03 -3.63
Electors 48,712
Source: Official Results, Le Directeur général des élections du Québec.
Quebec general election, 2003: Acadie
Party Candidate Votes % ±pp
Liberal Yvan Bordeleau 23,211 70.39 -4.80
Parti Québécois Maria Mourani 6,702 20.33 +1.22
Action démocratique Jean-Pierre Chamoun 2,253 6.83 +2.18
Bloc Pot Jonathan Bérubé 440 1.33
Independent André Parizeau 161 0.49
Marxist–Leninist Linda Sullivan 111 0.34
Equality Marina Paümann 95 0.29
Total valid votes 32,973 99.05
Total rejected ballots 316 0.95
Turnout 33,289 65.66 -12.39
Electors on the lists 50,699

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