Canadian federal election results in New Brunswick

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Canadian federal elections have provided the following results in New Brunswick.

Regional Profile[edit]

New Brunswick results in federal elections are divided among geographical and linguistic lines: The Liberals fare better in the predominantly francophone eastern and northern sections of the province, while the anglophone south and west has historically tended to favour the Conservatives. In 1993, Saint John was one of only two ridings in the country to go Progressive Conservative, electing Elsie Wayne. The NDP holds one seat in northeastern New Brunswick. In 2011, the Liberals lost 2 to the Conservatives. The final result is Conservatives: 8, NDP: 1, Liberals: 1

2011 - 41st General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Acadie—Bathurst Louis Robichaud

7,455
16.22%

Jean Marie Gionet

6,491
14.12%

Yvon Godin

32,017
69.66%

Yvon Godin
Beauséjour Evelyne Chapman

14,814
33.27%

Dominic LeBlanc

17,399
39.08%

Susan Levi-Peters

10,397
23.35%

Nathalie Arsenault

1,913
4.30%

Dominic LeBlanc
Fredericton Keith Ashfield

21,457
48.43%

Randy McKeen

10,292
23.23%

Jesse Travis

10,522
23.75%

Louise Anna-Marie Comeau

1,772
4.00%

Adam Scott Ness (Ind.)

266
0.60%

Keith Ashfield
Fundy Royal Rob Moore

21,302
58.15%

Linda Wilhelm

3,683
10.05%

Darryl Pitre

9,880
26.97%

Stephanie Coburn

1,767
4.82%

Rob Moore
Madawaska—Restigouche Bernard Valcourt

14,224
40.70%

Jean-Claude D'Amours

12,309
35.22%

Widler Jules

6,512
18.63%

Lynn Morrison

609
1.74%

Louis Bérubé (Ind.)

1,293
3.70%

Jean-Claude D'Amours
Miramichi Tilly O'Neill-Gordon

16,113
52.37%

Keith Vickers

6,804
22.11%

Patrick Colford

7,097
23.07%

Ronald Mazerolle

753
2.45%

Tilly O'Neill-Gordon
Moncton—Riverview—
Dieppe
Robert Goguen

17,408
37.28%

Brian Murphy

15,244
32.65%

Shawna Gagné

14,053
30.10%

Steven Steeves

2,016
4.32%

Brian Murphy
New Brunswick Southwest John Williamson

17,971
56.52%

Kelly Wilson

4,319
13.58%

Andrew Graham

7,413
23.31%

Janice Harvey

1,645
5.17%

Jason Farris (CHP)

450
1.42%

Greg Thompson
Saint John Rodney Weston

18,457
49.81%

Stephen Chase

5,964
16.10%

Rob Moir

11,322
30.56%

Sharon Murphy-Flatt

1,017
2.74%

Arthur Jr. Watson (Ind.)

294
0.79%

Rodney Weston
Tobique—Mactaquac Mike Allen

21,118
62.62%

Chuck Chiasson

5,375
15.94%

Pierre Cyr

6,403
18.99%

Rish McGlynn

827
2.45%

Mike Allen

2008 - 40th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Acadie—Bathurst Jean-Guy Dubé

8,336

Odette Robichaud

9,850

Yvon Godin

25,740

Michelle Aubin

904

  Yvon Godin
Beauséjour Omer Léger

12,512

Dominic LeBlanc

19,972

Chris Durrant

7,219

Mike Milligan

3,187

  Dominic LeBlanc
Fredericton Keith Ashfield

17,968

David Innes

13,316

Jesse Travis

6,440

Mary Lou Babineau

4,273

Ben Kelly (CAP)

168

Andy Scott
Fundy Royal Rob Moore

17,220

Mark Wright

5,776

Rob Moir

7,913

Erik Millett

2,443

  Rob Moore
Madawaska—Restigouche Jean-Pierre Ouellet

11,504

Jean-Claude D'Amours

16,263

Thérèse Tremblay-Philippe

5,338

André Arpin

1,367

  Jean-Claude D'Amours
Miramichi Tilly O'Neill-Gordon

12,055

Charles Hubbard

10,606

Donald Doucet

4,928

Todd Smith

1,107

  Charles Hubbard
Moncton—
Riverview—
Dieppe
Daniel Allain

16,260

Brian Murphy

17,492

Carl Bainbridge

7,589

Alison Ménard

4,037

  Brian Murphy
New Brunswick Southwest Greg Thompson

17,476

Nancy MacIntosh

5,863

Andrew Graham

4,959

Robert Boucher

1,667

  Greg Thompson
Saint John Rodney Weston

13,781

Paul Zed

13,286

Tony Mowery

5,569

Michael Richardson

1,888

Michael Moffatt (Mar.)

330

Paul Zed
Tobique—Mactaquac Mike Allen

18,020

Sally McGrath

6,773

Alice Finnamore

4,830

Mark Glass

1,810

  Mike Allen

2006 - 39th General Election[edit]

Conservative Mike Allen defeated incumbent MP Andy Savoy in Tobique—Mactaquac. In the open seat of Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe, formerly held by Claudette Bradshaw, Brian Murphy kept the seat for the Liberals. There was no change elsewhere. edit

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Acadie—Bathurst Marcelle Mersereau

15,504

Serge Savoie

8,513

Yvon Godin

25,195

Philippe Rousselle

701 1.4%

Eric Landry (Ind.)362
Ulric DeGrâce (Ind.)219
Yvon Godin
Beauséjour Dominic LeBlanc

22,012

Omer Léger

14,919

Neil Gardner

7,717

Anna Girouard

1,290 2.8%

Frank Comeau (Ind.)

357

Dominic LeBlanc
Fredericton Andy Scott

19,649

Patrick Lynch

16,292

John Carty

9,988

Philip Duchastel

884 1.9%

David Raymond Amos (Ind.)

198

Andy Scott
Fundy Royal Eldon Hunter

9,979

Rob Moore

17,630

Rob Moir

7,696

Patty Donovan

1,189 3.3%

  Rob Moore
Madawaska—Restigouche Jean-Claude D'Amours

13,734

Jean-Pierre Ouellet

12,849

Rodolphe Martin

8,322

Irka Laplante

1,220 3.3%

  Jean-Claude D'Amours
Miramichi Charles Hubbard

13,960

Michael Morrison

11,250

Jeannette Manuel-Allain

5,587

John Bethel

587 1.8%

Danny Gay (Ind.)

1,640

Charles Hubbard
Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe Brian Murphy

22,918

Charles Doucet

14,464

David Hackett

9,095

Camille Labchuk

1,409 2.9%

Ron Pomerleau (CAP)

150

Claudette Bradshaw
New Brunswick Southwest Stan Smith

8,877

Greg Thompson

18,155

Andrew Graham

5,178

Erik Millett

922 2.8%

  Greg Thompson
Saint John Paul Zed

17,202

John Wallace

15,753

Terry Albright

6,267

Vern Garnett

858 2.1%

  Paul Zed
Tobique—Mactaquac Andy Savoy

15,558

Mike Allen

15,894

Alice Finnamore

4,172

Robert Berube

679 1.8%

  Andy Savoy

2004 - 38th General Election[edit]

The Liberals held three seats in the Anglophone south (Fredericton, Fundy and Tobique-Mactaquac), believed to be most vulnerable to the Conservatives. Despite heavy targeting, the Conservatives only managed to reclaim Fundy from John Herron (who defected from the old PC party in 2003). They lost the adjacent seat of Saint John, vacated by the retiring Elsie Wayne, making for a net Liberal gain. edit

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Acadie—Bathurst Serge Rouselle
14,452
Joel Bernard
4,841
Yvon Godin
23,857
Mario Lanteigne
1,085
  Yvon Godin
Beauséjour Dominic LeBlanc
21,934
Angela Vautour
11,604
Omer Bourque
6,056
Anna Girouard
1,574
  Dominic LeBlanc
Fredericton Andy Scott
19,819
Kent Fox
14,193
John Carty
7,360
Daron Letts
997
  Andy Scott
Fundy John Herron
11,635
Rob Moore
14,997
Pat Hanratty
5,417
Karin Bach
1,051
David Amos (Ind.)
358
John Herron [1]
Madawaska—Restigouche Jean-Claude D'Amours
14,144
Benoit Violette
7,605
Rodolphe Martin
8,737
Jovette Cyr
1,185
  Jeannot Castonguay
Miramichi Charles Hubbard
15,647
Michael Morrison
9,448
Hilaire Rousselle
5,980
Gary Sanipass
1,468
  Charles Hubbard
Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe Claudette Bradshaw
25,266
Jean LeBlanc
10,003
Hélène Lapointe
5,344
Judith Hamel
1,998
  Claudette Bradshaw
St. Croix—Belleisle James Dunlap
9,702
Greg Thompson
16,339
Patrick Webber
3,600
Erik Millett
960
David Szemerda (CAP)
194
Greg Thompson
Saint John Paul Zed
15,725
Bob McVicar
12,212
Terry Albright
6,926
Jonathan Cormier
807
Tom Oland (Ind.)
290
Jim Wood (Mar.)
369
Elsie Wayne
Tobique—Mactaquac Andy Savoy
16,787
Mike Allen
13,779
Jason Mapplebeck
2,957
Scott Jones
1,282
  Andy Savoy
  1. ^ Herron was former PC, sat until dissolution as an independent, then ran as a Liberal
Key map
  1. Acadie-Bathurst
  2. Beauséjour
  3. Fredericton
  4. Fundy
  5. Madawaska-Restigouche
  6. Miramichi
  7. Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe
  8. St. Croix-Belleisle
  9. Saint John
  10. Tobique-Mactaquac
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2000 - 37th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Canadian Alliance   NDP   PC   Other
Acadie—Bathurst Bernard Theriault
20,362
Jean Gauvin
2,314
Yvon Godin
23,568
Alcide Leger
4,321
  Yvon Godin
Beausejour—Petitcodiac Dominic LeBlanc
21,465
Tom Taylor
6,256
Inka Milewski
3,217
Angela Vautour
18,716
  Angela Vautour [2]
Fredericton Andy Scott
14,175
Allan Neill
8,814
Michael Dunn
2,584
Raj Venugopal
10,919
William Parker (NL)
233
Andy Scott
Fundy—Royal John King
11,422
Rob Moore
8,392
John Calder
2,628
John Herron
15,279
  John Herron
Madawaska—Restigouche Jeannot Castonguay
19,913
Scott Chedore
1,958
Albert Claude
1,811
Jean Dube
14,417
  Jean Dube
Miramichi Charles Hubbard
17,047
Ken Clark
5,298
Allan Goodfellow
2,453
David Kelly
8,341
  Charles Hubbard
Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe Claudette Bradshaw
26,545
Kathryn Barnes
8,130
Helene Lapointe
3,139
Serge Landry
7,182
Laurent Maltais (NL)
297
Claudette Bradshaw
New Brunswick Southwest Winston Gamblin
8,442
John Erbs
6,562
Habib Kilisli
1,173
Greg Thompson
14,489
  Greg Thompson
Saint John Paul Zed
9,535
Peter Touchbourne
2,980
Rod Hill
2,989
Elsie Wayne
16,751
Jim Wood (Mar.)
461
Vern Garnett (Green)
131
Miville Couture (NL)
52
Elsie Wayne
Tobique—Mactaquac Andy Savoy
10,900
Adam Richardson
9,570
Carolyn Van Dine
1,216
Gilles Bernier
10,750
  Gilles Bernier
  1. ^ Vautour defected from the NDP in 1999.