|MLA for Belfast-Murray River|
|Preceded by||Pat Binns|
Montague, Prince Edward Island
|Residence||Belfast, Prince Edward Island|
Charlie McGeoghegan (born 1974) is a Canadian politician.
He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island in a by-election on October 15, 2007, following the resignation of Pat Binns. He represents the electoral district of Belfast-Murray River and is a member of the Liberal Party.
McGeoghegan was also the party's candidate in the general election on May 28, 2007.
After completing high school, he attended the Canadian Coast Guard College in Point Edward, Nova Scotia. Prior to entering elected politics, McGeoghegan was a fisherman and a competitive arm wrestler. McGeoghegan was the winner in the 198-pound division of the 2003 World Arm Wrestling Championship held in Ottawa.
|Belfast-Murray RiverPrince Edward Island provincial by-election, 15 October 2007:|
|Progressive Conservative||Darlene Compton||828||36.15||–19.01|
|New Democratic||Jane McNeil||10||0.44||—|
|Source: Elections PEI|
|Prince Edward Island general election, 2007|
|Progressive Conservative Party||Pat Binns||1,527||55.15|
|Liberal Party||Charlie McGeoghegan||1,130||40.81|
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