Parti marxiste–léniniste du Québec candidates, 2008 Quebec provincial election

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The Parti marxiste–léniniste du Québec fielded twenty-three candidates in the 2008 provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found on this page.

Candidates[edit]

Chapleau: Pierre Soublière[edit]

Pierre Soublière, a teacher, has been a Marxist-Leninist party candidate in four federal and four provincial elections.[1] He has also contributed articles to the party's paper, TML Daily.[2] He is a member of NOWAR-PAIX; during the 2008 election, he called for an anti-war government and for people from the workplace to be elected to parliament.[3]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1979 federal Hull Marxist-Leninist 106 0.24 7/7 Gaston Isabelle, Liberal
1980 federal Hull Marxist-Leninist 70 0.17 6/6 Gaston Isabelle, Liberal
1981 provincial Hull Marxist-Leninist 35 0.11 7/7 Gilles Rocheleau, Liberal
1989 provincial Hull Marxist-Leninist 72 0.28 6/6 Robert LeSage, Liberal
1997 federal Hull—Aylmer Marxist-Leninist 151 0.32 9/9 Marcel Massé, Liberal
2007 provincial Chapleau Marxist-Leninist 65 0.20 6/6 Benoît Pelletier, Liberal
2008 federal Ottawa Centre Marxist-Leninist 95 0.15 6/6 Paul Dewar, New Democratic Party
2008 provincial Chapleau Marxist-Leninist 51 0.20 7/7 Marc Carrière, Liberal

Châteauguay: Hélène Héroux[edit]

Hélène Héroux has been a Marxist-Leninist candidate in six federal and six provincial elections. In 2006, she identified as a cashier.[4]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1988 federal Laurier—Sainte-Marie N/A (Marxist-Leninist) 130 0.32 7/8 Jean-Claude Malepart, Liberal[5]
1989 provincial Saint-Louis Marxist-Leninist 114 0.51 8/9 Jacques Chagnon, Liberal[6]
1993 federal Rosemont Marxist-Leninist 189 0.40 6/7 Benoît Tremblay, Bloc Québécois[7]
1994 provincial Mercier Marxist-Leninist 102 0.33 9/9 Robert Perreault, Parti Québécois[8]
1997 federal Mercier Marxist-Leninist 297 0.62 5/5 Francine Lalonde, Bloc Québécois[9]
1998 provincial Bourget Marxist-Leninist 89 0.33 6/7 Diane Lemieux, Parti Québécois[10]
2000 federal Anjou—Rivière-des-Prairies Marxist-Leninist 151 0.31 7/7 Yvon Charbonneau, Liberal[11]
2003 provincial Anjou Marxist-Leninist 266 0.81 4/4 Lise Thériault, Liberal[12]
2004 federal Honoré-Mercier Marxist-Leninist 164 0.34 7/7 Pablo Rodríguez, Liberal[13]
2006 federal Honoré-Mercier Marxist-Leninist 183 0.36 6/6 Pablo Rodríguez, Liberal[14]
2007 provincial Anjou Marxist-Leninist 99 0.31 6/6 Lise Thériault, Liberal[15]
2008 provincial Châteauguay Marxist-Leninist 114 0.35 7/7 Pierre Moreau, Liberal[16]

Hull: Gabriel Girard-Bernier[edit]

Gabriel Girard-Bernier is a political activist in the Outaouais region. He was the student association president at Cégep de l'Outaouais and has been active in the Canadia anti-war movement.[17] A 2006 article listed him as a twenty-two-year-old journalism student.[18] He has been a Marxist-Leninist candidate in three federal elections and three provincial elections and has written for TML Daily, the party's paper. In 2008, Girard-Bernier wrote a piece condemning the New Democratic Party's support for "asymmetrical federalism" and supporting Quebec's right to self-determination up to and including the right of succession.[19]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
2003 provincial Chapleau Marxist-Leninist 122 0.41 6/6 Benoît Pelletier, Liberal
2004 federal Gatineau Marxist-Leninist 125 0.27 7/7 Françoise Boivin, Liberal
2006 federal Hull—Aylmer Marxist-Leninist 125 0.23 6/6 Marcel Proulx, Liberal
2007 provincial Hull Marxist-Leninist 67 0.23 6/6 Roch Cholette, Liberal
2008 federal Hull—Aylmer Marxist-Leninist 121 0.23 6/6 Marcel Proulx, Liberal
2008 provincial Hull Marxist-Leninist 97 0.43 6/6 Maryse Gaudreault, Liberal

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce: Linda Sullivan[edit]

Linda Sullivan has run as a Marxist-Leninist candidate in three federal and three provincial elections. She identified as a student in 2006 and as an events coordinator in 2008.[20]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
2003 provincial Acadie Marxist-Leninist 111 0.34 6/7 Yvan Bordeleau, Liberal
2004 federal Outremont Marxist-Leninist 120 0.31 7/7 Jean Lapierre, Liberal
2006 federal Outremont Marxist-Leninist 88 0.22 8/11 Jean Lapierre, Liberal
2007 provincial Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Marxist-Leninist 69 0.30 6/6 Russell Copeman, Liberal
2008 federal Westmount—Ville-Marie Marxist-Leninist 49 0.13 7/9 Marc Garneau, Liberal
2008 provincial Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Marxist-Leninist 124 0.73 5/6 Kathleen Weil, Liberal

References[edit]

  1. ^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: OTTAWA CENTRE (2008/10/14), Parliament of Canada, accessed 2 September 2010.
  2. ^ See for instance Pierre Soublière, "Government Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds," TML Daily, 24 March 2010, accessed 2 September 2010; Pierre Soublière, "Political Unity of Workers and Their Allies on the Basis of Their Demands Will Solve the Problems Facing Society," TML Daily, 16 June 2010, accessed 2 September 2010.
  3. ^ Checking Out the Candidates in Ottawa Centre, The Charlatan, 2–8 October 2010, p. 10.
  4. ^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: HONORÉ-MERCIER (2006/01/23), Parliament of Canada, accessed 22 June 2011.
  5. ^ Report of the Chief Electoral Officer, Thirty-fourth General Election, 1988.
  6. ^ Official Results (Saint-Louis, 1989), Le Directeur général des élections du Québec, accessed 22 June 2011.
  7. ^ Thirty-fifth General Election, 1993: Official Voting Results, Published by the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada.
  8. ^ Official Results (Mercier, 1994), Le Directeur général des élections du Québec, accessed 22 June 2011.
  9. ^ Official Results, Elections Canada (1997 election).
  10. ^ Official Results (Bourget, 1998), Le Directeur général des élections du Québec, accessed 22 June 2011.
  11. ^ Official Results, Elections Canada (2000 election).
  12. ^ Official Results (Anjou, 2003), Le Directeur général des élections du Québec, accessed 22 June 2011.
  13. ^ Official Voting Results, 39th General Election, Elections Canada (2004 election), accessed 22 June 2011.
  14. ^ Official Voting Results, 39th General Election, Elections Canada (2006 election), accessed 22 June 2011.
  15. ^ Official Results (Anjou, 2007), Le Directeur général des élections du Québec, accessed 22 June 2011.
  16. ^ Official Results (Châteauguay, 2008), Le Directeur général des élections du Québec, accessed 22 June 2011.
  17. ^ Gabriel Girard-Bernier, Marxist-Leninist Party, CTV.ca, 3 October 2008, accessed 9 October 2010.
  18. ^ Girard-Bernier, Gabriel, Globe and Mail, 2006, accessed 9 October 2010.
  19. ^ Gabriel Girard-Bernier, "NDP's "Asymmetrical Federalism": Same Nonsense as Harper's "Open Federalism"," TML Daily, 19 September 2008, accessed 9 October 2010.
  20. ^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: OUTREMONT (2006/01/23), Parliament of Canada, accessed 7 April 2011; History of Federal Ridings since 1867: WESTMOUNT--VILLE-MARIE (2008/10/14), Parliament of Canada, accessed 7 April 2011.