Huntingdon (provincial electoral district)

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Huntingdon
Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Stéphane Billette
Liberal
District created 1867
District abolished 1988
District re-created 2001
First contested 1867
Last contested 2012
Demographics
Electors (2012)[1] 41,339
Area (km²)[2] 2,265.9
Census subdivisions Dundee, Elgin, Franklin, Godmanchester, Havelock, Hemmingford (township), Hemmingford (village), Hinchinbrooke, Howick, Huntingdon, Lacolle, Napierville, Ormstown, Saint-Anicet, Sainte-Barbe, Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Saint-Chrysostome, Sainte-Clotilde, Saint-Cyprien-de-Napierville, Saint-Édouard, Saint-Jacques-le-Mineur, Sainte-Martine, Saint-Michel, Saint-Patrice-de-Sherrington, Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix, Saint-Urbain-Premier, Saint-Valentin, Très-Saint-Sacrement; Akwesasne

Huntingdon is a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the cities or municipalities such as Huntingdon, Saint-Anicet, Hemmingford, Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Napierville and Ormstown.

It was originally created for the 1867 election. Its final election was in 1989 and its successor electoral district was Beauharnois-Huntingdon.

It was re-created for the 2003 election from parts of Beauharnois-Huntingdon and Saint-Jean electoral districts.

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, it lost Saint-Rémi to the newly created Sanguinet electoral district.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly[edit]

  1. Julius Scriver, Conservative Party (1867–1869)
  2. William Cantwell, Conservative Party (1869–1871)
  3. Thomas Sanders, Conservative Party (1871–1874)
  4. Alexander Cameron, Conservative Party – Liberal (1874–1892)
  5. George Washington Stephens (Sr.), Liberal (1892–1900)
  6. William H. Walker, Liberal (1900–1913)
  7. Andrew Philps, Liberal (1913–1929)
  8. Martin Fisher, Conservative Party – Union Nationale (1930–1939)
  9. James Walker Ross, Liberal (1939–1941)
  10. Dennis James O'Connor, Liberal (1941–1946)
  11. John Gillies Rennie, Union Nationale (1947–1952)
  12. Henry Alister Darby Somerville, Union Nationale (1952–1966)
  13. Kenneth Fraser, Liberal (1966–1976)
  14. Claude Dubois, Union Nationale – Liberal (1976–1989)
  15. did not exist (1989–2003), see Beauharnois-Huntingdon
  16. André Chenail, Liberal (2003–2007)
  17. Albert De Martin, ADQ (2007–2008)
  18. Stéphane Billette, Liberal (2008–present)

Election results[edit]

Quebec general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Liberal Stéphane Billette 11178 44.01
     Parti québécois Joan Gosselin 6988 27.51
     Action démocratique Albert De Martin 6372 25.09
     Québec solidaire Stephane Thellen 863 3.40
Quebec general election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Action démocratique Albert De Martin 13480 42.90 +25.08
     Liberal André Chenail 9883 31.45 -21.08
     Parti québécois Éric Pigeon 7070 22.50 -5.62
     Québec solidaire Marc Pronovost 693 2.21
     Independent Jean Siouville 295 0.94
Quebec general election, 2003
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Liberal André Chenail 15512 52.53
     Parti québécois François Boileau 8302 28.12
     Action démocratique Michel Lavoie 5261 17.82
     Bloc pot Kenneth Rimmer 452 1.53

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References[edit]

Neighbouring electoral districts[edit]