Mégantic (provincial electoral district)

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Mégantic
Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Ghislain Bolduc
Liberal
District created 1867
District abolished 1972
District re-created 2011
First contested 1867
Last contested 2014
Demographics
Population (2011) 49,055
Electors (2014)[1] 38,589
Area (km²)[2] 5,266.8
Pop. density (per km²) 9.3
Census divisions Coaticook (part), Le Granit (part), Le Val-Saint-François (part), Les Appalaches (part)
Census subdivisions Ascot Corner, Audet, Beaulac-Garthby, Bury, Chartierville, Cookshire-Eaton, Disraeli (parish), Disraeli (city), Dudswell, East Angus, Frontenac, Hampden, Lac-Drolet, Lac-Mégantic, Lambton, La Patrie, Lingwick, Marston, Milan, Nantes, Newport, Notre-Dame-des-Bois, Piopolis, Saint-Augustin-de-Woburn, Sainte-Cécile-de-Whitton, Saint-Isidore-de-Clifton, Sainte-Praxède, Saint-Romain, Saint-Sébastien, Scotstown, Stoke, Stornoway, Stratford, Val-Racine, Weedon, Westbury

Mégantic is a provincial electoral district in the Estrie and Chaudière-Appalaches regions of Quebec, Canada.

It was created for the 1867 election (and an electoral district of that name existed earlier in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada and the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada). It was abolished before the 1973 election and its territory was mostly divided between Lotbinière and Frontenac; a small part also went to Arthabaska. Despite the name, none of the territory of Mégantic went into the newly created Mégantic-Compton. However, Mégantic-Compton was abolished before the 2012 election and its successor electoral district was the recreated Mégantic,[3] which contains most of the former area Mégantic-Compton, as well as parts of Johnson, Richmond, and Frontenac as they existed prior to the 2012 election.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly[edit]

Election results[edit]

2012 - present[edit]

Quebec general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Ghislain Bolduc 10,840 40.79 +5.70
Parti Québécois Isabelle Hallé 7,879 29.65 -1.57
Coalition Avenir Québec Pierre-Luc Boulanger 6,078 22.87 -2.75
Québec solidaire Ludovick Nadeau 1,541 5.80 +0.40
Option nationale Évelyne Beaudin 236 0.89 -0.78
Total valid votes 26,574 98.59
Total rejected ballots 381 1.41
Turnout 26,955 69.85 -4.59
Electors on the lists 38,589
Liberal hold Swing +3.64
Quebec general election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Ghislain Bolduc 9,946 35.09 -9.32
Parti Québécois Gloriane Blais 8,847 31.22 -4.35
Coalition Avenir Québec Raymonde Lapointe 7,260 25.62 +9.49
Québec solidaire William Leclerc Bellavance 1,531 5.40 +1.74
Option nationale Jasmin Roy-Rouleau 473 1.67
Independent Jacques Audet 178 0.63
Independent Jean-Luc Perron 106 0.37
Total valid votes 28,341 98.76
Total rejected ballots 355 1.24
Turnout 28,696 74.44  
Electors on the lists 38,548
Liberal hold Swing -2.49

^ Change is from redistributed results. CAQ change is from ADQ.

1867 - 1970[edit]

Quebec general election, 1970
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Ralliement créditiste Bernard Dumont 8,201 28.79
Union Nationale Marc Bergeron 7,700 27.04 -19.34
Liberal Paul-E. Giguère 6,954 24.42 -19.67
Parti Québécois Guy Lebel 5,626 19.75 +10.22*
Total valid votes 28,481 96.02
Total rejected ballots 1,181 3.98
Turnout 29,662 88.09 +4.01
Electors on the lists 33,674

* Result compared to Ralliement national

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Neighbouring electoral districts[edit]