Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe

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Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe
New Brunswick electoral district
Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe.PNG
Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe in relation to other New Brunswick Provincial electoral districts
Defunct provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
District created 2006
District abolished 2013
First contested 2006
Last contested 2010

Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada.

History[edit]

It was created in 2006 as a result the large population increase in the City of Dieppe. The district was carved largely out of the old riding of Dieppe-Memramcook taking about 1/5 of Dieppe, the village of Memramcook and surrounding areas. The community of Lakeville was also a part of this riding, having come from the neighbouring district of Moncton Crescent.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
Riding created from Dieppe-Memramcook,
Shediac-Cap-Pelé and Moncton Crescent
56th  2006 − 2010     Bernard LeBlanc Liberal
57th  2010 − 2014
Riding dissolved into Memramcook-Tantramar,
Dieppe, Moncton East and Shediac Bay-Dieppe

Election results[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Bernard LeBlanc 3,423 50.82 -5.62
Progressive Conservative Fortunat Duguay 2,171 32.23 -7.11
New Democratic Denis Brun 708 10.51 +6.28
Green Fanny Leblanc 433 6.43
Total valid votes 6,735 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 80 1.17
Turnout 6,815 69.63
Eligible voters 9,787
Liberal hold Swing +0.74
Source: Elections New Brunswick[1]
New Brunswick general election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Bernard LeBlanc 3,845 56.44
Progressive Conservative Fortunat Duguay 2,680 39.34
New Democratic Carl Bainbridge 288 4.23
Total valid votes 6,813 100.0  
Liberal notional gain Swing  
[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thirty-seventh General Election - Report of the Chief Electoral Officer" (PDF). Elections New Brunswick. 27 September 2010. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  2. ^ New Brunswick Votes 2006. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved May 22, 2009.

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