Quebec general election, 1994
|Map of Quebec's ridings coloured in to indicate ridings won by each party and their popular vote.|
The Quebec general election of 1994 was held on September 12, 1994, to elect members of the National Assembly of Quebec, Canada. The Parti Québécois, led by Jacques Parizeau, defeated the incumbent Quebec Liberal Party, led by Daniel Johnson, Jr..
Johnson had succeeded Robert Bourassa as Liberal leader and Premier. Both his father, Daniel Sr., and brother, Pierre-Marc, had previously served as premiers of Quebec as leaders of different parties.
This election was very significant for Quebec history, because it set the stage for the 1995 Quebec referendum on independence for Quebec from Canada. In this referendum, the PQ's proposals for sovereignty were very narrowly defeated.
In Saint-Jean there was a tie between incumbent Liberal candidate Michel Charbonneau and PQ candidate Roger Paquin. A new election was held on October 24 and was won by Paquin by a margin of 532 votes.
The overall results were:
|1989||Elected||% Change||#||%||% Change|
|Parti Québécois||Jacques Parizeau||125||29||77||+165.5%||1,751,442||44.75%||+4.59%|
|Liberal||Daniel Johnson, Jr.||125||92||47||-48.9%||1,737,698||44.40%||-5.55%|
|Action démocratique||Mario Dumont||80||*||1||*||252,721||6.46%||*|
|New Democratic||Jean-François Sirois||41||-||-||-||33,269||0.85%||-0.37%|
|Natural Law||Allen Faguy||102||*||-||*||33,206||0.85%||*|
|Republic of Canada||18||-||-||-||2,258||0.06%||+0.01%|
* Party did not nominate candidates in the previous election.
1 Equality Party results are compared to the combined totals of the Equality Party and the Unity Party in the 1989 election.
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- CBC News http://www.cbc.ca/quebecvotes2003/ridings/106_saint_jean.html
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- "Résultats officiels par parti politique pour l'ensemble des circonscriptions". Directeur général des élections du Québec. Retrieved 2012-01-31.