Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins

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Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins
New Brunswick electoral district
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The riding of Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins in relation to other New Brunswick electoral districts
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
MLA
 
 
 
Bruce Northrup
Prog. Conservative
District created 1973
First contested 1974
Last contested 2014
Demographics
Population (2011) 15,978
Electors (2013) 11,118
Census divisions Kings, Saint John, Albert

Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada. It was created as Kings East in 1973 and was slightly altered in the subsequent redistributions of 1994, 2006 and New Brunswick electoral redistribution, 2013. Its name was changed from Kings East to Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins in the 2013 redistribution, while gaining parts of Hampton-Kings and Saint John-Fundy in the process.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
Kings East
Riding created from Kings
48th  1974 − 1978     George Horton Prog. Conservative
49th  1978 − 1982     Hazen Myers Prog. Conservative
50th  1982 − 1987
51st  1987 − 1991     Pete Dalton Liberal
52nd  1991 − 1995     Hazen Myers Prog. Conservative
53rd  1995 − 1999     LeRoy Armstrong Liberal
54th  1999 − 2003     Douglas Cosman Prog. Conservative
55th  2003 − 2006     LeRoy Armstrong Liberal
56th  2006 − 2010     Bruce Northrup Prog. Conservative
57th  2010 − 2014
Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins
58th  2014 − Present     Bruce Northrup Prog. Conservative

Election results[edit]

Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Bruce Northrup 3,677 49.86 -16.87
Liberal Heike MacGregor 1,710 23.19 +2.05
People's Alliance LeRoy Armstrong 766 10.39
New Democratic William Carter 652 8.84 +1.58
Green Stephanie Coburn 570 7.73 +2.86
Total valid votes 7,375 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 24 0.32
Turnout 7,399 61.55
Eligible voters 12,022
Prog. Conservative notional hold Swing -9.46
People's Alliance candidate LeRoy Armstrong lost 10.74 percentage points from his results in the 2010 election, when he ran as a Liberal.
Source: Elections New Brunswick[1]

Kings East[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Bruce Northrup 4,470 66.74 +9.54
Liberal LeRoy Armstrong 1,415 21.13 -18.18
New Democratic Robert Murray 487 7.27 +3.79
Green Jenna Milligan 326 4.87
Total valid votes 6,698 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 50 0.74
Turnout 6,748 67.37
Eligible voters 10,016
Prog. Conservative hold Swing +13.86
Source: Elections New Brunswick[2]
New Brunswick general election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Bruce Northrup 4,071 57.20 +17.76
Liberal LeRoy Armstrong 2,798 39.31 -6.76
New Democratic Dana Robert Brown 248 3.48 -11.00
Total valid votes 7,117 100.0  
Prog. Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +12.26
[3]
New Brunswick general election, 2003
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal LeRoy Armstrong 3,169 46.07 +12.43
Prog. Conservative Doug Cosman 2,713 39.44 -20.48
New Democratic George Horton 996 14.48 +9.56
Total valid votes 6,878 100.0  
Liberal gain from Prog. Conservative Swing +16.46
New Brunswick general election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Doug Cosman 4,310 59.92 +17.66
Liberal LeRoy Armstrong 2,420 33.64 -9.23
New Democratic Jessica Coleman 354 4.92 +0.39
Confederation of Regions Eldon MacKay 109 1.52 -6.12
Total valid votes 7,193 100.0  
Prog. Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +13.44
New Brunswick general election, 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal LeRoy Armstrong 3,074 42.87 +9.14
Prog. Conservative Hazen Myers 3,030 42.26 +8.20
Confederation of Regions Gordon Willden 548 7.64 -17.25
New Democratic Brian Stone 325 4.53 -2.79
Independent Brian A. Chown 193 2.69
Total valid votes 7,170 100.0  
Liberal gain from Prog. Conservative Swing +0.47
New Brunswick general election, 1991
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Hazen Myers 2,871 34.06 +0.74
Liberal Tim Wilson 2,843 33.73 -23.03
Confederation of Regions Mel Stockford 2,098 24.89
New Democratic Anne-Marie Dupuis 617 7.32 -2.60
Total valid votes 8,429 100.0  
Prog. Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +11.88
New Brunswick general election, 1987
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal P.A. "Pete" Dalton 4,662 56.76 +25.80
Prog. Conservative Hazen Myers 2,737 33.32 -21.24
New Democratic Mark Dibblee Connell 815 9.92 -4.56
Total valid votes 8,214 100.0  
Liberal gain from Prog. Conservative Swing +23.52
New Brunswick general election, 1982
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Hazen Elmer Myers 3,808 54.56 -2.20
Liberal Gordon A. Lewis 2,161 30.96 -6.31
New Democratic Mark Connell 1,011 14.48 +8.51
Total valid votes 6,980 100.0  
Prog. Conservative hold Swing +2.06
New Brunswick general election, 1978
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Prog. Conservative Hazen Myers 3,251 56.76 +5.10
Liberal Gordon A. Lewis 2,135 37.27 -4.65
New Democratic Ernest A. Seedhouse 342 5.97
Total valid votes 5,728 100.0  
Prog. Conservative hold Swing +4.88
New Brunswick general election, 1974
Party Candidate Votes %
Prog. Conservative George Edgar Horton 2,805 51.66
Liberal John Philip Hynes 2,276 41.92
Independent George W. Wallace 349 6.43
Total valid votes 5,430 100.0  
The previous multi-member riding of Kings went totally Progressive Conservative in the last election. George Edgar Horton was one of three incumbents.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elections New Brunswick (6 Oct 2014). "Declared Results, 2014 New Brunswick election". Retrieved 16 Oct 2014. 
  2. ^ "Thirty-seventh General Election - Report of the Chief Electoral Officer" (PDF). Elections New Brunswick. 27 September 2010. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  3. ^ New Brunswick Votes 2006. CBC News. Retrieved May 22, 2009.

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