Canadian federal election results in Eastern Quebec

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Canadian federal elections have provided the following results in Eastern Quebec.

Regional Profile[edit]

Until 1984, this region of Quebec was Liberal territory. Social Credit also did well here, winning in Rimouski and in Bellechasse in 1979. Brian Mulroney, a native of this area, was able to sweep this region for the Conservatives in 1984 and 1988, using the strong nationalist sentiment in the area. That nationalist support transferred to the Bloc Québécois, which dominated this region for the better part of two decades; the Liberals only won Montmagny in 1997 and the Bonaventure region in 1993. When the BQ experienced a decline in 2000, the Liberals were able to win in the Gaspé, and took Lévis in a by-election. When the Liberals collapsed in Quebec, the Bloc regained all their lost seats in 2004. One of those seats, however was lost to the Conservatives in 2006, and the Tories got another in a 2009. Hopes of further Bloc gains were dashed in 2011, as they were cut down to only one seat, with the NDP seizing one seat each from the Bloc and the Tories (the latter on a judicial recount).

2015: 42nd general election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   NDP   Liberal   BQ   Green   Rhinoceros Other
Avignon—La Mitis—
Matane—Matapédia
André Savoie
2,228
6.13%
Joël Charest
7,340
20.19%
Rémi Massé
14,378
39.55%
Kédina Fleury-Samson
7,641
21.02%
Sherri Springle
365
1.00%
Éric Normand
175
0.48%
Jean-François Fortin
(SD)

4,229
11.63%
Jean-François Fortin
Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia
Bellechasse—Les Etchemins—Lévis Steven Blaney
31,872
50.92%
Jean-Luc Daigle
8,516
13.60%
Jacques Turgeon
12,961
20.71%
Antoine Dubé
7,217
11.53%
André Bélisle
2,032
3.25%
Steven Blaney
Lévis—Bellechasse
Gaspésie—Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine Jean-Pierre Pigeon
2,398
6.05%
Philip Toone
12,885
32.52%
Diane Lebouthillier
15,345
38.73%
Nicolas Roussy
8,289
20.92%
Jim Morrison
400
1.01%
Max Boudreau
300
0.76%
Philip Toone
Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine
Montmagny—L'Islet—
Kamouraska—
Rivière-du-Loup

(judicial recount)
Bernard Généreux
14,274
28.99%
François Lapointe
11,918
24.20%
Marie-Josée Normand
14,002
28.43%
Louis Gagnon
7,939
16.12%
Chantal Breton
823
1.67%
Bien Gras Gagné
287
0.58%
François Lapointe
Rimouski-Neigette—
Témiscouata—Les Basques
Francis Fortin
3,363
7.48%
Guy Caron
19,374
43.11%
Pierre Cadieux
12,594
28.02%
Johanne Carignan
8,673
19.30%
Louise Boutin
669
1.49%
Sébastien CôRhino Côrriveau
273
0.61%
Guy Caron

2011: 41st general election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  BQ   Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green Other
Gaspésie—
Îles-de-la-Madeleine
Daniel Côté
11,650

31.64%

Régent Bastien
6,292

17.09%

Jules Duguay
5,533

15.03%

Philip Toone
12,427

33.76%

Julien Leblanc
913

2.48%

Raynald Blais
Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—
Matane—Matapédia
Jean-François Fortin
12,633

36.05%

Allen Cormier
5,253

14.99%

Nancy Charest
8,964

25.58%

Joanie Boulet
7,484

21.36%

Louis Drainville
707

2.02%

Vacant
Lévis—Bellechasse Danielle-Maude Gosselin
8,757

14.89%

Steven Blaney
25,850

43.95%

Francis Laforesterie
3,421

5.82%

Nicole Laliberté
19,890

33.81%

Sacha Douge
903

1.54%

Steven Blaney
Montmagny—L'Islet—
Kamouraska—
Rivière-du-Loup
Nathalie Arsenault
9,550

20.09%

Bernard Généreux
17,276

36.34%

Andrew Caddell
2,743

5.77%

François Lapointe
17,285

36.36%

Lynette Tremblay
691

1.45%

Bernard Généreux
Rimouski-Neigette—
Témiscouata—Les Basques
Claude Guimond
13,170

30.83%

Bertin Denis
6,218

14.56%

Pierre Cadieux
4,101

9.60%

Guy Caron
18,360

42.98%

Clément Pelletier
867

2.03%

Claude Guimond

2008: 40th general election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  BQ   Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green Other
Gaspésie—
Îles-de-la-Madeleine
Raynald Blais

15,092
40.93%

Darryl Gray

8,281
22.46%

Denis Gauvreau

9,821
26.63%

Gaston Langlais

2,546
6.90%

Julien Leblanc

1,133
3.07%

  Raynald Blais
Haute-Gaspésie—
La Mitis—
Matane—
Matapédia
Jean-Yves Roy

11,977
37.55%

Jérôme Landry

5,743
18.00%

Nancy Charest

11,368
35.64%

Julie Demers

1,497
4.69%

Louis Drainville

1,139
3.57%

Liliane Potvin (IND)

175 0.55%

Jean-Yves Roy
Lévis—Bellechasse Guy Bergeron

13,747
25.46%

Steven Blaney

24,785
45.90%

Pauline Côté

8,130
15.06%

Gabriel Biron

5,856
10.84%

Lynn Champoux-Williams

1,370
2.54%

Normand Fournier (M-L)

113 0.21%

Steven Blaney
Montmagny—
L'Islet—
Kamouraska—
Rivière-du-Loup
Paul Crête

20,494
46.03%

Denis Laflamme

13,640
30.64%

Jean Bouchard

6,835
15.35%

Gaston Hervieux

2,428
5.45%

Claude Gaumond

978
2.20%

Aubert Cote (CHP)

147 0.33%

Paul Crête
Rimouski-Neigette—
Témiscouata—
Les Basques
Claude Guimond

17,652
47.03%

Gaston Noël

7,216
19.22%

Pierre Béland

7,937
21.15%

Guy Caron

4,085
10.88%

James Morrison

645
1.72%

Louise Thibault (Ind.)

1,966

Louise Thibault

2006: 39th general election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  BQ   Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Gaspésie—
Îles-de-la-Madeleine
Raynald Blais
17,718

42.81%

Mario Levesque
7,977

19.25%

Gaston Langlais
13,347

32.13%

Sylvie Dauphinais
1,225

2.94%

Robert Eichenberger
1,183

2.85%

  Raynald Blais
Haute-Gaspésie—
La Mitis—Matane—
Matapédia
Jean-Yves Roy
15,721

46.07%

Kim Leclerc
4,463

13.08%

Rodrigue Drapeau
10,157

29.76%

Stéphane Ricard
2,098

6.15%

Sarah Desjardins
910

2.67%

Yvan Côté (Ind.)
778

2.28%

Jean-Yves Roy
Lévis—Bellechasse Réal Lapierre
16,223

29.02%

Shirley Baril
4,581

8.19%

Steven Blaney
25,940

46.40%

Éric Boucher
2,590

4.63%

Mathieu Castonguay
2,293

4.10%

Normand Cardin (Ind.)
4,275

7.65%

Réal Lapierre
Montmagny—
L'Islet—
Kamouraska—
Rivière-du-Loup
Paul Crête
24,057

52.38%

Lise Vachon
6,466

14.08%

Daniel Nadeau
11,529

25.10%

Myriam Leblanc
2,107

4.59%

Serge Lemay
1,766

3.84%

  Paul Crête
Rimouski-Neigette—
Témiscouata—
Les Basques
Louise Thibault
19,799
Michel Tremblay
8,254
Roger Picard
9,481
Guy Caron
4,186
Martin Poirier
973
  Louise Thibault

2004: 38th general election[edit]

  1. Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  2. Lévis-Bellechasse
  3. Matapédia-Matane
  4. Rimouski-Témiscouata
  5. Rivière-du-Loup-Montmagny
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