Canadian federal election results in Prince Edward Island

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Canadian federal elections have provided the following results in Prince Edward Island.

Regional Profile[edit]

From 1988 to 2006, Prince Edward Island did not elect a non-Liberal MP. In 2008, the Conservatives finally broke through in the province, as Gail Shea was elected in Egmont. Lawrence MacAulay won by less than 300 votes in both 1997 and 2000, but won with a commanding majority in 2004. In 2011 PEI had an unusual result in which the Conservatives had the most votes province-wide, but won only one out of the four provincial seats. This was due to a comfortable margin of victory in Egmont, and closer losses in the other three ridings.

2015 - 42nd General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   NDP   Liberal   Green   Other
Cardigan Julius Patkai
3,632
16.15%
Billy Cann
2,503
11.13%
Lawrence MacAulay
14,621
65.03%
Teresa Doyle
1,434
6.38%
Christene Squires (CHP)
295
1.31%
Lawrence MacAulay
Charlottetown Ron MacMillan
3,136
14.82%
Joe Byrne
4,897
23.14%
Sean Casey
11,910
56.27%
Becka Viau
1,222
5.77%
Sean Casey
Egmont Gail Shea
6,185
28.95%
Herb Dickieson
4,097
19.18%
Bobby Morrissey
10,521
49.25%
Nils Ling
559
2.62%
Gail Shea
Malpeque Stephen Stewart
3,947
17.56%
Leah-Jane Hayward
2,509
11.17%
Wayne Easter
13,950
62.08%
Lynne Lund
2,066
9.19%
Wayne Easter

2011 - 41st General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Cardigan Michael Currie

8,111
38.38%

Lawrence MacAulay

10,484
49.61%

Lorne Cudmore

2,164
10.24%

Leslie Stewart

373
1.77%

Lawrence MacAulay
Charlottetown Donna Profit

6,040
32.71%

Sean Casey

7,292
39.48%

Joe Byrne

4,632
25.08%

Eliza Knockwood

417
2.26%

Baird Judson (CHP)

87
0.47%

Shawn Murphy
Egmont Gail Shea

10,467
54.65%

Guy Gallant

5,998
31.31%

Jacquie Robichaud

2,369
12.37%

Carl Anthony Arnold

320
1.67%

Gail Shea
Malpeque Tim Ogilvie

7,934
39.10%

Wayne Easter

8,605
42.40%

Rita Jackson

2,970
14.63%

Peter Bevan-Baker

785
3.87%

Wayne Easter

2008 - 40th General Election[edit]

Three Liberal incumbents were re-elected. This was the first victory for the Conservatives in Prince Edward Island since 1984. edit

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Cardigan Sid McMullin

5,663
29.59%

Lawrence MacAulay

10,107
52.80%

Mike Avery

1,557
8.13%

Emma Daughton

713
3.72%

Larry McGuire (Ind.)

1,101 5.75%

Lawrence MacAulay
Charlottetown Tom DeBlois

5,704
32.11%

Shawn Murphy

8,893
50.06%

Brian Pollard

2,187
12.31%

Laura Bisaillon

858
4.83%

Baird Judson (CHP)

124 0.70%

Shawn Murphy
Egmont Gail Shea

8,110
43.93%

Keith Milligan

8,055
43.63%

Orville Lewis

1,670
9.05%

Rebecca Ridlington

626
3.39%

  Joe McGuire
Malpeque Mary Crane

7,388
39.28%

Wayne Easter

8,312
44.19%

J'Nan Brown

1,819
9.67%

Peter Bevan-Baker

1,291
6.86%

  Wayne Easter

2006 - 39th General Election[edit]

All four Liberal incumbents were re-elected. This was the sixth consecutive sweep of Prince Edward Island for the federal Liberals. edit

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Cardigan Lawrence MacAulay

11,542

Don Gillis

6,923

Edith Perry

1,535

Haida Arsenault-Antolick

533 2.6%

  Lawrence MacAulay
Charlottetown Shawn Murphy

9,586

Tom DeBlois

6,524

Brian Pollard

2,126

David Daughton

586 3.07%

Baird Judson (CHP) 97
Andrew J. Chisholm (Mar.) 193
Shawn Murphy
Egmont Joe McGuire

10,288

Edward Guergis

5,991

Regena Kaye Russell

1,847

Ron Matsusaki

1,005 5.19%

Michael Nesbitt (Ind.) 2.19 Joe McGuire
Malpeque Wayne Easter

9,779

George Noble

6,708

George Marshall

1,983

Sharon Labchuk

901 4.65%

  Wayne Easter

2004 - 38th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Cardigan Lawrence MacAulay
11,064
Peter McQuaid
6,889
Dave MacKinnon
2,103
Jeremy Stiles
670
  Lawrence MacAulay
Charlottetown Shawn Murphy
9,175
Darren Peters
5,121
Dody Crane
3,428
Will McFadden
760
Baird Judson (CHP)
105
Shawn Murphy
Egmont Joe McGuire
10,220
Reg Harper
5,363
Regena Kaye Russell
2,133
Irené Novaczek
717
  Joe McGuire
Malpeque Wayne Easter
9,782
Mary Crane
6,126
Ken Bingham
1,902
Sharon Labchuk
1,037
  Wayne Easter
Key map
  1. Cardigan
  2. Charlottetown
  3. Egmont
  4. Malpeque
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2000 - 37th General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Canadian Alliance   NDP   PC   Other
Cardigan Lawrence MacAulay
8,545
Darrell Hickox
500
Deborah Kelly Hawkes
465
Kevin MacAdam
8,269
  Lawrence MacAulay
Egmont Joe McGuire
9,227
Jeff Sullivan
952
Nancy Wallace
1,139
John Griffin
7,116
  Joe McGuire
Hillsborough Shawn Murphy
8,277
Gerry Stewart
1,005
Dody Crane
4,328
Darren Peters
6,039
Peter Cameron (NLP)
92
Baird Judson (Ind.)
58
George Proud
Malpeque Wayne Easter
8,972
Chris Wall
1,262
Ken Bingham
782
Jim Gorman
7,186
Jeremy Stiles (Green)
250
Wayne Easter