Canadian federal election results in Quebec City

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

Regional profile[edit]

Quebec City, like the rest of the province, used to be solidly Liberal until 1984. In 1984 and 1988, the Progressive Conservatives swept the area, thanks to nationalist support. This nationalist support went to the Bloc Québécois in 1993, and Quebec City became a Bloc stronghold for the next two decades. In the 2000 election, the Liberals were able to gain some ground, winning two seats, but the Bloc regained those seats in the 2004 election before losing all but one in 2006 to the Conservatives. The 2006 and 2008 federal elections witnessed fierce battles between sovereigntist support for the Bloc, and populist/libertarian support for the Conservatives, which intensified greatly in the fallout of the CHOI-FM controversy. In 2011, the unexpected surge of NDP support in Quebec managed to overwhelm the support of all other parties, allowing them to sweep Quebec City.

The Liberals remained on the radar screen in Quebec City, but this support didn't translate into actual seats again until 2015, when they won two seats. The Conservatives won the other three, among the few bright spots in the Tories' defeat that year.

2015 - 42nd General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   NDP   Liberal   BQ   Green Other
Beauport—Limoilou Alupa Clarke
15,461
30.58%
Raymond Côté
12,881
25.48%
Antoine Bujold
12,854
25.42%
Doni Berberi
7,467
14.77%
Dalila Elhak
1,220
2.41%
Francis Bedard
(Libert.)
423
0.84%
Bladimir Laborit
(SD)
124
0.25%
Claude Moreau
(M-L)
128
0.25%
Raymond Côté
Charlesbourg—
Haute-Saint-Charles
Pierre Paul-Hus
24,608
42.24%
Anne-Marie Day
11,690
20.07%
Jean Côté
13,525
23.22%
Marc Antoine Turmel
7,177
12.32%
Nathalie Baudet
1,256
2.16%
Anne-Marie Day
Louis-Hébert Jean-Pierre Asselin
16,789
27.19%
Denis Blanchette
12,850
20.81%
Joël Lightbound
21,516
34.85%
Caroline Pageau
8,900
14.41%
Andrée-Anne Beaudoin-Julien
1,561
2.53%
Stefan Jetchick
(CHP)
128
0.21%
Denis Blanchette
Louis-Saint-Laurent Gérard Deltell
32,637
50.46%
G. Daniel Caron
10,296
15.92%
Youri Rousseau
13,852
21.42%
Ronald Sirard
6,688
10.34%
Michel Savard
1,210
1.87%
Alexandrine Latendresse
Québec Pierre-Thomas Asselin
11,737
21.79%
Annick Papillon
14,566
27.04%
Jean-Yves Duclos
15,566
28.90%
Charles Mordret
10,153
18.85%
Philippe Riboty
1,570
2.91%
Normand Fournier
(M-L)
153
0.28%
Danielle Provost
(SD)
122
0.23%
Annick Papillon

2011 - 41st General Election[edit]

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  BQ   Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green Other
Beauport—Limoilou Michel Létourneau
10,250
19.43%
Sylvie Boucher
13,845
26.24%
Lorraine Chartier
3,162
5.99%
Raymond Côté
24,306
46.07%
Louise Courville
950
1.80%
Anne-Marie Genest (CHP) 124
0.24%
Claude Moreau
(M-L) 122
0.23%
Sylvie Boucher
Charlesbourg—
Haute-Saint-Charles
Félix Grenier
8,732
16.29%
Daniel Petit
16,220
30.26%
Martine Gaudreault
3,505
6.54%
Anne-Marie Day
24,131
45.01%
Simon Verret
832
1.55%
Simon Cormier (CHP)
189
0.35%
Daniel Petit
Louis-Hébert Pascal-Pierre Paillé
14,640
24.21%
Pierre Paul-Hus
13,207
21.84%
Jean Beaupré
8,110
13.41%
Denis Blanchette
23,373
38.65%
Michelle Fontaine
996
1.65%
Marie-Claude Bouffard (CHP)
143
0.24%
Pascal-Pierre Paillé
Louis-Saint-Laurent France Gagné
8,148
14.36%
Josée Verner
21,334
37.59%
Philippe Mérel
3,612
6.36%
Alexandrine Latendresse
22,629
39.87%
Jean Cloutier
857
1.51%
Daniel Arseneault (CHP)
175
0.31%
Josée Verner
Québec Christiane Gagnon
14,684
27.96%
Pierre Morasse
9,330
17.77%
François Payeur
4,735
9.02%
Annick Papillon
22,393
42.64%
Yvan Dutil
1,144
2.18%
Stefan Jetchick (CHP)
228
0.43%
Christiane Gagnon

2008 - 40th General Election[edit]

The Bloc Québécois won one of the four seats lost to the Conservatives in the last election.

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  BQ   Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green Other
Beauport—
Limoilou
Éléonore Mainguy

15,981
32.62%

Sylvie Boucher

17,967
36.68%

Yves Picard

7,066
14.42%

Simon-Pierre Beaudet

5,991
12.23%

Luc Côté

1,364
2.78%

Simon Bedard (IND)

618 1.26%

Sylvie Boucher
Charlesbourg—
Haute-Saint-
Charles
Denis Courteau

14,641
29.25%

Daniel Petit

20,562
41.08%

Denise Legros

7,040
14.06%

Anne-Marie Day

6,570
13.12%

François Bédard

1,246
2.49%

Daniel Petit
Louis-Hébert Pascal-Pierre Paillé

20,889
36.16%

Luc Harvey

16,319
28.25%

Jean Beaupré

13,649
23.62%

Denis Blanchette

5,396
9.34%

Michelle Fontaine

1,405
2.43%

Stefan Jetchick
(CHP) 118 0.20%
Luc Harvey
Louis-Saint-
Laurent
France Gagné

13,330
26.59%

Josée Verner

23,644
47.17%

Hélène Leone

6,662
13.29%

Alexandrine Latendresse

5,232
10.44%

Jean Cloutier

1,260
2.51%

Josée Verner
Québec Christiane Gagnon

21,064
41.61%

Myriam Taschereau

12,936
25.56%

Damien Rousseau

8,845
17.47%

Catheryn Roy-Goyette

6,123
12.10%

Yonnel Bonaventure

1,650
3.26%

Christiane Gagnon

2006 - 39th General Election[edit]

The Bloc Québécois held on to just one of the five seats in this region, losing four to the Conservatives, who had some of their strongest results in Quebec in this region in 2004, mainly from libertarian voters as a result of the CHOI-FM controversy.

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  BQ   Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Beauport—Limoilou Christian Simard

18,589

Yves Picard

4,929

Sylvie Boucher

19,409

Simon-Pierre Beaudet

3,917

Mario Laprise

2,005

Jean Bédard
(M–L)

234

Christian Simard
Charlesbourg—
Haute-Saint-Charles
Richard Marceau

19,034

Valérie Giguère

4,364

Daniel Petit

20,406

Isabelle Martineau

3,084

Les Parsons

1,262

Daniel Pelletier (Ind.)

1,567

Richard Marceau
Louis-Hébert Roger Clavet

20,101

Hélène Scherrer

8,852

Luc Harvey

20,332

Denis Blanchette

5,351

Robert Hudon

2,517

Frédérick Têtu (Ind.)

1,147
Francis Fortin (Ind.) 565
Stefan Jetchick (CHP) 116

Roger Clavet
Louis-Saint-Laurent Bernard Cleary

11,997

Isa Gros-Louis

3,180

Josée Verner

28,606

Robert Donnelly

2,848

Lucien Gravelle

1,468

Christian Légaré (Ind.)

1,498

Bernard Cleary
Québec Christiane Gagnon

20,845

Caroline Drolet

5,743

Frédérik Boisvert

14,943

Michaël Lessard

4,629

Yonnel Bonaventure

2,372

Alexandre Raymond-Labrie (PC)

520
Dan Aubet (Libert.) 325

Christiane Gagnon

2004 - 38th General Election[edit]

  1. Beauport
  2. Charlesbourg
  3. Louis-Hébert
  4. Louis-Saint-Laurent
  5. Québec
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