Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West

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Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West
New Brunswick electoral district
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The riding of Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West (as it exists from 2014) in relation to other New Brunswick electoral districts.
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Rick Doucet
District created 2006
First contested 2006
Last contested 2014
Population (2011) 15,276[1]
Electors (2013) 11,008[1]
Census divisions Charlotte, Saint John

Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada.


It was created as Charlotte-The Isles in 2006 as a result of a merger of the old district of Charlotte with the district of Fundy Isles less Campobello Island which moved from Fundy Isles to the new Charlotte-Campobello district. The largest community within this riding is the town of St. George.

Rick Doucet, is the current member of the Legislative Assembly represented this riding. A Liberal, he was first elected in the 2003 election to represent the former district of Charlotte. He was re-elected to represent this new district in 2006 and joined the cabinet as Minister of Fisheries. Doucet was re-elected in the 2010 election and became a member of the Opposition. Doucet was re-elected for the 4th consecutive time with his victory in the 2014 election.

Under the recommendations of a 2012 Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission, the boundaries of district where adjusted and accepted by the Provincial Government. While the district lost polls from its western boundary, it gained area in the east with the addition of polls in St. John County. The commission did not recommend a name change, but the electoral boundaries commission changed its name from Charlotte-The Isles to Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West.[2]

Currently, Michael O'Neill is the Liberal President of the riding, Andrea Anderson-Mason is the Progressive Conservative President of the riding and Teresa "Terry" James is the riding President for New Brunswick NDP.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
Charlotte-The Isles
Riding created from Charlotte and Fundy Isles
56th  2006–2010     Rick Doucet Liberal
57th  2010–2014
Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West
58th  2014–Present     Rick Doucet Liberal

Election results[edit]

Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Rick Doucet 4,498 62.47 +11.11
Progressive Conservative Jim "Doc" Parrott 1,828 25.39 -11.54
New Democratic Terry James 558 7.75 +2.85
Green Krysta Oland 316 4.39 +1.58
Total valid votes 7,200 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 41 0.57
Turnout 7,241 62.76
Eligible voters 11,538
Liberal notional hold Swing +11.32
Source: Elections New Brunswick[3]

Charlotte-The Isles[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Rick Doucet 3,176 51.36 -4.21
Progressive Conservative Sharon Tucker 2,284 36.93 -3.40
New Democratic Sharon Greenlaw 303 4.90 +0.80
People's Alliance Theresa James 247 3.99
Green Burt Folkins 174 2.81
Total valid votes 6,184 100  
Total rejected ballots 40 0.64
Turnout 6,224 70.81
Eligible voters 8,790
Liberal hold Swing -0.40
Source: Elections New Brunswick[4]
New Brunswick general election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Rick Doucet 3,619 55.57
Progressive Conservative Wayne Sturgeon 2,627 40.33
New Democratic Sharon Greenlaw 267 4.10
Total valid votes 6,513 100.0  
Liberal notional gain Swing  


  1. ^ a b "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-05. Retrieved 2014-03-24. 
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  3. ^ Elections New Brunswick (2014). "Declared Results, 2014 New Brunswick election". Archived from the original on 2014-10-14. Retrieved 18 Oct 2014. 
  4. ^ Elections New Brunswick (2010). "Thirty-seventh General Election - Report of the Chief Electoral Officer" (PDF). Retrieved 2 January 2015. 
  5. ^ New Brunswick Votes 2006. CBC News. Retrieved May 22, 2009.

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