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New Brunswick electoral district
Gagetown-Petitcodiac (2014-).png
The riding of Gagetown-Petitcodiac in relation to other New Brunswick electoral districts.
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Ross Wetmore
Progressive Conservative
District created 2013
First contested 2014
Population (2011) 15,948
Electors (2013) 11,131
Census divisions Albert, Westmorland, Kings, Queens, Sunbury
Census subdivisions Brunswick, Burton, Cambridge, Cardwell, Cambridge-Narrows, Coverdale, Elgin, Gagetown (parish), Gagetown (village), Hampstead, Havelock, Johnston, Kars, Moncton (parish), Petitcodiac, Salisbury (parish), Springfield, Studholm, Waterborough

Gagetown-Petitcodiac is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada. It will first be contested in the 2014 general election, having been created in the 2013 redistribution of electoral boundaries.

The district runs from boundaries of the town of Oromocto to those of the city of Moncton along New Brunswick Highway 2, and includes only small municipalities and unincorpoated communities. It drew significant population the former districts of Petitcodiac, Grand Lake-Gagetown, Oromocto, Kings East and Hampton-Kings.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
Riding created from Petitcodiac, Grand Lake-Gagetown,
Oromocto, Kings East and Hampton-Kings
58th  2014–Present     Ross Wetmore Progressive Conservative

Election results[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Conservative Ross Wetmore 3,352 44.47
Liberal Barak Stevens 2,499 33.15
New Democratic Anthony Crandall 978 12.97
Green Fred Harrison 709 9.41
Total valid votes 7,538 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 34 0.45
Turnout 7,572 63.74
Eligible voters 11,879
This riding was created from parts of Petitcodiac, Grand Lake-Gagetown, Oromocto, Kings East and Hampton-Kings, all of which elected Progressive Conservatives in the previous election. Ross Wetmore was the incumbent from Grand Lake-Gagetown.
Source: Elections New Brunswick[1]


  1. ^ Elections New Brunswick (6 Oct 2014). "Declared Results, 2014 New Brunswick election". Retrieved 15 Oct 2014. 

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