Jacques-Cartier

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Jacques-Cartier
Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Geoffrey Kelley
Liberal
District created 1867
First contested 1867
Last contested 2014
Demographics
Population (2006) 59,416
Electors (2014)[1] 43,861
Area (km²)[2] 96.7
Pop. density (per km²) 614.4
Census divisions Montreal
Census subdivisions Baie-D'Urfé, Beaconsfield, Pointe-Claire, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville

Jacques-Cartier is an electoral district in the West Island of Montreal, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It is the only provincial electoral district in Quebec with an Anglophone majority.

Named after Jacques Cartier, the district existed in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada), and its present incarnation dates from the 1867 election.

In 2011 district boundaries were redrawn so that part of Kirkland was transferred to Nelligan, in exchange for Senneville.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly[edit]

Legislature Years Member Party
1st  1867–1871     Narcisse Lecavalier Conservative
2nd  1871–1875
3rd  1875–1878
4th  1878–1881
5th  1881–1882
 1882–1884 Joseph-Alfred Mousseau
 1884–1886     Arthur Boyer Liberal
6th  1886–1890
7th  1890–1892
8th  1892–1897     Joseph-Adélard Descarries Conservative
9th  1897–1900     Joseph-Adolphe Chauret Liberal
10th  1900–1904
11th  1904–1908
12th  1908–1912     Philémon Cousineau Conservative
13th  1912–1916
14th  1916–1919     Joseph-Séraphin-Aimé Ashby Liberal
15th  1919–1923
16th  1923–1925     Ésioff-Léon Patenaude Conservative
 1925–1927     Victor Marchand Liberal
17th  1927–1931
18th  1931–1932
 1933–1935 Joseph-Théodule Rhéaume
19th  1935–1936     Frederick Arthur Monk Action libérale nationale
20th  1936–1939     Anatole Carignan Union Nationale
21st  1939–1944     Charles-Aimé Kirkland Liberal
22nd  1944–1948
23rd  1948–1952
24th  1952–1956
25th  1956–1960
26th  1960–1961
 1961–1962 Marie-Claire Kirkland
27th  1962–1966
28th  1966–1970 Noël Saint-Germain
29th  1970–1973
30th  1973–1976
31st  1976–1981
32nd  1981–1985 Joan Dougherty
33rd  1985–1989
34th  1989–1994     Neil Cameron Equality
35th  1994–1998     Geoffrey Kelley Liberal
36th  1998–2003
37th  2003–2007
38th  2007–2008
39th  2008–2012
40th  2012–2014
41st  2014–Present

Electoral results[edit]

Quebec general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 30,823 85.42 +12.31
Coalition Avenir Québec Denis Deguire 2,128 5.90 -9.02
Parti Québécois Laurence Desroches 1,079 2.99 -0.68
Green James Maynard 966 2.68 -1.86
Québec solidaire Jean-François Belley 855 2.37 -0.19
Conservative Louis-Charles Fortier 232 0.64
Total valid votes 36,083 99.63
Total rejected ballots 133 0.37
Turnout 36,216 81% +4.11
Electors on the lists 44,612
Quebec general election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 24,525 73.11 -7.74
Coalition Avenir Québec Paola L. Hawa 5,006 14.92 +11.09*
Green Alex Tyrrell 1,522 4.54 -2.97
Parti Québécois Olivier Gendreau 1,232 3.67 -2.35
Québec solidaire François-Xavier Charlebois 859 2.56 +1.12
Independent Francis Juneau 189 0.56
Option nationale Raphaël Hébert 128 0.38
Quebec Citizens' Union Ágnes Mina Barti 86 0.26
Total valid votes 33,547 99.47
Total rejected ballots 178 0.53
Turnout 33,725 76.89 +24.12
Electors on the lists 43,861

* Result compared to Action démocratique

Quebec general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 20,433 80.85 +10.61
Green Ryan Young 1,897 7.51 -3.57
Parti Québécois Olivier Gendreau 1,522 6.02 +1.80
Action démocratique Marie-Hélène Trudel 969 3.83 -8.58
Québec solidaire Marianne Breton-Fontaine 364 1.44 -0.09
Marxist–Leninist Marsha Fine 87 0.34
Total valid votes 25,272 99.32
Total rejected ballots 174 0.68
Turnout 25,446 52.77 -14.58
Electors on the lists 48,221
Quebec general election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 22,481 70.24 -16.55
Action démocratique Walter Rulli 3,973 12.41 +8.79
Green Ryan Young 3,545 11.08 +8.98
Parti Québécois Sophia Caporicci 1,352 4.22 -1.25
Québec solidaire Jill Hanley 491 1.53
Independent Andy Srougi 166 0.52
Total valid votes 32,008 99.48
Total rejected ballots 166 0.52
Turnout 32,174 67.35 -2.89
Electors on the lists 47,774
Quebec general election, 2003
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 30,035 86.79 +3.12
Parti Québécois Guy Amyot 1,894 5.47 -2.95
Action démocratique Jeffrey Penney 1,253 3.62 +0.08
Green Ryan Young 727 2.10
Equality Keith Henderson 650 1.88 -1.94
     No designation Daniel Cormier-Roach 49 0.14
Quebec general election, 1998
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 32,924 83.67 +0.02
Parti Québécois Guy Amyot 3,315 8.42 -0.35
Equality William F. Shaw 1,502 3.82 -2.33
Action démocratique Alexandre Barnes 1,392 3.54
  Socialist Democracy Eugène Busque 217 0.55
1995 Quebec referendum
Side Votes %
Non 40,689 91.02
Oui 4,016 8.98
Quebec general election, 1994
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 32,839 83.65 +42.13
Parti Québécois Maurice Crépeau 3,441 8.77 -0.22
Equality Neil Cameron 2,415 6.15 -37.75
  Natural Law Maurice Bergeron 206 0.52
     CANADA! Gilles Florent Pepin 186 0.47
     Economic Karl Berryman 94 0.24
Communist Jacques Hardy 76 0.19
1992 Charlottetown Accord referendum
Side Votes %
Oui 33,272 83.47
Non 6,588 16.53
Quebec general election, 1989
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Equality Neil Cameron 14,821 43.90
  Liberal Joan Dougherty 14,019 41.52 -38.84
Parti Québécois Claudette Montpetit 3,035 8.99 -3.74
Green Amy E. Barratt 1,419 4.20 +3.17
  New Democratic Thomas Ezzy 228 0.68 -2.72
 } Independent Neal Ford 192 0.57
 } Independent Howard Galganov 50 0.15

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Coordinates: 45°25′30″N 73°52′55″W / 45.425°N 73.882°W / 45.425; -73.882