Parti marxiste–léniniste du Québec candidates, 2007 Quebec provincial election

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The Parti marxiste-léniniste du Québec fielded twenty-four candidates in the 2007 provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found on this page.

Candidates[edit]

Jean-Lesage: Jean Bédard[edit]

Jean Bédard is a laundry employee and union advisor.[1] He is a perennial candidate for the Marxist-Leninist Party, having run under its banner in seven federal and six provincial elections. He appears to have been a low-profile candidate; during the 2003 election, the newspaper Le Soleil indicated that it was unable to obtain an interview with him.[2]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1979 federal Montmorency Marxist-Leninist 326 0.77 5/6 Louis Duclos, Liberal
1980 federal Montmorency Marxist-Leninist 142 0.35 8/8 Louis Duclos, Liberal
1981 provincial Montmorency Marxist-Leninist 140 0.40 4/4 Clément Richard, Parti Québécois
1988 federal Montmorency—Orléans N/A (Marxist-Leninist) 670 1.33 4/4 Charles DeBlois, Progressive Conservative
1989 provincial Montmorency Marxist-Leninist 266 0.77 5/5 Yves Séguin, Liberal
1994 provincial Montmorency Marxist-Leninist 150 0.37 8/8 Jean Filion, Parti Québécois
1997 federal Beauport—Montmorency—Orléans Marxist-Leninist 419 0.82 6/6 Michel Guimond, Bloc Québécois
1998 provincial Montmorency Marxist-Leninist 204 0.46 6/6 Jean-François Simard, Parti Québécois
2000 federal Beauport—Montmorency—Côte-de-Beaupré—Île-d'Orléans Marxist-Leninist 283 0.55 7/7 Michel Guimond, Bloc Québécois
2003 provincial Jean-Lesage Marxist-Leninist 185 0.53 6/6 Michel Després, Liberal
2004 federal Québec Marxist-Leninist 223 0.46 7/7 Christiane Gagnon, Bloc Québécois
2006 federal Beauport—Limoilou Marxist-Leninist 234 0.48 6/6 Sylvie Boucher, Conservative
2007 provincial Jean-Lesage Marxist-Leninist 100 0.29 8/8 Jean-François Gosselin, Action démocratique

References[edit]

  1. ^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867, BEAUPORT--MONTMORENCY--CÔTE-DE- BEAUPRÉ--ÎLE-D'ORLÉANS (2000/11/27), Parliament of Canada, accessed 19 January 2009; History of Federal Ridings since 1867, BEAUPORT--LIMOILOU (2006/01/23), Parliament of Canada, accessed 19 January 2009.
  2. ^ Éric Moreault, "De la conviction à l'action," Le Soleil, 13 April 2003, A9.