Moncton East (electoral district)

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Moncton East
New Brunswick electoral district
Moncton East (2014-).png
The riding of Moncton East in relation to other southeastern New Brunswick electoral districts
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Monique LeBlanc
District created 2013
First contested 2014
Population (2011) 15,387
Electors (2013) 11,558
Census divisions Westmorland, Kent
Census subdivisions Moncton

Moncton East 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 electoral districts of Moncton East (2006-2014) and Moncton East (2014-) as they relate to the City of Moncton.

The district includes the northeastern most parts of the city of Moncton, as well as neighbouring suburban communities northeast of Moncton, stretching into the edge of Kent County.

Though the district shares a name with an immediate predecessor, this district took in only 32% of the old district of Moncton East, the majority of which went to Moncton Centre where incumbent Chris Collins intends to run.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
Riding created from Moncton East (1974–2014), Moncton Crescent,
Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe, Kent South,
Dieppe Centre-Lewisville and Petitcodiac
58th  2014–Present     Monique LeBlanc Liberal

Election results[edit]

New Brunswick general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Monique LeBlanc 3,443 45.09
Progressive Conservative Jane Mitton-MacLean 2,521 33.01
New Democratic Roy MacMullin 1,105 14.47
Green Matthew Ian Clark 567 7.43
Total valid votes 7,636 100.0  
Total rejected ballots 33 0.43
Turnout 7,669 62.75
Eligible voters 12,221
This riding was created from parts of the previous riding of Moncton East, Moncton Crescent, Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe, Kent South, Dieppe Centre-Lewisville and Petitcodiac, which elected three Liberals and three Progressive Conservatives (Moncton Crescent, Kent South and Petitcodiac) in the previous election. Neither of the six incumbents ran in this election.
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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