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This south-central riding extends from the Hastings Highlands in the north to Lake Ontario in the south, including Prince Edward County. The main population centres are Belleville and Picton, but it also includes Deseronto, Bloomfield and the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory.
The major industries are manufacturing, the service sector and some agriculture.
In the 1999 redistribution, the new Prince Edward-Hastings riding combined 80 per cent of the old Quinte riding with 60 per cent of the old Prince Edward-Hastings.
Population: 117,057 (2011 census; an increase of 3.4% since 2006)
Progressive Conservative Todd Smith defeated Liberal incumbent Leona Dombrowsky by 3,130 votes in 2011.
Dombrowsky was elected to the riding in 2007 by a 6,123-vote margin over Tory Eric DenOuden. Liberal Ernie Parsons, who was first elected to the riding in 1999, kept his seat in 2003. But he left to become a justice of the peace in June 2007, leaving his seat open for the election later that year.
In the former riding of Prince Edward-Lennox, Tory N.E. Whitney served from 1951 to 1971. Fellow Tory James Taylor extended the Conservative streak, winning in 1971, 1975, 1977, 1981 and 1985. In 1987, Liberal Keith MacDonald won the riding.
New Democrat Paul Johnson won the renamed riding of Prince Edward-Lennox-South Hastings in 1990, but lost in 1995 to Tory Gary Fox.
In Quinte, Conservative Dick Potter won in 1967 and 1971. Liberal Hugh O'Neil held the seat from his first victory in 1975 until the Tories took it back in 1995.
2011 Provincial Election Results
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census