|Candidate||Party||Vote Count||Vote Share||Elected
|September 20, 1:55:00 PM ADT ||36 of 36 polls reporting
Tracadie - Sheila (9)
This is a northeastern New Brunswick district, and includes Tracadie-Sheila, Pt. Landry, Saumarez, as well as St-Isidore, Saumarez and Inkerman parishes. In 1996 census, 95.5 per cent listed French as mother tongue.
Tracadie - Sheila
PC: 1999, 1995.
PC: 1994 byelection.
LIB: 1991, 1988 byelection, 1987.
PC: 1978, 1974.
In the 2006 redistribution, Tracadie - Sheila added part of Haut-Riviere-du-Portage and part of Riviere-du-Portage from Miramichi Bay. The areas of Pont-Landry and Losier Settlement were transferred to Centre-Peninsule. The district's total population is 12,068.
||PC ELVY ROBICHAUD won with over 56 per cent of the vote.
||ROBICHAUD defeated LIB SERGE ROUSSELLE by 2,527 votes.
||ROBICHAUD defeated LIB GEORGE McLAUGHLIN by 411 votes.
||LIB DENIS LOSIER defeated PC COLETTE McGRAW by 4,271 votes.
Oct. 9, 1991: LOSIER appointed minister of economic development and tourism.
After resignation of LOSIER, a byelection was held Sept. 26, 1994, and ROBICHAUD defeated LIB AQUILA COMEAU by 1,356 votes.
||June 15, 1989 to Oct. 9, 1991: LOSIER appointed minister of fisheries and aquaculture.
||After LIB DOUG YOUNG resigned to run federally, a byelection was held Nov. 14, 1988, and LOSIER defeated IND YVON McGRAW by 4,269 votes.
||YOUNG (leader of N.B. Liberals from 1981-83) won in 1978, 1982 and 1987. Oct. 27, 1987: Appointed min of fisheries and aquaculture.
||PC PC FERNAND DUBÉ defeated LIB WILFRED SENECHAL by 267 votes.
1978 to 1982: DUBÉ appointed minister of finance, and min responsible for energy policy.
||April 27: LIB BERNARD THERIAULT appointed minister of fisheries and aquaculture.
||THERIAULT won in 1987, 1991.
||PC EMERY ROBICHAUD defeated LIB ONIL DOIRON by 886 votes.
||DOIRON won in 1974 and 1978.
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