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NEW BRUNSWICK VOTES 2006

District Profiles

DISTRICT: MIRAMICHI-BAY DU VIN
CandidatePartyVote CountVote ShareElected
Bill FraserLIB417459.09%X
Michael (Tanker MalleyPC271338.41%
Dwayne R. HancockNDP1772.51%
September 20, 1:55:00 PM ADT 34 of 34 polls reporting

Miramichi Bay du Vin (11)


Candidates:

PC: Michael Malley (incumbent)
LIB: Bill Fraser
NDP: Dwayne Hancock

District Profile:
This is the former riding of Chatham in eastern New Brunswick. It contains the south-eastern part of the City of Miramichi (including former Chatham and Loggieville) in Northwest corner of riding. It also includes Eel River Bridge, Baie-Sainte-Anne and Bay du Vin Island as well as Glenelg and Hardwicke parishes.

District Map:
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District History:
New riding in 1995
LIB: 1974-1991 incl

Miramichi-Bay du Vin:
LIB: 1995, 1997 byelection
PC: 1999, 2003

Redistribution:
In the 2006 redistribution, Miramichi-Bay du Vin lost part of the city of Miramichi known as a part of Chatham Head and the area of Douglasfield, transferring them to Miramichi Centre. The population is 11,949.

Political History:
MIRAMICHI-BAY DU VIN
2003: PC MICHAEL J. MALLEY won the seat with 3,917 votes.
1999: PC MICHAEL "TANKER" MALLEY defeated LIB JAMES DOYLE by 2,317
1997: In Nov 17/97 by-election, LIB JAMES DOYLE defeated PC JERRY DONAHUE by 968 votes.
1995: LIB McKENNA defeated PC SCOTT HICKEY by 2,975 votes.

McKenna resigned on Oct 13/97.
CARLETON NORTH (new riding in 1974)
1991: LIB HARVEY defeated PC DALE GRAHAM by 131 votes.

After resignation of Harvey, a by-election was held on June 28/93 and PC DALE GRAHAM, running again, defeated LIB DEANE CRABBE by 831 votes.
1987: LIB FRED HARVEY defeated PC GALLAGHER by 724 votes.
1974-1982: CARLETON NORTH (new in 1974)

PC CHARLES GALLAGHER, elected in Carleton in 1970, won in 1974, 1978 and 1982.

Gallagher served as Minister of Education then Minister of Health and became Speaker in October 1985.
CHATHAM
1991: LIB McKENNA defeated COR's JIM WEST by 1,584 votes.

Returned as Premier. Continued as Minister responsible for Status of Women until April 1994; was Min resp for Regional Development Corp, Oct-Dec 1991.
1987: LIB McKENNA defeated PC LEON BREMNER by 3,609 votes.

Sworn in as Premier and Minister responsible for Advisory Council on Status of Women, Oct 27/87.
1974-1982: PC RICHARD HATFIELD was elected here in 1974, 1979 and 1982.

He was Premier from Nov 12/70-Oct 27/87.
1985: LIB FRANK McKENNA became Liberal Leader on May 4/85.
1982: McKENNA defeated PC JOHN BARRY by 81 votes.
1974-1978: LIB FRANK KANE won in 1974 and 1978.
NORTHHUMBERLAND (before 1974):
1969-1970: LIB FRANK KANE was elected in a by-election in Northumberland in 1969 and was re-elected in 1970 in Northumberland.
1935-1956: Northumberland, a multi-member seat, elected Liberals in every election from 1935 except for 1956 when 3 Libs and 1 PC were elected.

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Overall Election Results
PartyElectedLeadingTotalVote Share
LIB2902947.10%
PC2602647.50%
NDP0005.10%
OTH000.20%
Last Update:September 19, 1:13:13 AM ADT

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