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NEW BRUNSWICK VOTES 2006

District Profiles

DISTRICT: MONCTON WEST
CandidatePartyVote CountVote ShareElected
Joan MacAlpine-StilesPC331752.41%
Gene Joseph DevereuxLIB301247.59%
September 20, 1:55:00 PM ADT 38 of 38 polls reporting

Moncton West (22)


Candidates:

PC: Joan MacAlpine-Stiles (incumbent)
LIB: Gene Devereux
NDP: no candidate

District Profile:
District is bounded on the west by western limits of Wheeler Boulevard; on south by Petitcodiac River; on north by southern limits of Killam Drive and Mountain Road; on east by eastern limits of Route 134 to northern limits of St. George Street, to its intersection with King St.; northeasterly diagonally to Humphreys Brook to the Petitcodiac River. The district's population is 14,517.

District Map:
District Map: Bathurst

From Elections New Brunswick:
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District History:
New riding in 1995

Moncton West:
LIB: 1991, 1987.

PC: 1982, 1978, 1974.

Moncton South:
PC: 1999.

LIB: 1995.

Redistribution:
This district was created in 1995 redistribution from all of the former Moncton West ridings, except the area west of Wheeler Blvd., which was transferred to the riding of Moncton Crescent. Parts of Moncton East were also added to the district, including the area east of Archibald, south of 103, and east of Foundry, Alberta and Old Bridge.

Political History:
MONCTON-SOUTH
2003: PC JOAN MacALPINE defeated LIB NORM R. BRANCH by 433 votes. MacALPINE sworn in as minister of tourism and parks. Oct. 31, 2005, to Feb. 14, 2006: Also served as minister of family and community services, and minister responsible for the Advisory Council on Seniors. Feb. 14: Given the jobs of minister of tourism and parks, and minister responsible for the status of women. In 2005 MacALPINE married MLA WALLY STILES and became JOAN MacALPINE-STILES.
1999: PC JOAN MacALPINE defeated LOCKYER by 1,253 votes. June 17, 1999: MacALPINE appointed minister of municipalities; Oct. 9, 2001: Appointed minister of family and community services. MacALPINE appointed minister of municipalities; Oct. 9, 2001: Appointed minister of family and community services.
1995: LIB JIM LOCKYER defeated PC BOB LEIGHTON by 3,096 votes. Sept. 21, 1995: LOCKYER appointed minister of education; July 21, 1997: Minister of justice and attorney general; February 1998: Acting min of economic development and tourism, and acting min of Information Highway Secretariat; May 14, 1998: Appointed solicitor general.
1991: LOCKYER defeated COR ARTHUR HAYDEN by 1,867 votes.
1987: LOCKYER defeated PC MABEL DeWARE by 2,937 votes. (DeWare was appointed to the Senate on Sept. 23, 1990). Oct. 27, 1987 TO Oct. 9, 1991: LOCKYER appointed attorney general and minister of justice. April 27, 1994: LOCKYER appointed minister of supply and services.

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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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