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District Profiles

CandidatePartyVote CountVote ShareElected
Roly MacIntyreLIB340660.18% X
Joe MottPC186032.86%
Maureen E. MichaudNDP3946.96%
September 20, 1:55:00 PM ADT 39 of 39 polls reporting

Saint John East (33)


PC: Joseph Mott
LIB: Roly MacIntyre (incumbent)
NDP: Maureen Michaud

District Profile:
This district was renamed in 2006, and is the electoral district formerly known as Saint John Champlain. The east Saint John riding includes portions of Westmorland Heights, Silver Falls Park, Silver Falls, Saint John East, Little River, Champlain Heights, Midwood, Red Head, Harbourview and Rocky Corner. The district's population is 14,245.

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From Elections New Brunswick:
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District History:
Saint John Champlain was a new riding in 1995, previously known as East Saint John.

East Saint John:
PC: 1982, 1978, 1974.
NDP: 1984 byelection.
LIB: 1991, 1987.

Saint John Champlain:
LIB: 2003.
PC: 1999.
LIB: 1995.

Political History:
2003: LIB ROLY MacINTYRE defeated ND RALPH THOMAS by 549 votes.
1999: PC CAROLE KEDDY defeated MacINTYRE by 124 votes.
1995: MacINTYRE defeated ND PAULA TIPPETT by 334 votes. Sept. 21: MacINTYRE appointed minister of advanced education and labour; May 14, 1998: Appointed minister of economic development, tourism and culture.
1991: LIB GEORGE JENKINS defeated COR GARY EWART by 135 votes.
1987: LIB PETER TRITES defeated ND EVAN CRONK by 770 votes. Oct. 27: Appointed minister of housing.
1984: Byelection held after PC GERRY MERRITHEW resigned to run federally, and ND PETER TRITES defeated PC WAYNE FERGUSON by 355 votes. Trites crossed the floor to LIBs prior to 1987 election.
Before 1982: December 1972: Byelection after the death of incumbent CHARLES McILVEEN: MERRITHEW elected in Saint John East. 1974, 1978, 1982: MERRITHEW won; Dec. 3, 1974 to 1976: MERRITHEW appointed minister of education; 1976: Minister of commerce and development. Nov. 21, 1978: Reappointed minister of commerce and development; Oct. 30, 1982: Appointed minister of natural resources and energy.

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