DISTRICT: SAINT JOHN LANCASTER
|Candidate||Party||Vote Count||Vote Share||Elected
|September 20, 1:55:00 PM ADT||35 of 35 polls reporting
Saint John Lancaster (36)
||Abel LBlanc (incumbent)
The district, unchanged in the 2006 redistribution, takes in that part of Saint John including the area west of properties fronting on east side of city line road in Saint John West, including Bay Shore, Duck Cove, Fundy Heights, Fairville Plateau, Simms Corner, Purdys Corner, Greendale, Island View Heights, Churchill Heights, Quinon Heights, Milford, and Randolph to Route 7.
New district in 1995, previously known as Saint John West.
Saint John West:
PC: 1982, 1978, 1974.
LIB: 1991, 1987.
Saint John Lancaster:
|SAINT JOHN LANCASTER
||LIB ABEL LeBLANC defeated PC NORM McFARLANE by 317 votes.
||McFARLANE defeated LIB JANE BARRY by 1,809 votes. June 17: McFARLANE appointed minister of labour; Oct. 9, 2001: Appointed minister of training and employment development.
||BARRY defeated McFARLANE by 281 votes. BARRY reappointed solicitor general until May 14, 1998 (not included Premier Theriault's cabinet).
|SAINT JOHN WEST
||BARRY defeated COR JIM WEBB by 1,056 votes. Oct. 9, 1991 to April 1994: Appointed minister of environment; April 27, 1994: Appointed solicitor general
||BARRY defeated PC KEITH DOW by 1,151 votes; June 15, 1989: BARRY appointed minister of state for childhood services.
||DOW defeated LIB AL BRIEN by 1,889 votes.
||1967: New district. 1963: PC ROD LOGAN elected in Saint John County, and in 1967 and 1970 in Saint John West. Nov. 12, 1970 to July 18, 1972: LOGAN was provincial secretary. July 18, 1972: Appointed Minister of labour and manpower.
1974: LOGAN defeated LIB SUZANNE BALL by 1,438 votes. Dec. 10, 1974: Reappointed minister of labour; appointed minister responsible for housing; March 22, 1977: Minister of justice and provincial secretary.
1978: LOGAN defeated LIB DELVAN O'BRIEN by 1,524 votes. Nov. 21: LOGAN appointed minister of justice.
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