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District Profiles

CandidatePartyVote CountVote ShareElected
T.J. BurkeLIB385549.06%X
Mike SmithPC369847.07%
Aaron DoucetteNDP3043.87%
September 20, 2:29:00 PM ADT 38 of 38 polls reporting

Fredericton - Nashwaaksis (42)


PC: Mike Smith
LIB: TJ Burke (incumbent)
NDP: Aaron Doucette

District Profile:
The total population is 14,304.

District Map:
District Map: Bathurst

From Elections New Brunswick:
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District History:
Fredericton North was created in 1974.

LIB: 2003.
PC: 1999.
LIB: 1995.
COR: 1991.
LIB: 1987.
PC: 1982, 1978, 1974.

This new district created in 2006 has parts of the district previously known as Fredericton North, along with the areas of Douglas and McLeod Hill, which were previously part of the electoral district of Mactaquac. The district also has the parts of Nashwaaksis lying west of the Westmorland Street Bridge and south of the Ring Road, and also that part west of Brookside Mall, south of the transmission line, including those parts of McLeod Hill Road and Royal Road lying in the city. Also includes the communities of Estey's Bridge, McLeod Hill and Douglas.

Political History:
2003: LIB T.J. BURKE defeated FORBES by 915 votes.
1999: PC PETER FORBES defeated LIB Brad Woodside by 383 votes.
1995: LIB JIM WILSON defeated PC WALTER BROWN by 2,457 votes.
1991: ED ALLEN, now with COR, defeated WILSON by 2,188 votes.
1987: WILSON defeated then PC ALLEN by 3,083 votes.
1982: PC ALLEN defeated LIB BOB CHASE by 3,008 votes. October 1982 to October 1985: PC ALLEN appointed minister of supply and services
1978: PC ALLEN defeated LIB C.E. HOWE by 1,776 votes.
1974: PC LAWRENCE GARVIE defeated LIB C.E. HOWE by 720 votes. Dec. 3, 1974: GARVIE appointed minister of economic growth; 1976 to 1977: Was minister of finance; 1977: Appointed minister of labour and management.
1967-1970: June 10, 1968: GARVIE won in Fredericton riding in byelectionMarch 1971: Appointed Speaker. July 1972: Minister of health. Re-elected in 1970.

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