|Candidate||Party||Vote Count||Vote Share||Elected
|September 20, 2:29:00 PM ADT||38 of 38 polls reporting
Fredericton - Silverwood (45)
||Brad Green (incumbent)
The total population is 13,977.
Fredericton South was a new riding in 1974
PC - 2003, 1999.
LIB - 1995, 1991, 1987.
PC: 1982, 1978, 1974.
This new district has parts of the riding previously known as Fredericton South, including areas west of the centre line of Regent Street, except for the part lying south of the intersection of Hanwell Road and Serenity Lane. It also excludes parts of the city east of Regent Street that have now transferred to the district of Fredericton-Lincoln.
||PC BRAD GREEN defeated LIB MISTY DAWN McLAUGHLIN by 502 votes.
||GREEN defeated LIB LORRAINE SILLIPHANT by 1,560 votes. June 17, 1999: GREEN appointed attorney General, Minister of Justice and aboriginal affairs. No change in cabinet shuffle Oct. 9, 2001.
||Byelection: GREEN defeated SILLIPHANT by 190 votes.
||LIB RUSS KING defeated PC DAVID PETERSON by 2,161 votes. KING reappointed minister of health and community services. Resigned from cabinet in spring 1998 to resume his medical practice.
||KING defeated COR MERYL SARTY by 1,289 votes.
October 1987 to October 1991: KING appointed minister of advanced education and training. Oct. 9, 1991: KING appointed minister of health and community services.
||KING defeated PC DAVE CLARK by 4,712 votes.
Oct. 1987 to October 1991: KING appointed minister of advanced education and training.
||CLARK defeated LIB STEVE PATTERSON by 1,138 votes.
Oct. 3, 1985: CLARK appointed attorney general, and minister of justice.
||PC BUD BIRD defeated PATTERSON by 1,273 votes. Nov. 21, 1978: BIRD appointed minister of natural resources. June 9, 1982: BIRD resigned from legislature. (Later elected MP.)
||PC EVERETT CHALMERS defeated LIB DANIEL HURLEY by 2,172 votes. 1977: CHALMERS appointed minister without portfolio.
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