|Party||Candidate||Votes||Vote Share (%)||Status|
|160/160 polls||Updated: Sep. 5, 2012 1:58 AM EDT|
|LIB||Lawrence S. Bergman||22,285||
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D'Arcy-McGee encompasses the Montreal Island municipalities of Hampstead and Côte St. Luc, as well as a couple of blocks of Montreal proper (from the borough of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce). The riding was created in 1965 and is one of 39 that didn't change in the 2011 boundary revisions. The population is avowedly anti-sovereigntist, having voted 96.4 per cent against in the 1995 provincial referendum.
Liberal Lawrence Bergman, a former provincial revenue minister, has enjoyed victory margins in this riding that are the envy of some dictators. Enough said.
2008 provincial election results:
- 2007: Liberal Lawrence Bergman crushes Green candidate Robert Leibner by 16,940 votes.
- 2003: Liberal Bergman wallops Parti Québécois's Mathieu Breault by 22,881 votes, earning 91.3 per cent of ballots cast.
- 1998: Liberal Bergman devastates Equality Party's Bernard King, taking 90.6 per cent of the vote.
- 1994: Liberal Lawrence Bergman defeats Independent candidate Robert Libman.
- 1989: Equality Party's Robert Libman beats Liberal Gary Waxman. Libman would leave the Equality Party in 1993 and sit as an Independent.
1995 sovereignty referendum: Yes: 3.6%; No: 96.4%
|Coalition Avenir Québec||Sophie||Leroux|