Results, Ridings & Candidates
|Party||Candidate||Votes||Vote Share (%)||Status|
|Updated: Dec. 9, 2008 1:11 AM EST||220/220 polls|
All results are unofficial until final ballot counts are verified by Elections Quebec.View these results in the interactive map »
|Goulet, Maryse||Green Party of Québec|
|Landry, Sarah||Québec Solidaire|
|Lauzon, Alexandra||Action Démocratique du Québec|
|Lin, Nicholas||Parti Marxiste-Léniniste du Québec|
|Marsan, Pierre||Quebec Liberal Party|
|Pagé-Chassé, Alexandre||Parti Québécois|
Riding profile: Robert-Baldwin contains the part of Montreal bounded by: the Prairies River, the boundary of the borough of Pierrefonds with the boroughs of Montreal and Saint-Laurent, the boundary of Dollard-des-Ormeaux with the boroughs of Saint-Laurent, Dorval, Pointe-Claire, Kirkland and Pierrefonds, Saint John's Boulevard, Pierrefonds Boulevard, Sources Boulevard and its extension.
Riding history: Robert-Baldwin was created in 1965 from part of the Jacques-Cartier riding.
In the 1988 redistribution, 10,081 moved electors to Nelligan. In 1992 a portion of Nelligan was moved to this riding.
Political history: 1966 - Independent Since 1970 - LIB
1995 sovereignty referendum: No - 89.83 per cent; Yes - 10.17 per cent
Language breakdown: English: 42.0 per cent French: 26.1 per cent Other: 32.0 per cent (5.2 per cent Arabic; 3.0 per cent Greek; 3.2 per cent Italian) Source: Statistics Canada 2001 census
Independent Arthur-Ewen Séguin defeated Liberal Norman Wray. Re-elected as a Liberal in 1973.
Liberal Jean Cournoyer defeated Parti Québécois's Serge Brodeur by 21,106 votes. Cournoyer had won as a Union Nationale candidate in a 1969 byelection in St-Jacques; defeated in 1970; elected as Liberal in byelection in Chambly on Feb. 8, 1971. Served as minister of labour and manpower, Oct. 29, 1970 to 1975; added minister of civil service, 1972; appointed minister of natural resources, 1975. Cournoyer ran in Richelieu in 1976 and was defeated.
Liberal John O'Gallagher won in 1976 and 1981.
Liberal Pierre MacDonald defeated Parti Québécois's Michelle Dozois by 22,368 votes. Appointed minister of external trade and minister of technological development, December 1985. Minister of industry, commerce and technological development, July 6, 1988.
Liberal Sam Elkas defeated Equality Party's Adrian Waller by 1,384 votes. Appointed minister of transport and public security, 1989; minister of transport Oct. 5, 1990 to Jan. 11, 1994. After being nominated for the 1994 election, Elkas said on July 20, 1994 that he had decided to give a younger candidate a chance.
Liberal Pierre Marsan defeated Parti Québécois's Nicolas Tetrault by 26,324 votes.
Marsan defeated Parti Québécois's André Allard by 28,208 votes.
Marsan defeated Parti Québécois's Alphonse Boisrond by 26,257 votes.
Marsan defeated Action Démocratique du Québec's Ginette Lemire by 18,890 votes.
|Party||Elected||Leading||Total||Vote Share (%)|
|Updated: Dec. 9, 2008, 1:11 AM EST|
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