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Voting Day September 29, 2003  
District Profiles

 
Note: results will not appear on these tables until an elect has been declared. For the latest developments in individual districts, please select a district from the list below. All results are unofficial.
 Overall Election Results
Party Elected Leading Total Pop. Vote %
PC 23 0 23 53.96%
LIB 4 0 4 42.86%
NDP 0 0 0 3.18%
OTH 0 0 0 .00%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 27 seats
Note: results appear after an elect is declared.
 KINGS COUNTY
Party Elected Vote Count Pop. Vote
Conservative Party 5 7559 61.98%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 5 seats
Kings County - Conservatives have traditionally done well in Kings County. Extending east from Savage Harbour and Little Sands the are offers two of the Island's top golf courses and the ferry service to Nova Scotia.

Note: results appear after an elect is declared.
 QUEENS COUNTY
Party Elected Vote Count Pop. Vote
Conservative Party 9 21276 50.71%
PEI Liberal Party 4 19339 46.09%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 13 seats
Queens County - From historic Province House in Charlottetown to storied Green Gables in Cavendish, Queens County covers the central area of province. The region extends west from Savage Harbour and Little Sand and east from Kensington and Crapaud. Politically, this area offers interesting races and will be the focus of much attention on election night.

Note: results appear after an elect is declared.
 PRINCE COUNTY
Party Elected Vote Count Pop. Vote
Conservative Party 9 14620 55.44%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 9 seats
Prince County - The region's Catholic and Acadian roots have traditionally translated to Liberal success. Taking in the province's second largest city, Summerside, and the Evangeline region, Prince County extends west from the communities of Kensington and Crapaud.

Note: results appear after an elect is declared.
 CHARLOTTETOWN
Party Elected Vote Count Pop. Vote
Conservative Party 4 9216 51.1%
PEI Liberal Party 2 8361 46.36%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 6 seats
Charlottetown - The capital region is expected to produce some of the closest results. Both the Conservative and Liberal parties have made extra efforts in the six districts making up greater Charlottetown.

Note: results appear after an elect is declared.
 URBAN DISTRICTS
Party Elected Vote Count Pop. Vote
Conservative Party 7 14862 52.21%
PEI Liberal Party 2 12551 44.09%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 9 seats
Urban - The urban vote takes in the two cities in Prince Edward Island. Both Charlottetown and Summerside, and their surrounding areas promise to deliver some exciting battles. The vote in the urban areas tends to be fluid, and both the Liberals and NDP are hoping the urban vote will deliver their candidates to Province House.

Note: results appear after an elect is declared.
 RURAL DISTRICTS
Party Elected Vote Count Pop. Vote
Conservative Party 16 28593 54.92%
PEI Liberal Party 2 21960 42.18%
 Last Update Mon Sep 29 9:40:52 ADT 2003 18 seats
Rural - Rural voters on Prince Edward Island tend to be predictable. That is until the last election when the rural communities in the western part of the province strayed away from supporting the Liberals and sent a number of Tories to Charlottetown. Slightly more rural voters head to the ballot box during provincial elections.

Provincial Electoral District map
 

1 Souris-Elmira   15 Winsloe-West Royalty
2 Morell-Fortune Bay   16 North River-Rice Point
3 Georgetown-Baldwin's Road   17 Crapaud-Hazel Grove
4 Montague-Kilmuir   18 Park Corner-Oyster Bed
5 Murray River-Gaspereaux   19 Borden-Kinkora
6 Belfast-Pownal Bay   20 Kensington-Malpeque
7 Glen Stewart-Bellevue Cove   21 Wilmot-Summerside
8 Tracadie-Fort Augustus   22 St. Eleanors-Summerside
9 Stanhope-East Royalty   23 Cascumpec-Grand River
10 Sherwood-Hillsborough   24 Evangeline-Miscouche
11 Parkdale-Belvedere   25 West Point-Bloomfield
12 Charlottetown-Kings Square   26 Alberton-Miminegash
13 Charlottetown-Rochford Square   27 Tignish-Deblois
14 Charlottetown-Spring Park      
         
To find your local returning office, where to vote and information about your district visit the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer Web site.

 

 

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