Quebec AM | Sep 5, 2012 | 8:40

Liberals hold on to riding of Trois-Rivières

CBC's Ainslie Maclellan was in the riding of Trois Rivières last night. She brings us a look at the tight race in that riding where incumbent Liberal MNA Danielle St-Amand came out victorious.

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