Party Candidate Votes Status
195/195 polls Updated: Apr. 8, 2014 12:47 AM EDT
PQ Dave Turcotte 13,456 Elected
CAQ Serge Tremblay 12,922
LIB Marie-Josée Denis 11,845
QS Carole Lusignan 2,693
ON Jade Bossé Bélanger 386
PC Maryse Grenier 293

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Riding profile

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This old riding — it dates to 1854 — is in the heart of the Montérégie region, lying southeast of Montreal, south of Chambly and west of Iberville. It includes part of the city of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, home to Royal Military College Saint-Jean. French is by far the most common mother tongue. The riding is one of the 39 that did not get altered in the 2011 realignment of electoral districts.

Political history

Saint-Jean voters can't seem to make up their minds: the last three general elections have seen them choose MNAs from three different parties. Voters here are so ambivalent that the PQ and Liberal candidates tied in the 1994 election. A special re-vote held a month later settled it for the Parti Québécois's Roger Paquin.

2012 provincial election results:


Party Candidate Votes
PQ Dave Turcotte 18,185
CAQ Yvan Berthelot 14,457
LIB Martin Massé 8,952
QS Carole Lusignan 1,886
ON Félix Lemaire 771
PC Carmyn Girard 267
PI Yvon Sylva Aubé 190
UCQ François Mailly 110


Prior results:


PQ's Roger Paquin and Liberal Michel Charbonneau were tied with 16,536 votes each. In a special election one month later, Paquin won by 532 votes.


PQ's Paquin defeated Liberal Gilles Solbec by 3,770 votes.


Liberal Jean-Pierre Paquin defeated PQ incumbent Paquin by 1,335 votes.


Action Démocratique du Québec's Lucille Méthé defeated PQ's Dave Turcotte.

2008 PQ's Dave Turcotte defeated Liberal Jean-Pierre Paquin by 914 votes. 

1995 sovereignty referendum: Yes: 56.1%; No: 43.9%


Coalition Avenir Québec    Serge Tremblay
Québec Solidaire Carole Lusignan
Liberal Marie-Josée Denis
Parti Québécois Dave Turcotte