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Vaudreuil (provincial electoral district)

Vaudreuil
Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Marie-Claude Nichols
Liberal
District created 1867
District abolished 1939
District re-created 1988
First contested 1867
Last contested 2014
Demographics
Population (2006) 65,289
Electors (2014)[1] 58,822
Area (km²)[2] 225.6
Pop. density (per km²) 289.4
Census divisions Vaudreuil-Soulanges (part)
Census subdivisions Hudson, L'Île-Cadieux, L'Île-Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot, Pincourt, Terrasse-Vaudreuil, Vaudreuil-Dorion, Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac

Vaudreuil is a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the cities of Vaudreuil-Dorion, Hudson, Ile-Perrot, Terrasse-Vaudreuil, Pincourt and Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot.

It was created for the 1867 election (and an electoral district of that name existed earlier in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada and the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada). Its final election was in 1936. It disappeared in the 1939 election and its successor electoral district was Vaudreuil-Soulanges.

It was re-created for the 1989 election from the eastern part of Vaudreuil-Soulanges electoral district.

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, its territory was unchanged.

It was named after former governor of New France from 1703 to 1725, Philippe de Rigaud de Vaudreuil.

Contents

  • Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly 1
  • Election results 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4
  • Neighbouring electoral districts 5

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

  1. Antoine-Chartier de Lotbinière Harwood, Conservative (1867–1871)
  2. Émery Lalonde, Sr., Conservative (1871–1882)
  3. François-Xavier Archambault, Conservative (1882–1884)
  4. Alfred Lapointe, Conservative (1884–1890)
  5. Émery Lalonde, Jr., Liberal (1890–1892)
  6. Hilaire Cholette, Union Nationale (1892–1897)
  7. Émery Lalonde Jr., Liberal (1897–1901)
  8. Hormisdas Pilon, Liberal (1901–1931)
  9. Elzéar Sabourin, Liberal (1931–1936)
  10. Lionel Bellemare, Union Nationale (1936–1939)
  11. did not exist (1939–1989), see Vaudreuil-Soulanges
  12. Daniel Johnson, Jr., Liberal (1989–1998)
  13. Yvon Marcoux, Liberal (1998–2014)
  14. Marie-Claude Nichols, Liberal (2014–present)

Election results

Quebec general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Marie-Claude Nichols 27,750 61.19 +16.12
Parti Québécois Marcos Archambault 7,268 15.96 -4.75
Coalition Avenir Québec Luc Tison 7,084 15.62 -10.00
Québec solidaire David Fortin Côté 2,101 4.63 -0.25
Green Thomas Radcliffe 584 1.29 -1.19
Conservative Michel Paul 196 0.43
Parti Équitable Julien Leclerc 190 0.42
Option nationale Jean-Gabriel Cauchon 115 0.25 -0.78
Mon pays le Québec Léon Dupré 90 0.20
Total valid votes 45,348 98.95
Total rejected ballots 528 1.15
Turnout 45,876 78% +1.57
Electors on the lists 58,822
Quebec general election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Yvon Marcoux 19,375 45.07 -8.95
Coalition Avenir Québec Martin Legault 11,013 25.62 +16.75*
Parti Québécois Kim Comeau 8,902 20.71 -9.33
Québec solidaire Marc-André Pilon 2,099 4.88 +3.03
Green Julien Leclerc 1,067 2.48 -1.23
Option nationale Julien Bédard 444 1.03
Quebec Citizens' Union Étienne Ouellet 93 0.22
Total valid votes 42,993 98.99
Total rejected ballots 437 1.01
Turnout 43,430 76.43 +19.10
Electors on the lists 56,822

* Result compared to Action démocratique

Quebec general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Yvon Marcoux 15,827 54.02 +9.82
Parti Québécois Claude Turcotte 8,801 30.04 +6.56
Action démocratique Lucie Boudreault 2,599 8.87 -16.24
Green Julien Leclerc 1,086 3.71 -1.54
Québec solidaire Maria-Pia Chávez 543 1.85 -0.11
Independent Kevin Côté 305 1.04
Republic of Quebec Gilles Paquette 140 0.48
Total valid votes 29,301 98.43
Total rejected ballots 466 1.57
Turnout 29,767 57.33 -15.25
Electors on the lists 51,919
Quebec general election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Yvon Marcoux 15,465 44.20 -13.47
Action démocratique Jean-Claude Levesque 8,787 25.11 +14.23
Parti Québécois Louisanne Chevrier 8,217 23.48 -6.07
Green Jean-Yves Massenet 1,837 5.25
Québec solidaire Micheline Déry 686 1.96
Total valid votes 34,992 99.07
Total rejected ballots 327 0.93
Turnout 35,319 72.58 -1.46
Electors on the lists 48,661
Quebec general election, 2003
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Yvon Marcoux 18,490 57.67 +5.75
Parti Québécois Carole Cardinal 9,474 29.55 -7.18
Action démocratique Luc Tison 3,487 10.88 +0.87
Bloc Pot Kathleen Mary Mangin 488 1.52
Equality Ernest Semple 120 0.37 -0.48
Total valid votes 32,059 98.77
Total rejected ballots 399 1.23
Turnout 32,458 74.04 -7.75
Electors on the lists 43,842

References

  1. ^ http://www.electionsquebec.qc.ca/english/provincial/electoral-map/general-information-on-the-provincial-electoral-divisions-2011.php?bsq=169§ion=population
  2. ^ http://www.electionsquebec.qc.ca/english/provincial/electoral-map/general-information-on-the-provincial-electoral-divisions-2011.php?bsq=169§ion=superficie

External links

Information
  • Elections Quebec
Election results
  • Election results (National Assembly)
  • Election results (QuébecPolitique)
Maps
  • 2011 map (PDF)
  • 2001 map (Flash)
    2001–2011 changes (Flash)
    1992–2001 changes (Flash)
  • Electoral map of Montérégie region
  • Quebec electoral map, 2011

Neighbouring electoral districts

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