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Trois-Rivières (provincial electoral district)

Trois-Rivières
electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Danielle St-Amand
District created 1867
First contested 1867
Last contested 2012
Demographics
Electors (2012)[1] 43,252
Area (km²)[2] 62.4
Census divisions Francheville (part)
Census subdivisions Trois-Rivières (part)

Trois-Rivières is a provincial electoral district in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes part of the city of Trois-Rivières, including most of the territory of the city as it existed prior to its 2002 amalgamation and expansion.

It was created for the 1867 election, and an electoral district of that name existed even earlier: see Trois-Rivières (Lower Canada) and Trois-Rivières (Province of Canada).

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, its border with the Maskinongé electoral district was adjusted, resulting in simultaneously gaining and losing different parts of the city of Trois-Rivières.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

  Name Assignments [3] Party Election [4] Popular Vote [5]
     Louis-Charles Boucher de Niverville [6]Government MLAConservative186755%
     Sévère Dumoulin [7]Government MLAConservative1868unopposed
     Charles-Borromée Genest [8]Government MLAConservative186956%
     Henri-Gédéon Malhiot [9]Government MLAConservative187158%
     Henri-Gédéon MalhiotCabinet MemberConservative1874unopposed
     Henri-Gédéon Malhiot [10]Cabinet MemberConservative187555%
     Arthur TurcotteIndependent MLAIndependent Conservative187660%
     Arthur Turcotte [11]Independent MLA
Speaker
Independent Conservative1878unopposed
     Sévère Dumoulin [12]Government MLAConservative188153%
     Arthur TurcotteIndependent MLAIndependent Conservative188461%
     Arthur Turcotte [13]Official Opposition MLAParti National188651%
     Arthur Turcotte [14]Cabinet MemberParti National188859%
     Télesphore-Eusèbe NormandOfficial Opposition MLA (until 1891)
Government MLA (after 1891)
Conservative189052%
     Télesphore-Eusèbe Normand [15]Government MLAConservative189250%
     Télesphore-Eusèbe NormandGovernment MLAConservative189251%
     Télesphore-Eusèbe NormandOfficial Opposition MLAConservative189759%
     Richard-Stanislas CookeGovernment MLALiberal1900unopposed
     Joseph-Adolphe TessierGovernment MLALiberal1904unopposed
     Joseph-Adolphe TessierGovernment MLA
Deputy Speaker (after 1912)
Liberal190857%
     Joseph-Adolphe TessierGovernment MLA
Deputy Speaker
Liberal191256%
     Joseph-Adolphe TessierCabinet MemberLiberal191454%
     Joseph-Adolphe TessierCabinet MemberLiberal191666%
     Joseph-Adolphe Tessier [16]Cabinet MemberLiberal1919unopposed
     Louis-Philippe MercierGovernment MLALiberal1921unopposed
     Louis-Philippe Mercier [17]Government MLALiberal192355%
     Maurice DuplessisOfficial Opposition MLAConservative192751%
     Maurice DuplessisOfficial Opposition MLA
Leader of the Official Opposition (after 1932)
Conservative193150%
     Maurice DuplessisLeader of the Official OppositionConservative193557%

Maurice DuplessisPremierUnion Nationale193669%

Maurice DuplessisLeader of the Official OppositionUnion Nationale193960%

Maurice DuplessisPremierUnion Nationale194467%

Maurice DuplessisPremierUnion Nationale194877%

Maurice DuplessisPremierUnion Nationale195261%

Maurice Duplessis [18]PremierUnion Nationale195662%

Yves GabiasOfficial Opposition MLAUnion Nationale196047%

Yves GabiasOfficial Opposition MLAUnion Nationale196252%

Yves Gabias [19]Cabinet MemberUnion Nationale196649%

Gilles Gauthier [20]Government MNAUnion Nationale196953%
     Guy BaconGovernment MNA
Parliamentary Secretary (after 1973)
Liberal197040%
     Guy Bacon [21]Parliamentary SecretaryLiberal197358%
bgcolor=""|     Denis VaugeoisParliamentary Secretary (until 1978)
Cabinet Member (after 1978)
Parti Québécois197644%
bgcolor=""|     Denis Vaugeois [22]Parliamentary Secretary (until 1984)
Government MNA
Parti Québécois198151%
     Paul PhilibertOfficial Opposition MNALiberal198567%
     Paul PhilibertParliamentary SecretaryLiberal198559%
     Paul Philibert [23]Parliamentary SecretaryLiberal198955%
bgcolor=""|     Guy JulienGovernment MNA
Cabinet Member (after 1996)
Parti Québécois199443%
bgcolor=""|     Guy JulienCabinet MemberParti Québécois199846%
     André Gabias [24]Parliamentary SecretaryLiberal200341%
     Sébastien Proulx [25]Official Opposition House LeaderAction démocratique du Québec200737%
     Danielle St-AmandGovernment MNALiberal200840%
     Danielle St-AmandOfficial Opposition MNALiberal201235%

Election results

Quebec general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Liberal Danielle St-Amand 9,129 40.10 +11.56
bgcolor=""|     Parti Québécois Yves St-Pierre 8,169 35.88 +8.03
     Action démocratique Sébastien Proulx 4,241 18.63 -18.57
     Québec solidaire Alex Noel 714 3.14 -0.15

Quebec general election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Action démocratique Sébastien Proulx 10,247 37.20
     Liberal André Gabias 7,862 28.54
bgcolor=""|     Parti Québécois Jean-Pierre Adam 7,672 27.85
     Québec solidaire André Lemay 907 3.29

     Independent Stéphan Vincent 121 0.44

See also

References

External links

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

Neighbouring electoral districts

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