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Côte-du-Sud is a provincial electoral district in the Bas-Saint-Laurent and Chaudière-Appalaches regions of Quebec, Canada, which elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the entire territory of the following regional county municipalities: Montmagny, L'Islet, Kamouraska; larger towns include Montmagny and La Pocatière.

Côte-du-Sud
Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
LegislatureNational Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Marie-Eve Proulx
Coalition Avenir Québec
District created2011
First contested2012
Last contested2018
Demographics
Population (2006)64,187
Electors (2014)[1]50,550
Area (km²)[2]7,564.4
Pop. density (per km²)8.5
Census divisionsMontmagny, L'Islet, Kamouraska
Census subdivisionsBerthier-sur-Mer, Cap-Saint-Ignace, Kamouraska, La Pocatière, Lac-Frontière, L'Islet, Mont-Carmel, Montmagny, Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, Rivière-Ouelle, Saint-Adalbert, Saint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska, Saint-André, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière, Saint-Antoine-de-l'Isle-aux-Grues, Sainte-Apolline-de-Patton, Saint-Aubert, Saint-Bruno-de-Kamouraska, Saint-Cyrille-de-Lessard, Saint-Damase-de-L'Islet, Saint-Denis, Sainte-Euphémie-sur-Rivière-du-Sud, Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, Sainte-Félicité, Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Saint-Gabriel-Lalemant, Saint-Germain, Sainte-Hélène, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Saint-Joseph-de-Kamouraska, Saint-Just-de-Bretenières, Sainte-Louise, Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard, Saint-Marcel, Saint-Omer, Saint-Onésime-d'Ixworth, Saint-Pacôme, Saint-Pamphile, Saint-Pascal, Saint-Paul-de-Montminy, Sainte-Perpétue, Saint-Philippe-de-Néri, Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, Tourville; Petit-Lac-Sainte-Anne, Picard

It was created for the 2012 election from all of the former Montmagny-L'Islet and part of the former Kamouraska-Témiscouata electoral districts.[3]

Members of the National AssemblyEdit

Legislature Years Member Party
Riding created from Montmagny-L'Islet
and Kamouraska-Témiscouata
40th  2012–2014     Norbert Morin Liberal
41st  2014–2018
42nd  2018–present     Marie-Eve Proulx Coalition Avenir Québec

Election resultsEdit

2018 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Coalition Avenir Québec Marie-Eve Proulx 17,595 53.64 +30.37
Liberal Simon Laboissonnière 7,212 21.99 -27.90
Québec solidaire Guillaume Dufour 3,560 10.85 +5.36
Parti Québécois Michel Forget 3,315 10.11 -9.01
Conservative Marc Roussin 575 1.75 +0.97
Parti nul Renaud Blais 304 0.93 -0.07
Bloc Pot Gabriel Dubé 238 0.73
Total valid votes 32,799 98.39
Total rejected ballots 538 1.61 +0.48
Turnout 33,337 66.83 -2.75
Eligible voters 49,881
Coalition Avenir Québec gain from Liberal Swing +29.13
2014 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Norbert Morin 17,348 49.88 +10.98
Coalition Avenir Québec Mireille Caron 8,093 23.27 -6.51
Parti Québécois André Simard 6,649 19.12 -6.62
Québec solidaire Simon Côté 1,910 5.49 +2.11
Parti nul Renaud Blais 347 1.00
Conservative Gaétan Mercier 272 0.78
Option nationale Joël Leblanc-Lavoie 158 0.45 -1.02
Total valid votes 34,777 98.87
Total rejected ballots 398 1.13 -0.11
Turnout 35,175 69.58 -2.64
Electors on the lists 50,550
Liberal hold Swing +8.74
2012 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Norbert Morin 14,047 38.91
Coalition Avenir Québec François Lagacé 10,751 29.78
Parti Québécois André Simard 9,293 25.74
Québec solidaire Josée Michaud 1,221 3.38
Option nationale Marc-André Robert 532 1.47
Équipe autonomiste Serge Lévesque 259 0.72
Total valid votes 36,103 98.76
Total rejected ballots 454 1.24
Turnout 36,557 72.22
Electors on the lists 50,617

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.electionsquebec.qc.ca/english/provincial/electoral-map/general-information-on-the-provincial-electoral-divisions-2011.php?bsq=683&section=population
  2. ^ http://www.electionsquebec.qc.ca/english/provincial/electoral-map/general-information-on-the-provincial-electoral-divisions-2011.php?bsq=683&section=superficie
  3. ^ Commission de la représentation électorale (January 2012). "The electoral map of Québec 2011: Final Report" (PDF). Retrieved March 21, 2012.

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