Charlottetown-Victoria Park

Charlottetown-Victoria Park is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, Canada. It consists of the entire downtown core of Charlottetown. It was previously known as Charlottetown-Kings Square.

Charlottetown-Victoria Park
Prince Edward Island electoral district
Coordinates:46°14′06″N 63°07′41″W / 46.235°N 63.128°W / 46.235; -63.128
Provincial electoral district
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island
MLA
 
 
 
Karla Bernard
Green
District created1996
First contested1996
Last contested2023
Demographics
Census division(s)Queens County
Census subdivision(s)Charlottetown

Members

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The riding has elected the following members of the Legislative Assembly:

Members of the Legislative Assembly for Charlottetown-Victoria Park
Assembly Years Member Party
See 5th Queens 1873–1996 and 6th Queens 1966–1996
60th 1996–1997 Wayne Cheverie Liberal
1997–2000 Richard Brown
61st 2000–2003 Bob MacMillan Progressive Conservative
62nd 2003–2007 Richard Brown Liberal
63rd 2007–2011
64th 2011–2015
65th 2015–2019
66th 2019–2023 Karla Bernard Green
67th 2023–present

Election results

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Charlottetown-Victoria Park, 2007–present

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2023 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Karla Bernard 1,052 42.0 +1.5
Progressive Conservative Tim Keizer 978 39.0 +18.2
Liberal Barb MacLeod 293 11.7 -16.2
New Democratic Joe Byrne 150 6.0 -4.8
Island Danni Moher 32 1.3
Total valid votes 2,505 100.0
Green hold Swing -4.8
Source(s)
2019 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Green Karla Bernard 1,272 40.5 +21.7 $5,713.87
Liberal Richard Brown 875 27.9 -11.5 $8,745.20
Progressive Conservative Tim Keizer 656 20.9 -6.6 $8,352.69
New Democratic Joe Byrne 338 10.8 -3.6 $20,244.92
Total valid votes/expense limit 3,141 99.5   $11,564.28
Rejected ballots 17 0.5
Turnout 3,158 74.55 −6.1
Eligible voters 4,236
Green gain from Liberal Swing +14.4
Source: Elections PEI[2]
2015 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Richard Brown 955 39.38 -11.75
Progressive Conservative Joey Kitson 666 27.46 +0.53
Green Darcie Lanthier 456 18.80 +5.94
New Democratic Chris Clay 348 14.35 +6.16
Total valid votes 2,425 100.0  
Liberal hold Swing -6.14
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2011 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Richard Brown 1,105 51.13 -2.45
Progressive Conservative Miles MacKinnon 582 26.93 -6.48
Green Sharon Labchuk 278 12.86 +7.07
New Democratic Rita Jackson 177 8.19 +0.97
Island Phillip Stewart 19 0.88
Total valid votes 2,161 100.0  
Liberal hold Swing +2.02
2007 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Richard Brown 1,536 53.58 +2.57
Progressive Conservative Jason Lee 958 33.41 -12.50
New Democratic Dean Constable 207 7.22 +4.13
Green Denise Reiser 166 5.79
Total valid votes 2,867 100.0  
Liberal hold Swing +7.54

2016 electoral reform plebiscite results

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2016 Prince Edward Island electoral reform referendum
Side Votes %
Mixed Member Proportional 411 33.86
Dual Member Proportional Representation 338 27.84
First Past the Post 251 20.68
Preferential Voting 122 10.05
First Past the Post plus leaders 92 7.58
Two-choice preferred result
Mixed Member Proportional 559 55.79
Dual Member Proportional Representation 443 44.21
Total votes cast 1,214 40.83
Registered voters 2,973
Source
"Plebiscite Report" (PDF).

Charlottetown-Kings Square, 1996–2007

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2003 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Richard Brown 1,420 51.01 +6.66
Progressive Conservative Bobby MacMillan 1,278 45.91 +0.97
New Democratic Kevin Roach 86 3.09 -7.62
Total valid votes 2,784 100.0  
Liberal gain from Progressive Conservative Swing +2.84
2000 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Conservative Bobby MacMillan 1,213 44.94 +8.51
Liberal Richard Brown 1,197 44.35 +1.68
New Democratic Lesley Sprague 289 10.71 -10.19
Total valid votes 2,699 100.0  
Progressive Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +3.42
Prince Edward Island provincial by-election, 17 November 1997
On the appointment of Wayne Cheverie to the Regulatory and Appeals Commission
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Richard Brown 1,019 42.67 -5.66
Progressive Conservative Brian McKenna 870 36.43 -2.20
New Democratic Leo Broderick 499 20.90 +7.86
Total valid votes 2,388 100.0  
Liberal hold Swing -1.73
1996 Prince Edward Island general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Wayne D. Cheverie 1,345 48.33
Progressive Conservative Brian McKenna 1,075 38.63
New Democratic Sibyl Frei 363 13.04
Total valid votes 2,783 100.0  
This riding was created from parts of the dual-member ridings of 5th Queens and 6th Queens.

References

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  1. ^ "2023 Election Results". Elections PEI. Retrieved April 5, 2023.
  2. ^ Garrity, Tim (November 12, 2019). Report of the Chief Electoral Officer of PEI: 2019 Provincial General Election (PDF) (Report). Elections Prince Edward Island. Retrieved April 5, 2023.
  3. ^ Elections Prince Edward Island (4 May 2015). "Provincial General Election - Unofficial Results 2015-05-04". Archived from the original on 2015-05-05. Retrieved 5 May 2015.