Marguerite-D'Youville

Marguerite-D'Youville is a former provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada that elected members to the National Assembly of Quebec. As of its final election, it consisted of the cities of Boucherville and Sainte-Julie.

Marguerite-D'Youville
Quebec electoral district
Defunct provincial electoral district
LegislatureNational Assembly of Quebec
District created1992
District abolished2011
First contested1994
Last contested2008
Demographics
Population (2001)62,832
Electors (2008)[1]51,956
Area (km²)[2]132.55
Census divisionsLongueuil (part), Marguerite D'Youville (part)
Census subdivisionsBoucherville, Sainte-Julie

It was created for the 1994 election from Bertrand and named after Saint Marie-Marguerite d'Youville, founder of the Order of Sisters of Charity of the Hôpital Général of Montreal. Its final election was in 2008. It disappeared in the 2012 election and the successor electoral district was Montarville.[3]

In the 1995 Quebec referendum it voted 59% for Quebec to separate.

Members of the National AssemblyEdit

  1. François Beaulne, Parti Québécois (1994–2003)
  2. Pierre Moreau, Liberal (2003–2007)
  3. Simon-Pierre Diamond, Action démocratique (2007–2008)
  4. Monique Richard, Parti Québécois (2008–2012)

Election resultsEdit

2008 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Parti Québécois Monique Richard 14,533 39.75 +8.70
  Liberal Jean-Robert Grenier 13,119 35.88 +8.68
Action démocratique Simon-Pierre Diamond 6,750 18.46 -18.61
Green Thomas Goyette-Levac 1,097 3.00 -
Québec solidaire Hugo Bergeron 1,064 2.91 -1.76
2007 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Action démocratique Simon-Pierre Diamond 15,536 37.07 +20.39
Parti Québécois Sébastien Gagnon 13,015 31.05 -8.14
  Liberal Pierre Moreau 11,401 27.20 -14.18
Québec solidaire Daniel Michelin 1,958 4.67 +3.31*

* Increase is from UFP

2003 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Pierre Moreau 16,368 41.38 +10.84
Parti Québécois François Beaulne 15,501 39.19 -15.09
Action démocratique Luc Pommainville 6,596 16.68 +2.95
Bloc Pot Yan Lacombe 550 1.39 +0.55
UFP Maxime Babeu 536 1.36
Total valid votes 39,551 98.74
Rejected and declined votes 506 1.26 +0.31
Turnout 40,057 81.93 -4.74
Electors on the lists 48,892
Source: Official Results, Government of Quebec
Liberal gain from Parti Québécois Swing +12.97
1998 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Parti Québécois François Beaulne 21,224 54.28 -3.74
Liberal Guy Lafrance 11,941 30.54 -7.44
Action démocratique Nicolas Gaboury 5,370 13.73
Bloc Pot Hugô St-Onge 327 0.84
Socialist Democracy Jonathan Bérubé 240 0.61
Total valid votes 39,102 99.05
Rejected and declined votes 376 0.95 -2.63
Turnout 39,478 86.67 -0.49
Electors on the lists 45,548
Source: Official Results, Government of Quebec
Parti Québécois hold Swing +5.59
1995 Quebec referendum
Side Votes %
Oui 23,778 59.01
Non 16,520 40.99
1994 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Parti Québécois François Beaulne 19,995 58.02
Liberal Claude Savaria 13,089 37.98
Green Jean Dury 822 2.39
Natural Law Jacinthe Vidal 554 1.61
Total valid votes 34,460 96.42
Rejected and declined votes 1,281 3.58
Turnout 35,741 87.16
Electors on the lists 41,008
Source: Official Results, Government of Quebec

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.electionsquebec.qc.ca/english/provincial/electoral-map/general-information-on-the-provincial-electoral-divisions.php?bsq=234&section=population
  2. ^ http://www.electionsquebec.qc.ca/english/provincial/electoral-map/general-information-on-the-provincial-electoral-divisions.php?bsq=234&section=superficie
  3. ^ Commission de la représentation électorale (January 2012). "The electoral map of Québec 2011: Final Report" (PDF). Retrieved March 21, 2012.

External linksEdit

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Coordinates: 45°35′17″N 73°24′40″W / 45.588°N 73.411°W / 45.588; -73.411