Quebec General Election

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Laurier-Dorion - Election Results
... Quebec general election, 2012 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Gerry Sklavounos 10,987 34.08 -8.82 Parti Québécois Badiona Bazin 8,524 26.44 -7.38 Québec solidaire Andrés Fontecilla 7,844 24.33 ... Result compared to Action démocratique Quebec general election, 2008 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Gerry Sklavounos 9,769 42.90 +3.24 Parti. 1995 Quebec referendum Side Votes % Non 25,924 62.78 Oui 15,372 37.22 Quebec general election, 1994 Laurier-Dorion Party Candidate Votes % Liberal Christos Sirros 18,522 55.53 Parti Québécois Benoit Henry 11,592 34 ...
Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne - Election Results
... Quebec general election, 2012 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Marguerite Blais Parti Québécois Sophie Stanké Québec solidaire Nicolas Boisclair ...
Lotbinière (provincial Electoral District) - Election Results
... Quebec general election, 2008 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Action démocratique Sylvie Roy 9,659 43.98 -15.24 Liberal Julie Champagne 7,577 34.50 +12.61 Parti Québécois Guy St-Pi ... +8.21 Ralliement créditiste Gaston Judd 1,055 4.46 -25.47 Quebec general election, 1973 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Georges-J.-P ...
Groupe Socialiste Des Travailleurs Du Québec
... travailleurs du Québec or GST (in English Quebec Socialist Workers' Group) was a far left political movement founded in 1973 by militants of the Fourth International in the province of Quebec, Canada ... (NPD-Québec) and the Regroupement des militants syndicaux that contested seats in the 1976 Quebec general election ... The GST also ran independent candidates in the 1981 Quebec general election ...

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