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General Election, 2004: New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK

Acadie--Bathurst

Godin, Yvon (NDP) ................................................... 23,857

Rousselle, Serge (Lib.) ............................................... 14,452

Bernard, Joel E. (C) ..................................................... 4,841

Lanteigne, Mario (G) ................................................... 1,085

Beauséjour

LeBlanc, Dominic (Lib.) ............................................ 21,934

Vautour, Angela (C) ................................................... 11,604

Bourque, Omer (NDP) ................................................ 6,056

Girouard, Anna (G) ..................................................... 1,574

Fredericton

Scott, Andy (Lib.) ..................................................... 19,819

Fox, Kent (C) ............................................................. 14,193

Carty, John (NDP) ...................................................... 7,360

Letts, Daron (G) ............................................................. 997

Fundy

Moore, Rob (C) ......................................................... 14,997

Herron, John (Lib.) .................................................... 11,635

Hanratty, Pat (NDP) ................................................... 5,417

Bach, Karin (G) ........................................................... 1,051

Amos, David Raymond (Ind.) ........................................ 358

Madawaska--Restigouche

D'Amours, Jean-Claude J.C. (Lib.) ........................... 14,144

Martin, Rodolphe (NDP) ............................................ 8,737

Violette, Benoit (C) ...................................................... 7,605

Cyr, Jovette (G) ......................................................... 1,185

Miramichi

Hubbard, Charles Isaac (Lib.) .................................... 15,647

Morrison, Michael J. (C) ............................................. 9,448

Rousselle, Hilaire (NDP) ............................................. 5,980

Sanipass, Garry (G) ..................................................... 1,468

Moncton--Riverview--Dieppe

Bradshaw, Claudette (Lib.) ........................................ 25,266

LeBlanc, Jean (C) ....................................................... 10,003

Lapointe, Hélène (NDP) .............................................. 5,344

Hamel, Judith (G) ........................................................ 1,998

St. Croix--Belleisle

Thompson, Greg (C) ................................................. 16,339

Dunlap, Jim (Lib.) ....................................................... 9,702

Webber, Patrick (NDP) ................................................ 3,600

Millett, Erik Matthew (G) ............................................. 960

Szemerda, David (CAP) ................................................. 194

Saint John

Zed, Paul (Lib.) .......................................................... 15,725

McVicar, Bob (C) ...................................................... 12,212

Albright, Terry (NDP) ................................................. 6,926

Cormier, Johathan (G) .................................................... 807

Wood, Jim (MP) ............................................................. 369

Oland, Tom (Ind.) ........................................................... 290

Tobique--Mactaquac

Savoy, Andy (Lib.) .................................................... 16,787

Allen, Mike (C) ......................................................... 13,779

Mapplebeck, Jason (NDP) .......................................... 2,957

Jones, Scott (G) ........................................................... 1,282

Avalon

Efford, R. John (Lib.) ................................................ 18,335

Dalton, Rick (C) .......................................................... 9,211

Kehoe, Michael (NDP) ................................................ 3,450

Ferguson, Don C. (G) ..................................................... 430

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