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  QC National Assembly
INCUMBENT
  PartyParti Libéral du Québec
Name Parti Libéral du Québec
Won04/07/2014
Votes70 (56.00%)
Margin40 (+32.00%)
Term04/08/2014 - 04/08/2018
National Assembly
  QC National Assembly - Popular Vote  Parti Libéral du Québec 0 14 +16.14%
Riding
  Abitibi-Est  Guy Bourgeois 1 14 +10.47%
  Abitibi-Ouest  François Gendron 5 14 +7.53%
  Acadie  Christine St-Pierre 4 14 +59.28%
  Anjou-Louis-Riel  Lise Thériault 5 14 +27.61%
  Argenteuil  Yves St-Denis 1 14 +6.44%
  Arthabaska  Sylvie Roy 5 14 +15.27%
  Îles-de-la-Madeleine  Germain Chevarie 2 14 +9.90%
  Beauce-Nord  André Spénard 2 14 +13.64%
  Beauce-Sud  Robert Dutil 3 14 +12.28%
  Beauharnois  Guy Leclair 3 14 +10.74%
  Bellechasse  Dominique Vien 4 14 +16.09%
  Berthier  André Villeneuve 3 14 +8.56%
  Bertrand  Claude Cousineau 5 14 +10.41%
   Blainville  Mario Laframboise 1 14 +4.40%
  Bonaventure  Sylvain Roy 2 14 +3.50%
  Borduas  Simon Jolin-Barrette 1 14 +0.23%
  Bourassa-Sauvé  Rita de Santis 2 14 +41.41%
  Bourget  Maka Kotto 3 14 +8.92%
  Brome-Missisquoi  Pierre Paradis 5 14 +16.60%
  Côte-du-Sud  Norbert Morin 4 14 +26.61%
  Chambly  Jean-François Roberge 1 14 +1.15%
  Champlain  Pierre-Michel Auger 2 14 +3.01%
  Chapleau  Marc Carrière 3 14 +39.35%
  Charlesbourg  François Blais 1 14 +9.64%
  Charlevoix–Côte-de-Beaupré  Caroline Simard 1 14 +2.38%
  Chauveau  Véronyque Tremblay 0 15 +7.75%
  Châteauguay  Pierre Moreau 4 14 +26.71%
  Chicoutimi  Stéphane Bédard 5 14 +4.92%
  Chomedey  Guy Ouellette 4 14 +61.53%
  Chutes-de-la-Chaudière  Marc Picard 5 14 +15.19%
  Crémazie  Marie Montpetit 1 14 +7.39%
  D'Arcy-McGee  David Birnbaum 1 14 +89.71%
  Deux-Montagnes  Benoît Charette 2 14 +2.19%
  Drummond–Bois-Francs  Sébastien Schneeberger 3 14 +13.62%
  Dubuc  Serge Simard 2 14 +8.89%
  Duplessis  Lorraine Richard 5 14 +1.78%
  Fabre  Gilles Ouimet 2 14 +34.28%
  Gaspé  Gaetan Lelièvre 2 14 +18.23%
  Gatineau  Stéphanie Vallée 4 14 +44.07%
  Gouin  Françoise David 2 14 +30.66%
  Granby  François Bonnardel 4 14 +31.10%
  Groulx  Claude Surprenant 1 14 +0.62%
  Hochelaga-Maisonneuve  Carole Poirier 3 14 +4.29%
  Hull  Maryse Gaudreault 3 14 +33.33%
  Huntingdon  Stéphane Billette 3 14 +24.91%
  Iberville  Claire Samson 1 14 +2.72%
  Jacques-Cartier  Geoff Kelley 7 14 +79.52%
  Jean-Lesage  André Drolet 3 14 +13.49%
  Jean-Talon  Sébastien Proulx 1 15 +11.80%
  Jeanne-Mance-Viger  Filomena Rotiroti 3 14 +69.94%
  Johnson  André Lamontagne 1 14 +4.91%
  Joliette  Véronique Hivon 3 14 +17.26%
  Jonquière  Sylvain Gaudreault 4 14 +16.88%
  L'Assomption  François Legault 5 14 +18.93%
  La Peltrie  Éric Caire 4 14 +16.53%
  La Pinière  Gaétan Barrette 1 14 +34.82%
  La Prairie  Richard Merlini 2 14 +1.33%
  Labelle  Sylvain Pagé 5 14 +20.13%
  Lac-Saint-Jean  Alexandre Cloutier 4 14 +16.34%
  LaFontaine  Marc Tanguay 2 14 +62.42%
  Laporte  Nicole Ménard 4 14 +23.53%
  Laurier-Dorion  Gerry Sklavounos 4 14 +18.50%
  Laval-des-Rapides  Saul Polo 1 14 +13.04%
   Laviolette  Julie Boulet 5 14 +29.33%
  Lévis  François Paradis 0 14 +14.33%
  Lotbinière-Frontenac  Laurent Lessard 5 14 +19.18%
  Louis-Hébert  Sam Hamad 5 14 +23.30%
  Marguerite-Bourgeoys  Robert Poeti 2 14 +56.22%
  Marie-Victorin  Bernard Drainville 4 14 +12.12%
  Marquette  François Ouimet 5 14 +47.99%
  Maskinongé  Marc H. Plante 1 14 +10.95%
  Masson  Mathieu Lemay 1 14 +1.55%
  Matane-Matapédia  Pascal Bérubé 4 14 +38.38%
  Mégantic  Ghislain Bolduc 2 14 +11.14%
  Mercier  Amir Khadir 3 14 +23.17%
  Mille-Îles  Francine Charbonneau 3 14 +24.98%
  Mirabel  Sylvie D'Amours 1 14 +4.96%
  Mont-Royal  Pierre Arcand 4 14 +73.25%
  Montarville  Nathalie Roy 2 14 +3.75%
  Montmorency  Raymond Bernier 3 14 +6.59%
  Nelligan  Martin Coiteux 1 14 +70.87%
  Nicolet-Bécancour  Donald Martel 2 14 +10.83%
  Notre-Dame-de-Grâce  Kathleen Weil 3 14 +69.19%
  Orford  Pierre Reid 5 14 +17.86%
  Outremont  Hélène David 1 14 +39.40%
  Papineau  Alexandre Iraca 2 14 +25.70%
  Pointe-aux-Trembles  Nicole Léger 4 14 +19.16%
  Pontiac  André Fortin 1 14 +66.82%
  Portneuf  Michel Matte 2 14 +3.43%
  René-Lévesque  Marjolain Dufour 5 14 +33.23%
  Repentigny  Lise Lavallée 1 14 +2.46%
  Richelieu  Sylvain Rochon 0 15 +3.50%
  Richmond  Karine Vallières 2 14 +13.55%
  Rimouski  Harold LeBel 1 14 +10.59%
  Rivière-du-Loup–Témiscouata  Jean D'Amour 2 14 +27.75%
  Robert-Baldwin  Carlos Leitao 1 14 +82.14%
  Roberval  Philippe Couillard 3 14 +21.84%
  Rosemont  Jean-François Lisée 2 14 +4.31%
  Rousseau  Nicolas Marceau 2 14 +2.03%
  Rouyn-Noranda-Témiscamingue  Luc Blanchette 1 14 +5.74%
  Saint-François  Guy Hardy 1 14 +5.62%
  Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne  Marguerite Blais 4 14 +30.62%
  Saint-Hyacinthe  Chantal Soucy 1 14 +3.02%
  Saint-Jérôme  Pierre Karl Péladeau 1 14 +5.29%
  Saint-Jean  Dave Turcotte 3 14 +1.35%
  Saint-Laurent  Jean-Marc Fournier 4 14 +74.16%
  Saint-Maurice  Pierre Giguère 1 14 +2.66%
  Sainte-Marie-Saint-Jacques  Manon Massé 1 14 +0.33%
  Sainte-Rose  Jean Habel 1 14 +14.92%
  Sanguinet  Alain Therrien 2 14 +3.30%
  Sherbrooke  Luc Fortin 1 14 +5.46%
  Soulanges  Lucie Charlebois 5 14 +22.77%
  Taillon  Diane Lamarre 1 14 +3.82%
  Taschereau  Agnès Maltais 5 14 +1.26%
  Terrebonne  Mathieu Traversy 3 14 +1.86%
  Trois-Rivières  Jean-Denis Girard 1 14 +10.77%
  Ungava  Jean Boucher 1 14 +9.32%
  Vachon  Martine Ouellet 2 14 +0.49%
  Vanier-Les Rivières  Patrick Huot 2 14 +9.16%
  Vaudreuil  Marie-Claude Nichols 1 14 +45.23%
  Verchères  Stéphane Bergeron 4 14 +12.24%
  Verdun  Jacques Daoust 1 14 +26.22%
  Viau  David Heurtel 1 14 +47.31%
  Vimont  Jean Rousselle 2 14 +27.05%
  Westmount-Saint-Louis  Jacques Chagnon 5 14 +76.67%


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