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  Rayes, Alain
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<-  2019-04-01  
 
NameAlain Rayes
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InfoAlain Rayes is a Victoriaville native and the eldest of four children. He became involved in his community at an early age, working as a soccer coach in Quebec’s AAA league before taking over the Victoriaville soccer tournament, which he helped grow into one of Quebec’s top three tournaments.

In school, he earned a Bachelor of Education in mathematics and computers, followed by a Master of School Administration. He began his career as a teacher before moving into administrative positions, including as principal of Polyvalente Le Boisé high school in Victoriaville. He first entered politics as a candidate for the Action démocratique du Québec party, under the leadership of Mario Dumont, in 2003. Fuelled by his passion for politics and community service, he became mayor of Victoriaville in 2009. After six years at the city’s helm, he made the leap into federal politics and, in October 2015, was elected as the member for Richmond-Arthabaska for the Conservative Party. Since then, he has taken on numerous roles in Parliament and, in June 2017, was named Quebec Political Lieutenant by Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer.

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  10/21/2019 QC Parliament - Richmond—Arthabaska Won 45.43% (+17.27%)
  10/19/2015 QC Parliament - Richmond—Arthabaska Won 31.57% (+6.90%)
  04/14/2003 QC National Assembly - Arthabaska Lost 33.07% (-3.70%)
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