In 2015, the federal election saw a red wave sweep across Atlantic Canada as the Liberals took all 32 seats in the region’s four provinces.
But there was no repeat in Canada’s 43rd general election on Monday with the Conservatives and Greens picking up seats in New Brunswick.
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Richard Bragdon is projected to defeat Liberal incumbent Kelsey MacDonald in the riding of Tobique-Mactaquac.
It’s a similar story in the riding of New Brunswick Southwest as John Williamson is projected to defeat Liberal incumbent Karen Ludwig.
Rob Moore has recaptured the riding of Fundy Royal for the Tories, defeating Liberal incumbent Alaina Lockhart.
The Green Party’s Jenica Atwin made history on Monday when she defeated Liberal incumbent Matt DeCourcey in the riding of Fredericton.
Atwin’s win made her the first member of the Green Party to represent Canada’s east coast.
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The Liberals retained six seats out the 10 ridings in the province.
Many of New Brunswick’s high-profile Liberal candidates retained their seats on Monday with incumbent Dominic LeBlanc leading the charge.
He’s projected to retain his seat in the riding of Beauséjour.
LeBlanc won his seat but is unlikely to address supporters this evening as he recovers from a battle with cancer at a hospital in Montreal.
2:40Federal Election 2019: Dominic LeBlanc’s campaign manager welcomes win
Federal Election 2019: Dominic LeBlanc’s campaign manager welcomes win
LeBlanc’s campaign manager, Victor Boudreau, said that LeBlanc would want to thank all of the volunteers, many of whom had volunteered on his first campaign in 1997.
“He’s been MP for about 19 years, people know him, they know what he stands for, they know what he’s able to do as MP and whatnot, so I think he had an impressive track record behind him, and he had that good team of volunteers,” said Boudreau.
Liberal incumbent Ginette Petitpas Taylor retained her seat in Moncton Riverview Dieppe while Wayne Long retained his seat in Saint John-Rothesay for the Grits.
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Robocalls attempt to misdirect voters
Results are set to come in amid reports of robocalls in Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick trying to misdirect voters by telling them to head to the polls at a future date.
Voters are being urged to report any such robocalls to officials at Elections Canada, which is reminding electors that Monday remains the last day they can vote in the federal election campaign.
“We have received reports about some electors receiving robocalls indicating that election day is on a date other than today (from Quebec, N.S. and N.B.),” said Ghislain Desjardins, a spokesperson for Elections Canada.
“We have no indication these calls are widespread. Today is election day, and the only day to vote.”
— With files from Amanda Connolly
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