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P.E.I. 2019 provincial election results
'No' side pleased with status quo after P.E.I. electoral reform referendum
Voter turnout dips below 80 per cent in 2019 P.E.I. election
P.E.I. Green leader open to working with King, Liberals
P.E.I. election 2019 Prince County district profiles
Ahead by a country mile: Second win felt surreal for Kensington-Malpeque’s Matthew MacKay
Sonny Gallant remains MLA for Evangeline-Miscouche
As incumbent Liberal MLA Sonny Gallant stood fixated on the election results flashing across the television screen, one of his sons gently tapped him on the side. “Breathe!” he reminded his father. Gallant smiled, his attention ...
PC Jamie Fox easily holds seat in Borden-Kinkora
Jamie Fox is ready to go to work in District 19 Borden-Kinkora. On Tuesday night, his party, the Progressive Conservatives, was elected to lead P.E.I. Fox held his seat easily in his home district. The former Borden police chief built and ran ...
Ernie Hudson unseats cabinet minister in Alberton-Bloomfield
He said health care and education were concerns he heard often at the doorstep, and he also heard that the electorate felt it was time for a change. ...
Altass unseats cabinet minister Biggar in District 23 Tyne Valley-Sherbrooke
P.E.I.’s rising Green tide has swept over Tyne Valley-Sherbrooke, unseating veteran Liberal cabinet minister Paula Biggar. Trish Altass claimed District 23 Tyne Valley-Sherbrooke for her Green party Tuesday night and will join eight other ...
Summerside goes Green in 2019 P.E.I. election
Summerside has gone green. After three election cycles, Liberal party candidates in Districts 21 and 22 have been unseated. Incumbent cabinet ministers Chris Palmer (District 21 Summerside-Wilmot) and Tina Mundy (District 22 Summerside-South ...
Prince County cabinet ministers ousted in P.E.I. general election
Prince County is no longer primarily red. Out of seven Liberal incumbents in western P.E.I.’s nine electoral districts, just three were re-elected during Tuesday’s provincial general election. Liberal incumbent Pat Murphy lost his ...
P.E.I. voters split on electoral reform
Decision '19. While the Yes side is disappointed in the way the referendum turned out, an advocate for electoral reform says Tuesday’s results show that a significant portion of P.E.I. supports a mixed member proportional ...
P.E.I. NDP leader says party will rebuild after poor election showing
NDP leader Joe Byrne remained upbeat despite both him and his party being pummeled at the polls. The New Democratic Party won no seats and managed only about three per cent of the popular vote in Tuesday’s election that saw the Progressive ...
MacKay keeps District 20 Kensington-Malpeque seat in P.E.I. election
Decision '19. KENSINGTON, P.E.I. - PC incumbent Matthew MacKay easily held on in his home district of Kensington-Malpeque. District 20 made headlines across the country when another Matthew ...
UPDATE: Tide turns against MacLauchlan, P.E.I. Liberals
Liberal leader Wade MacLauchlan summed it up simply — when the tide turns, the tide turns. MacLauchlan watched Tuesday night’s election results with a room full of supporters and party workers in Stanhope. It was a rather sombre ...