New Brunswick election: Tracadie-Sheila

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Liberal incumbent Serge Rouselle, who had served in multiple cabinet positions during his term, is not re-offering in the 2018 election.

Before Rouselle was elected in 2014 the district had been a solid Tory riding.


Liberal: Keith Chiasson

Progressive Conservative: Claude Landry

  • Served as MLA for the Tracadie-Sheila riding from 2006 to 2010

NDP: Francis Duguay

  • Civil engineering technician with the Department of Transport and Infrastructure

Green: Nancy Benoit

Independent: Stéphane Richardson

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Liberal candidate Serge Rouselle defeated PC incumbent Claude Landry in the 2014 election.

Rouselle earned 64.6 per cent of the vote while Landry earned 24 per cent.


2010 saw PC incumbent Claude Landry retain his seat in Tracadie-Sheila.