Voters in Fundy Royal elected Rob Moore of the Conservative party in the 2019 election.
A rural riding on New Brunswick’s south coast, Fundy Rural was held by incumbent Liberal MP Alaina Lockhart.
This election looked like it was a rematch of the 2015 election.
Rob Moore, the longtime Conservative MP that Lockhart defeated in 2015, was able to take his old seat this year.
Liberal: Alaina Lockhart (Incumbent)
Conservative: Rob Moore
NDP: James Tolan
Green: Tim Thompson
PPC: Rudy Neumayer
Independent: David Raymond Amos
National Citizens Alliance of Canada: John Evans
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This riding covers the area between Saint John, Fredericton and Moncton. A boundary change this year means the community of Berry Mills, near Moncton, is now part of this riding.
Former Conservative MP Rob Moore was first elected here in 2004, replacing (and defeating) John Herron, a former PC MP who did not join the newly merged Conservative Party and ran for the Liberal Party instead.
With the sole exception Liberal MP Paul Zed, who was elected in 1993, the riding always elected a conservative candidate prior to 2015 when the Liberals swept the entire province.