New Brunswick election: Moncton South

PC Greg Turner beats Liberal incumbent in Moncton South in the 2020 election.

Riding background

Moncton South was a new riding created during the 2013 redistricting process. It contains portions of the former ridings of Moncton West and Moncton East.

The entire riding is now inside the City of Moncton and includes downtown Moncton.


Liberal: Tyson Miller

Progressive Conservative: Greg Turner

NDP: Rebecca Rogers

Green: Josephine Watson

People’s Alliance: Marilyn Crossman-Riel

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Liberal incumbent Cathy Rogers won the seat with 47.4 per cent of the vote in the 2018 election.

She defeated PC candidate Moira Murphy, who earned 32 per cent of the vote.


The 2014 election saw Liberal candidate Cathy Rogers defeat PC candidate Susan Stultz, the incumbent for the former riding of Moncton West.


PC candidate Susan Stultz defeated Liberal candidate Anne Marie Picone Ford in the 2010 election.

Stultz earned 48.5 per cent of the vote while Ford earned 32.7 of the vote.