Education Minister Dominic Cardy re-elected in Fredericton West-Hanwell in the 2020 election.
Fredericton West-Hanwell district includes the southwestern part of Fredericton and neighbouring communities of Hanwell and Kingsclear and the Kingsclear First Nation.
The districts that formed Fredericton West-Hanwell have traditionally voted Tory. That trend continued in 2014 and 2018.
Liberal: Chris Duffie
- He launched Terra Consultants, a small IT service centre in Fredericton in 1995. It is now a computer sales and service company, with a large-format graphics division.
- Duffie was uncontested for the Fredericton West-Hanwell MLA candidacy.
Progressive Conservative: Dominic Cardy
- Has served as Education minister in the PC government
- Served as the leader of the NDP from 2011 until Jan. 1, 2017
NDP: Armand Cormier
Green: Susan Jonah
People’s Alliance: Mel Keeling
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Progressive Conservative candidate Dominic Cardy, who ran for NDP in 2014, won with 31.8 per cent of the vote defeating Liberal Cindy Miles.
Fredericton West-Hanwell was created from former ridings York and Fredericton-Silverwood as part of the 2013 redistricting.
Brian Macdonald defeated then-NDP leader Dominic Cardy in the riding, winning 35.2 per cent of the vote compared to Cardy’s 29.7 per cent.
Former districts Fredericton-Silverwood and York went to the PCs in the 2010 election.
Carl Urquhart won the York riding with 56.2 per cent of the vote, while Brian Macdonald won Fredericton-Silverwood with 38.5 per cent of the vote. Macdonald defeated Liberal incumbent Rick Miles, who earned 32.7 per cent of the vote.