PC incumbent Gary Crossman retains Hampton riding in the 2020 election.
Hampton was created as a new riding during the 2013 redistricting process from parts of former districts Hampton-Kings, Kings East, Saint John Fundy, Quispamsis, Rothesay and Saint John East.
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Liberal: Carley Parish
Progressive Conservative: Gary Crossman (incumbent)
NDP: Alexander Miller White
Green: John Sabine
People’s Alliance: Sharon Rose Bradley-Munn
PC incumbent Gary Crossman retained his seat with 49.2 per cent of the vote.
Crossman defeated Liberal candidate Carley Parish, who earned 19.3 per cent of the vote, and Dana Hansen of the People’s Alliance, who raked in 16.5 per cent.
Bev Harrison, a former PC MLA who represented Hampton-Kings in 1978, 1982, 2006, 2010 and 2013, had initially said he would not run in the 2014 election but later announced he would run as an NDP candidate in the newly formed Hampton district.
Harrison would be defeated by PC candidate Gary Crossman, who won with 38.7 per cent of the vote. Harrison earned 26 per cent of the vote.
Hampton-Kings, Kings East, Saint John Fundy, Quispamsis, Rothesay and Saint John East all elected PC candidates in the 2010 general election.