PC incumbent Andrea Anderson-Mason retains seat in Fundy-The-Isles Saint John West in the 2020 election.
The 2013 redistricting process saw the creation of a new riding: Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West.
The riding had been held by the Liberals since 2003 until PC candidate Andrea Anderson-Mason pulled off a shocker in 2018.
Liberal: Tony Mann
Progressive Conservative: Andrea Aderson-Mason (incumbent)
- Served as Minister of Justice and Attorney General
NDP: Sharon R. Greenlaw
Green: Lois P Mitchell
People’s Alliance: Vincent P. Edgett
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Anderson-Mason defeated Liberal incumbent Rick Doucet in one of the more shocking results in the 2018 election.
Doucet had held the seat since 2003 but only earned 30.3 per cent of the vote in 2018.
Anderson-Mason won by earning 47.6 per cent.
She defeated People’s Alliance candidate Doug Ellis, who earned 13.8 per cent of the vote, and Green candidate Romney Frances Heuff, who earned 5.9 per cent.
The 2014 election saw two incumbent MLAs compete against one another in the newly created district.
Doucet, the incumbent for Charlotte-The Isles, ran against Tory candidate Jim (Doc) Parrott, the incumbent from Fundy-River Valley.
Doucet won the race, earning 62.5 per cent of the vote, while Parrott earned 25.4 per cent.
Doucet retained his seat in Charlotte-The Isles with 51.36 per cent of the vote.