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Liberal leader Stephen McNeil sweeps his riding of Annapolis

Liberal leader Stephen McNeil addresses supporters as he makes a campaign stop in Elmsdale, N.S. on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. .
Liberal leader Stephen McNeil addresses supporters as he makes a campaign stop in Elmsdale, N.S. on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. . THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Liberal leader Stephen McNeil won his seat with a landslide victory in the riding of Annapolis.

McNeil took 75. 4 per cent of the vote as his party swept the province, defeating the NDP government.

Progressive Conservative and Barnwood Inn owner Ginny Hurlock is trailed behind with 14.1  per cent, followed by New Democrat Henry Spurr with 8.2 per cent.

Green Party candidate Ron Neufield 2.3 per cent of the vote.

MacNeil won the seat by wide margins in the past three elections.  In 2009 he turfed his competitors by 5315 votes in the largest margin of victory of the election.

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