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Justice Minister Ross Landry loses his seat in Pictou Centre

Nova Scotia Attorney General Ross Landry fields questions at a news conference in Halifax on Monday, Aug. 12, 2013.
Nova Scotia Attorney General Ross Landry fields questions at a news conference in Halifax on Monday, Aug. 12, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Justice Minister Ross Landry was booted from his seat in Pictou Centre, replaced by former Tory MLA Pat Dunn.

Dunn is raked 52 per cent of the votes, while Landry is took 30.1.

Dunn succeeded former Premier John Hamm in the riding in 2006 with a wide margin. He lost to Landry in the 2009 election by 131 votes, a first time NDP victory in the region which has long been a Tory stronghold.

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