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|Updated: Sep. 28, 2010, 12:36 AM ADT|
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New Brunswick Votes Headlines
- N.B. Tories win majority government
- The Progressive Conservatives have defeated the ruling Liberals and will form a majority government in New Brunswick.
- Graham may not join Grits in opposition
- The New Brunswick Liberals will end up on the opposition side of the legislature, but they may go without leader Shawn Graham.
- Half of Liberal cabinet defeated
- Liberal Leader Shawn Graham may be returning to the legislature, but many of his cabinet colleagues won’t be coming back with him.
- Saint John turns Tory blue
- The Progressive Conservatives swept all 10 seats in the Saint John area in Monday’s provincial election
- Fredericton goes to the Tories
- The Progressive Conservatives took all nine ridings in Fredericton.
- NDP leader defeated in Tracadie-Sheila
- The leader of the New Brunswick NDP, Roger Duguay, lost his bid to win the party’s first seat in the legislature since 2004 when he was defeated in his riding of Tracadie-Sheila in Monday’s provincial election.
- People’s Alliance leader loses bid for seat
- The People’s Alliance joined the Green Party of New Brunswick as new parties on the ballot in the 2010 election.
- No seats for Green Party
- The Green Party has failed to win a seat in its first New Brunswick election.
- N.B voters elect 8 women
- New Brunswickers are sending two more women to the legislative assembly.
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