Canadian Federal Election Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction
New Brunswick Southwest

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
Winston Gamblin
Canadian Alliance:
John Erbs
Progressive Conservative Party:
Gregory Thompson
New Democratic Party:
Habib Kilisli

Greg Thompson

Previous Result:

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17/10/00 Bluenoser Email:
Greg Thompson was a popular MP from 1988-1993. He only lost by 800 votes in the big sweep of 1993. It looks like Mr Thompson will be going back to Ottawa on the 27th.
17/10/00 A.S. Email:
Not bad for an obscure backbencher; in the '93 Kim Campbell wipeout, Thompson lost by only a full points and IIRC still had over 40%. He earned it back in a stomper in '97, and'll only lose it if that old Confederation of Regions undercurrent *really really* wants to coalesce around a CCRAPper in order to do Greg Thompson in...
29/10/00 J.P. Kirby
I remember watching the election night coverage in 1993 and seeing the PC go up to 3 at a few points. This was that 3rd riding. The MP, who I believe is a former mayor of a large town in the riding, is very popular and will be easily re-elected.
03/11/00 Mike Wakefield Email:
The Tories now trail the Alliance in New Brunswick, and both of them are 40(!!) points back of the Liberals. No one not wearing a red tie is safe here.
18/11/00 B. Cormier
Can't see the Tories losing this one. Greg Thompson seems to be popular and I hear the Liberal candidate is from the wrong end of the riding to garner any support in the most popular areas.

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