Canadian Federal Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
David Price
Bloc Québécois:
Gaston Leroux
Canadian Alliance:
Marc Carrier
Progressive Conservative Party:
Mary Ann Dewey-Plante
New Democratic Party:
Christine Moore
Natural Law Party:
Marc Roy

David Price

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Surrounding Ridings:

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20/10/00 J Smith Email:
Price won this riding simply because of Charest. The Liberals are weak here, and the Bloc have targeted this riding. They will not loose this riding again. The Bloc will gain this seat.
30/10/00 A.S.
The "weak Liberal base" in the '97 "Charest PC" riding is illusory; remember what happened in the "weakest" Quebec Liberal riding of them all, Sherbrooke, after Charest stepped down--a BQ-Lib dead heat! Therefore don't assume that either Price or Saint-Jacques have jumped into a vacuum with their defection--more likely, the vacuum is what they left behind. And incumbency + your usual Eastern Townships Anglo/federalist tracts + the fact that the '93 BQ total wasn't *that* great (under 50%) = a Price advantage...barring, of course, a Liberal backlash...which could happen...
03/11/00 Blake Robert
David Price is an opportunistic dork. He was a putz as a tory MP, and he's a putz without a cause as a Liberal MP. Look for the Bloc to act strongly on the anti-Price momentum and steal this riding.
08/11/00 randy gorman
david price was elected as a conservative,he will be re-elected as a liberal. the winds of change not just in the gaspe but in quebec as a whole are blowing strong,and the liberals are benefitting.
20/11/00 Jean-Sébastien Paquin Email:
David Price wil pay the price for his oppurtunism. This riding is quite sovergnist(sp?) and the PC is quite liked in the area. If the Bloq loose, it will be a conservative. Liberal will be a distant 3rd.
22/11/00 WJM Email:
All three provincial districts overlapping the federal riding have voted for the PLQ with a >50 per cent majority; two of the three voted Non in 1995, with St-François a very marginal Oui district. This is also an area on the outskirts of Sherbrooke where the municipal reform controversy could harm the BQ. A tight race, but Price will probably come out on top.

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