Canadian Federal Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction

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Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
Hon Paul Martin
Bloc Québécois:
Denis Martel
Canadian Alliance:
Giuseppe Joe De Santis
Progressive Conservative Party:
Deepak T. Massand
New Democratic Party:
David Bernans
Natural Law Party:
Gilles Bigras
Communist Party:
Irma Ortiz
Marijuana Party:
Mathieux St. Cyr

Hon Paul Martin

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11/10/00 Matt Email:
LaSalle Emard is home to Finance Minister Paul Martin. This riding has a nice blend of Francophones and Anglophones and Martin is VERY respected and has been very good to the residents of a very Middle to Low Income riding! I expect a very high voter turn out and a high percentage for Martin, who could very well be the next Prime Minister after Jean Chretien!
11/10/00 SAS Email:
Paul Martin won this riding a majority of 62% in 1997. The Finance Minster has kept a high profile in these good economic times and has supported his PM even though many want Martin to run for the office himself. Introducing the Mini-Budget a few days before the PM drops the writ can hurt either. This one is a lock for the Liberals.
13/10/00 Chris Delanoy
Prime Minister Paul Martin's home turf. Easy Liberal cakewalk.
22/10/00 Brad N. Email:
Paul Martin will of course win his seat back.... he is the future of the Liberal party unless the PM has his was and forces Martin to retire before letting him have the reigns...
30/10/00 A.S.
Well, he's safer than Chretien; what can one say. Perhaps the riding's demographic "nice blend" says it all; neither potentially BQ-endangered like Chretien's riding, nor smug walls of Liberal red sound like Mount-Royal. The 60%ish he's gotten the last two times around is "just right"--Platonic perfection, as electoral results go. A wouldbe future PM-for-PM deserves no less...
14/11/00 randy gorman
oh yes, this is the home riding of the future prime minister, mr.martin won this riding by 60% last time around,look for that to increase to about 75% this time. if the pm fails to win his riding but the liberal party wins a majority gov't look for mr.chretien to retire and mr.martin winning the liberal leadership over brian tobin and allan rock. either way mr.chretien probably won't serve a full four year term(although he says he will) again opening the door for martin in the future.

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