October 19, 2021

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Julie Lemieux preserves the liberal colors in Beauport-Limoi

Julie Lemieux preserves the liberal colors in Beauport-Limoi

The news was first reported by La Press, confirmed by Radio-Canada. She will try to oust Black Cubacois Julie Vignola, the 2019 winner with 30.4% of the vote.

In this constituency, the Liberal candidate Antoine Bouzold, who lost twice, was replaced by Julie Lemieux.

Expressed the intention to wear the colors of the PLC for the next election.

His party did worse than expected from opinion polls, which saw them at gaining about two thirds of the support. The investment assembly does not take place to leave members to choose the candidate of their choice.

Star candidate in Quebec

Julie Lemieux represents Justin Trudeau’s choice of troops.

Familiar with Quebec, Beauport represented the people during her time in municipal politics from 2009 to 2017.

Julie Lemieux has been President and General Manager of Operation Enfont-Soleil since 2019.

Under his leadership, the company raised a record .5 20.5 million in its 34th Telethon last May.

She previously served as general secretary of the Muse de la Civilization.

After 17 years of journalism, dedicated to 12 people Soleil, She entered politics in 2009 with Regis Labyum, according to which she managed to break the darkness of the capital.

She served as vice chair of the executive committee from 2013 to 2017 before turning the page in her eight-year political career. Julie Lemieux then said to herself Slightly worn, slightly less patient.

The flame is flickering, She told Radio-Canada at the time – However, without returning to the political arena.

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In the federal scene Julie Lemieux is now in her early fifties, trying to reconnect with the authorities.

Color-changing riding

Beaufort-Limoilou’s Electoral Division has changed allegiance four times in elections since 2008.

New Democrat Raymond Cote took over from traditional Sylvie Boucher in 2011, losing to traditional Alupa Clark one word later.

Black candidate Julie Vignola was dusted off in the next election. CCP and PLC won 26.3% and 25.9% of the vote, respectively.

With information from Oliver Lemieux