January 27, 2022

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PLQ exhibits its candidate in Mary-Victorine

PLQ exhibits its candidate in Mary-Victorine

(Quebec) Emily Nolet represents the Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ), a complimentary election to be held in May during the Mary-Victorine Riding, which will reduce part of the Longueil municipality.


Jocelyn Richer
Canadian Press

The party confirmed the information on Sunday in the wake of party rallies in Quebec over the weekend, with the aim of setting the table to specify the main directions of the liberal platform in the general elections next October.

MMe Nolet, a 35-year-old university researcher, is new to politics.

Poll date not yet known.

If we believe the last election, Mr.Me Nolette is less likely to be elected, as traditionally Mary-Victorine has long been ridden by the party Quebecois (PQ), this time with former NDP MP Pierre Nantel.

Premier Franకోois Legalt Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) has not yet announced who will represent it, nor is Quebec Solidair (QS).

The need arose to hold a complementary election in Mary-Victorine, a former PQ member who later became independent, and Catherine Fornier, elected a few years ago, chose to continue her political career at the municipal level. Town Hall in Langueil during the week.

In 2018, the Liberals were fourth in Mary-Victorine with just 15% of the vote. PQ came in first with 705 votes and a slight majority of 30.8% of the vote, followed by CAQ with 28.3% of the vote and QS with a good third with 21% support.