ⓘ Canadian federal election results in New Brunswick

                                     

ⓘ Canadian federal election results in New Brunswick

New Brunswick results in federal elections are divided among geographical and linguistic lines: The Liberals fare better in the predominantly francophone eastern and northern sections of the province, while the anglophone south and west has historically tended to favour the Conservatives. In 1993, Saint John was one of only two ridings in the country to go Progressive Conservative, electing Elsie Wayne. The Conservatives improved their seat count in each election from 2004 to 2011, until the Liberals swept New Brunswick along with the rest of Atlantic Canada in the 2015 election.

                                     
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