Chambly (provincial electoral district)

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Chambly
Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Jean-François Roberge
Coalition Avenir Québec
District created1867
First contested 1867
Last contested 2018
Demographics
Electors (2012) [1] 45,310
Area (km²) [2] 211.7
Census division(s) La Vallée-du-Richelieu (part), Rouville (part)
Census subdivision(s) Carignan, Chambly, Richelieu, Saint-Basile-le-Grand, Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu

Chambly is a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. It includes the cities of Chambly and Saint-Basile-le-Grand.

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It was created for the 1867 election (and an electoral district of that name existed earlier in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada and the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada).

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, it lost Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville to the newly created Montarville electoral district.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

LegislatureYearsMemberParty
1st  1867–1871   Jean-Baptiste Jodoin Conservative
2nd  1871–1875   Gédéon Larocque Liberal
3rd  1875–1878 Raymond Préfontaine
4th  1878–1879   Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel Conservative
 1879–1881   Raymond Préfontaine Liberal
5th  1881–1886   Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel Conservative
6th  1886–1890   Antoine Rocheleau Liberal
7th  1890–1892
8th  1892–1897   Louis-Olivier Taillon Conservative
9th  1897–1900   Antoine Rocheleau Liberal
10th  1900–1904 Maurice Perrault
11th  1904–1908
12th  1908–1909†
 1909–1912Eugène Merril Desaulniers
13th  1912–1916
14th  1916–1919
15th  1919–1923
16th  1923–1927 Alexandre Thurber
17th  1927–1931
18th  1931–1935   Hortensius Béïque Conservative
19th  1935–1936   Alexandre Thurber Liberal
20th  1936–1939   Hortensius Béïque Union Nationale
21st  1939–1944   Dowina-Évariste Joyal Liberal
22nd  1944–1948
23rd  1948–1952  John Redmond Roche Union Nationale
24th  1952–1956
25th  1956–1960  Robert Théberge Liberal
26th  1960–1961
 1961–1962 Pierre Laporte
27th  1962–1966
28th  1966–1970
29th  1970–1970†
 1971–1973 Jean Cournoyer
30th  1973–1976 Guy Saint-Pierre
31st  1976–1981   Denis Lazure Parti Québécois
32nd  1981–1985Luc Tremblay
33rd  1985–1989   Gérard Latulippe Liberal
34th  1989–1994 Lucienne Robillard
35th  1994–1998   Louise Beaudoin Parti Québécois
36th  1998–2003
37th  2003–2007   Diane Legault Liberal
38th  2007–2008   Richard Merlini Action démocratique
39th  2008–2012   Bertrand St-Arnaud Parti Québécois
40th  2012–2014
41st  2014–2018   Jean-François Roberge Coalition Avenir Québec
42nd  2018–Present

Election results

2018 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Coalition Avenir Québec Jean-François Roberge 18,94050.26+16.02
Parti Québécois Christian Picard6,56417.42-15.67
Québec solidaire Francis Vigeant6,17716.39+9
Liberal François Villeneuve4,59912.2-10.01
Green Camille B. Jannard6831.81+0.7
ConservativeGuy L'Heureux3090.82+0.42
New Democratic Gilles Létourneau1800.48
Bloc Pot Benjamin Vachon1670.44
CINQGilles Guindon660.18
Total valid votes 37,685 98.64
Total rejected ballots 518 1.36
Turnout 38,203 75.35
Eligible voters 50,699
Coalition Avenir Québec hold Swing +15.85
Source(s)
"Rapport des résultats officiels du scrutin". Élections Québec.
2014 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Coalition Avenir Québec Jean-François Roberge 12,13034.24+0.08
Parti Québécois Bertrand St-Arnaud 11,72233.09-7.04
Liberal Magdala Ferdinand7,86922.21+5.73
Québec solidaire Francis Vigeant2,6187.39+2.40
Green Mary Harper3921.11-0.58
Parti nul Vincent Dessureault3531.00
Option nationale Martin Laramée2000.56-1.47
Conservative Michael Maher1400.40-0.13
Total valid votes 35,424 98.65
Total rejected ballots 483 1.35
Turnout 35,907 76.62  
Electors on the lists 46,866
Coalition Avenir Québec gain from Parti Québécois Swing +3.56
2012 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Parti Québécois Bertrand St-Arnaud 15,10440.13-3.45
Coalition Avenir Québec Martin Trudeau12,85734.16+17.32
Liberal Julie Tremblay6,20316.48-15.14
Québec solidaire Anne Poussard1,8784.99+2.38
Option nationale Martin Laramée7652.03 
Green Nicolas Lescarbeau6331.68-1.26
Conservative Daniel Nicol1990.53
Total valid votes 37,639 98.95
Total rejected ballots 400 1.05
Turnout 38,039 83.50  
Electors on the lists 45,554
Parti Québécois hold Swing -10.39

^ Change is from redistributed results. CAQ change is from ADQ.

2008 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Parti Québécois Bertrand St-Arnaud 16,04940.01
  Liberal Stéphanie Doyon14,48536.11
Action démocratique Richard Merlini 6,45516.09
Green Nicolas Lescarbeau1,2002.99
Québec solidaire Jocelyn Roy1,1672.91
Parti indépendantiste Ghislain Lebel 7581.89
2007 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Action démocratique Richard Merlini 18,15438.93
Parti Québécois Bertrand St-Arnaud 13,45028.84
Liberal Marc Tanguay 11,24024.10
Green Marie-Mars Adam2,2654.86
Québec solidaire Alain Dubois1,5273.27
Total valid votes46,63699.19
Total rejected ballots3820.81
Turnout47,01879.58
Electors on the lists59,086
2003 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Diane Legault 17,65641.85
Parti Québécois Louise Beaudoin 16,85739.95
Action démocratique Denis Lavoie6,93516.44
Bloc Pot Sébastien Duclos7441.76
Total valid votes42,19298.69
Total rejected ballots5611.31
Turnout42,75378.45
Electors on the lists54,497
1998 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Parti Québécois Louise Beaudoin 22,55952.51
Liberal Pierre Bourbonnais15,23035.45
Action démocratique Jean-Sébastien Brault4,55010.59
Bloc Pot Maryève Daigle3440.80
Independent Serge Lebel1310.30
Socialist Democracy Maryse-Laurence Lewis1170.27
Innovator Herve Raymond340.08
Total valid votes42,96599.11
Total rejected ballots3850.89
Turnout43,35084.63
Electors on the lists51,221
1995 Quebec referendum
SideVotes%
Oui25,36354.95
Non20,79345.05
1994 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Parti Québécois Louise Beaudoin 19,80048.86
Liberal Lucienne Robillard 19,39347.86
Natural Law Michael Larmand5191.28
DevelopmentCamille Bolté4741.17
SovereigntyPierre Mondor3360.83
Total valid votes40,52297.29
Total rejected ballots1,1302.71
Turnout41,65287.47
Electors on the lists47,620
1992 Charlottetown Accord referendum
SideVotes%
Non23,77960.98
Oui15,21439.02
1989 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Lucienne Robillard 15,43548.62
Parti Québécois Monique Richer12,93940.76
Green Jocelyne Décary2,7978.81
Parti indépendantiste Henri Laflamme5721.80
Total valid votes31,74396.69
Total rejected ballots1,0873.31
Turnout32,83080.37
Electors on the lists40,847
1985 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Gérard Latulippe 12,35663.81
Parti Québécois Luc Tremblay 12,32541.22
New Democratic Frédéric Henderson1,0963.67
Christian Socialism Johanne Sévigny1510.50
Total valid votes29,90297.95
Total rejected ballots6252.05
Turnout30,52781.61
Electors on the lists37,405
1981 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Parti Québécois Luc Tremblay 15,18951.39
Liberal Marcellin Tremblay13,54445.83
Union Nationale Marc Tanguay7522.54
Communist Hervé Fuyet700.24
Total valid votes29,55599.02
Total rejected ballots2940.98
Turnout29,84987.93
Electors on the lists33,948
1980 Quebec referendum
SideVotes%
Non28,72853.28
Oui25,19546.72
1976 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Parti Québécois Denis Lazure 21,02947.32
Liberal Guy Saint-Pierre 15,82835.61
Union Nationale Camille Barré6,77615.25
Ralliement créditiste Jerry Béland8111.82
Total valid votes44,44498.28
Total rejected ballots7771.72
Turnout45,22190.62
Electors on the lists49,904
1973 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Guy Saint-Pierre 19,00556.55
Parti Québécois André Gaudreau12,26036.48
Ralliement créditiste Jean-Claude Roger1,6294.85
Union Nationale Pierre Pelletier7142.12
Total valid votes33,60898.46
Total rejected ballots5251.54
Turnout34,13386.44
Electors on the lists39,487
Quebec provincial by-election, 1971
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Jean Cournoyer 22,64764.57
Parti Québécois Pierre Marois11,45232.65
Ralliement créditiste Clément Patry6651.90
Independent Luke Gerald Dougherty2670.76
Independent Lionel Desjardins180.05
Independent créditisteJean-Paul Poulin170.05
Independent Claude Longtin70.02
Total valid votes35,07397.42
Total rejected ballots9282.58
Turnout36,00168.19
Electors on the lists52,795
1970 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Pierre Laporte 25,64156.74
Parti Québécois Pierre Marois14,36831.80
Union Nationale Clovis Langlois3,9488.74
Ralliement créditiste T. Bernard Senez1,2312.72
Total valid votes45,18897.74
Total rejected ballots1,0432.26
Turnout46,23187.41
Electors on the lists52,892
1966 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Pierre Laporte 19,18360.51
Union Nationale Benoit Francoeur8,20725.89
RIN Gaston Lécuyer3,89512.29
Ralliement national Rolland Côté4181.32
Total valid votes31,70397.60
Total rejected ballots7812.40
Turnout32,48468.22
Electors on the lists47,614
1962 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Pierre Laporte 36,29063.83
Union Nationale Joesph-René-Jean Bruneau19,19633.76
Independent Gordon Crook7781.38
Liberal Fernand Bouffard3530.62
Independent UNSylvia Bonneau2350.41
Total valid votes56,85298.35
Total rejected ballots9551.65
Turnout57,80776.89
Electors on the lists75,185
Quebec provincial by-election, 1961
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Pierre Laporte 22,53788.35
Independent LiberalRobert Meunier1,2294.82
Independent Ovila Bédard1,1874.65
Independent Roger Ménard3331.31
Capital familialHenri-Georges Grenier2230.87
Total valid votes25,50997.51
Total rejected ballots6522.49
Turnout26,16137.47
Electors on the lists69,818
1960 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Robert Théberge 25,92149.91
Union Nationale Joesph-René-Jean Bruneau25,32248.76
Independent LiberalBernard Thivierge6881.32
Total valid votes51,93197.98
Total rejected ballots1,0722.02
Turnout53,00379.01
Electors on the lists67,080
1956 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Robert Théberge 20,03149.43
Union Nationale John Redmond Roche 19,26447.53
Co-operative Commonwealth Michel Chartrand 8772.16
Independent LiberalMaurice Joyal2050.51
Labor–Progressive Lucien Senneville1500.37
Total valid votes40,52797.34
Total rejected ballots1,1072.66
Turnout41,63476.45
Electors on the lists54,456
1952 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Union Nationale John Redmond Roche 18,48656.54
Liberal Albert Bélanger13,36640.88
Co-operative Commonwealth Matthew Blackwood8462.59
Total valid votes32,69898.70
Total rejected ballots4311.30
Turnout33,12974.16
Electors on the lists44,672
1948 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Union Nationale John Redmond Roche 12,19752.04
Liberal Dowina-Évariste Joyal 8,69837.11
Independent UNAugustin Delisle1,0144.33
Union des électeurs Jean-Marie Saint-Pierre8693.71
Independent Joseph Ménard3351.43
Independent Joseph-Uldéric Gauthier3261.39
Total valid votes23,43998.79
Total rejected ballots2861.21
Turnout23,72573.78
Electors on the lists32,157
1944 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Dowina-Évariste Joyal 6,63842.25
Union Nationale Hortensius Béïque 5,52835.18
Bloc populaire Émile Loranger2,14013.62
Co-operative Commonwealth Joseph-Uldéric Gauthier1,4068.95
Total valid votes15,71298.37
Total rejected ballots2611.63
Turnout15,97370.11
Electors on the lists22,783
1939 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Dowina-Évariste Joyal 3,59859.93
Union Nationale Hortensius Béïque 1,99533.23
Action libérale nationale Roland Bosquet20913.62
Conservative Joseph Ménard2023.36
Total valid votes6,00498.96
Total rejected ballots631.04
Turnout6,06776.16
Electors on the lists7,966
1936 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Union Nationale Hortensius Béïque 3,45258.39
Liberal Alexandre Thurber 2,46041.61
Total valid votes5,91298.35
Total rejected ballots991.65
Turnout6,01176.86
Electors on the lists7,821
1935 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Alexandre Thurber 3,02354.95
Conservative Hortensius Béïque 2,47845.05
Total valid votes5,50199.03
Total rejected ballots540.97
Turnout5,55571.87
Electors on the lists7,729
1931 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Hortensius Béïque 2,83455.72
Liberal Victor-Albert Delage2,25244.28
Total valid votes5,08699.08
Total rejected ballots470.92
Turnout5,13373.15
Electors on the lists7,017
1927 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Alexandre Thurber 2,07657.05
Conservative Joseph-Ignace Lamarre1,56342.95
Total valid votes3,63999.67
Total rejected ballots120.33
Turnout3,65156.93
Electors on the lists6,413
1923 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Alexandre Thurber 2,16577.07
Independent LiberalJoseph-Ulric-Arthur Geoffrion43415.45
Liberal Émilien-Joseph Brosseau2107.48
Total valid votes2,80998.67
Total rejected ballots381.33
Turnout2,84751.34
Electors on the lists5,545
1919 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal Eugène Merril Lesieur Desaulniers Acclaimed
Electors on the lists4,775
1916 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal Eugène Merril Lesieur Desaulniers Acclaimed
Electors on the lists4,602
1912 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Eugène Merril Lesieur Desaulniers 1,78357.57
Conservative Louis-Théophile Maréchal1,31442.43
Total valid votes3,09798.88
Total rejected ballots351.12
Turnout3,13266.79
Electors on the lists4,689
Quebec provincial by-election, 1909
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Eugène Merril Lesieur Desaulniers 1,44862.39
Ligue nationaliste Tancrède Marsil87337.61
Total valid votes2,32199.06
Total rejected ballots220.94
Turnout2,34358.87
Electors on the lists3,980
1908 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Maurice Perrault 1,43155.17
Conservative Joseph-Ignace Lamarre1,16344.83
Total valid votes2,59498.22
Total rejected ballots471.78
Turnout2,64167.56
Electors on the lists3,909
1904 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Maurice Perrault 1,32466.60
Conservative P.-Élie Sainte-Marie66433.40
Total valid votes1,98899.70
Total rejected ballots60.30
Turnout1,99452.81
Electors on the lists3,776
1900 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal Maurice Perrault Acclaimed
Electors on the lists3,408
1897 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Antoine Rocheleau 1,28054.96
Independent Louis-Édouard Morin1,04945.04
Total valid votes2,32998.94
Total rejected ballots251.06
Turnout2,35470.02
Electors on the lists3,362
Quebec provincial by-election, 1892
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative Louis-Olivier Taillon Acclaimed
1892 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Louis-Olivier Taillon 1,24653.52
Liberal Antoine Rocheleau 1,08246.48
Total valid votes2,32899.15
Total rejected ballots200.85
Turnout2,34879.92
Electors on the lists2,938
1890 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Antoine Rocheleau 1,04652.12
Conservative Pierre-Brazile Lamarre 96147.88
Total valid votes2,00797.24
Total rejected ballots572.76
Turnout2,06475.19
Electors on the lists2,745
1886 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Antoine Rocheleau 89251.44
Conservative Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel 84248.56
Total valid votes1,73498.41
Total rejected ballots281.59
Turnout1,76274.47
Electors on the lists2,366
1886 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Antoine Rocheleau 89251.44
Conservative Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel 84248.56
Total valid votes1,73498.41
Total rejected ballots281.59
Turnout1,76274.47
Electors on the lists2,366
1881 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel 78053.76
Liberal Raymond Préfontaine 67146.24
Total valid votes1,45197.32
Total rejected ballots402.68
Turnout1,49170.23
Electors on the lists2,123
Quebec provincial by-election, 1879
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Raymond Préfontaine 88951.78
Conservative Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel 82853.76
Total valid votes1,717100.00
Turnout1,71778.08
Electors on the lists2,199
1878 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel 82350.18
Liberal Raymond Préfontaine 81749.82
Total valid votes1,64099.70
Total rejected ballots50.30
Turnout1,64572.34
Electors on the lists2,274
1875 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Raymond Préfontaine 82551.05
Conservative Timothée Sauriol79148.95
Total valid votes1,61699.57
Total rejected ballots70.43
Turnout1,62372.42
Electors on the lists2,241
1871 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Liberal Gédéon Larocque 68658.43
Conservative Pierre-Bazile Benoît48841.57
Total valid votes1,174100.00
Turnout1,17468.30
Electors on the lists1,719
1867 Quebec general election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Jean-Baptiste Jodoin 67656.05
Liberal François David53043.95
Total valid votes1,206100.00
Turnout1,20668.72
Electors on the lists1,755

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