The constituency’s dream of winning 40 constituencies on Monday night will not come true.
Some constituencies targeted by the party excluded him.
Constituency President Yves-François Blanchet specifically hoped to remove two ministers, Gaspésie-Les-Îles-de-la-Madeleine and Saint-Maurice-Champlain, Diane LeBouthillier and François-Philippe Champagne, respectively.
Eventually they were both re-elected. In addition, the faction hoped to win Sherbrooke with Enzoff Haider, but the liberal Elizabeth Fryer was re-elected; In the same way Minister Mary-Claude was able to stay at BPU Compton-Stansted, when Black wanted to profit there.
The constituency campaigned in Estrey on Sunday.
In Quebec, the constituency wanted to overthrow Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, but it was a few hundred votes ahead of the constituency Quebec Louis Sanspan.
Also, another desirable ride: Sikodimi-Lee Ford. But conservative Richard Martell confirmed a 1000-vote lead.
In Montreal, Black hoped to oust the Liberals from Hocelaka, but candidate Simon Marsand Soraya was more than 2,700 votes behind Martinez Ferrada by 1,700 votes.
In contrast, constituency member Patrick O’Hara was ahead of outgoing Liberal Brenda Shanahan in Chattanooga-Lagol.
The constituency wanted to intimidate a conservative stronghold of Richmond-Artabasca and its ally Alain Royce, but its candidate Diego Scalso could not replace him.
Consolation to chef Yves-Franசois Blanchett: He easily won the Beloil-Sample ride.
During the constituency’s election rally in Montreal on Monday evening, the atmosphere was very feverish at 11pm, despite a small number of activists gathered at the Pierre – Pelado center with health restrictions.
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