Canada election results: Fundy Royal

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Incumbent Rob Moore is projected to be re-elected in the riding of Fundy Royal. 

The riding of Fundy Royal is located in the eastern part of New Brunswick. It includes the area between Saint John, Fredericton and Moncton. It sits along the Bay of Fundy and Chignecto Bay.

The riding has been represented in the House of Commons since 1917 and has been a Conservative stronghold with two exceptions.

In 1993, Liberal Paul Zed was elected and in 2015, Liberal MP Alaina Lockhart took the seat from Conservative incumbent Rob Moore. However, he was able to retake the riding in the 2019 election.

N.B. Premier Blaine Higgs, who is also Conservative, represents the provincial electoral district of Quispamsis, located in this riding.

As of 2016, Fundy Royal’s population was 79,943.

Conservative: Rob Moore (incumbent)

Liberal: Whitney Dykeman

NDP: Josh Floyd

Green: Tim Thompson

People’s Party of Canada: Wayne Wheeler

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