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67th Prince Edward Island general election

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67th Prince Edward Island general election

← 2019 On or before October 2, 2023 (2023-10-02) Next →

All 27 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island
14 seats needed for a majority
 
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LIB
Leader Dennis King Peter Bevan-Baker Sonny Gallant (interim)
Party Progressive Conservative Green Liberal
Leader since 9 February 2019 3 November 2012 16 September 2019
Leader's seat Brackley-Hunter River New Haven-Rocky Point Evangeline-Miscouche
Last election 13 seats, 36.73%[1] 8 seats, 30.56% 6 seats, 29.40%
Current seats 14 8 5
Seats needed Steady Increase6 Increase9

The 67th Prince Edward Island general election is tentatively scheduled for 2 October 2023, as a result of the provincial fixed election-date legislation calling for a general election to be held prior to the first Monday of October in the fourth calendar year subsequent to the previous general election, unless it is dissolved earlier by the province's lieutenant governor after the legislature passes a motion of no-confidence.[2]

Timeline

2019

  • 23 April: General election held. The Progressive Conservative Party wins the most seats, while the incumbent Liberal Party fall to third place. The Green Party becomes the Opposition.
  • 26 April: Outgoing Premier Wade MacLauchlan announces intention to resign leadership of the Liberal Party upon appointment of an interim leader.[3]
  • 8 May: Robert Mitchell is appointed interim Liberal leader.[4]
  • 9 May: Dennis King's Progressive Conservative government is sworn in, following the resignation of Wade MacLauchlan's Liberal government.[5]
  • 13 June: Deferred election date announced for Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park.[6]
  • 6 July: Advance voting in Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park deferred election began, also took place on 8 and 12 July.[7]
  • 15 July – Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park deferred election held, Progressive Conservative candidate Natalie Jameson is elected.[8]
  • 9 September: Robert Mitchell resigns as interim Liberal leader.[9]
  • 16 September: Sonny Gallant is appointed interim Liberal leader.[10]

2020

  • 1 September: Joe Byrne resigns as leader of the NDP.[11]
  • 3 September: Charlottetown-Winsloe Liberal MLA and former interim Liberal Party leader Robert Mitchell resigns his seat.[12]
  • 2 November: Charlottetown-Winsloe by-election held, Progressive Conservative candidate Zack Bell is elected. Giving the governing PC party 14 seats, a majority government.

Opinion polls

Voting Intentions in Prince Edward Island since the 2019 Election

The following is a list of scientific opinion polls of published voter intentions.

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size PC Green Liberal NDP Undecided Lead
29 April – 17 May 2020 Narrative Research 216 54 22 22 1 20 32
3 – 10 March 2020 MQO Research 283 41 29 24 6 30 12
3 – 19 February 2020 Narrative Research 207 45 28 21 6 21 17
1 – 22 November 2019 Narrative Research 600 38 29 26 6 20 9
1 – 22 August 2019 Narrative Research 300 45 37 16 1 18 9
31 July – 6 August 2019 MQO Research via The Guardian 400 40 32 23 2 26 8
6 – 23 May 2019 Narrative Research 300 43 36 17 3 15 7
23 April 2019 General election results 80,329 36.7 30.6 29.4 3.0 N/A 5.9

References

  1. ^ Extension election for District 9
  2. ^ "Elections Act". www.princeedwardisland.ca. Retrieved 21 May 2019.
  3. ^ "Wade MacLauchlan to step down as P.E.I. Liberal leader after third-place finish". Global News. Retrieved 4 September 2020.
  4. ^ Davis, Tony (8 May 2019). "P.E.I. Liberal Party names Robert Mitchell interim leader". CBC News.
  5. ^ "Tory Leader Dennis King sworn in as 33rd premier of Prince Edward Island". National Post. Retrieved 24 September 2020.
  6. ^ Goodwin, Natalia (17 June 2019). "Premier drops writ for District 9 deferred election". CBC News.
  7. ^ Davis, Tony (6 July 2019). "Advance voting opens for P.E.I.'s deferred District 9 election". CBC News. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
  8. ^ "P.E.I. PC candidate wins provincial seat in deferred election". Global News. Retrieved 4 September 2020.
  9. ^ "Mitchell stepping down as interim P.E.I. Liberal leader". CBC News. 9 September 2019.
  10. ^ Davis, Tony (16 September 2019). "Sonny Gallant named interim leader of P.E.I. Liberal Party". CBC News.
  11. ^ "Joe Byrne resigns as leader of P.E.I. NDP". www.theguardian.pe.ca. 2 September 2020. Retrieved 4 September 2020.
  12. ^ Neatby, Stu (3 September 2020). "P.E.I. Liberal MLA Robert Mitchell resigns". www.theguardian.pe.ca. Retrieved 4 September 2020.
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