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Alex Tyrrell

Alex Tyrrell is the leader of the Green Party of Quebec.[1] At 25 years old he is the youngest leader on the provincial scene.[2]

Electoral results

Quebec provincial by-election, December 9, 2013
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Philippe Couillard 5,582 55.11 +13.59
Québec solidaire Édith Laperle 3,264 32.23 +14.21
Option nationale Julie Surprenant 677 6.68 +4.97
Green Alex Tyrrell 384 3.79
Conservative Pierre Ennio Crespi 145 1.43
Parti nul Mathieu Marcil 59 0.58 -0.34
Autonomist Team Guy Boivin 17 0.17
Total valid votes 10,128 99.13
Total rejected ballots 89 0.87
Turnout 10,217 26.42 -41.79
Electors on the lists 38,671
Liberal hold Swing -0.41
Quebec general election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Geoffrey Kelley 24,525 73.11 -7.74
Coalition Avenir Québec Paola L. Hawa 5,006 14.92 +11.09*
Green Alex Tyrrell 1,522 4.54 -2.97
Parti Québécois Olivier Gendreau 1,232 3.67 -2.35
Québec solidaire François-Xavier Charlebois 859 2.56 +1.12
Independent Francis Juneau 189 0.56
Option nationale Raphaël Hébert 128 0.38
Quebec Citizens' Union Ágnes Mina Barti 86 0.26
Total valid votes 33,547 99.47
Total rejected ballots 178 0.53
Turnout 33,725 76.89 +24.12
Electors on the lists 43,861

References

  1. ^ http://www.pvq.qc.ca/chef
  2. ^ http://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/4705
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