The Canadian Press

2014-09-22 | Election NB

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Amid a bizarre vote-counting snafu, rookie politician Brian Gallant led his Liberal party to a majority victory in the New Brunswick election as voters turfed David Alward's one-term PCs. Green party leader David Coon won the party's first seat in the legislature, while Dominic Cardy stepped down as NDP leader after the party failed to win a single seat. Despite the vote-counting problems, Gallant said the choice of New Brunswickers was clear.

Date: 2014-09-22
Placeline: GRANDE-DIGUE, New Brunswick.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the count has been delayed but not denied there's a reason we entrust the counting of votes to an independent body and we have faith in their ability to get it right in the end we have won a convincing victory in the popular vote and I am pleased that we have won a clear majority of the seats >>