Michel Samson won’t seek recount in Cape Breton-Richmond, NDP & PCs file in other ridings

On May 30, Cape Breton-Richmond Progressive Conservative candidate Alana Paon defeated the long-time Liberal incumbent. In a release by the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, Samson announced he would not be seeking a judicial recount for the riding.

ARICHAT, N.S. — Liberal candidate Michel Samson announced Monday he will not request a judicial recount of the results from last week's provincial election for the riding of Cape Breton-Richmond. Advertisement. Samson won't seek recount in Cape

Samson won't seek recount in Cape Breton-Richmond

The NDP and the Progressive Conservatives have filed for recounts in three of the closest races in the Nova Scotia election but former Liberal MLA Michel Samson says he won't be seeking one for an election that saw him lose his seat by 21 votes. On May …

Former Liberal cabinet minister Michel Samson will not seek a judicial recount after losing the Cape Breton-Richmond riding in the recent provincial election. Samson was MLA in the region for 19 years, but lost to Conservative Alana Paon by 21 votes.

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