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March 24, 2015
School elections of November 2, 2014 - Candidates spent more than $950,000 attempting to get elected
Quebec City, March 24, 2015 – An analysis of the financial reports and election expenses related to the school election of November 2, 2014, reveals that 814 of the 1,372 candidates authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer of Québec incurred election expenses totaling $956,000. To cover these expenses, they collected nearly $700,000 in contributions, mostly from themselves, in addition to borrowing a total of $318,000. These figures are taken from the Portrait sur le financement et les dépenses des candidats autorisés (Portrait of the financing and expenses of authorized candidates) released today by the Chief Electoral Officer of Québec. The document also presents various statistics on the candidacies, in which in particular it can be noted that 43% of those who ran in the school elections were women, and 57% of the candidates elected are between 45 and 64 years old, an age group that corresponds to 29% of the population.
Categories : School Board, General elections, School board financing, DGE


October 30, 2014
Exercising the right to vote in the school elections of November 2 - The Chief Electoral Officer of Québec issues a reminder to electors that being entered on the list of electors is required in order to vote
Quebec City, October 29, 2014 – A few days before polling begins for the general school elections of November 2, the Chief Electoral Officer of Québec, Lucie Fiset, is reaching out to electors to remind them that they must be entered on the list of electors to exercise their right to vote.
Categories : School Board, General elections, DGE


October 1st, 2014
School Elections of November 2, 2014 - Would you like to vote? Your name must be entered on the list of school electors
Québec City, October 1, 2014 –– The Chief Electoral Officer of Québec, Me Lucie Fiset, invites electors who would like to exercise their right to vote during the school elections of November 2, 2014, to ensure that their name is correctly entered on the list of electors of their school board.
Categories : School Board, General elections, DGE


September 19, 2014
School Elections of November 2, 2014 - Rules on financing and the control of election expenses will be applied during the school election period
Québec City, September 19, 2014 – The Chief Electoral Officer, Ms. Lucie Fiset, would like to remind the public that the rules governing financing and the control of expenses will be applied during the election period that begins today in the 69 Québec school boards, in view of the general elections of November 2, 2014. During the last school general elections, in 2007, candidates filed returns showing total election expenses of $1,045,000, received more than $747,000 in contributions and contracted around $336,000 in loans.
Categories : School Board, General elections, DGE


September 19, 2014
School general elections are scheduled in Québec on November 2, 2014
Québec City, September 19, 2014–– Pursuant to the Act Respecting School Elections, general elections will take place on Sunday, November 2, 2014, in 60 French language school boards and nine English language school boards in Québec. These elections are held to fill 712 commissioner’s positions (617 in francophone school boards and 95 on the English side). Moreover, for the first time, the 69 school board Chairpersons will be elected at the same elections. About 5.9 million electors will be called to vote in these elections.
Categories : School Board, General elections, DGE


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