1988 Nova Scotia general election

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The 1988 Nova Scotia general election was held on September 6, 1988 to elect members of the 55th House of Assembly of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada. 1988 Nova Scotia general election_sentence_0

It was won by the Progressive Conservative party. 1988 Nova Scotia general election_sentence_1

John Dunsworth, who would later gain fame for playing alcoholic trailer park supervisor Jim Lahey on the TV series Trailer Park Boys, stood as the NDP candidate in Halifax Bedford Basin. 1988 Nova Scotia general election_sentence_2

He finished in third place with a little over 19% of the vote. 1988 Nova Scotia general election_sentence_3

His underdog campaign was later the subject of a short documentary. 1988 Nova Scotia general election_sentence_4

Results 1988 Nova Scotia general election_section_0

Results by party 1988 Nova Scotia general election_section_1

  • Vote share included in "other" 1988 Nova Scotia general election_sentence_5


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