Second visit of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois from Québec solidaire to the Outaouais | Elections Quebec 2022
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois during his visit to Hull, September 6 (archives).
For the second time since the beginning of the election campaign, Québec solidaire (QS) co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois stops in the Outaouais on Friday, mainly in the riding of Hull, where candidates are neck and neck.
This Friday, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois plans to participate in a partisan rally at the end of the afternoon in Old Hull. He had stopped at the same location for a similar event on September 5, as part of his first visit.
QS's other co-spokesperson , Manon Massé, also visited the region on September 18, in the ridings of Hull and Papineau.
With the visit of Mr. Nadeau-Dubois this Friday evening, the co -QS spokespersons will therefore have made three visits in total to Hull.
The candidates of the Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ), the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) and QS are neck and neck in this race for the seat of Hull. The Parti Québécois (PQ) and the Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ), however, have not said their last word.
As Election Day approaches, the parties continue to go all out to win the hearts and votes of voters in this constituency recognized for having almost always been (except in 1976) a strong Liberal castle.
PLQ leader Dominique Anglade made a second visit to the Outaouais last Saturday.
The leader of the Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ), Dominique Anglade, was passing through the Outaouais for a second time last Saturday, in the company of Liberal candidates from the region (archives).
On the side of the CAQ, its leader François Legault visited the region on September 5. Over the past week, leading party figures and cabinet ministers from the outgoing government, such as Christian Dubé and Jean Boulet, have also visited the region.
François Legault was passing through the municipality of La Pêche on September 5 for an election announcement, surrounded by his Outaouais candidates (archives).
The leader of the PQ, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, was the first of the five main parties to visit the Outaouais as part of the election campaign on September 1.
PQ leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon campaigning in front of the construction site of the very first seniors' home in the Outaouais (archives).
For his part, the leader of the PCQ, Éric Duhaime, is the only one among the other main political parties not to have traveled to the Outaouais during the campaign.
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