Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1.com) – The election of tomorrow Tuesday, September 4, should have been the one of Quebec students and even though the campaign was far from the topic, there are 124 male candidates and 47 female candidates aged between 18 and 29 years (171 in total). The average age of all 892 candidates is 44 years. Among those young star candidates we notice Léo Bureau Blouin in Laval-des-Rapides (20 years) and the youngest of all the candidates, Stephen Collins in Ste-Marie-St-Jacques, 19 years old only!
The site of Chief Electoral Officer show several very interesting statistics and information on the candidates in this election.
Regarding the age of the leaders: Jean Charest 54 years; Pauline Marois 63 years; François Legault 55 years; and Françoise David 64 years (Amir Khadir 51 years).
Remember that there are 125 parliamentary seats to be filled and the majority wanted by the parties is at least 63 posts … Have a good vote!
Photo 1: Léo Bureau-Blouin;
Photo 2: Stephen Collins;
See site Chief Electoral Officer ;
QUEBEC ELECTION 2012 – Students candidates…