Elections Nova Scotia

Cape Breton Centre and Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River - March 10, 2020 By-elections

Poll By Poll Results

Cape Breton Centre By-election Expenses

Kendra Coombes (NDP) Expenses (PDF)

Adrianna MacKinnon (Green) Expenses (PDF)

Louie Pioveson (PC) Expenses (PDF)

David Wilton (NSLP) Expenses (PDF)

Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River By-election Expenses

Ivan Drouin (Green) Expenses (PDF)

Allan Kennedy (NSLP) Expenses (PDF)

Kathleen Kevany (NDP) Expenses (PDF)

David Ritcey (PC) Expenses (PDF)

Matthew Rushton (Atlantica) Expenses (PDF)

Cape Breton Centre By-election Candidate Disclosure

Kendra Coombes (NDP) Disclosure(Excel)

Adrianna MacKinnon (Green)Disclosure(Excel)

Louie Pioveson (PC) Disclosure(Excel)

David Wilton (NSLP) Disclosure(Excel)

Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River By-election Candidate Disclosure

Ivan Drouin (Green) Disclosure(Excel)

Allan Kennedy (NSLP) Disclosure(Excel)

Kathleen Kevany (NDP) Disclosure(Excel)

David Ritcey (PC) Disclosure(Excel)

Matthew Rushton (Atlantica) Disclosure(Excel)

 

By-election Financial Reporting
Elections Nova Scotia reminds candidates from the by-elections held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 in the electoral districts of Cape Breton Centre and Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River, and the registered political parties that financial reports are due in the weeks and months ahead. All reports are to be sent the Chief Electoral Officer.

The attestation that the List of Electors has been destroyed is due on March 20, 2020.

Candidate tax receipts are due 30 days after election day, April 10, 2020.

Candidate financial reports, including audit reports, are due on June 8, 2020. It is also important to remember that there are fines of $50 per day for late candidate reports.

Registered party financial reports are due on July 8, 2020.

Candidate and Party Spending Limits
The candidate and party spending limits and reimbursements for the two by-elections held on March 10, 2020, in the electoral districts of Cape Breton Centre and Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River have been updated with the final number of electors as of May 15, 2020 and the CPI index.

The Nova Scotia Elections Act of 2011Index updated for 2011 (2.8%) 2012 (1.8%) 2013 (1.4%) 2014 (0.6%) 2015 (1.2%) 2016 (1.3%) 2017 (1.7%) 2018 (1.6%) 2019 (2.2%).
Amount in the Elections Act: $1.43
Updated for CPU 2011 to 2019: $1.65

Candidate and Party Spending Limits for the Cape Breton Centre By-election
Amounts in the Elections Act (updated to include CPI adjustments)
Final Number of Electors: 12,484 (as May 15, 2020)
Candidate Spending Limit: $73,449.93
Maximum Candidate Reimbursement: $20,631.09

Candidate and Party Spending Limits for the Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River By-election
Amounts in the Elections Act (updated to include CPI adjustments)
Final Number of Electors: 15,819 (as of May 15, 2020)
Candidate Spending Limit: $90,509.74
Maximum Candidate Reimbursement: $26,317.69

Registered Party Spending Limit for each district in which a by-election is being held: $6,613.88
Third Party Maximum Spending in each district in which a by-election is being held: $2,311.33