Elections Nova Scotia

Preston - August 8, 2023 By-elections

Poll By Poll Results

Summary Results and Statistics

Preston By-election Expenses

Anthony Edmonds (Green) Expenses (PDF)

Twila Grosse (PC) Expenses (PDF)

Colter Simmonds (NSNDP) Expenses (PDF)

Carlo Simmons (Liberal) Expenses (PDF)

Bobby Taylor (NSU) Expenses (PDF)

Preston By-election Candidate Disclosure

Anthony Edmonds (Green) Disclosure(Excel)

Twila Grosse (PC) Disclosure(Excel)

Colter Simmonds (NSNDP) Disclosure(Excel)

Carlo Simmons (Liberal) Disclosure(Excel)

Bobby Taylor (NSU) Disclosure (Excel)

Preston By-election Registered Party Expenses

Green Party of Nova Scotia (PDF)

Progressive Conservative Association of Nova Scotia (PDF)

Nova Scotia New Democratic Party (PDF)

Nova Scotia Liberal Party (PDF)

Nova Scotians United (PDF)


Financial Reporting Deadlines for the Preston By-election
Elections Nova Scotia reminds candidates, registered political parties, and third party advertisers from the Preston by-election held on Tuesday, August 8, 2023, that financial reports are due in the weeks and months ahead. All reports must be sent the Chief Electoral Officer.

Candidate tax receipts are due 30 days after election day, September 7, 2023.

Candidate financial reports, including audit reports, are due on November 6, 2023. 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 December 18, 2023.

Third party election advertising reports are due on December 8, 2023.

Final Spending Limits for the Preston By-election
The following spending limits and reimbursement amounts are determined according to the Elections Act (updated to include CPI adjustments)
Number of Electors: 11,269 (as of August 14, 2023)
Candidate Spending Limit: $76,489.21
Maximum Candidate Reimbursement: $21,126.39
Registered Party Spending Limit: $7,503.14
Third Party Maximum Spending in this by-election: $2,622.01