Nova Scotia premier sets date for byelection in Cumberland South

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HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s NDP premier has set the date for the byelection in Cumberland South, creating a chance for the interim Conservative leader to take a run at a seat in the legislature.

Darrell Dexter said today the election will be held on Oct. 26.

Longtime Conservative Murray Scott gave up the seat on Sept. 9, clearing the way for interim party leader Jamie Baillie to take a run at winning the riding.

Scott held the riding for 12 years.

The Liberals have already nominated police officer Kenny John Jackson of Springhill as their candidate in the race.

Geographic location: Nova Scotia, Cumberland South

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  • local guy
    September 24, 2010 - 09:24

    Sure am gona miss you Murray, you left the riding in great shape for Jamie to take over. Jamie, hope your up for the task of representing Cumberland south in the Legislature. Looks like you will be the winner here!