Natural Law Party of Quebec candidates, 1998 Quebec
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The Natural Law Party of Quebec ran thirty-five candidates in the 1998 Quebec provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found on this page. Louise Roy received 268 votes (0.72%), finishing fifth against Parti Québécois incumbent Gilles Baril. She is not to be confused with a better known Montreal administrator by the same name. Jean-Charles Rouleau became active with the transcendental meditation movement in 1984 and identifies as an Ayurvedic scholar. He received 194 votes (0.61%), finishing fourth against Liberal Party incumbent Pierre Paradis.…mehr

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The Natural Law Party of Quebec ran thirty-five candidates in the 1998 Quebec provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found on this page. Louise Roy received 268 votes (0.72%), finishing fifth against Parti Québécois incumbent Gilles Baril. She is not to be confused with a better known Montreal administrator by the same name. Jean-Charles Rouleau became active with the transcendental meditation movement in 1984 and identifies as an Ayurvedic scholar. He received 194 votes (0.61%), finishing fourth against Liberal Party incumbent Pierre Paradis.