Liberal candidate Lorelei Nicoll has been elected to represent the riding of Cole Harbour-Dartmouth.
She’ll be the primary MLA to represent the newly created riding, after serving 12 years on the Halifax Regional Municipality city council.
It is a recent riding that comes with parts of the previous ridings of Dartmouth South, Cole Harbour-Portland Valley and Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage.
The riding is usually residential.
Liberal: Lorelei Nicoll
- Served for 12 years as a Halifax Regional Municipality councillor
- Was the municipality’s second female deputy mayor
Progressive Conservative: Karina Sanford
- President of the Cole Harbour and Area Business Association, and an actual estate entrepreneur
NDP: Melody Pentland
- An assistant in a physician’s office
- Formerly worked in medical management, and has experience in each human and veterinary medicine
Green: Rana Zaman
- Ran for the NDP within the Clayton Park West riding in 2017
- Won a provincial volunteer award for her work in 2017. She helped found the United for One Association — a bunch focused on helping refugees
- Zaman was set to run for the NDP within the 2019 federal election, however the party let her go following tweets about Palestine and Israel it deemed “unacceptable”