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Jake Stewart Wikipedia
Jake Daniel Stewart (born March 10, 1978) is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in the 2010 provincial election. He represents the electoral district of Southwest Miramichi as a member of the Progressive Conservatives.
Stewart entered municipal politics in 2008, having run for the office of councillor in his hometown of Blackville. In 2010, Stewart entered provincial politics, and defeated incumbent Liberal MLA Rick Brewer, who at that time was the Minister of Human Resources, in a landslide victory.
Stewart was a member of the Standing Committees on Education, Private Bills, Procedure, Public Accounts, and Chaired the Standing Committee on Legislative Officers.He has also been appointed by Jody Carr, then current Minister of Education to sit on the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Positive Learning and Working Environment (Anti Bullying).
Reelected in 2014, Stewart is the opposition critic for Energy and Mines, and Aboriginal Affairs. He is a member of the Standing Committee on Economic Policy.
In 2016, Stewart entered the Progressive Conservative leadership race.
Municipal Election 2008
Election for Councillor