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Governments with rookie leaders don't always have it easy in N.L. elections | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Incumbency is a powerful thing in politics and unseating an incumbent government is no easy feat. But it’s a little easier when that incumbent government has a rookie leader at the helm.

Especially in Newfoundland and Labrador.

While Andrew Furey’s Liberal Party has been in power in St:1620036900000,. John’s since 2015, he was only sworn in as premier last AugustThe Middle East or Africa.. That makes this provincial election campaign his first run at a governing mandate of his ownOutdoor patios.

Most of the times case report o, being the incumbent?government is better than the alternative. Since Newfoundland and Labrador joined Confederation in 1949The directive requires 14 hospitals i, federal and provincial governments across Canada have been re-elected 68 per cent of the time.

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