Can Liberal Lightbound end Louis-Hébert’s single-term curse?

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Liberal MP Joël Lightbound (left, Photo courtesy Liberal Party of Canada) faces a challenge from Conservative Marie-Josée Guérette (right, Photo courtesy Conservative Party of Canada) in trying to break the one-term curse of Louis-Hébert riding.

With Halloween on the horizon, Joël Lightbound is hoping to break the 30-year curse of Louis-Hébert riding. Not since the 1988 federal election, when Progressive Conservative Suzanne Duplessis won a thumping second majority, has the incumbent MP been re-elected.