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Quebec Premier Jean Charest speaks at a news conference as newly appointed Education Minister and Treasury Board President Michelle Courchesne looks on after she was sworn in Monday, May 14, 2012 in Quebec City. Ms. Courchesne announced on Monday she will not run for re-election. (Jacques Boissinot/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Quebec Premier Jean Charest speaks at a news conference as newly appointed Education Minister and Treasury Board President Michelle Courchesne looks on after she was sworn in Monday, May 14, 2012 in Quebec City. Ms. Courchesne announced on Monday she will not run for re-election. (Jacques Boissinot/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Quebec is entering a provincial election campaign with the Parti Québécois holding a slight lead over Jean Charest's governing Liberals, and the Coalition Avenir Québec running third.

Who will win? And how will issues such as corruption in the construction industry and the student tuition protests affect the campaign? Political columnist John Ibbitson took your questions.

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