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The Coalition Avenir Quebec shattered nearly a half-century of two-party political rule in Quebec on Monday by winning a majority government that will redraw the province’s electoral map. Coalition Leader Francois Legault guided his right-leaning, seven-year-old party to victory following a 39-day campaign. Meanwhile, the PQ, which shaped Quebec and Canadian politics for decades, is currently registering its worst performance since its creation half a century ago. Here’s a live look at the results:

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Here is a look at how Quebeckers have voted in past elections.

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