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by ahnationtalk on April 25, 201989 Views

CHARLOTTETOWN — An affable dentist with a distinct Scottish accent, Peter Bevan-Baker ran nine times for the Green party —federally and provincially — before finally winning a seat in the P.E.I. legislature in 2015.

The leader of the Island’s Green party, Bevan-Baker could become leader of Canada’s first Green government after Island voters cast their ballots in Tuesday’s provincial election race.

Successive polls have shown Bevan-Baker is well-liked in this tiny island province, and his party is well positioned to improve upon the two seats they held in the legislature prior to last month’s election call.

“He’s a very likable person and he’s very popular,” said Don Desserud, a political scientist at the University of Prince Edward Island.

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