Quebec's chief electoral officer to step down

Jacques Drouin, the man in charge of elections in this province, will step down from that job on July 11.

He became the province's chief electoral officer on Dec. 9, 2010, succeding Marcel Blanchet. In all, he has spent 34 years with the elections' office in various jobs.

He tendered his regisnation yesterday to National Assembly speaker Jacques Chagnon, and now says he's looking forward to enjoying retirement after a 36-year career as a public servant.

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