Sterling Belliveau isn't breaking any rules by using the term "Re-elect" on his signs.
Campaign manager Courtney Wentzell says Belliveau was a twice elected member of the legislature, and there is nothing dishonest about the signs.
"Sterling is being asked to be re-elected to the house. It doesn't matter what riding he was part of in the past."
The riding of Queens-Shelburne was created last year to even out the voting population average between the ridings, and runs from Clyde River to the Shelburne County line, and covers all of Queens County and a small portion of southern Annapolis County.
Other MLA's up for reelection in remapped ridings, such as PC candidate Chris d'Entremont in the Argyle-Barrington riding, are also using the term re-elect, says Wentzell.