André Leroux is a Canadian politician, who served as mayor of Brigham, Quebec from 1995 to 1999, and was a candidate for the Bloc Québécois in the 2000 federal election.
He joined Human Resources Development Canada as a civil servant in 1976 and remained with the department for twenty-nine years. ref name=former>"Former Brigham mayor running for Bloc," Sherbrooke Record, 2 November 2000, p. 3. During his term in office, the municipality built a municipal garage and purchased a decaying United Church building. He was narrowly defeated by Steven Neil in November 1999.
He downplayed Quebec sovereigntism during the 2000 campaign, focusing instead on his party's position against organized crime and his own record as a municipal politician. He finished second against Liberal incumbent Denis Paradis.
Leroux supported Conservative Party candidate Peter Stastny in the 2004 federal election. He himself moved to Cowansville in 2006 and oversaw construction. He ran for mayor of Cowansville in 2009, losing to incumbent mayor Arthur Fauteux.