Canadian federal election results in Southwestern Ontario

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This page lists results of Canadian federal elections in Southwestern Ontario.

Regional profile

Southwestern Ontario has traditionally supported the Liberals. However, in the 2006, 2008 and 2011 elections, it gradually swung away from them to support the Conservatives, particularly in the rural areas. The area has a very pronounced urban-rural split: the New Democratic Party (NDP) holds both seats in Windsor and one in London while the Conservatives hold all of the remaining seats. In the 2011 election, the only remaining Liberal seat in the urban riding of London North Centre was won by the Conservatives, leaving the Liberals without any seats in this region for the first time since Confederation.

2011 - 41st General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Chatham-Kent—Essex Dave Van Kesteren

23,360

Matt Daudlin

7,172

Ron Franko

11,449

Robert Hodgson

1,470

Dave Van Kesteren
Elgin—Middlesex—London Joe Preston

29,147

Graham Warwick

6,812

Fred Sinclair

12,439

John Fisher

1,529

Carl Hiemstra (CHP) 582
Will Arlow (CAP) 140
Joe Preston
Essex Jeff Watson

25,327

Nelson Santos

7,465

Taras Natyshak

18,538

Cora Carriveau

1,290

Enver Villamizar (M-L) 77 Jeff Watson
Lambton—Kent—Middlesex Bev Shipley

29,546

Gayle Stucke

7,264

Joe Hill

12,299

Jim Johnston

1,701

Mike Janssens (CHP)

413

Bev Shipley
London—Fanshawe Jim Chahbar

14,294

Roger Caranci

4,893

Irene Mathyssen

21,689

Matthew Peloza

1,202

G.J. Rancourt (CHP)

535

Irene Mathyssen
London North Centre Susan Truppe

19 468

Glen Pearson

17 803

German Gutierrez

12 996

Mary Ann Hodge

2177

AnnaMaria Valastro

(AAE) 229

Glen Pearson
London West Ed Holder

27,675

Doug Ferguson

16,652

Peter Ferguson

16,109

Brad Arthur Corbett

1,703

Rod Morley (United)

65

Ed Holder
Sarnia—Lambton Patricia Davidson

26,112

Tim Fugard

6,931

Brian White

14,856

Tim van Bodegom

1,252

Christopher Desomeaux-Malm (CHP)

514

Patricia Davidson
Windsor—Tecumseh Denise Ghanam

14,945

Irek Kusmierczyk

5,764

Joe Comartin

22,235

Kyle Prestanski

1,354

Laura Chesnik (M-L)

242

Joe Comartin
Windsor West Lisa Lumley

12,577

Melanie Deveau

4,327

Brian Masse

21,592

Alishia Fox

1,096

Margaret Villamzir (M-L)

153

Brian Masse

2008 - 40th General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Chatham-Kent—
Essex
Dave Van Kesteren

19,960

Matthew Daudlin

12,127

Ron Cadotte

6,850

Alina Abbott

2,712

Dave Van Kesteren
Elgin—
Middlesex—
London
Joe Preston

22,970

Suzanne van Bommel

11,169

Ryan Dolby

9,135

Noel Burgon

3,241

Carl Hiemstra (CHP) 622
Michael van Holst (Ind.) 244
Will Arlow (CAP) 117
Joe Preston
Essex Jeff Watson

20,607

Susan Whelan

14,973

Taras Natyshak

13,706

Richard Bachynsky

2,234

Jeff Watson
Lambton—
Kent—
Middlesex
Bev Shipley

24,516

Jeff Wesley

11,812

Joe Hill

7,427

Jim Johnston

3,366

Michael Janssens (CHP) 683 Bev Shipley
London—Fanshawe Mary Lou Ambrogio

12,756

Jacquie Gauthier

7,751

Irene Mathyssen

17,594

Daniel O'Neail

2,661

Leonard Vanderhoeven (CHP) 282 Irene Mathyssen
London North Centre Paul Van Meerbergen

17,716

Glen Pearson

20,964

Steve Holmes

9,376

Mary Ann Hodge

5,612

Glen Pearson
London West Ed Holder

22,556

Sue Barnes

20,435

Peter Ferguson

8,409

Monica Jarabek

5,601

Steve Hunter (PCP) 443
Leslie Bartley (CHP) 253
Sue Barnes
Sarnia—Lambton Patricia Davidson

23,008

Tim Fugard

9,281

Andy Bruziewicz

10,122

Alan McKeown

3,184

Christopher Desormeaux-Malm (CHP) 546 Patricia Davidson
Windsor—Tecumseh Denise Ghanam

10,296

Steve Mastroianni

8,951

Joe Comartin

21,004

Kyle Prestanski

2,752

Joe Comartin
Windsor West Lisa Lumley

8,953

Larry Horwitz

7,369

Brian Masse

20,834

John Esposito

2,253

Elizabeth Rowley (COM) 125
Margaret Villamizar (MXL) 116
Brian Masse

2006 - 39th General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Chatham-Kent—Essex James Comiskey

15,204

Dave Van Kesteren

20,820

Kathleen Kevany

10,875

Ken Bell

1,737

  Jerry Pickard
Elgin—Middlesex—London Crispin Colvin

13,517

Joe Preston

23,416

Tim McCallum

9,873

Jonathan Martyn

2,873

Ken DeVries
(CHP) 1,039

Phil Borm
(PC) 504
Will Arlow
(CAP) 105

Joe Preston
Essex Susan Whelan

19,510

Jeff Watson

23,125

Taras Natyshak

12,993

James McVeity

1,507

Robert A. Cruise
(M.-L.) 108
Jeff Watson
Lambton—Kent—Middlesex Jeff Wesley

16,835

Bev Shipley

25,170

Kevin Blake

9,330

Jim Johnston

2,156

Mike Janssens
(CHP) 797
Rose-Marie Ur
London—Fanshawe Glen Pearson

15,199

Dan Mailer

13,495

Irene Mathyssen

16,067

Dave McLaughlin

1,803

  Pat O'Brien
London North Centre Joe Fontana

24,109

John Mazzilli

17,968

Stephen Maynard

14,271

Stuart Smith

3,300

Rod Morely 283 (PC)
Margaret Mondaca 160
(M.-L.)
Joe Fontana
London West Sue Barnes

23,019

Albert Gretzky

21,690

Gina Barbe

13,056

Monica Jarabek]

2,900

Steve Hunter 328 (PC)
Margaret Villamizar 59 (M.-L.)
Sue Barnes
Sarnia—Lambton Roger Gallaway

17,649

Pat Davidson

21,841

Greg Agar

10,673

Mike Jacobs

1,712

Gary De Boer
(CHP) 1,108

John Elliott
(Ind.) 316

Roger Gallaway
Windsor—Tecumseh Bruck Easton

13,413

Rick Fuschi

12,851

Joe Comartin

22,646

Catherine Pluard

1,644

Laura Chesnik 193 (M.-L.) Joe Comartin
Windsor West Werner Keller

12,110

Alfonso Teshuba

9,592

Brian Masse

23,608

Jillana Bishop

1,444

Enver Villamizar 108 (M.-L.)
Habib Zaidi 224 (Ind.)
Chris Schnurr 614 (PC)
Brian Masse

2004 - 38th General Election

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  1. Chatham-Kent-Essex
  2. Elgin-Middlesex-London
  3. Essex
  4. London-Fanshawe
  5. London North Centre
  6. London West
  7. Lambton-Kent-Middlesex
  8. Sarnia-Lambton
  9. Windsor-Tecumseh
  10. Windsor West
Conservative Party of Canada
Green Party of Canada
Liberal Party of Canada
New Democratic Party

2000 - 37th General Election