Sarnia—Lambton (provincial electoral district)

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Sarnia—Lambton
Flag of Ontario.svg Ontario electoral district
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Sarnia—Lambton in relation to other southwestern Ontario electoral districts
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Ontario
MPP
 
 
 
Bob Bailey
Progressive Conservative
District created 1999
First contested 1999
Last contested 2014
Demographics
Population (2006) 105,360
Electors (2007) 77,548
Area (km²) 1,568
Pop. density (per km²) 67.2
Census divisions Lambton County
Census subdivisions Sarnia, St. Clair, Plympton-Wyoming, Petrolia, Enniskillen, Point Edward
For the federal electoral district, see Sarnia—Lambton.

Sarnia—Lambton is a provincial electoral district in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

The riding was created in 1999 from Sarnia and from part of Lambton when ridings in Ontario were redrawn to match federal ridings.

From 1999 to 2007, the riding consisted of the municipalities of Sarnia, Point Edward, St. Clair and Sarnia 45. For the 2007 election, it gained the municipalities of Petrolia, Plympton-Wyoming, Oil Springs and Enniskillen.

Members of Provincial Parliament[edit]

Sarnia—Lambton
Assembly Years Member Party
Riding created from Sarnia and Lambton
37th  1999 − 2003     Caroline Di Cocco Liberal
38th  2003 − 2007
39th  2007 − 2011     Bob Bailey Progressive Conservative
40th  2011 − 2014
41st  2014 − Present

Election results[edit]

Ontario general election, 2014
** Preliminary results — Not yet official **
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Progressive Conservative Bob Bailey 18,720 41.09 -7.23
New Democratic Brian White 16,274 35.73 +10.28
Liberal Anne Marie Gillis 8,113 17.81 -3.97
Green Kevin Shaw 2,106 4.62 +3.22
Libertarian Andrew K. Falby 340 0.75 +0.35
Total valid votes 45,553 100.00
Progressive Conservative hold Swing -8.76
Source: Elections Ontario[1]
Ontario general election, 2011
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Progressive Conservative Bob Bailey 19,570 48.32 +10.16
New Democratic Brian White 10,307 25.45 -1.37
Liberal Stephanie Barry 8,819 21.78 -7.63
Independent Andy Bruziewicz 1,077 2.66
Green Jason Vermette 567 1.40 -4.22
Freedom Andrew K. Falby 160 0.40
Total valid votes 40,500 100.00
Total rejected, unmarked and declined ballots 199 0.49
Turnout 40,699 51.75
Eligible voters 78,646
Progressive Conservative hold Swing +5.77
Source: Elections Ontario[2]
Ontario general election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Progressive Conservative Bob Bailey 16,145 38.16 +6.29
Liberal Caroline Di Cocco 12,443 29.41 -16.80
New Democratic Barb Millitt 11,349 26.82 +10.36
Green Tim van Bodegom 2,376 5.62
Total valid votes 42,313 100.00
     Progressive Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +11.54

^ Change is from redistributed results

Ontario general election, 2003
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Caroline Di Cocco 18,179 47.54 -1.37
Progressive Conservative Henk Vanden Ende 11,852 30.99 -10.97
New Democratic Glenn Sonier 6,482 16.95 +9.13
Green Bradley Gray 1,414 3.70
Freedom Andrew K. Falby 316 0.83 -0.47
Total valid votes 38,243 100.00

Swing: 4.80% from PC to Lib (Lib hold)

Ontario general election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Caroline Di Cocco 19,440 48.91
Progressive Conservative Dave Boushy 16,679 41.96
New Democratic Mark Kotanen 3,110 7.82
Freedom Andrew K. Falby 517 1.30
Total valid votes 39,746 100.00

2007 electoral reform referendum[edit]

Ontario electoral reform referendum, 2007
Side Votes %
First Past the Post 27,801 67.2
Mixed member proportional 13,594 32.8
Total valid votes 41,395 100.0

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Elections Ontario. "General Election Results by District, 078 Sarnia-Lambton". Retrieved 13 June 2014. 
  2. ^ Elections Ontario (2011). "Official return from the records / Rapports des registres officiels - Sarnia—Lambton". Retrieved 2 June 2014. 

Coordinates: 42°54′N 82°10′W / 42.90°N 82.17°W / 42.90; -82.17