|Preceded by||Joyce Savoline|
|Succeeded by||Eleanor McMahon|
|Born||October 22, 1959|
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
Jane McKenna (born October 22, 1959) is a former politician in Ontario, Canada. She was a Progressive Conservative member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 2011 to 2014 who represented the riding of Burlington.
In 2010, McKenna ran for the municipal election in Burlington's ward 1 but lost to incumbent councillor Rick Craven.
McKenna was elected in the 2011 election in the riding of Burlington. She beat Liberal candidate Karmel Sakran by 2,152 votes. While MPP, McKenna served as Critic for the portfolios of Economic Development, Trade & Employment; Government Services and Children and Youth Services.
McKenna was defeated by Liberal candidate Eleanor McMahon in the 2014 election on June 12, 2014. She supported Patrick Brown in his successful bid to become leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario.
In December 2016 McKenna won the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario nomination by a margin of 41 votes for Burlington, her old riding. She will represent the PC party in the 2018 Ontario General Election.
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- "Reevely: Burlington Progressive Conservatives appeal their riding's nomination vote". Ottawa Citizen. December 7, 2016.