Independent candidates, 1985 Ontario provincial election

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There were several independent candidates in the 1985 Ontario provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found on this page.

Paul Schulze (York South)[edit]

Schulze was 37 years old, and was a television production assistant for Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. His campaign was centred on "family values" issues, including a pro-life position on abortion.[1] He received 1,063 votes (3.51%), finishing fourth against New Democratic Party leader Bob Rae.


  1. ^ Mary Gooderham, "Beating NDP's Rae like 'giant-killing,' Conservative says", Globe and Mail, 8 April 1985, M5.