Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election, 2018

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Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election, 2018

← 2015 March 10, 2018
  Doug Ford 2014 parade (cropped 2).jpg Christine Elliott (cropped).jpg
Candidate Doug Ford Christine Elliott
Riding Etobicoke North
(Nomination candidate)
None
Points allocated 6,202 6,049
Percentage 50.62% 49.38%

  Caroline Mulroney 2018 (Cropped Rectangle).jpg Tanya Granic Allen in Ottawa, February 2018.jpg
Candidate Caroline Mulroney Tanya Granic Allen
Riding York—Simcoe
(Nominee)
None
Percentage Eliminated
Round 2
Eliminated
Round 1

Ontario PC Party Leadership Election 2018 - Results by Riding.svg
Top Map: Results of the first round by plurality of points. Bottom Map: Results of the 3rd (final) round by plurality of points

Leader before election

Vic Fedeli (interim)

Elected Leader

Doug Ford

The 2018 Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election was held on March 10, 2018,[1][2] due to the resignation of party leader Patrick Brown on January 25, 2018, following allegations of sexual misconduct.[3] Winner Doug Ford narrowly defeated runner-up Christine Elliott on the third ballot with 50.6% of allocated points.

The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election was scheduled for 3 months before the 2018 provincial election scheduled for June 7. It came after a turbulent year of disputed and allegedly fraudulent nominations contests across the province for local PC candidates.[4] In two of these contests; Ottawa West—Nepean and Scarborough Centre the nominations were overturned after Brown's resignation and Brown's own nomination in Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte was cancelled.[5] At the time of the leadership election Newmarket—Aurora and five others remained under active investigation by the party[6] and Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas remained under police investigation.[7]

According to Article 23.1 of the PC party constitution, when there is a vacancy in the position of leader, the party caucus chooses an interim leader to serve until a new leader is elected in a leadership election, which must be held within 18 months of the vacancy occurring, and in which all party members can vote.[8] Party president Rick Dykstra told the media on January 25 that "a leadership election will take place at such time as the PC party shall determine in its discretion".[9] The party executive met on January 26, 2018, following the caucus election, to determine whether to have a leadership election before the provincial election, and if so, how it would proceed, or whether to have the interim leader lead the party into the election,[10] and called the leadership election for March 2018.[2]

Rules and procedures[edit]

Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election, 2018
Ontario Progressive Conservative Party Logo (With Name).svg
DateMarch 10, 2018[1]
ConventionHilton Toronto and Markham Suites Conference Centre, Markham, Ontario
Resigning leaderPatrick Brown
Won byDoug Ford
Ballots3
Candidates4
Entrance Fee$125,000
($75,000 + $25,000 compliance deposit + $25,000 membership list access fee)
Spending limit$750,000
Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership conventions 1920, 1936, 1938, 1949, 1961, 1971, 1985, 1990, 2002, 2004, 2009, 2015, 2018

All party members are eligible to cast votes by preferential ballot using electronic balloting, provided that they are members in good standing by February 16, 2018. To be eligible, one must be at least 14 years of age, a Canadian Citizen who is a resident of Ontario, and pay a $10 membership fee with personal funds (i.e. no corporation or union funds may be used).

The vote was weighted so that each of the province's ridings that has more than 100 votes cast are allocated 100 electoral votes; ridings in which fewer than 100 party members vote were weighted, but instead had the votes counted as individual votes.[11] The lowest-ranked candidate were dropped from the next round as ballots are counted, and the first candidate to get 50 per cent of the votes was declared the new leader.[11]

Candidates must be nominated by at least 100 party members, must agree to abide by the party's existing platform for the next election, and must be approved by the party's nominations committee as a PC candidate for the 2018 provincial election.[12]

Method and Electronic Security[edit]

The voting method is solely electronic voting with no other access methods. To cast a ballot, a three-part validation-vote was employed. First each eligible member had to register to vote with a code sent via regular mail. Second, each member who had registered had to validate their identity with one piece of government issued identification by uploading an image. Third, each qualifying member was provided a second access code to use during the voting period via the internet. The system was criticized by all candidates as overly complicated and difficult for elderly members and those with difficulties using or accessing computers.[citation needed]

Doug Ford and Tanya Granic Allen raised concerns over the security and legitimacy of the vote. Ford stated he believed "party elites" and "the establishment" would try to steal the election and said "there should be security cameras on the servers".[13] Past leadership candidate Frank Klees said he had grave concerns about the integrity of the vote.[14]

Timeline[edit]

  • January 24, 2018: Leader Patrick Brown holds an emergency press conference at 9:45 pm to deny allegations of sexual misconduct, 15 minutes before CTV News planned to break a story detailing allegations made by two women. The PC Caucus meets in a telephone conference call and demands Brown's resignation.[9]
  • January 25, 2018: Just before 1:30 am, Brown issues a statement announcing his resignation as party leader but maintaining his innocence. Brown states his intention to remain an MPP.[9]
  • January 26, 2018:
    • PC caucus unanimously elects Vic Fedeli as interim leader and Fedeli announces he intends to run for the permanent leadership
    • The PC Party executive decides to hold a full-scale leadership election before the next provincial election and sets the date of the leadership election.[10][2]
  • January 28, 2018: Party president Rick Dykstra resigns shortly before Maclean's magazine publishes a story about him allegedly sexually assaulting an employee during his time as a federal MP.[15]
  • January 29, 2018: Doug Ford announces he intends to run.[16][17]
  • January 30, 2018: Fedeli withdraws from the contest.[18]
  • January 31, 2018: The party's executive decides on the timeline and rules for the leadership election.[19]
  • February 1, 2018: Christine Elliott officially declares her candidacy.[20]
  • February 3, 2018: Ford officially declares his candidacy.[21]
  • February 4, 2018: Caroline Mulroney officially declares her candidacy.[22]
  • February 8, 2018: Tanya Granic Allen announces she intends to run.[23]
  • February 14, 2018: Granic Allen officially declares her candidacy.[24]
  • February 15, 2018: All-candidates televised debate held in Toronto, moderated by Steve Paikin and aired on TVOntario.[25]
  • February 16, 2018:
    • Former leader Patrick Brown is expelled from the PC caucus,[26] and then declares his candidacy.[27]
    • Last day of the nomination period (as of 5:00 pm) and to become a member of the party eligible to vote (as of 11:59 pm)[11]
  • February 20, 2018: PC Party Provincial Nominations Committee meets to interview Elliott, Ford, Granic Allen and Brown as part of the vetting process. (As the only nominated riding candidate, Mulroney has already been vetted).[28]
  • February 21, 2018: Provincial Nominations Committee approves the candidacies of Brown, Elliott, Ford, and Granic Allen in addition to Mulroney, whose candidacy had previously been approved.[29]
  • February 23, 2018: Last day for candidates to withdraw their names from the ballot (candidates who withdraw after this date may still appear on the ballot).[11]
  • February 26, 2018: Patrick Brown withdraws from leadership race.[30]
  • February 28, 2018, 6:30 pm: All-candidates debate held at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, moderated by Althia Raj of HuffPost Canada.[31]
  • March 1, 2018, 1:30–3:00 pm: Debate held in London, Ontario, between Christine Elliott, Doug Ford, and Tanya Granic Allen; moderated by Andrew Lawton of CFPL and broadcast live on Global News Radio stations and over Facebook.[32] Caroline Mulroney declined an invitation to attend the debate.[33]
  • March 2–9, 2018: Voting period. Online balloting used. Voting ended at noon on the last day of the voting period.[11][1][34] An application for a court injunction to extend the voting period by a week was denied by an Ontario Superior Court of Justice judge.[35]
  • March 10, 2018: Leadership votes counted and results were scheduled to be announced at a convention in Markham, Ontario at 3 pm. However, results were not made available at that time and at 7:30 pm the party's Chief Electoral Officer announced a review of some ballots was required and the results were not announced until after 10 pm.[36][1][37]
  • March 11, 2018: Elliott initially issues a statement refusing to concede, citing "serious irregularities with respect to this leadership race" and asserting that "thousands of members have been assigned to incorrect ridings" resulting in electoral points being misallocated.[38][39] However, Elliott releases a statement later that evening conceding to Ford and pledging her support for him as leader.[40]
  • June 7, 2018: Fixed-date of the 2018 Ontario provincial election.

Debates[edit]

Debates among candidates for the 2018 Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election
No. Date Place Organized by Moderator Participants
 P  Participant.  I  Invitee.
 N  Non-invitee.  A  Absent invitee.  O  Out of race (exploring or withdrawn).
Brown Elliott Fedeli Ford Granic
Allen
Mulroney
1 February 15, 2018 William G. Davis Studio
Toronto, ON
TVOntario Steve Paikin O P O P P P
2 February 28, 2018 Shaw Centre
Ottawa, ON
Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario Althia Raj O P O P P P
3 March 1, 2018 Global News Radio 980 CFPL
London, ON
Global News Andrew Lawton O P O P P A

Interim leadership[edit]

Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli was elected as interim leader by the PC parliamentary caucus in a unanimous vote on January 26, 2018. Caucus had favoured having the interim leader lead the party in the election campaign but the party executive opted to hold a leadership election prior to the general election.[9]

Candidates[edit]

Christine Elliott[edit]

Christine Elliott

Christine Elliott, 63, is the former non-partisan Patient Ombudsman for Ontario (2016–2018), a past PC leadership candidate (2009 and 2015) and former MPP (Whitby—Ajax 2006–07, Whitby—Oshawa 2007–15).[9][41] She is a lawyer by training, and is the widow of former federal Minister of Finance, and 2002 and 2004 Ontario PC leadership candidate Jim Flaherty. Elliott is also a co-founder and director of the Abilities Centre, a facility for those with special needs.[42]

Elliott opposed a carbon tax,[43] and supported builiding a high-speed rail line between Toronto to Windsor.[44]

  • Date candidacy declared: February 1, 2018[20][45]
  • Date candidacy registered with Elections Ontario: February 7, 2018[46]

Endorsements

Doug Ford[edit]

Doug Ford

Doug Ford, 53, is a businessman and politician who is currently seeking the PC nomination in Etobicoke North for the upcoming June 2018 provincial election.[105] Ford is the brother of former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, and son of former Etobicoke-Humber MPP Doug Ford Sr.. He was a member of Toronto City Council during his brother's term as mayor (2010–2014) and the runner-up in the 2014 Toronto mayoral election.[106][107] Ford announced on February 1, 2018, that he would devote his energy to the leadership race and was no longer intending to run in the 2018 Toronto mayoral election.[108]

Ford promised to "present Ontarians with a compassionate and responsible vision".[109] He wanted to keep taxes low and eliminate a carbon tax.[110] He stated he would not support policies that make Ontario less competitive.[110] He has promised to fund election promises by finding efficiencies in government. Ford is in favour of expanding public transit in the GTA.[109] He promised to revisit the sex-education curriculum.[109]

  • Date candidacy announced: January 29, 2018[16][17]
  • Date candidacy declared: February 3, 2018[21]
  • Date candidacy registered with Elections Ontario: February 2, 2018[46]

Endorsements

Tanya Granic Allen[edit]

Tanya Granic Allen

Tanya Granic Allen, 37, is a social conservative parental rights activist and the president of Parents As First Educators (PAFE), a group that opposes the province's new sex education curriculum.[23][122] She also sits on the board of the Catholic Civil Rights League, a conservative Catholic lobby and advocacy group.[123] She previously worked as a political staffer at Toronto City Hall for then Toronto City Councillor John Parker, and as a spokesperson for the Campaign Life Coalition.[124][125]

Granic Allen opposes abortion and also supported repealing and replacing the Liberal government's new sex education curriculum.[126][127] She promised to rerun contested riding nominations completed under Patrick Brown.

  • Date candidacy announced: February 8, 2018[23]
  • Date candidacy declared: February 14, 2018[24]
  • Date candidacy registered with Elections Ontario: February 13, 2018[24]

Endorsements

Caroline Mulroney[edit]

Caroline Mulroney

Caroline Mulroney, 44, is a businesswoman, lawyer and the daughter of former Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney and his wife, Mila. Mulroney is the PC candidate in York—Simcoe for the upcoming election.[131]

Mulroney wanted to use the "People's Guarantee" as a "starting point".[132] She supported childcare rebates as well as cuts to hydro rates.[132] Mulroney had been in favour of a carbon tax,[133] but shifted against one.[133][134] Mulroney remained committed to spending $1 billion to build Hamilton's light rail transit system.[135] Her platform would have had a small deficit to pay for her promises.[136]

  • Date candidacy declared: February 4, 2018[22]
  • Date candidacy registered with Elections Ontario: February 5, 2018[46]

Endorsements

Withdrawn candidates[edit]

Patrick Brown[edit]

Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown, 40, is the MPP for Simcoe North (2015–2018 as a Progressive Conservative and 2018–present as an independent) and a former Conservative MP for Barrie (2006–2015). He was the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario from 2015 until his 2018 resignation triggered this leadership election. Brown was expelled from the PC caucus hours before registering his candidacy on February 16, 2018.[26] On February 21, 2018 the party's nominations committee approved Brown to seek the leadership in a 3 to 2 vote.[173][174]

Brown planned to run on the full "People's Guarantee" platform, including a carbon tax which would fund the platform, and which had been the intended 2018 election platform prior to Brown's resignation.[175]

Brown withdrew ten days after announcing his candidacy, claiming that he and his family had been subjected to threats for entering the contest. His withdrawal occurred hours after reports surfaced that as leader he had directed top party officials: "get me the result I want", in a riding nomination that has subsequently become the focus of a Hamilton Police Service investigation for alleged fraud and also the same day that the Integrity Commissioner announced an investigation of Brown's travel expenses and other alleged financial improprieties.[176][177][178]

  • Date candidacy declared: February 16, 2018[27]
  • Date candidacy registered with Elections Ontario: February 16, 2018[46]
  • Date withdrew: February 26, 2018[30]

Endorsements

Vic Fedeli[edit]

Vic Fedeli

Vic Fedeli, 62, was the Interim Leader (2018), Finance Critic and MPP for Nippissing (2011–present), past leadership candidate (2015) and former mayor of North Bay, Ontario (2003–2010). Fedeli told reporters that he will "let my name stand for leader of our party".[9] After the party executive announced its decision to schedule a leadership election in March, Fedeli reiterated his intention to run for the permanent leadership.[189] On January 30, 2018, however, he announced that he would not be running for the permanent leadership after all in order to focus on his duties as interim leader and correcting organizational problems within the party in the run up to the general election.[18]

  • Date candidacy announced: January 26, 2018
  • Date withdrew: January 30, 2018[18]

Endorsements

Declined[edit]

Opinion polling[edit]

All Ontarians[edit]

Poll source Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Other
Forum Research
Sample size: 949
February 17, 2018 Christine Elliott
22%
Doug Ford
16%
Caroline Mulroney
14%
Patrick Brown
13%
Tanya Granic Allen
5%
Not Sure 31%
Forum Research
Sample size: 751
January 25, 2018 Christine Elliott
12%
Doug Ford
11%
John Tory
8%
Caroline Mulroney
7%
Tony Clement
6%
Lisa Raitt 6%, John Baird 5%, Lisa MacLeod 4%, Not Sure 41%

Progressive Conservative supporters only[edit]

Poll source Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Other
Forum Research
Sample size: 315
January 25, 2018 Christine Elliott
17%
Doug Ford
13%
Caroline Mulroney
11%
John Tory
9%
John Baird
6%
Lisa Raitt 6%, Tony Clement 4%, Lisa MacLeod 4%, Not Sure 29%

Progressive Conservative members only[edit]

Poll source Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Mainstreet Research
Sample size: 18,308
March 1 to 7, 2018 Christine Elliott
35.2%
Doug Ford
34.9%
Caroline Mulroney
17.3%
Tanya Granic Allen
12.5%
N/A
Mainstreet Research
Sample size: 17,399
February 21 to 26, 2018 Doug Ford
34.8%
Christine Elliott
33.9%
Caroline Mulroney
19.6%
Tanya Granic Allen
11.7%
N/A
Mainstreet Research[215]
Sample size: 4,412-6,096
February 20 to 22, 2018 Christine Elliott
28.85%
Patrick Brown
28.29%
Doug Ford
22.24%
Caroline Mulroney
14.15%
Tanya Granic Allen
6.46%

Results[edit]

By round[edit]

     = Eliminated from next round
     = Winner
Candidate Ballot 1 Ballot 2 Ballot 3
Name Votes Points Votes +/- Points +/- Votes +/- Points +/-
Christine Elliott 23,237
36.28%
4,187
34.13%
24,138
37.99%
901
1.71%
4,394
35.82%
207
1.69%
32,202
51.74%
8,064
13.75%
6,049
49.38%
1,655
13.56%
Doug Ford 20,363
31.80%
4,091
33.35%
27,812
43.77%
7,449
11.97%
5,652
46.08%
1,561
12.73%
30,041
48.26%
2,229
4.49%
6,202
50.62%
550
4.54%
Caroline Mulroney 11,099
17.33%
2,107
17.18%
11,595
18.25%
496
0.92%
2,221
18.11%
114
0.93%
eliminated
Tanya Granic Allen 9,344
14.596%
1,882
15.34%
eliminated
TOTAL 64,043 12,267 63,545 -498 12,267 0 62,243 -1,302 12,251 -16

By riding[edit]

Toronto[edit]

Toronto
Riding Ballot 1 Ballot 2 Ballot 3
Caucus/Candidate (Supported) Granic
Allen
Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliot Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Total
Toronto & York
Beaches—East York
7.40
(37)
41.20
(206)
31.40
(157)
20.00
(100)
100
(500)
41.60
(208)
+0.40
(+2)
38.00
(190)
+6.60
(+33)
20.40
(102)
+0.40
(+2)
100
(500)
(0) 59.96
(292)
+18.36
(+84)
40.04
(195)
+2.04
(+5)
100
(487)
(-13)
Davenport
10.90
(23)
26.54
(56)
45.02
(95)
17.54
(37)
100
(211)
27.49
(58)
+0.95
(+2)
54.98
(116)
+9.95
(+21)
17.54
(37)
+0.00
(+0)
100
(211)
(0) 40.29
(83)
+12.80
(+25)
59.71
(123)
+4.73
(+7)
100
(206)
(-5)
Don Valley East
Candidate: Denzil Minnan-Wong (Mulroney)
11.23
(42)
37.97
(142)
39.84
(149)
10.96
(41)
100
(374)
39.04
(146)
+1.07
(+4)
49.47
(185)
+9.63
(+36)
11.50
(43)
+0.53
(+2)
100
(374)
(0) 46.47
(171)
+7.43
(+25)
53.53
(197)
+4.07
(+12)
100
(368)
(-6)
Don Valley West
Candidate: Jon Kieran (Mulroney)
4.27
(57)
45.43
(606)
19.42
(259)
30.89
(412)
100
(1334)
46.58
(620)
+1.16
(+14)
22.16
(295)
+2.75
(+36)
31.26
(416)
+0.37
(+4)
100
(1331)
(-3) 73.88
(939)
+27.30
(+319)
26.12
(332)
+3.96
(+37)
100
(1271)
(-60)
Eglinton—Lawrence
4.53
(40)
50.79
(449)
17.99
(159)
26.70
(236)
100
(884)
51.08
(451)
+0.28
(+2)
21.63
(191)
+3.65
(+32)
27.29
(241)
+0.60
(+5)
100
(883)
(-1) 74.26
(629)
+23.19
(+178)
25.74
(218)
+4.11
(+27)
100
(847)
(-36)
Parkdale—High Park
14.31
(75)
36.64
(192)
26.15
(137)
22.90
(120)
100
(524)
38.42
(199)
+1.78
(+7)
38.22
(198)
+12.08
(+61)
23.36
(121)
+0.46
(+1)
100
(518)
(-6) 58.30
(295)
+19.88
(+96)
41.70
(211)
+3.48
(+13)
100
(506)
(-12)
Spadina—Fort York
4.66
(24)
44.85
(231)
24.27
(125)
26.21
(135)
100
(515)
45.72
(235)
+0.87
(+4)
27.63
(142)
+3.35
(+17)
26.65
(137)
+0.44
(+2)
100
(514)
(-1) 67.73
(340)
+22.01
(+105)
32.27
(162)
+4.65
(+20)
100
(502)
(-12)
Toronto Centre
7.30
(27)
46.22
(171)
18.92
(70)
27.57
(102)
100
(370)
47.43
(175)
+1.21
(+4)
24.39
(90)
+5.47
(+20)
28.18
(104)
+0.62
(+2)
100
(369)
(-1) 72.30
(261)
+24.87
(+86)
27.70
(100)
+3.31
(+10)
100
(361)
(-8)
Toronto—Danforth
6.47
(22)
35.59
(121)
27.65
(94)
30.29
(103)
100
(340)
36.77
(125)
+1.18
(+4)
32.65
(111)
+5.00
(+17)
30.59
(104)
+0.29
(+1)
100
(340)
(0) 64.05
(212)
+27.28
(+87)
35.95
(119)
+3.31
(+8)
100
(331)
(-9)
Toronto—St. Paul's
5.43
(46)
43.09
(365)
13.34
(113)
38.14
(323)
100
(847)
44.48
(375)
+1.39
(+10)
17.08
(144)
+3.74
(+31)
38.43
(324)
+0.30
(+1)
100
(843)
(-4) 77.47
(605)
+32.98
(+230)
22.54
(176)
+5.45
(+32)
100
(781)
(-62)
University—Rosedale
Candidate: Gillian Smith (Mulroney)
3.26
(31)
43.85
(417)
11.67
(111)
41.22
(392)
100
(951)
44.95
(427)
+1.10
(+10)
13.58
(129)
+1.91
(+18)
41.47
(394)
+0.25
(+2)
100
(950)
(-1) 81.42
(732)
+36.48
(+305)
18.58
(167)
+5.00
(+38)
100
(899)
(-51)
North York
Don Valley North
Candidate: Vincent Ke (Ford)
13.50
(91)
20.62
(139)
57.27
(386)
8.61
(58)
100
(674)
21.34
(143)
+0.72
(+4)
69.40
(465)
+12.13
(+79)
9.25
(62)
+0.65
(+4)
100
(670)
(-4) 26.43
(176)
+5.08
(+33)
73.57
(490)
+4.17
(+25)
100
(666)
(-4)
Humber River—Black Creek
13.21
(21)
8.81
(14)
68.55
(109)
9.43
(15)
100
(159)
8.81
(14)
+0.00
(+0)
81.13
(129)
+12.58
(+20)
10.06
(16)
+0.63
(+1)
100
(159)
(0) 15.72
(25)
+6.92
(+11)
84.28
(134)
+3.15
(+5)
100
(159)
(0)
Willowdale
Candidate: Stan Cho (Mulroney)
13.19
(65)
26.57
(131)
40.57
(200)
19.68
(97)
100
(493)
28.51
(140)
+1.94
(+9)
51.53
(253)
+10.96
(+53)
19.96
(98)
+0.28
(+1)
100
(491)
(-2) 44.49
(214)
+15.98
(+74)
55.51
(267)
+3.98
(+14)
100
(481)
(-10)
York Centre
Candidate: Roman Baber (Elliott)
7.57
(32)
38.53
(163)
39.48
(167)
14.42
(61)
100
(423)
39.67
(167)
+1.13
(+4)
45.84
(193)
+6.36
(+26)
14.49
(61)
+0.07
(+0)
100
(421)
(-2) 50.85
(209)
+11.19
(+42)
49.15
(202)
+3.31
(+9)
100
(411)
(-10)
York South—Weston
11.01
(23)
22.01
(46)
63.64
(133)
3.35
(7)
100
(209)
23.67
(49)
+1.66
(+3)
72.95
(151)
+9.31
(+18)
3.38
(7)
+0.03
(+0)
100
(207)
(-2) 26.70
(55)
+3.03
(+6)
73.30
(151)
+0.35
(+0)
100
(206)
(-1)
Etobicoke
Etobicoke Centre
12.25
(118)
24.82
(239)
51.51
(496)
11.42
(110)
100
(963)
25.55
(244)
+0.73
(+5)
62.20
(594)
+10.69
(+98)
12.25
(117)
+0.83
(+7)
100
(955)
(-8) 34.33
(322)
+8.78
(+78)
65.67
(616)
+3.47
(+22)
100
(938)
(-17)
Etobicoke—Lakeshore
Candidate: Christine Hogarth (Elliott)
11.83
(97)
39.51
(324)
34.27
(281)
14.39
(118)
100
(820)
40.37
(331)
+0.85
(+7)
44.15
(362)
+9.88
(+81)
15.49
(127)
+1.10
(+9)
100
(820)
(0) 52.96
(430)
+12.59
(+99)
47.04
(382)
+2.90
(+20)
100
(812)
(-8)
Etobicoke North
11.68
(55)
9.34
(44)
74.95
(353)
4.03
(19)
100
(471)
10.62
(50)
+1.27
(+6)
84.93
(400)
+9.98
(+47)
4.46
(21)
+0.43
(+2)
100
(471)
(0) 13.59
(64)
+2.97
(+14)
86.41
(407)
+1.49
(+7)
100
(471)
(0)
Scarborough
Scarborough—Agincourt
17.16
(64)
21.45
(80)
52.82
(197)
8.58
(32)
100
(373)
22.13
(81)
+0.68
(+1)
68.58
(251)
+15.76
(+54)
9.29
(34)
+0.71
(+2)
100
(366)
(-7) 25.97
(94)
+3.84
(+13)
74.03
(268)
+5.45
(+17)
100
(362)
(-4)
Scarborough Centre
14.10
(54)
31.59
(121)
44.65
(171)
9.66
(37)
100
(383)
33.78
(127)
+2.18
(+6)
56.12
(211)
+11.47
(+40)
10.11
(38)
+0.45
(+1)
100
(376)
(-7) 40.27
(149)
+6.49
(+22)
59.73
(221)
+3.61
(+10)
100
(370)
(-6)
Scarborough—Guildwood
9.84
(36)
23.22
(85)
56.01
(205)
10.93
(40)
100
(366)
24.73
(90)
+1.50
(+5)
63.74
(232)
+7.72
(+27)
11.54
(42)
+0.61
(+2)
100
(364)
(-2) 32.22
(116)
+7.50
(+26)
67.78
(244)
+4.04
(+12)
100
(360)
(-4)
Scarborough North
18.52
(40)
16.67
(36)
61.57
(133)
3.24
(7)
100
(216)
16.67
(36)
+0.00
(+0)
80.09
(173)
+18.52
(+40)
3.24
(7)
+0.00
(+0)
100
(216)
(0) 18.69
(40)
+2.03
(+4)
81.31
(174)
+1.22
(+1)
100
(214)
(-2)
Scarborough—Rouge
MPP: Raymond Cho (Ford)
18.27
(80)
27.40
(120)
33.33
(146)
21.01
(92)
100
(438)
28.01
(121)
+0.61
(+1)
49.77
(215)
+16.44
(+69)
22.22
(96)
+1.22
(+4)
100
(432)
(-6) 44.84
(191)
+16.83
(+70)
55.16
(235)
+5.40
(+20)
100
(426)
(-6)
Scarborough Southwest
10.45
(35)
32.24
(108)
44.48
(149)
12.84
(43)
100
(335)
33.33
(111)
+1.09
(+3)
52.85
(176)
+8.38
(+27)
13.81
(46)
+0.98
(+3)
100
(333)
(-2) 42.42
(137)
+9.08
(+26)
57.59
(186)
+4.73
(+10)
100
(323)
(-10)

905[edit]

905
Riding Ballot 1 Ballot 2 Ballot 3
Caucus/Candidate (Supported) Granic
Allen
Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Total
Hamilton-Niagara
Flamborough—Glanbrook
MP: David Sweet (Elliott)
Candidate: Donna Skelly (Elliott)
24.47
(160)
33.49
(219)
31.65
(207)
10.40
(68)
100
(654)
38.46
(250)
+4.98
(+31)
50.92
(331)
+19.27
(+124)
10.62
(69)
+0.22
(+1)
100
(650)
(-4) 46.02
(295)
+7.56
(+45)
53.98
(346)
+3.06
(+15)
100
(641)
(-9)
Hamilton Centre
16.94
(31)
24.04
(44)
47.00
(86)
12.02
(22)
100
(183)
26.37
(48)
+2.33
(+4)
60.44
(110)
+13.45
(+24)
13.19
(24)
+1.17
(+2)
100
(182)
(-1) 34.62
(63)
+8.24
(+15)
65.39
(119)
+4.95
(+9)
100
(182)
(0)
Hamilton East—Stoney Creek
15.48
(39)
28.18
(71)
44.05
(111)
12.30
(31)
100
(252)
28.92
(72)
+0.74
(+1)
58.23
(145)
+14.19
(+34)
12.85
(32)
+0.55
(+1)
100
(249)
(-3) 37.35
(93)
+8.43
(+21)
62.65
(156)
+4.42
(+11)
100
(249)
(0)
Hamilton Mountain
Candidate: Esther Pauls (Elliott)
17.07
(42)
26.83
(66)
46.75
(115)
9.35
(23)
100
(246)
29.63
(72)
+2.80
(+6)
60.08
(146)
+13.33
(+31)
10.29
(25)
+0.94
(+2)
100
(243)
(-3) 36.93
(89)
+7.30
(+17)
63.07
(152)
+2.99
(+6)
100
(241)
(-2)
Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas
Candidate: Ben Levitt (Elliott)
14.54
(105)
43.77
(316)
27.15
(196)
14.54
(105)
100
(722)
46.05
(332)
+2.28
(+16)
38.70
(279)
+11.55
(+83)
15.26
(110)
+0.71
(+5)
100
(721)
(-1) 56.90
(404)
+10.85
(+72)
43.10
(306)
+4.40
(+27)
100
(710)
(-11)
Niagara Centre
17.07
(85)
26.51
(132)
47.39
(236)
9.04
(45)
100
(498)
28.78
(141)
+2.27
(+9)
61.84
(303)
+14.45
(+67)
9.39
(46)
+0.35
(+1)
100
(490)
(-8) 35.82
(173)
+7.04
(+32)
64.18
(310)
+2.35
(+7)
100
(483)
(-7)
Niagara Falls
MP: Rob Nicholson (Mulroney)
Candidate: Chuck McShane (Elliott)
10.02
(47)
38.59
(181)
31.56
(148)
19.83
(93)
100
(469)
39.49
(184)
+0.89
(+3)
40.13
(187)
+8.57
(+39)
20.39
(95)
+0.56
(+2)
100
(466)
(-3) 56.62
(261)
+17.13
(+77)
43.38
(200)
+3.26
(+13)
100
(461)
(-5)
Niagara West
MPP: Sam Oosterhoff (Elliott)
MP: Dean Allison (Elliott)
29.33
(166)
36.75
(208)
22.97
(130)
10.95
(62)
100
(566)
43.24
(243)
+6.49
(+35)
45.55
(256)
+22.58
(+126)
11.21
(63)
+0.26
(+1)
100
(562)
(-4) 52.59
(295)
+9.35
(+52)
47.42
(266)
+1.86
(+10)
100
(561)
(-1)
St. Catharines
18.77
(70)
30.30
(113)
30.56
(114)
20.38
(76)
100
(373)
32.88
(120)
+2.58
(+7)
45.21
(165)
+14.64
(+51)
21.92
(80)
+1.54
(+4)
100
(365)
(-8) 49.16
(175)
+16.28
(+55)
50.84
(181)
+5.64
(+16)
100
(356)
(-9)
Peel-Halton
Brampton Centre
17.11
(39)
36.40
(83)
39.47
(90)
7.02
(16)
100
(228)
37.28
(85)
+0.88
(+2)
55.70
(127)
+16.23
(+37)
7.02
(16)
+0.00
(+0)
100
(228)
(0) 42.48
(96)
+5.20
(+11)
57.52
(130)
+1.82
(+3)
100
(226)
(-2)
Brampton East
3.44
(20)
47.50
(276)
32.53
(189)
16.52
(96)
100
(581)
47.93
(278)
+0.43
(+2)
35.52
(206)
+2.99
(+17)
16.55
(96)
+0.03
(+0)
100
(580)
(-1) 58.47
(328)
+10.54
(+50)
41.53
(233)
+6.02
(+27)
100
(561)
(-19)
Brampton North
12.33
(37)
33.33
(100)
40.67
(122)
13.67
(41)
100
(300)
34.34
(102)
+1.01
(+2)
50.51
(150)
+9.84
(+28)
15.15
(45)
+1.49
(+4)
100
(297)
(-3) 44.41
(131)
+10.06
(+29)
55.59
(164)
+5.09
(+14)
100
(295)
(-2)
Brampton South
Candidate: Prabmeet Sarkaria (Mulroney)
9.68
(36)
26.88
(100)
30.65
(114)
32.80
(122)
100
(372)
28.03
(104)
+1.15
(+4)
38.81
(144)
+8.17
(+30)
33.15
(123)
+0.36
(+1)
100
(371)
(-1) 59.08
(218)
+31.05
(+114)
40.92
(151)
+2.11
(+7)
100
(369)
(-2)
Brampton West
Candidate: Amarjot Sandhu (Elliott)
8.62
(28)
52.62
(171)
32.31
(105)
6.46
(21)
100
(325)
53.56
(173)
+0.95
(+2)
39.94
(129)
+7.63
(+24)
6.50
(21)
+0.04
(+0)
100
(323)
(-2) 56.83
(183)
+3.27
(+10)
43.17
(139)
+3.23
(+10)
100
(322)
(-1)
Mississauga Centre
17.58
(64)
28.02
(102)
46.15
(168)
8.24
(30)
100
(364)
30.00
(108)
+1.98
(+6)
60.28
(217)
+14.12
(+49)
9.72
(35)
+1.48
(+5)
100
(360)
(-4) 36.31
(130)
+6.31
(+22)
63.69
(228)
+3.41
(+11)
100
(358)
(-2)
Mississauga East—Cooksville
Candidate: Kaleed Rasheed (Mulroney)
22.54
(87)
15.29
(59)
49.74
(192)
12.44
(48)
100
(386)
16.98
(64)
+1.69
(+5)
69.50
(262)
+19.76
(+70)
13.53
(51)
+1.09
(+3)
100
(377)
(-9) 24.66
(91)
+7.69
(+27)
75.34
(278)
+5.84
(+16)
100
(369)
(-8)
Mississauga—Erindale
Candidate: Sheref Sabaway (Elliott)
16.45
(87)
21.55
(114)
53.88
(285)
8.13
(43)
100
(529)
22.39
(118)
+0.84
(+4)
67.93
(358)
+14.06
(+73)
9.68
(51)
+1.55
(+8)
100
(527)
(-2) 29.58
(155)
+7.19
(+37)
70.42
(369)
+2.49
(+11)
100
(524)
(-3)
Mississauga—Lakeshore
9.11
(78)
42.29
(362)
29.79
(255)
18.81
(161)
100
(856)
43.14
(368)
+0.85
(+6)
37.40
(319)
+7.61
(+64)
19.46
(166)
+0.65
(+5)
100
(853)
(-3) 59.01
(491)
+15.87
(+123)
40.99
(341)
+3.59
(+22)
100
(832)
(-21)
Mississauga—Malton
Candidate: Deepak Anand (Elliott)
12.50
(68)
41.91
(228)
32.90
(179)
12.68
(69)
100
(544)
42.65
(232)
+0.73
(+4)
43.75
(238)
+10.85
(+59)
13.60
(74)
+0.92
(+5)
100
(544)
(0) 50.65
(272)
+8.01
(+40)
49.35
(265)
+5.60
(+27)
100
(537)
(-7)
Mississauga—Streetsville
Candidate: Nina Tangri (Elliott)
12.72
(58)
25.22
(115)
53.07
(242)
8.99
(41)
100
(456)
27.27
(123)
+2.05
(+8)
63.19
(285)
+10.12
(+43)
9.53
(43)
+0.54
(+2)
100
(451)
(-5) 34.67
(156)
+7.39
(+33)
65.33
(294)
+2.14
(+9)
100
(450)
(-1)
Burlington
Candidate: Jane McKenna (Mulroney)
11.30
(75)
40.06
(266)
29.97
(199)
18.68
(124)
100
(664)
40.88
(271)
+0.81
(+5)
39.52
(262)
+9.55
(+63)
19.61
(130)
+0.93
(+6)
100
(663)
(-1) 55.90
(365)
+15.02
(+94)
44.10
(288)
+4.59
(+26)
100
(653)
(-10)
Milton
MP: Lisa Raitt (Mulroney)
Candidate: Parm Gill (Elliott)
22.24
(115)
28.43
(147)
36.56
(189)
12.77
(66)
100
(517)
30.27
(155)
+1.84
(+8)
56.45
(289)
+19.89
(+100)
13.28
(68)
+0.52
(+2)
100
(512)
(-5) 41.82
(212)
+11.54
(+57)
58.19
(295)
+1.74
(+6)
100
(507)
(-5)
Oakville
Candidate: Stephen Crawford (Mulroney)
10.80
(120)
38.34
(426)
26.73
(297)
24.12
(268)
100
(1111)
39.87
(441)
+1.53
(+15)
35.44
(392)
+8.71
(+95)
24.68
(273)
+0.56
(+5)
100
(1106)
(-5) 61.16
(666)
+21.28
(+225)
38.84
(423)
+3.40
(+31)
100
(1089)
(-17)
Oakville North—Burlington
Candidate: Effie Triantafilopoulos (Mulroney)
11.63
(97)
38.01
(317)
30.58
(255)
19.78
(165)
100
(834)
39.52
(326)
+1.51
(+9)
40.00
(330)
+9.42
(+75)
20.49
(169)
+0.70
(+4)
100
(825)
(-9) 54.80
(440)
+15.28
(+114)
45.21
(363)
+5.21
(+33)
100
(803)
(-22)
York-Simcoe
Aurora—Oak Ridges—Richmond Hill
Candidate: Michael Parsa (Elliott)
16.25
(103)
19.40
(123)
55.36
(351)
8.99
(57)
100
(634)
20.19
(128)
+0.79
(+5)
70.51
(447)
+15.14
(+96)
9.31
(59)
+0.32
(+2)
100
(634)
(0) 26.98
(170)
+6.80
(+42)
73.02
(460)
+2.51
(+13)
100
(630)
(-4)
King—Vaughan
Candidate: Stephen Lecce (Mulroney)
10.73
(60)
22.72
(127)
46.69
(261)
19.86
(111)
100
(559)
23.56
(131)
+0.84
(+4)
56.30
(313)
+9.60
(+52)
20.14
(112)
+0.29
(+1)
100
(556)
(-3) 36.85
(199)
+13.29
(+68)
63.15
(341)
+6.85
(+28)
100
(540)
(-16)
Markham—Stouffville
Candidate: Paul Calandra (Elliott)
14.09
(92)
36.29
(237)
39.82
(260)
9.80
(64)
100
(653)
37.85
(246)
+1.55
(+9)
52.15
(339)
+12.34
(+79)
10.00
(65)
+0.20
(+1)
100
(650)
(-3) 45.12
(291)
+7.27
(+45)
54.88
(354)
+2.73
(+15)
100
(645)
(-5)
Markham—Thornhill
Candidate: Logan Kanapathi (Elliott)
11.67
(35)
40.67
(122)
33.67
(101)
14.00
(42)
100
(300)
42.67
(128)
+2.00
(+6)
43.00
(129)
+9.33
(+28)
14.33
(43)
+0.33
(+1)
100
(300)
(0) 56.04
(167)
+13.37
(+39)
43.96
(131)
+0.96
(+2)
100
(298)
(-2)
Markham—Unionville
12.84
(105)
20.05
(164)
60.39
(494)
6.72
(55)
100
(818)
20.69
(169)
+0.64
(+5)
72.46
(592)
+12.07
(+98)
6.85
(56)
+0.13
(+1)
100
(817)
(-1) 24.50
(197)
+3.82
(+28)
75.50
(607)
+3.04
(+15)
100
(804)
(-13)
Newmarket—Aurora
Candidate: Charity McGrath (Ford)
10.20
(71)
33.76
(235)
43.39
(302)
12.64
(88)
100
(696)
36.28
(250)
+2.52
(+15)
50.65
(349)
+7.26
(+47)
13.06
(90)
+0.42
(+2)
100
(689)
(-7) 47.52
(326)
+11.24
(+76)
52.48
(360)
+1.83
(+11)
100
(686)
(-3)
Richmond Hill
10.71
(51)
30.25
(144)
48.95
(233)
10.08
(48)
100
(476)
31.14
(147)
+0.89
(+3)
58.05
(274)
+9.10
(+41)
10.81
(51)
+0.72
(+3)
100
(472)
(-4) 37.07
(172)
+5.93
(+25)
62.93
(292)
+4.88
(+18)
100
(464)
(-8)
Thornhill
MPP: Gila Martow (no endorsement)
MP: Peter Kent (Elliott)
11.81
(66)
37.39
(209)
35.78
(200)
15.03
(84)
100
(559)
38.17
(213)
+0.78
(+4)
46.06
(257)
+10.28
(+57)
15.77
(88)
+0.74
(+4)
100
(558)
(-1) 50.45
(278)
+12.28
(+65)
49.55
(273)
+3.49
(+16)
100
(551)
(-7)
Vaughan—Woodbridge
Candidate: Michael Tibollo (Ford)
12.54
(37)
20.34
(60)
58.98
(174)
8.14
(24)
100
(295)
21.31
(62)
+0.97
(+2)
70.10
(204)
+11.12
(+30)
8.59
(25)
+0.46
(+1)
100
(291)
(-4) 24.83
(71)
+3.52
(+9)
75.18
(215)
+5.07
(+11)
100
(286)
(-5)
York—Simcoe
MPP: Julia Munro (no endorsement)
MP: Peter Van Loan (Mulroney)
Candidate: Caroline Mulroney (Mulroney)
9.69
(41)
18.68
(79)
36.64
(155)
34.99
(148)
100
(423)
19.00
(80)
+0.33
(+1)
45.61
(192)
+8.96
(+37)
35.39
(149)
+0.40
(+1)
100
(421)
(-2) 44.39
(178)
+25.39
(+98)
55.61
(223)
+10.01
(+31)
100
(401)
(-20)
Barrie—Innisfil
9.18
(64)
32.14
(224)
42.18
(294)
16.50
(115)
100
(697)
33.00
(229)
+0.86
(+5)
50.14
(348)
+7.96
(+54)
16.86
(117)
+0.36
(+2)
100
(694)
(-3) 43.61
(297)
+10.62
(+68)
56.39
(384)
+6.24
(+36)
100
(681)
(-13)
Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte
MP: Alex Nuttall (Elliott)
8.21
(70)
46.54
(397)
31.30
(267)
13.95
(119)
100
(853)
47.93
(405)
+1.39
(+8)
37.52
(317)
+6.21
(+50)
14.56
(123)
+0.60
(+4)
100
(845)
(-8) 58.10
(484)
+10.17
(+79)
41.90
(349)
+4.38
(+32)
100
(833)
(-12)
Simcoe—Grey
MPP: Jim Wilson (Elliott)
13.23
(75)
41.09
(233)
33.69
(191)
11.99
(68)
100
(567)
42.30
(239)
+1.21
(+6)
44.07
(249)
+10.39
(+58)
13.63
(77)
+1.64
(+9)
100
(565)
(-2) 52.44
(290)
+10.14
(+51)
47.56
(263)
+3.49
(+14)
100
(553)
(-12)
Simcoe North
MP: Bruce Stanton (Mulroney)
Candidate: Jill Dunlop (Elliott)
6.91
(46)
47.90
(319)
27.18
(181)
18.02
(120)
100
(666)
49.17
(325)
+1.27
(+6)
32.22
(213)
+5.05
(+32)
18.61
(123)
+0.59
(+3)
100
(661)
(-5) 64.04
(415)
+14.88
(+90)
35.96
(233)
+3.73
(+20)
100
(648)
(-13)
Durham
Ajax
Candidate: Rod Phillips (Mulroney)
13.35
(69)
47.97
(248)
32.30
(167)
6.38
(33)
100
(517)
50.10
(257)
+2.13
(+9)
43.28
(222)
+10.97
(+55)
6.63
(34)
+0.25
(+1)
100
(513)
(-4) 55.36
(284)
+5.26
(+27)
44.64
(229)
+1.36
(+7)
100
(513)
(0)
Durham
MP: Erin O'Toole (Elliott)
Candidate: Lindsey Park (Elliott)
9.87
(117)
57.22
(678)
26.84
(318)
6.08
(72)
100
(1185)
58.02
(687)
+0.81
(+9)
35.05
(415)
+8.22
(+97)
6.93
(82)
+0.85
(+10)
100
(1184)
(-1) 63.34
(748)
+5.31
(+61)
36.66
(433)
+1.61
(+18)
100
(1181)
(-3)
Oshawa
Candidate: Bob Chapman (Elliott)
11.01
(69)
59.17
(371)
24.56
(154)
5.26
(33)
100
(627)
60.87
(378)
+1.70
(+7)
33.66
(209)
+9.09
(+55)
5.48
(34)
+0.21
(+1)
100
(621)
(-6) 64.78
(401)
+3.91
(+23)
35.22
(218)
+1.56
(+9)
100
(619)
(-2)
Pickering—Uxbridge
Candidate: Peter Bethlenfalvy (Elliott)
12.11
(69)
43.68
(249)
31.93
(182)
12.28
(70)
100
(570)
44.62
(253)
+0.94
(+4)
42.33
(240)
+10.40
(+58)
13.05
(74)
+0.77
(+4)
100
(567)
(-3) 54.69
(303)
+10.07
(+50)
45.31
(251)
+2.98
(+11)
100
(554)
(-13)
Whitby
MPP: Lorne Coe (Elliott)
6.22
(68)
74.95
(820)
15.08
(165)
3.75
(41)
100
(1094)
76.40
(832)
+1.45
(+12)
19.56
(213)
+4.48
(+48)
4.04
(44)
+0.29
(+3)
100
(1089)
(-5) 79.15
(858)
+2.75
(+26)
20.85
(226)
+1.29
(+13)
100
(1084)
(-5)

Eastern Ontario[edit]

Eastern Ontario
Riding Ballot 1 Ballot 2 Ballot 3
Caucus/Candidate (Supported) Granic
Allen
Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Total
National Capital Region
Carleton
MP: Pierre Poilievre (no endorsement)
Candidate: Goldie Ghamari (Elliott)
18.00
(187)
27.72
(288)
26.47
(275)
27.82
(289)
100
(1039)
29.14
(301)
+1.42
(+13)
41.34
(427)
+14.87
(+152)
29.53
(305)
+1.71
(+16)
100
(1033)
(-6) 50.64
(511)
+21.51
(+210)
49.36
(498)
+8.02
(+71)
100
(1009)
(-24)
Kanata—Carleton
Candidate: Merrilee Fullerton (Mulroney)
15.14
(139)
30.17
(277)
22.88
(210)
31.81
(292)
100
(918)
31.93
(288)
+1.76
(+11)
35.03
(316)
+12.16
(+106)
33.04
(298)
+1.23
(+6)
100
(902)
(-16) 56.57
(495)
+24.64
(+207)
43.43
(380)
+8.40
(+64)
100
(875)
(-27)
Nepean
MPP: Lisa MacLeod (no endorsement)
13.84
(84)
31.63
(192)
26.03
(158)
28.50
(173)
100
(607)
33.39
(202)
+1.76
(+10)
37.36
(226)
+11.33
(+68)
29.26
(177)
+0.75
(+4)
100
(605)
(-2) 52.72
(310)
+19.33
(+108)
47.28
(278)
+9.92
(+52)
100
(588)
(-17)
Orléans
Candidate: Cameron Montgomery (Elliott)
28.30
(161)
29.70
(169)
23.37
(133)
18.63
(106)
100
(569)
32.80
(186)
+3.10
(+17)
46.91
(266)
+23.54
(+133)
20.28
(115)
+1.65
(+9)
100
(567)
(-2) 47.85
(267)
+15.05
(+81)
52.15
(291)
+5.24
(+25)
100
(558)
(-9)
Ottawa Centre
15.44
(88)
35.97
(205)
19.30
(110)
29.30
(167)
100
(570)
37.74
(214)
+1.78
(+9)
31.92
(181)
+12.62
(+71)
30.34
(172)
+1.04
(+5)
100
(567)
(-3) 62.03
(343)
+24.28
(+129)
37.98
(210)
+6.05
(+29)
100
(553)
(-14)
Ottawa South
Candidate: Karin Howard (Elliott)
21.18
(115)
35.91
(195)
19.71
(107)
23.20
(126)
100
(543)
39.96
(213)
+4.05
(+18)
36.21
(193)
+16.51
(+86)
23.83
(127)
+0.62
(+1)
100
(533)
(-10) 54.63
(283)
+14.67
(+70)
45.37
(235)
+9.16
(+42)
100
(518)
(-15)
Ottawa—Vanier
Candidate: Fadi Nemr (Elliott)
20.00
(66)
34.55
(114)
20.61
(68)
24.85
(82)
100
(330)
38.60
(127)
+4.06
(+13)
34.04
(112)
+13.44
(+44)
27.36
(90)
+2.51
(+8)
100
(329)
(-1) 58.31
(186)
+19.71
(+59)
41.69
(133)
+7.65
(+21)
100
(319)
(-10)
Ottawa West—Nepean
Candidate: Jeremy Roberts (Elliott)
17.10
(118)
36.67
(253)
22.75
(157)
23.48
(162)
100
(690)
40.26
(277)
+3.60
(+24)
34.01
(234)
+11.26
(+77)
25.73
(177)
+2.25
(+15)
100
(688)
(-2) 58.81
(394)
+18.54
(+117)
41.19
(276)
+7.18
(+42)
100
(670)
(-18)
Eastern Ontario
Bay of Quinte
MPP: Todd Smith (Elliott)
11.76
(91)
56.85
(440)
22.35
(173)
9.04
(70)
100
(774)
57.76
(443)
+0.91
(+3)
32.86
(252)
+10.50
(+79)
9.39
(72)
+0.34
(+2)
100
(767)
(-7) 64.48
(492)
+6.73
(+49)
35.52
(271)
+2.66
(+19)
100
(763)
(-4)
Glengarry—Prescott—Russell
Candidate: Amanda Simard (Elliott)
22.56
(90)
30.58
(122)
26.57
(106)
20.30
(81)
100
(399)
33.00
(130)
+2.42
(+8)
44.16
(174)
+17.60
(+68)
22.84
(90)
+2.54
(+9)
100
(394)
(-5) 50.52
(195)
+17.52
(+65)
49.48
(191)
+5.32
(+17)
100
(386)
(-8)
Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock
MPP: Laurie Scott (Elliott)
11.53
(102)
41.02
(363)
34.12
(302)
13.33
(118)
100
(885)
42.17
(369)
+1.15
(+6)
43.89
(384)
+9.76
(+82)
13.94
(122)
+0.61
(+4)
100
(875)
(-10) 52.36
(455)
+10.19
(+86)
47.64
(414)
+3.76
(+30)
100
(869)
(-6)
Hastings—Lennox and Addington
Candidate: Daryl Kramp (Mulroney)
14.81
(73)
41.18
(203)
28.60
(141)
15.42
(76)
100
(493)
43.39
(210)
+2.21
(+7)
39.88
(193)
+11.28
(+52)
16.74
(81)
+1.32
(+5)
100
(484)
(-9) 57.02
(272)
+13.64
(+62)
42.98
(205)
+3.10
(+12)
100
(477)
(-7)
Kingston and the Islands
19.14
(85)
41.89
(186)
15.32
(68)
23.65
(105)
100
(444)
44.50
(194)
+2.60
(+8)
29.82
(130)
+14.50
(+62)
25.69
(112)
+2.04
(+7)
100
(436)
(-8) 67.29
(286)
+22.80
(+92)
32.71
(139)
+2.89
(+9)
100
(425)
(-11)
Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston
MPP: Randy Hillier (Elliott)
MP: Scott Reid (Elliott)
16.52
(77)
41.20
(192)
20.60
(96)
21.67
(101)
100
(466)
43.72
(202)
+2.52
(+10)
33.12
(153)
+12.52
(+57)
23.16
(107)
+1.49
(+6)
100
(462)
(-4) 60.63
(271)
+16.90
(+69)
39.37
(176)
+6.26
(+23)
100
(447)
(-15)
Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
MPP: Steve Clark (no endorsement)
MP: Gord Brown (Mulroney)
11.73
(53)
26.33
(119)
31.20
(141)
30.75
(139)
100
(452)
27.29
(122)
+0.97
(+3)
41.39
(185)
+10.19
(+44)
31.32
(140)
+0.57
(+1)
100
(447)
(-5) 48.35
(205)
+21.06
(+83)
51.65
(219)
+10.26
(+34)
100
(424)
(-23)
Northumberland—Peterborough South
Candidate: David Piccini (Elliott)
8.57
(58)
55.69
(377)
28.21
(191)
7.53
(51)
100
(677)
56.63
(380)
+0.95
(+3)
35.02
(235)
+6.81
(+44)
8.35
(56)
+0.81
(+5)
100
(671)
(-6) 61.39
(407)
+4.76
(+27)
38.61
(256)
+3.59
(+21)
100
(663)
(-8)
Peterborough—Kawartha
Candidate: Dave Smith (Elliott)
14.62
(75)
48.54
(249)
25.34
(130)
11.50
(59)
100
(513)
49.80
(253)
+1.27
(+4)
38.58
(196)
+13.24
(+66)
11.61
(59)
+0.11
(+0)
100
(508)
(-5) 59.16
(297)
+9.36
(+44)
40.84
(205)
+2.25
(+9)
100
(502)
(-6)
Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry
MPP: Jim McDonell (Elliott)
MP: Guy Lauzon (Mulroney)
11.24
(39)
40.63
(141)
29.40
(102)
18.73
(65)
100
(347)
42.11
(144)
+1.47
(+3)
37.43
(128)
+8.03
(+26)
20.47
(70)
+1.74
(+5)
100
(342)
(-5) 57.70
(191)
+15.60
(+47)
42.30
(140)
+4.87
(+12)
100
(331)
(-11)

Southwestern Ontario[edit]

Southwestern Ontario
Riding Ballot 1 Ballot 2 Ballot 3
Caucus/Candidate (Supported) Granic
Allen
Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Total
Kitchener-Waterloo
Cambridge
21.82
(139)
42.86
(273)
23.08
(147)
12.25
(78)
100
(637)
47.06
(296)
+4.20
(+23)
39.43
(248)
+16.35
(+101)
13.51
(85)
+1.27
(+7)
100
(629)
(-8) 57.79
(360)
+10.73
(+64)
42.22
(263)
+2.79
(+15)
100
(623)
(-6)
Guelph
16.27
(68)
38.52
(161)
27.03
(113)
18.18
(76)
100
(418)
39.52
(164)
+1.00
(+3)
40.72
(169)
+13.69
(+56)
19.76
(82)
+1.58
(+6)
100
(415)
(-3) 54.59
(220)
+15.07
(+56)
45.41
(183)
+4.69
(+14)
100
(403)
(-12)
Kitchener Centre
Candidate: Mary Henein Thorn (Elliott)
30.80
(146)
36.92
(175)
20.46
(97)
11.81
(56)
100
(474)
39.61
(183)
+2.69
(+8)
46.97
(217)
+26.51
(+120)
13.42
(62)
+1.61
(+6)
100
(462)
(-12) 49.78
(227)
+10.17
(+44)
50.22
(229)
+3.25
(+12)
100
(456)
(-6)
Kitchener—Conestoga
MPP: Michael Harris (Elliott)
26.50
(141)
36.28
(193)
25.38
(135)
11.84
(63)
100
(532)
39.54
(208)
+3.27
(+15)
47.34
(249)
+21.96
(+114)
13.12
(69)
+1.28
(+6)
100
(526)
(-6) 50.10
(259)
+10.55
(+51)
49.90
(258)
+2.57
(+9)
100
(517)
(-9)
Kitchener South—Hespeler
Candidate: Amy Fee (Elliott)
16.97
(74)
40.37
(176)
30.96
(135)
11.70
(51)
100
(436)
41.16
(177)
+0.80
(+1)
45.81
(197)
+14.85
(+62)
13.02
(56)
+1.33
(+5)
100
(430)
(-6) 49.53
(212)
+8.37
(+35)
50.47
(216)
+4.65
(+19)
100
(428)
(-2)
Waterloo
20.32
(128)
32.06
(202)
27.46
(173)
20.16
(127)
100
(630)
34.78
(216)
+2.72
(+14)
43.96
(273)
+16.50
(+100)
21.26
(132)
+1.10
(+5)
100
(621)
(-9) 51.90
(314)
+17.12
(+98)
48.10
(291)
+4.14
(+18)
100
(605)
(-16)
Wellington—Halton Hills
MPP: Ted Arnott (Elliott)
MP: Michael Chong (Elliott)
22.36
(93)
35.10
(146)
28.61
(119)
13.94
(58)
100
(416)
37.07
(152)
+1.98
(+6)
48.54
(199)
+19.93
(+80)
14.39
(59)
+0.45
(+1)
100
(410)
(-6) 48.14
(194)
+11.07
(+42)
51.86
(209)
+3.32
(+10)
100
(403)
(-7)
London
Elgin—Middlesex—London
MPP: Jeff Yurek (Mulroney)
21.84
(154)
29.50
(208)
26.53
(187)
22.13
(156)
100
(705)
31.24
(219)
+1.74
(+11)
44.22
(310)
+17.70
(+123)
24.54
(172)
+2.41
(+16)
100
(701)
(-4) 49.11
(330)
+17.87
(+111)
50.89
(342)
+6.67
(+32)
100
(672)
(-29)
London—Fanshawe
24.90
(64)
31.13
(80)
34.24
(88)
9.73
(25)
100
(257)
34.39
(87)
+3.26
(+7)
54.55
(138)
+20.30
(+50)
11.07
(28)
+1.34
(+3)
100
(253)
(-4) 40.16
(100)
+5.77
(+13)
59.84
(149)
+5.29
(+11)
100
(249)
(-4)
London North Centre
Candidate: Susan Truppe (Mulroney)
14.63
(98)
40.45
(271)
22.69
(152)
22.24
(149)
100
(670)
42.60
(282)
+2.15
(+11)
34.14
(226)
+11.45
(+74)
23.26
(154)
+1.02
(+5)
100
(662)
(-8) 60.41
(383)
+17.81
(+101)
39.59
(251)
+5.45
(+25)
100
(634)
(-28)
London West
16.44
(111)
43.56
(294)
19.56
(132)
20.44
(138)
100
(675)
46.48
(310)
+2.92
(+16)
31.63
(211)
+12.08
(+79)
21.89
(146)
+1.45
(+8)
100
(667)
(-8) 61.80
(406)
+15.32
(+96)
38.20
(251)
+6.57
(+40)
100
(657)
(-10)
Windsor-Essex
Chatham—Kent—Leamington
MPP: Rick Nicholls (no endorsement)
23.08
(108)
30.34
(142)
29.49
(138)
17.09
(80)
100
(468)
33.33
(152)
+2.99
(+10)
48.03
(219)
+18.54
(+81)
18.64
(85)
+1.55
(+5)
100
(456)
(-12) 46.53
(208)
+13.20
(+56)
53.47
(239)
+5.44
(+20)
100
(447)
(-9)
Essex
32.71
(123)
26.06
(98)
23.94
(90)
17.29
(65)
100
(376)
27.87
(102)
+1.81
(+4)
51.91
(190)
+27.98
(+100)
20.22
(74)
+2.93
(+9)
100
(366)
(-10) 42.14
(150)
+14.27
(+48)
57.87
(206)
+5.95
(+16)
100
(356)
(-10)
Windsor—Tecumseh
Candidate: Mohammad Latif (Elliott)
31.68
(64)
27.23
(55)
27.23
(55)
13.86
(28)
100
(202)
28.06
(55)
+0.83
(+0)
56.63
(111)
+29.41
(+56)
15.31
(30)
+1.45
(+2)
100
(196)
(-6) 39.27
(75)
+11.21
(+20)
60.73
(116)
+4.10
(+5)
100
(191)
(-5)
Windsor West
Candidate: Adam Ibrahim (Elliott)
24.06
(45)
20.32
(38)
26.74
(50)
28.88
(54)
100
(187)
22.28
(41)
+1.96
(+3)
46.74
(86)
+20.00
(+36)
30.98
(57)
+2.10
(+3)
100
(184)
(-3) 41.46
(68)
+19.18
(+27)
58.54
(96)
+11.80
(+10)
100
(164)
(-20)
Rural
Brantford—Brant
MP: Phil McColeman (Mulroney)
Candidate: Will Bouma (Mulroney)
23.85
(176)
28.18
(208)
32.66
(241)
15.31
(113)
100
(738)
32.01
(234)
+3.83
(+26)
50.75
(371)
+18.10
(+130)
17.24
(126)
+1.93
(+13)
100
(731)
(-7) 43.91
(317)
+11.90
(+83)
56.09
(405)
+5.34
(+34)
100
(722)
(-9)
Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound
MPP: Bill Walker (Elliott)
19.55
(166)
40.17
(341)
22.85
(194)
17.43
(148)
100
(849)
41.86
(352)
+1.69
(+11)
39.00
(328)
+16.15
(+134)
19.14
(161)
+1.71
(+13)
100
(841)
(-8) 56.04
(459)
+14.19
(+107)
43.96
(360)
+4.96
(+32)
100
(819)
(-22)
Dufferin—Caledon
MPP: Sylvia Jones (no endorsement)
MP: David Tilson (Mulroney)
13.42
(132)
32.93
(324)
37.70
(371)
15.96
(157)
100
(984)
33.98
(333)
+1.05
(+9)
49.18
(482)
+11.48
(+111)
16.84
(165)
+0.88
(+8)
100
(980)
(-4) 46.64
(451)
+12.66
(+118)
53.36
(516)
+4.18
(+34)
100
(967)
(-13)
Haldimand—Norfolk
MPP: Toby Barrett (Ford)
MP: Diane Finley (Mulroney)
24.44
(120)
25.66
(126)
39.72
(195)
10.18
(50)
100
(491)
29.10
(142)
+3.44
(+16)
59.02
(288)
+19.30
(+93)
11.89
(58)
+1.70
(+8)
100
(488)
(-3) 38.33
(184)
+9.24
(+42)
61.67
(296)
+2.65
(+8)
100
(480)
(-8)
Huron—Bruce
MPP: Lisa Thompson (no endorsement)
MP: Ben Lobb (Elliott)
24.47
(138)
37.59
(212)
21.63
(122)
16.31
(92)
100
(564)
41.11
(229)
+3.52
(+17)
40.40
(225)
+18.76
(+103)
18.49
(103)
+2.18
(+11)
100
(557)
(-7) 54.44
(294)
+13.33
(+65)
45.56
(246)
+5.16
(+21)
100
(540)
(-17)
Lambton—Kent—Middlesex
MPP: Monte McNaughton (Mulroney)
20.31
(92)
23.84
(108)
26.49
(120)
29.36
(133)
100
(453)
27.07
(121)
+3.23
(+13)
40.94
(183)
+14.45
(+63)
31.99
(143)
+2.63
(+10)
100
(447)
(-6) 46.95
(200)
+19.88
(+79)
53.05
(226)
+12.11
(+43)
100
(426)
(-21)
Oxford
MPP: Ernie Hardeman (Elliott)
28.29
(187)
31.92
(211)
26.32
(174)
13.46
(89)
100
(661)
35.64
(232)
+3.72
(+21)
49.00
(319)
+22.68
(+145)
15.36
(100)
+1.90
(+11)
100
(651)
(-10) 46.09
(295)
+10.46
(+63)
53.91
(345)
+4.90
(+26)
100
(640)
(-11)
Perth—Wellington
MPP: Randy Pettapiece (Elliott)
MP: John Nater (Elliott)
20.71
(111)
37.13
(199)
27.05
(145)
15.11
(81)
100
(536)
38.61
(205)
+1.48
(+6)
45.01
(239)
+17.96
(+94)
16.38
(87)
+1.27
(+6)
100
(531)
(-5) 51.81
(272)
+13.20
(+67)
48.19
(253)
+3.18
(+14)
100
(525)
(-6)
Sarnia—Lambton
MPP: Bob Bailey (Mulroney)
MP: Marilyn Gladu (Elliott)
24.34
(147)
27.65
(167)
28.81
(174)
19.21
(116)
100
(604)
28.45
(169)
+0.80
(+2)
49.83
(296)
+21.02
(+122)
21.72
(129)
+2.51
(+13)
100
(594)
(-10) 42.91
(245)
+14.46
(+76)
57.09
(326)
+7.26
(+30)
100
(571)
(-23)

Northern Ontario[edit]

Northern Ontario
Riding Ballot 1 Ballot 2 Ballot 3
Caucus/Candidate (Supported) Granic
Allen
Elliott Ford Mulroney Total h Elliott Ford Mulroney Total Elliott Ford Total
Algoma—Manitoulin
23.94
(45)
27.66
(52)
38.83
(73)
9.57
(18)
100
(188)
29.41
(55)
+1.75
(+3)
59.89
(112)
+21.06
(+39)
10.70
(20)
+1.12
(+2)
100
(187)
(-1) 37.63
(70)
+8.22
(+15)
62.37
(116)
+2.47
(+4)
100
(186)
(-1)
Kenora—Rainy River
Candidate: Greg Rickford (Mulroney)
15.79
(30)
22.11
(42)
22.11
(42)
40.00
(76)
100
(190)
23.40
(44)
+1.30
(+2)
35.11
(66)
+13.00
(+24)
41.49
(78)
+1.49
(+2)
100
(188)
(-2) 58.33
(105)
+34.93
(+61)
41.67
(75)
+6.56
(+9)
100
(180)
(-8)
Nickel Belt
11.26
(17)
27.15
(41)
38.41
(58)
23.18
(35)
100
(151)
28.48
(43)
+1.33
(+2)
48.34
(73)
+9.93
(+15)
23.18
(35)
+0.00
(+0)
100
(151)
(0) 45.27
(67)
+16.79
(+24)
54.73
(81)
+6.39
(+8)
100
(148)
(-3)
Nipissing
MPP: Vic Fedeli (no endorsement)
16.82
(56)
48.35
(161)
19.82
(66)
15.02
(50)
100
(333)
50.30
(166)
+1.96
(+5)
33.64
(111)
+13.82
(+45)
16.06
(53)
+1.05
(+3)
100
(330)
(-3) 61.68
(198)
+11.38
(+32)
38.32
(123)
+4.68
(+12)
100
(321)
(-9)
Parry Sound—Muskoka
MPP: Norm Miller (Mulroney)
MP: Tony Clement (Mulroney)
6.44
(32)
33.20
(165)
30.99
(154)
29.38
(146)
100
(497)
34.00
(169)
+0.81
(+4)
35.61
(177)
+4.63
(+23)
30.38
(151)
+1.01
(+5)
100
(497)
(0) 59.92
(293)
+25.91
(+124)
40.08
(196)
+4.47
(+19)
100
(489)
(-8)
Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke
MPP: John Yakabuski (Mulroney)
26.66
(169)
17.82
(113)
31.07
(197)
24.45
(155)
100
(634)
21.05
(132)
+3.23
(+19)
53.11
(333)
+22.04
(+136)
25.84
(162)
+1.39
(+7)
100
(627)
(-7) 38.29
(229)
+17.24
(+97)
61.71
(369)
+8.60
(+36)
100
(598)
(-29)
Sault Ste. Marie
MPP: Ross Romano (Elliott)
23.23
(36)
41.94
(65)
23.87
(37)
10.97
(17)
100
(155)
45.03
(68)
+3.10
(+3)
43.05
(65)
+19.18
(+28)
11.92
(18)
+0.95
(+1)
100
(151)
(-4) 54.00
(81)
+8.97
(+13)
46.00
(69)
+2.95
(+4)
100
(150)
(-1)
Sudbury
13.94
(29)
33.17
(69)
37.02
(77)
15.87
(33)
100
(208)
33.98
(70)
+0.81
(+1)
49.52
(102)
+12.50
(+25)
16.51
(34)
+0.64
(+1)
100
(206)
(-2) 44.55
(90)
+10.57
(+20)
55.45
(112)
+5.93
(+10)
100
(202)
(-4)
Thunder Bay—Atikokan
23.56
(41)
41.95
(73)
22.41
(39)
12.07
(21)
100
(174)
44.51
(77)
+2.56
(+4)
41.62
(72)
+19.20
(+33)
13.87
(24)
+1.80
(+3)
100
(173)
(-1) 52.91
(91)
+8.40
(+14)
47.09
(81)
+5.48
(+9)
100
(172)
(-1)
Thunder Bay—Superior North
Candidate: Derek Parks (Elliott)
14.39
(19)
28.79
(38)
33.33
(44)
23.49
(31)
100
(132)
31.06
(41)
+2.27
(+3)
44.70
(59)
+11.36
(+15)
24.24
(32)
+0.76
(+1)
100
(132)
(0) 48.82
(62)
+17.76
(+21)
51.18
(65)
+6.48
(+6)
100
(127)
(-5)
Timiskaming—Cochrane
25.87
(37)
24.48
(35)
36.36
(52)
13.29
(19)
100
(143)
25.35
(36)
+0.88
(+1)
60.56
(86)
+24.20
(+34)
14.09
(20)
+0.80
(+1)
100
(142)
(-1) 35.97
(50)
+10.62
(+14)
64.03
(89)
+3.47
(+3)
100
(139)
(-3)
Timmins
4.00
(4)
25.00
(25)
21.00
(21)
28.00
(28)
78
(78)
25.00
(25)
+0.00
(+0)
25.00
(25)
+4.00
(+4)
28.00
(28)
+0.00
(+0)
78
(78)
(0) 49.00
(49)
+24.00
(+24)
28.00
(28)
+3.00
(+3)
77
(77)
(-1)
Kiiwetinoong
Candidate: Clifford Bull (Mulroney)
3.00
(3)
3.00
(3)
11.00
(11)
17.00
(17)
34
(34)
3.00
(3)
+0.00
(+0)
13.00
(13)
+2.00
(+2)
18.00
(18)
+1.00
(+1)
34
(34)
(0) 14.00
(14)
+11.00
(+11)
17.00
(17)
+4.00
(+4)
31
(31)
(-3)
Mushkegowuk—James Bay
Candidate: André Robichaud (Mulroney)
3.00
(3)
1.00
(1)
8.00
(8)
43.00
(43)
55
(55)
1.00
(1)
+0.00
(+0)
11.00
(11)
+3.00
(+3)
43.00
(43)
+0.00
(+0)
55
(55)
(0) 28.00
(28)
+27.00
(+27)
15.00
(15)
+4.00
(+4)
43
(43)
(-12)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  2. ^ Also served as MPP for Niagara Falls from 1995 to 2003
  3. ^ Also seeking the PC nomination in London West, for the upcoming Provincial election
  4. ^ Also served as Mayor of Whitby, Ontario, from 2006 to 2014
  5. ^ Also served as MP for Oak Ridges—Markham from 2008 to 2015; previously endorsed Mulroney
  6. ^ Also serving as Durham Regional Councillor for Oshawa
  7. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  8. ^ Also serving as Waterloo Catholic District School Board Trustee for Kitchener/Wilmot
  9. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  10. ^ previously endorsed Mulroney
  11. ^ Also served as MP for Brampton—Springdale from 2011 to 2015
  12. ^ Also served as Ottawa City Councillor for Mooney's Bay Ward from 1994 to 1999
  13. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  14. ^ Also serving as Markham City Councillor for Ward 7
  15. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  16. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  17. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  18. ^ previously endorsed Brown and Mulroney
  19. ^ Also serving as Russell Township Councillor
  20. ^ Also serving as Hamilton City Councillor for Ward 7
  21. ^ previously endorsed Brown
  22. ^ Also seeking the PC nomination in Markham—Unionville for the upcoming Provincial election
  23. ^ Also served as MPP for Brampton West—Mississauga from 1995 to 2003
  24. ^ Previously endorsed Brown
  25. ^ Also served as MPP for Dufferin—Peel—Wellington—Grey from 1990 to 2002
  26. ^ former president of the PCPO
  27. ^ Also served as MPP for Halton Centre from 1995 to 1999
  28. ^ Also served as MPP for Leeds—Grenville from 1981 to 2010
  29. ^ Also serving as Brant County councillor for Ward 1
  30. ^ Also serving as Lac Seul First Nation Band Chief
  31. ^ Also served as MP for Prince Edward—Hastings from 2004 to 2015
  32. ^ Also served as MPP for Burlington from 2011 to 2014
  33. ^ Also serving as Deputy Mayor of Toronto and City Councillor for Ward 34 (Don Valley East)
  34. ^ Also served as MP for Kenora from 2008 to 2015
  35. ^ Also served as MP for London North Centre from 2011 to 2015
  36. ^ previously endorsed Ford
  37. ^ previously endorsed Mulroney
  38. ^ Also served as MPP for Nipissing from 2002 and 2003

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