Rob Milligan (politician)
|Rob E. Milligan|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario|
|Preceded by||Lou Rinaldi|
|Born||February 6, 1971→
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
Rob Milligan is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in the 2011 General Election. He represents the electoral district of Northumberland—Quinte West as a member of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party caucus.
Milligan grew up in Warkworth, Ontario in the municipality of Trent Hills. He taught History and English at Campbellford District High School from 1998 until his election to the legislature. He is married with two young daughters and operates a small beef farm.
He serves as Deputy Education Critic and Youth Outreach.
|Ontario general election, 2011: Northumberland-Quinte West|
|Progressive Conservative||Rob Milligan (X)||19,279||39.65|
|New Democratic Party||Kira Mees||8,589||17.67|
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