Ontario Libertarian Party candidates, 1990 Ontario provincial election

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The Libertarian Party of Ontario fielded several candidates in the 1990 Ontario provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found here.

Julien Frost (Hamilton Centre)[edit]

No information. Frost received 429 votes (1.69%), finishing fifth against New Democratic Party candidate David Christopherson.

Sandor L. Hegedus (Lawrence)[edit]

Hegedus was seventy years old in 1990, and was an apartment building manager.[1] He had previously campaigned for the Libertarian Party of Canada in the 1988 federal election. His slogan for the 1990 provincial campaign was "less government, more freedom, more free enterprise".[2]

Alex MacDonald (York South)[edit]

MacDonald campaigned for the Ontario legislature in 1987 and 1990. He was a 23-year-old electronics student during his first campaign, and supported free trade and Sunday shopping while opposing "taxes, rent control and subsidized housing".[3] In 1990, he approved pay equity policies for government workers but rejected them in the private sector. He also opposed rent control and no-fault auto insurance, and supported education vouchers.[4]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1987 provincial St. Andrew—St. Patrick Libertarian 761 4/4 Ron Kanter, Liberal
1990 provincial York South Libertarian 759 3.04 4/5 Bob Rae, New Democratic Party

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Lawrence", Toronto Star, 3 September 1990, A6.
  2. ^ Bill Taylor, "Drugs big issue incumbent says Lawrence riding", Toronto Star, 20 August 1990, A7.
  3. ^ Kelly Toughill, "Grossman dynasty on the line", Toronto Star, 28 August 1987, A7.
  4. ^ Tony Wong, "Rae is at home in NDP stronghold", Toronto Star, 2 September 1990, A12.