Scott Duvall

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Scott Duvall
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Hamilton Mountain
Assumed office
October 19, 2015
Preceded by Chris Charlton
Hamilton, Ontario City Councillor
In office
December 6, 2006 – October 28, 2015
Preceded by Bill Kelly
Succeeded by Donna Skelly
Constituency Ward 7 (Central Mountain)
Personal details
Nationality Canadian
Political party New Democratic Party
Residence Hamilton

Scott Duvall is a Canadian politician currently serving as the Member of Parliament for Hamilton Mountain.[1] He had previously served on Hamilton City Council representing Ward 7 (Central Mountain) from 2006 until he was elected to the House of Commons following the 2015 Canadian Federal Election. He is a member of the New Democratic Party

Prior to being elected to Hamilton City Council, Duvall was a steelworker and a labour union president.[2] On January 5, 2015, Duvall was selected as the NDP candidate for the Hamilton Mountain riding following a tight nomination battle with former Ontario NDP candidate Bryan Adamczyk.[3][4]

Electoral record[edit]

Federal[edit]

Canadian federal election, 2015
Party Candidate Votes % ∆% Expenditures
New Democratic Scott Duvall 18,046 35.8 -11.4
Liberal Shaun Burt 16,931 33.6 +17.4
Conservative Al Miles 12,986 25.7 -7.4
Green Raheem Aman 1,283 2.5 -0.3
Libertarian Andrew James Caton 763 1.5
Christian Heritage Jim Enos 438 0.9 +0.4
Total valid votes/Expense limit 100.0     $209,945.37
Total rejected ballots
Turnout 50,447 65.61 +3.81
Eligible voters 76,549
New Democratic hold Swing -14.4
Source: Elections Canada[5][6]

Municipal[edit]

e • d  Candidates for the October 27, 2014 Hamilton, Ontario Ward Seven Councillor Election
Candidate Popular vote Expenditures
Votes % ±%
Scott Duvall (incumbent) 9,956 79.12% +21.51% $16,626.25
Keith Beck 1,562 12.41% - $0
Greg Burghall 1,065 8.46% - n/a1
Total votes 13,068 31.75% -8.15%
Registered voters
1 These candidates did not submit official Financial Statements and are, therefore, ineligible to run in the
2018 Municipal election
Note: All Hamilton Municipal Elections are officially non-partisan.
Note: Candidate campaign colours are based on the prominent colour used in campaign items (signs, literature, etc.)
and are used as a visual differentiation between candidates.
Sources: City of Hamilton, "Nominated Candidates"
e • d  Summary of the October 25, 2010 Hamilton, Ontario Ward Seven Councillor Election
Candidate Popular vote
Votes % ±%
Scott Duvall (incumbent) 9,027 57.61% +28.05%
Trevor Pettit 3,938 25.13% n/a
John Gallagher 1,899 12.12% +2.91%
Keith Beck 805 5.14% n/a
Total votes 16,173 100%
Registered voters 40,571 39.9 % +2.97%
Note: All Hamilton Municipal Elections are officially non-partisan.
Note: Candidate campaign colours are based on the prominent colour used in campaign items (signs, literature, etc.)
and are used as a visual differentiation between candidates.
Sources: Hamilton, Ontario, City Clerk's Office
e • d  Summary of the November 13, 2006 Hamilton, Ontario Ward Seven Councillor Election
Candidate Popular vote
Votes % ±%
Scott Duvall 4,111 29.56%
Dennis Haining 2,554 18.36%
Dave Shuttleworth 2,509 18.04%
John Gallagher 1,281 9.21%
Mark DiMillo 1,179 8.48%
Mark Harrington 1,031 7.41%
Tim Nolan 994 7.15%
Mark-Alan Whittle 249 1.79%
Total votes 14,209 100%
Registered voters 38,478 36.93%
Note: All Hamilton Municipal Elections are officially non-partisan.
Note: Candidate campaign colours are based on the prominent colour used in campaign items (signs, literature, etc.)
and are used as a visual differentiation between candidates.
Sources: Hamilton, Ontario, City Clerk's Office

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