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ELECTION 2018 – FINAL RESULTS as of FRIDAY

Algoma—Manitoulin (002)

111 of 111 polls reporting
Candidate (Last Name, First Name) Political Party Number of Votes Percentage of Votes Margin
MANTHA, MICHAEL Ontario NDP/NPD 15,995 58.25 % 9,245
TURNER, JIB PC Party of Ontario 6,750 24.58 %
FOX, CHARLES Ontario Liberal Party 2,272 8.27 %
LEE, TOMMY N O P 1,260 4.59 %
TILSON, JUSTIN Green Party of Ontario 989 3.60 %
MALLON-FERGUSON, KALENA Libertarian 192 0.70 %

Sudbury (103)

95 of 95 polls reporting
Candidate (Last Name, First Name) Political Party Number of Votes Percentage of Votes Margin
WEST, JAMIE Ontario NDP/NPD 17,392 48.09 % 9,000
CROWDER, TROY PC Party of Ontario 8,392 23.20 %
THIBEAULT, GLENN Ontario Liberal Party 8,113 22.43 %
ROBINSON, DAVID Green Party of Ontario 1,504 4.16 %
CHAVEZ WONG, MILA Consensus Ontario 286 0.79 %
WENDLER, JAMES Libertarian 213 0.59 %
SYLVESTRE, DAVID None of the Above Direct Democracy Party 186 0.51 %
POPESCU, J. DAVID INDEPENDENT 83 0.23 %

Nickel Belt (071)

57 of 57 polls reporting
Candidate (Last Name, First Name) Political Party Number of Votes Percentage of Votes Margin
GÉLINAS, FRANCE Ontario NDP/NPD 23,157 63.50 % 15,139
CARDINAL, JO-ANN PC Party of Ontario 8,018 21.99 %
BUTT, TAY Ontario Liberal Party 3,182 8.73 %
CRUMPLIN, BILL Green Party of Ontario 1,137 3.12 %
DEL PAPA, MATTHEW N O P 373 1.02 %
CHRETIEN, JAMES Libertarian 220 0.60 %
BRAULT, KEVIN R. Consensus Ontario 214 0.59 %
BURCH-BELANGER, BAILEY None of the Above Direct Democracy Party 166 0.46 %

PROVINCIALLY: PCS Form a majority government: Wynne resigns as Liberal leader, Liberal Party loses its party status and Greens elect their first MPP in Guelph:

Led by Doug Ford, Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives have secured a majority government, ending nearly 15 years of Liberal power in the province.

The NDP will form the Official Opposition, while the embattled Liberals were handed a historic rebuke from voters, losing the vast majority of their seats at Queen’s Park with their lowest-ever share of the popular vote.

Shortly after results were announced, Kathleen Wynne revealed she will resign as Liberal leader, as the Grits failed to pick up the eight seats necessary to maintain official party status.

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Riding a wave of entrenched anti-Liberal sentiment, the Tories managed to win 76 seats, up from the 27 they held when the campaign kicked off in May.

With more than 99 per cent of polls reporting, voter turnout was about 57.7 per cent, a notable increase from  2014, when turnout was 51 per cent.

s was expected, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath held onto her seat in Hamilton Centre, where she has served as an MPP since 2004. Heading into election day, polls suggested that the NDP had a slim chance of eking out a win. While such an improbable scenario never materialized, the New Democrats managed to take 40 seats, up from the 18 they held when the campaign began.

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