St. Paul’s byelection vote breakdown

Liberal Eric Hoskins won, PC Sue-Ann Levy second place
Here is the final vote tally for all ten candidates in Sept. 17 vote
By Kris Scheuer

So by now you know that newly elected Liberal MPP Dr. Eric Hoskins pulled off a victory in last night’s byelection in St. Paul’s.
If you want more on that story, please read the article by myself and Town Crier newspaper colleague Brian Baker.
What did you think about this heated political battle between Hoskins and PC Sue-Ann Levy?
If you wondering how many votes each candidate got, I have the breakdown from Elections Ontario as of 12:20 am this morning. This is the final tally with all 238 polls reporting, but remains unofficial until verified by the Chief Electoral Officer.There were a potential 82,505 eligible voters in St. Paul’s.

Name/ Nom Candidate/ Candidat Votes Popular Vote/ Suffrages exprimés
DANISH AHMED PARTY FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS/PARTI POUR LES GENS QUI ONT DES BESOINS SPÉCIAUX

95

0.34%

CHRIS CHOPIK GREEN PARTY OFONTARIO/

LE PARTI VERT DE L’ONTARIO

1515

5.47%

MARIUS FREDERICK INDEPENDENT/

INDÉPENDANT

84

0.30%

JULIAN HELLER NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFONTARIO/

NOUVEAU PARTI DÉMOCRATIQUE DE L’ONTARIO

4677

16.88%

ERIC HOSKINS ONTARIO LIBERAL PARTY/

PARTI LIBÉRAL DE L’ONTARIO

13192

47.60%

JOHN KITTREDGE ONTARIOLIBERTARIAN PARTY/

PARTI LIBERTARIEN DE L’ONTARIO

161

0.58%

SUE-ANN LEVY PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE PARTY OFONTARIO/

PARTIPROGRESSISTE-CONSERVATEURDE L’ONTARIO

7851

28.33%

PAUL MCKEEVER FREEDOM PARTY OF ONTARIO

61

0.22%

RAJ RAMA INDEPENDENT/

INDÉPENDANT

24

0.09%

JOHN

TURMEL

INDEPENDENT/

INDÉPENDANT

52

0.19%


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