Ten Candidates Fall Short In Bid For Re-election



While the Ontario Progressive Conservatives relatively came out of the election unscathed. One Progressive Conservative failed in his bid for re-election Thursday Night.


Jeremy Roberts the Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) for Ottawa West - Nepean came up short in his bid for re-election on Thursday. Roberts was the only sitting PC MPP at time of dissolution that failed to win their seat back.


Roberts posted to social meida the morning after the results congratulation the NDP winner in the riding, " While it wasn’t the result we wanted in Ottawa West - Nepean, I’d like to thank all of my supporters and friends who have been with me on this journey. It’s been a remarkable four years!


"Wishing newly elected MPP Chandra Pasma all the best as she takes on this role."


This election was a rematch of the 2018 general election where Roberts came out on top by 176 votes. In Thursday's election, Pasma beat Roberts by over 900 votes.



NDP SUFFER MAJOR LOSSES IN 416 AND North


Five NDP MPP's lost their bids for re-election on Thursday. Mostly coming from the 416 and GTA area.


Former Deputy Leader Sara Singh lost her bid for re-election in the riding of Brampton Centre to her PC Challenger.


In Brampton East, Gurratan Singh - the brother of federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh - was defeated his attempt to win his seat back for the Ontario NDP. Singh lost to the PC Challenger.


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