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article imageOntario Election 2011 Results – Liberals to form next government

By Andrew Moran     Oct 6, 2011 in Politics
Toronto - Millions of voters across the province have cast their ballot. It was a tight race between Dalton McGuinty's Liberals, Tim Hudak's Progressive Conservatives and Andrea Horwath's New Democrats. DigitalJournal.com has the results for Toronto ridings.
For highlights of this year’s election, please visit Ontario Election 2011.
Overall results thus far
Liberal Party of Ontario – Dalton McGuinty (wins Ottawa Centre riding): 53 seats
Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario – Tim Hudak (wins Niagara Falls-Glanbrook riding): 37 seats
New Democratic Party of Ontario – Andrea Horwath (wins Hamilton Centre riding): 17 seats
Green Party of Ontario – Mike Schreiner (does not win Simcoe-Grey seat): 0 seats
Don Valley West Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Kathleen Wynne (L) and PC candidate Andrea M...
Don Valley West Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Kathleen Wynne (L) and PC candidate Andrea Mandel-Campbell
Don Valley West Riding
Khalid Ahmed – NDP: 9.55 percent
Souman Deb – Freedom Party: 0.24 percent
Louis Fliss – Green: 1.84 percent
Dmitri Kabitsis – Communist: 0.36 percent
Andrea Mandel-Campbel – PC: 29.45 percent
Rosemary Weigh – Vegetarian: 0.33 percent
*Kathleen Wynne – Liberal: 58.23 percent (elected)
Eglinton-Lawrence PC candidate Rocco Rossi (L) and Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Mike Coll...
Eglinton-Lawrence PC candidate Rocco Rossi (L) and Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Mike Colle
Eglinton-Lawrence Riding
Michael Bone – Freedom Party: 0.42 percent
*Mike Colle – Liberal: 51.52 percent (elected)
Gerti Dervishi – NDP: 11.03 percent
Jerry Green – Independent: 0.47 percent
Josh Rachlis – Green: 1.56 percent
Sujith Reddy – Party for People with Special Needs (PSN): 0.37
Rocco Rossi – PC: 34.72 percent
From left to right candidates: Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament  Eric Hoskins; New Democratic...
From left to right candidates: Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament, Eric Hoskins; New Democratic candidate David Hynes and Green candidate Judith Van Veldhuysen.
St. Paul’s Riding
*Eric Hoskins – Liberal: 60 percent (elected)
David Hynes – NDP: 14.98 percent
John Kittredge – Libertarian: 0.67 percent
Christine McGirr – PC: 21.16 percent
Keith Pinto – Socialist: 0.16 percent
Mike Rita – Freedom Party: 0.16 percent
David Vallance – NOHP: 0.13 percent
Judith Van Veldhuysen – Green:
Toronto Centre Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Glen Murray and Minister of Training  College...
Toronto Centre Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament Glen Murray and Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities
Toronto Centre
Anne Abbott – TOP:
Martin Abell – PC: 16.05 percent
Cathy Crowe – NDP: 24.73 percent
Mark Daye – Green: 2.29 percent
Judi Falardeau – Libertarian: 1.95 percent
Christopher Goodwin – Freedom Party: 0.46 percent
Cathy Holliday – Communist: 0.61 percent
*Glen Murray – Liberal: 54.23 percent (elected)
Harvey Rotenberg – Vegetarian:
Phil Sarazen – PPL: 0.07 percent
Bahman Yazdanfar – Canadian Choice Party: 0.41 percent
Trinity-Spadina NDP Member of Provincial Parliament Rosario Marchese (L) and Liberal candidate Sarah...
Trinity-Spadina NDP Member of Provincial Parliament Rosario Marchese (L) and Liberal candidate Sarah Thomson
Trinity-Spadina Riding
Danish Ahmed – PSN: 0.42 percent
Guy Fogel – Socialist: 0.24 percent
Tim Grant – Green: 4.46 percent
*Rosario Marchese – NDP: 41.15 percent (elected)
Araba Ocran-Caesar – PHR: 0.25 percent
Sarah Thomson – Liberal: 40.22
Silvio Ursomarzo – Freedom Party: 0.25 percent
Mike Yen – PC: 14.57 percent
Please check back for regular updates on polling results. All results are unofficial until all ballots have come in.
*Incumbent Member of Provincial Parliament
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