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Trinity-Spadina 2014 Ontario provincial election results: Liberal Han Dong unseats NDP Marchese

In Ontario politics, The West Annex on June 13, 2014 at 12:32 AM
Liberal Han Dong unseats long-time NDP incumbent Rosario Marchese.

He lead from the bell: Liberal Han Dong easily unseated long-time NDP incumbent Rosario Marchese in last night’s provincial election | Image credit: votehandong.ca

By West Annex News | From Elections Ontario, with 297 of 297 polls reporting:

Liberal–Han Dong: 26,934  46.3%

NDP–Rosario Marchese*: 17,759  30.5%;

Progressive Conservative–Roberta Scott: 8,094  13.9%

Green–Tim Grant:  4,111  7.1%

Libertarian–Andrew Echevarria: 729  1.3%

Vegan Environmental–Paul Figeuiras: 308  .5%

Party for People with Special Needs–Dan King:  265  .5%

*Incumbent

Total number of votes cast: 58,200. Trinity-Spadina population (2011): 144,733; eligible electors: 96,793. Unofficial voter turnout 60.1%.

This article was updated with final voting data on June 13, 2014 at 12:28PM.


Related: Trinity-Spadina 2011 Provincial Election Results

 

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Trinity-Spadina 2011 Ontario provincial election results: NDP’s Marchese squeaks by for re-election

In Ontario politics on October 7, 2011 at 9:36 AM

After trailing in the early polls, incumbent Rosario Marchese squeaked by Sarah Thomson late last night for victory | Image credit: Ontario NDP

By West Annex News | From Elections Ontario and CBC.ca with 303 of 303 polls reporting:

NDP–Rosario Marchese:  19,806  42.47%;

Liberal–Sarah Thomson: 18,479  39.63%;

Progressive Conservative–Mike Yen:  5,429  11.64%;

Green–Tim Grant:  2,405  5.16%

Party for People with Special Needs– Danish Ahmed:  147  .32%

Socialist–Guy Fogel:  136  .29%

Freedom–Silvio Ursomarzo:  134  .29%

Human Rights–Araba Ocran-Caesar:  97  .21%

Total number of valid votes cast: 46,633. Number of eligible voters: unknown. In the 2011 federal election, there were 65,560 valid votes cast out of 95,363 registered voters.