Toronto elects conservative mayor by a surprising margin


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Is this a hint of what’s to come on Tuesday? Toronto yesterday not only elected a conservative mayor by a very large margin, four incumbent councillors were also defeated soundly. Key quote:

Polls, indicating the race was razor edge close, were proven false in 11 single minutes! . . . [The conservative] Ford won with 383,501 votes—more than the votes of his two main opponents combined.

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  • Kelly Starks

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    I certainly hope thats indicative. Also hope voters don’t figure its a done deal adn stay home.

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