PC'S HOPE FOR SWEEP IN THURSDAY'S BY-ELECTIONS

Nov 16, 2016

By Andy Johnson

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Voter discontent over hydro rates is expected to play a part in the outcome of two provincial by-elections as voters go to the polls Thursday in the Ottawa and Niagara regions.
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Ottawa Vanier has gone Liberal in the past 13 provincial elections but Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown believes there is enough anti-government sentiment that the riding is now now winnable for his party.
The other riding up for grabs is Niagara West Glanbrook.  It has been a conservative stronghold since before the party’s candidate, 19 year old Sam Oosterhoff, was born.  He’ll vote for the first time.
Mid term by-elections tend to go against the government in power.  Brown’s PC’s have won the last 3 in a row.  However, no matter the outcome, the Liberal’s will still hold a majority at Queen’s Park.
Polls are open Thursday from 9 am until 9 pm.
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