In A Swing Riding and Not Sure How to Vote on June 12?

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This list provides some good insight into the leading ‘swing’ ridings as they relate to the upcoming Ontario election on June 12.

I prefer not to post stuff like the above as a means of telling who you should vote for.

However, I’m not afraid to tell you this information as a means of voting AGAINST Conservatives.  They are poison to our system, so please choose wisely and do your best to prevent a Tim Hudak government.

PS. I read the article above and was astounded by how many site trolls the Cons have hired to spew their hate on.  The Koch Bros have really gone all out to crowd the sites with this junk.

Here’s a re-print of the potential swing ridings:

Pickering-Scarborough East — (polled Sunday, 602 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Tracy MacCharles 49 per cent, Progressive Conservative Kevin Gaudet 35 per cent, New Democrat Eileen Higbon 11 per cent, Green Anthony Navarro 4 per cent.

Thunder Bay-Atikokan — (polled Sunday, 380 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Bill Mauro 38 per cent, Progressive Conservative Harold Wilson 30 per cent, New Democrat Mary Kozorys 19 per cent, Green John Northey 9 per cent.

Windsor West — (polled Sunday, 408 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) New Democrat Lisa Gretzky 41 per cent, Liberal Teresa Piruzza 34 per cent, Progressive Conservative Henry Lau 18 per cent, Green Chad Durocher 5 per cent.

St. Catharines — (polled Monday, 664 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Jim Bradley 46 per cent, Progressive Conservative Matt Siscoe 27 per cent, New Democrat Jennie Stevens 21 per cent, Green Jennifer Mooradian 5 per cent.

Sudbury — (polled Monday, 479 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) New Democrat Joe Cimino 44 per cent, Liberal Andrew Olivier 36 per cent, Progressive Conservative Paula Peroni 15 per cent, Green Casey Lalonde 4 per cent.

Brampton-Springdale — (polled May 29, 531 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Harinder Malhi 38 per cent, Progressive Conservative Pam Hundal 34 per cent, New Democrat Gurpreet Singh Dhillon 19 per cent, Green Laila Zarrabi Yan 4 per cent.

Burlington — (polled May 29, 713 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Eleanor McMahon 42 per cent, Progressive Conservatives Jane McKenna 41 per cent, New Democrat Jan Mowbray 13 per cent, Green Meredith Cross 4 per cent.

Cambridge — (polled May 30, 559 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Kathryn McGarry 42 per cent, Progressive Conservative Rob Leone 29 per cent, New Democrat Bobbi Stewart 16 per cent, Green Temera Brown 9 per cent.

Davenport — (polled May 31, 446 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Christina Martins 44 per cent, New Democrat Jonah Schein 38 per cent, Progressive Conservative Lan Daniel 11 per cent, Green Daniel Stein 5 per cent.

Etobicoke-Lakeshore — (polled May 30, 681 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Peter Milczyn 49 per cent, Progressive Conservative Doug Holyday 39 per cent, New Democrat P.C. Choo 7 per cent, Green Angela Salewsky 4 per cent.

Glengarry-Prescott-Russell — (polled May 30, 560 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Progressive Conservative Roxane Villeneuve Robertson 45 per cent, Liberal Grant Crack 41 per cent, New Democrat Isabelle Sabourin 10 per cent, Green Raymond St. Martin 3 per cent

Kitchener-Waterloo — (polled Monday, 604 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Jamie Burton 35 per cent, New Democrat Catherine Fife 33 per cent, Progressive Conservative Tracey Weiler 24 per cent, Green Stacey Danckert 7 per cent.

London West — (polled Sunday, 730 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) New Democrat Peggy Sattler 35 per cent, Progressive Conservative Jeff Bennett 31 per cent, Liberal Nick Steinberg 29 per cent, Green Keith McAlister 3 per cent.

Mississauga-Erindale — (polled Sunday, 457 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Harinder Takhar 47 per cent, Progressive Conservative Jeff White 34 per cent, New Democrat Michelle Bilek 13 per cent, Green Vivek Gupta 3 per cent.

Niagara Falls — (polled Sunday, 468 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) New Democrat Wayne Gates 44 per cent, Progressive Conservative Bart Maves 34 per cent, Liberal Lionel Tupman 16 per cent, Green Clarke Bitter 4 per cent.

Ottawa South — (polled Sunday, 660 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal John Fraser 46 per cent, Progressive Conservative Matt Young 41 per cent, New Democrat Bronwyn Funiciello 9 per cent, Green Matt Lakatos-Hayward 4 per cent.

Ottawa West-Nepean — (polled Sunday, 650 people, accurate to within 4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Progressive Conservative Randall Denley 45 per cent, Liberal Bob Chiarelli 38 per cent, New Democrat Alex Cullen 12 per cent, Green Alex Hill 4 per cent.

Trinity-Spadina — (polled Sunday, 409 people, accurate to within 5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20) Liberal Han Dong 37 per cent, New Democrat Rosario Marchese 36 per cent, Progressive Conservative Roberta Scott 19 per cent, Green Tim Grant 8 per cent.

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