Brian Coburn (politician)

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Brian Coburn
Ontario MPP
In office
1999–2003
Expenditures
Liberal Phil McNeely 25,30050.36+9.92$ 66,785.00
Progressive Conservative Brian Coburn 20,76241.32−13.2473,997.09
New Democratic Ric Dagenais2,7785.53+2.8511,889.14
Green Melanie Ransom1,4022.79+1.421,069.07
Total valid votes/expense limit 50,242 99.61   $ 76,391.04
Total rejected ballots 197 0.39 −0.21
Turnout 50,439 63.39 +2.52
Eligible voters 79,574  +11.69
Liberal gain from Progressive Conservative Swing +11.58
Source(s)
"General Election of October 2, 2003 – Summary of Valid Ballots by Candidate". Elections Ontario . Retrieved May 28, 2014.
"General Election of October 2, 2003 – Statistical Summary". Elections Ontario . Retrieved May 28, 2014.
"2003 Candidate and Constituency Associations – Candidate Campaign Return (CR-1)" . Retrieved May 28, 2014.
1999 Ontario general election : Ottawa—Orleans 1
PartyCandidateVotes%Expenditures
Progressive Conservative Brian Coburn 24,35654.56$ 32,653.11
Liberal René Danis18,05240.4429,722.53
New Democratic Jamie Gallant1,1952.68Unavailable 
Green André Clermont6141.38212.00
Independent Luc Brisebois2470.550.00
Natural Law Richard Wolfson1770.400.00
Total valid votes/expense limit 44,641 99.40 $ 70,837.44
Total rejected ballots 270 0.60
Turnout 44,911 60.86
Eligible voters 73,789
1  Note: During the June 1999 election, this electoral district was also known as “Carleton—Gloucester”.

Later life

Coburn was appointed as a Citizenship Judge for Ottawa, Ontario in October 2006. Brian Coburn Boulevard, an arterial road in Orleans, is named after him. [6]

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References

Notes

  1. The riding was called Carlton—Gloucester in the 1999 election. The name was changed to Ottawa—Orléans in 2000.

Citations

  1. "Summary of Valid Ballots by Candidate". Elections Ontario. June 3, 1999. Archived from the original on May 29, 2014. Retrieved 2014-03-02.
  2. "Flaherty to be new Ontario finance chief". Sudbury Star. February 8, 2001. p. A5.
  3. "Ont-Cabinet". Toronto, Ont: Canadian Press NewsWire. April 15, 2002.
  4. "A list of Ontario's cabinet following Tuesday's shuffle". Canadian Press NewsWire. February 25, 2003. p. 1.
  5. "Summary of Valid Ballots by Candidate". Elections Ontario. October 2, 2003. Retrieved 2014-03-02.[ permanent dead link ]
  6. Dept., Service Innovation & Performance (2017-11-09). "City of Ottawa breaks ground for 2.5 km extension of Brian Coburn Boulevard". ottawa.ca. Retrieved 2018-04-26.