Carl DeFaria

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1993 Canadian federal election: Mississauga East
Carl DeFaria
Ontario MPP
In office
1995–2003
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Liberal Albina Guarnieri (incumbent)32,16763.84
Reform Peter Zathey9,47318.80
Progressive Conservative Carl DeFaria 6,42712.76
New Democratic John Jackson1,3822.74
National Michael Patrick Curran3930.78
Natural Law Geraldine Jackson3230.64
Independent Adrienne Earl Crewson1480.29
Marxist–Leninist Yvon Turgeon730.14
Total valid votes50,386100.00
Source: Parliament of Canada.

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