Chris Stockwell

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1999 Ontario general election: Etobicoke Centre
Chris Stockwell
36th Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
In office
October 3, 1996 October 19, 1999
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Progressive Conservative Chris Stockwell 25,51854.12$49,034
Liberal Agnes Ugolini Potts19,03540.37$41,081
New Democratic Bonte Minnema1,3092.78$1,896
Family Coalition Dan McCash3890.83$31
Green Christopher J. Morton3750.80none listed
Natural Law Geraldine Jackson3160.67$0
Marxist–LeninistElaine Couto2090.44$26
Total valid votes47,151 100.00
Rejected, unmarked and declined ballots414
Turnout47,565 64.55
Electors on the lists73,691
1995 Ontario general election: Etobicoke West
PartyCandidateVotes [14] Vote %
  Progressive ConservativeChris Stockwell18,34955.3
  LiberalMichael Brown9,82629.6
  New DemocratJudy Jones4,60813.9
   Natural Law Laureen G. Amos3991.2
Total33,182
1990 Ontario general election : Etobicoke West
PartyCandidateVotes%
Progressive Conservative Chris Stockwell 13,71140.8
Liberal Linda LeBourdais 10,08230.0
New Democratic Judy Jones7,98823.8
Family Coalition Kevin McGourty1,0453.1
Libertarian Janice Hazlett4951.5
Independent Martin Fraser3030.9
Total33,624
Source: "How Metro-Area Voted". The Toronto Daily Star. Toronto. 7 September 1990. p. A10.

Metropolitan Toronto Council, 1988

Lakeshore Queensway
Chris Stockwell - 10,442
Morley Kells - 7,790

Toronto municipal election, 1985

Etobicoke Board of Control, 1985 (4 elected)
CandidateVotes
Dick O'Brien (incumbent)34,248
Lois Griffin 33,175
Leonard Braithwaite (incumbent)33,085
Morley Kells 29,817
Chris Stockwell (incumbent)29,629
Doug Holyday 28,982
James Shawera5,473

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