Nepean (provincial electoral district)

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Nepean
Flag of Ontario.svg Ontario electoral district
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Nepean in relation to other electoral districts in Ottawa
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Ontario
MPP
 
 
 
Lisa MacLeod
Progressive Conservative
District created1987
First contested 1987
Last contested 2018
Demographics
Population (2016)119,110
Area (km²)171.94
Pop. density (per km²)692.7
Census divisions Ottawa
Census subdivisions Ottawa

Nepean is a provincial electoral district that has existed from 1987 to 1999, and again since 2018. The riding was re-created federally with the 2012 redistribution process. That same process was followed by the Ontario government, meaning the provincial ridings follow a similar boundary division for the 2018 provincial election. [1]

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Riding history

Nepean was created in 1987 out of part of Carleton. It was represented by a Liberal MPP for eight years before it was won by then 25-year-old Progressive Conservative John Baird. Baird represented Nepean for four years. In 1999, the provincial redistribution resulted in Nepean being abolished as it was split between the new Ottawa West—Nepean and Nepean—Carleton ridings.

2018 return

Provincial law has required that southern Ontario's electoral boundaries have the same boundaries provincially and federally. The federal boundaries were redistributed in 2012 in time for the 2015 federal election, meaning Ontario's first provincial election under the new boundaries was the 2018 election. [1]

Members of Provincial Parliament

Nepean
AssemblyYearsMemberParty
34th  1987–1990   Hans Daigeler Liberal
35th  1990–1995
36th  1995–1999   John Baird Progressive Conservative
Riding dissolved into Nepean—Carleton and
Ottawa West—Nepean
Riding re-created from Nepean—Carleton
42nd  2018–Present   Lisa MacLeod Progressive Conservative

Electoral results

Nepean, 2018-Present

2018 Ontario general election
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Progressive Conservative Lisa MacLeod 23,89945.13%+1.90
New Democratic Zaff Ansari15,11028.53%+15.04
Liberal Lovina Srivastava10,38319.61%-16.69
Green James O'Grady2,7395.17%-0.34
Libertarian Mark A. Snow4150.78%
None of the Above Raphael Louis3510.66%
Objective Truth Derrick Lionel Matthews600.11%
Total valid votes52,957100.00
Turnout60.3
Eligible voters90,987
Progressive Conservative pickup new district.
Source: Elections Ontario [2]

Nepean, 1987-1999

1995 Ontario general election : Nepean
PartyCandidateVotes%Expenditures
Progressive Conservative John Baird 17,51049.66$40,800.37
Liberal Hans Daigeler 13,57538.50$45,021.83
New Democratic John Sullivan3,2749.29$15,380.57
Green Frank de Jong 3901.11$0.00
Natural Law Brian E. Jackson2590.73$0.00
Freedom Cathy Frampton2520.71$2,307.70
Total valid votes35,260 100.00
Rejected, unmarked and declined ballots363
Turnout35,623 64.97
Electors on the lists54,832
1990 provincial election: Nepean
PartyCandidateVotes
  Liberal (x)Hans Daigeler 13,723
  Progressive Conservative Doug Collins9,870
  New Democratic Party John Raudoy7,453
Green Dan Roy933
Libertarian Dan Weiler349
1987 provincial election: Nepean
PartyCandidateVotes
  Liberal Hans Daigeler 13,951
  Progressive Conservative (x)Bob Mitchell 10,315
  New Democratic Party Larry Jones4,526

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References

  1. 1 2 "Ontario provincial elections to move to spring as Liberals promise to tackle largely unregulated third-party ads". National Post. June 4, 2015. Retrieved 2015-06-16.
  2. "Summary of Valid Votes Cast for Each Candidate" (PDF). Elections Ontario. p. 7. Retrieved January 20, 2019.

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