Todd Doherty

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2019 Canadian federal election: Cariboo—Prince George
Todd Doherty
MP
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Member of Parliament
for Cariboo—Prince George
Assumed office
October 19, 2015
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Conservative Todd Doherty 28,84852.7+16.06$71,474.23
Liberal Tracy Calogheros10,93220.0-11.49$31,879.37
New Democratic Heather Sapergia8,44015.4-10.43none listed
Green Mackenzie Kerr4,9989.1+5.64none listed
People's Jing Lan Yang1,2062.2-none listed
Independent Michael Orr3500.6-0.62$0.00
Total valid votes/expense limit54,774100.0
Total rejected ballots321
Turnout55,09565.5
Eligible voters84,116
Conservative hold Swing +13.78
Source: Elections Canada [5] [6]
2015 Canadian federal election : Cariboo—Prince George
PartyCandidateVotes%±%Expenditures
Conservative Todd Doherty 19,68836.64-19.62$70,428.14
Liberal Tracy Calogheros16,92131.49+26.43$28,272.16
New Democratic Trent Derrick13,87925.83-4.28$60,383.50
Green Richard Edward Jaques1,8603.46-2.72$2,214.20
Independent Sheldon Clare6571.22$13,871.81
No affiliationGordon Campbell4020.75
Christian Heritage Adam De Kroon3270.61$2,663.87
Total valid votes/expense limit53,734100.00 $265,082.81
Total rejected ballots2160.40
Turnout53,95067.85
Eligible voters79,517
Conservative hold Swing -23.02
Source: Elections Canada [7] [8] [9]

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