Todd Smith (politician)

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2014 Ontario general election: Prince Edward—Hastings
Todd Smith
MPP
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Smith in 2020
Minister of Energy
Assumed office
June 18, 2021
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Progressive Conservative Todd Smith 19,28141.63-0.65
Liberal Georgina Thompson15,10532.73-2.52
New Democratic Merrill Stewart8,82919.13+2.55
Green Anita Payne2,4485.31+0.71
Libertarian Lindsay Forbes5551.20+0.75
Total valid votes46,218100.00
Progressive Conservative hold Swing +0.94
Source: Elections Ontario [37]
2011 Ontario general election : Prince Edward—Hastings
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Progressive Conservative Todd Smith 18,81642.28+9.53
Liberal Leona Dombrowsky 15,68635.25-11.10
New Democratic Sherry Hayes7,37916.58+2.77
Green Treat Hull 2,0494.60-1.28
Family Coalition Neal Ford2570.58-0.27
Libertarian Andrew Skinner2010.45 
Republican Trueman Tuck1150.26-0.11
Total valid votes 44,503100.0
Total rejected, unmarked and declined ballots1520.34
Turnout44,65551.74
Eligible voters86,304
Progressive Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +10.32
Source: Elections Ontario [38]

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