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Emilie Taman Jun 6
Don’t take it for granted that ridings that are frequently Liberal/PC in the top two will breakdown that way tomorrow. NDP is in play in many ridings that aren’t usually considered orange turf
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NDP Grassroots Jun 3
: abandons Wynne Liberals and enthusiastically backs Horwath NDP with historic endorsement.
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Sean Bray Jun 3
As if you need more reason to NOT vote for the this election, there’s this.
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Rick Barnes Jun 3
I never anticipated getting excited over Brampton, Mississauga & Etobicoke as a New Democrat until this elxn. These races have Horwath's NDP leading or trailing Doug Ford's PC's by small margins. It's dang close. We need people to vote NDP to stop Ford here.
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Jackie Jun 5
I’m lucky in my riding that my choice is easy, I can only go orange. For those struggling to decide who the best candidate is to defeat PC’s please keep the dialogue open through tomorrow and reach out to others. We have to mobilize to ensure in Ontario
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Canteach Jun 5
Voters between the ages of 18 and 25 have the power to make history on June 7 and save Ontario from Please listen to Rick and get out and vote.
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leadnow May 24
New IPSOS poll shows Doug Ford is losing his own riding!
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Jeremy Hall Jun 8
A silver lining to the disappointment is the fact that Doug Ford hand-picked candidate — a xenophobic, racist, homophobic, sexist, hate-filled man — lost handily in . Thank you London!
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Jackie Jun 5
Why don't you waiver yourself right over the border and bury your head deep into his ass - right where you belong, Doug.
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Bev 🏃‍♀️ Jun 7
The buzz in my riding is everyone is afraid of Doug Ford! Women, men and young voters.
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Jackie Jun 5
Ford is literally playing out Trump’s campaign and the media has followed along. It’s almost like Teneycke didn’t have or need a strategy.
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Kate Atherley Jun 6
Replying to @kateatherley
That having been said, I will be clear about my feelings: A vote for Ford is a vote for a person and a party that hates women, hates POC, hates the LGBTQ community, hates immigrants, hates the poor.
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MeMyselfAndI Jun 6
Dear millennials: This is your future! Dear seniors: This is your legacy!
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Heather Ross Jun 7
this province just elected a party that had no platform, a leader who's being sued for mismanaging his brother's estate & candidates under investigation. while those who voted for him deserve 4 years of his BS, I don't. I will not sit back quietly.
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Atrix Jun 7
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JOEY★PURPLE Jun 6
"If Ford wins, there will be a big tax cut for the highest income earners. But he won’t show voters a plan of where he’d cut to pay for it because it will come from hospitals and schools."
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Leslie Anne Jun 8
Alright folks who is organizing in to show this new government we will not be allowing this province to move backwards and how can I help??
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Immigrants Canada Jun 7
Whatever the final outcome of , by the end of today we'll know how many Ontarians wish they lived in Trump's America. Let's hope there are more of us than them.
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Sarah Sahagian Jun 7
Celebratory latte. This "latte-sipping elite" definitely didn't vote for Doug Ford.
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Toni Maggio Jun 7
HEY ! Did you hear about the free doughnut giveaway today? SO MANY FREE DOUGHNUTS. And candy. And, um... pie? It's at the voting stations! Go quick & get some treats! Oh, and bring your voter cards, to like, put the treats on, after you vote.
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