Lobb is going back to Ottawa to represent Huron-Bruce

By Colin Burrowes
Incumbent Conservative Ben Lobb is once again the Member of Parliament for Huron Bruce.
Lobb beat out Liberal candidate Allan Thompson, NDP candidate Tony McQuail, Green Party candidate Nicholas Wendler and People’s Party of Canada candidate Kevin M. Klerks, to win the riding.
“When everything is said and done it seems like a great result,” said Lobb. “We’re happy and I just want to thank everybody who put in the effort … Thank you to the voters.”
Lobb has been representing the riding since he was first elected in 2008.
In the national results, the Liberals are back in power with a minority government. They ended up with 157 seats, 13 short of a majority. The Conservatives won 121, Bloc Quebecois 32, NDP 24, The Green Party won three and Jody Wilson-Raybould held her seat as an independent. The People’s Party of Canada did not win any seats.
Huron-Bruce election results
Ben Lobb, Conservative: 27,743
Allan Thompson, Liberal: 20,333
Tony McQuail, NDP: 7,389
Nicholas Wendler, Green Party: 2,701
Kevin M. Klerks, People’s Party of Canada: 1,115

Lobb is going back to Ottawa to represent Huron-Bruce was last modified: October 23rd, 2019 by Tammy Schneider

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