Party Candidate Votes Status
213/213 polls Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT
PC Bob Bailey 18,720 Elected
NDP Brian White 16,274
LIB Anne Marie Gillis 8,113
GRN Kevin Shaw 2,106
LTN Andrew K. Falby 340

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Riding profile

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This southwestern Ontario riding includes the city of Sarnia and part of Lambton County. The towns of Petrolia and Plympton-Wyoming, the villages of Oil Springs and Point Edward and the townships of Enniskillen and St. Clair fall within the riding.

The St. Clair River is the western boundary and Lake Huron lies to the north. Sarnia Indian Reserve No. 45 is included.

In the 1999 redistribution, the new riding of Sarnia-Lambton added 40 per cent of Lambton to the old Sarnia riding.

Population: 106,293 (2011 census; an increase of 0.9% since 2006)

Political history

Progressive Conservative Bob Bailey was again victorious in 2011, beating New Democrat Brian White by 9,263 votes.

Bailey unseated Di Cocco by a 3,702-vote margin in 2007. The NDP's Barb Millitt trailed Di Cocco by just under 1,100 votes.

Di Cocco was first elected in 1999, beating Tory David Boushy. Di Cocco was re-elected in 2003.

Boushy was elected to the old riding of Sarnia in 1995.

2011 Provincial Election Results



Total votes


PC Bob Bailey 19,570 48.41
NDP Brian White 10,226 25.29
LIB Stephanie Barry 8,839 21.86
IND Andy Bruziewicz 1,075 2.66
GRN Jason Vermette 555 1.37
LTN Andrew Falby 163 0.40



Unemployment Rate
Provincial 6.4%
National 6.6%
Provincial 13.56%
National 13.71%
Home Owners
Provincial 26.61%
National 26.92%
Avg Family Income
Provincial $90,526
National $82,325
Provincial 28%
National 20%
Post-Secondary Degree
Provincial 33.54%
National 33.35%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census

2014 Candidates

Conservative   Bob Bailey
Liberal   Anne Marie Gillis
NDP   Brian White
Green   Kevin Shaw
Libertarian    Andrew K. Falby