|Party||Candidate||Votes||Vote Share (%)||Status|
|321/321 polls||Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT|
|LIB||Steven Del Duca||33,545||
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This riding, located just north of Toronto, extends from Steeles Avenue in the south to King Township in the north. It stretches from the town of Aurora in the northeast to the city of Vaughan in south.
This riding is as diverse as it is large, including bungalows in the northeast section to the multimillion-dollar estates of King Township in the west. It also contains part of the city of Vaughan, including the Italian enclave of Woodbridge.
In the 2007 redistribution, Vaughan was created from parts of Vaughan-King-Aurora. The latter riding was created in 1999 using more than one-third of York Centre and 44 per cent of York-Mackenzie.
Population: 154,206 (2006 census; an increase of 37.6% since 2001)
This is a longtime Liberal riding and they managed to keep it in a 2012 byelection, when Steven Del Duca held off a challenge from Tony Genco of the PCs. The byelection was necessary when former finance minister Greg Sorbara stepped down in August of that year.
Sorbrara held his seat in 2011, beating Genco.
Sorbrara won by a whopping 20,205-vote margin over Progressive Conservative Gayani Weerasinghe in the 2007 election. Sorbara also won convincingly in the 2003 and a 2001 byelection, winning by 15,000 votes and 9,700 votes respectively over Tory candidates.
Sorbara was appointed finance minister from October 2003 to October 2005, when he left cabinet after being accused of involvement in a fraud case.
Sorbara was reinstated as Ontario's finance minister in May 2006 after an Ontario Superior Court judge ordered his name removed from the RCMP search warrant that had implicated him in a major fraud investigation. The judge ruled that the RCMP acted too quickly and did not have adequate information when they added Sorbara's name to the warrants.
2012 Provincial Byelection Results
|LIB||Steven Del Duca||16,469||51.37|
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- Home Owners
- Avg Family Income
- Post-Secondary Degree
Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census
|Liberal||Steven Del Duca|