Federal election 2021: Who is running where in London's 4 ridings
Parliament was dissolved Sunday, with election set for Sept. 20
A federal election has been called for Sept. 20.
Here's a list of who is running in which of London's four federal ridings in southwestern Ontario:
Registered voters: 100,387
The only riding with no incumbent, after Liberal MP Kate Young announced she won't be running. Young has held the seat since 2015. Prior to Young, Ed Holder held it for the Conservatives.
- Conservative: Rob Flack
- Liberal: Arielle Kayabaga
- Libertarian Party of Canada: Jacques Boudreau
- NDP: Shawna Lewkowitz
- People's Party of Canada: Mike McMullen
London North Centre
Registered voters: 98,039
This riding has been represented by Peter Fragiskatos since 2015. He is running again. Previously, it was held by Susan Truppe of the Conservative Party.
- Conservative: Stephen Gallant
- Liberal: Peter Fragiskatos
- NDP: Dirka Prout
- Green Party: Mary Ann Hodge
- People's Party of Canada: Marc Emery
Registered voters: 93,944
This riding has been held by the New Democratic Party (NDP) since 2006. It has been represented by Lindsay Mathyssen since 2019; she was elected after her mother, Irene Mathyssen, announced she wouldn't run again.
- Conservative: Mattias Vanderley
- Liberal: Mohamed Hammoud
- NDP: Lindsay Mathyssen
- People's Party of Canada: Kyle Free
Registered voters: 94,026
Held by the Conservatives since 2004, this riding takes in a large rural area. It has been represented by Karen Vecchio since 2015. Before that, the MP was Joe Preston.
- Conservative: Karen Vecchio
- Green Party: Amanda Stark
- Liberal: Afeez Ajibowu
- NDP: Katelyn Cody
- People's Party of Canada: Chelsea Hillier