Ontario Votes 2022: Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston

Randy Hillier won this district for the PCs in 2018, getting more than 50 per cent of the vote, but decided not to run again earlier this year.

There are 8 candidates running in this race


Randy Hillier won this district for the PCs in 2018, getting more than 50 per cent of the vote, but decided not to run again earlier this year.

The NDP candidate got just over 30 per cent of the vote, followed by the Liberal candidate with just over 10 per cent.

Eight candidates have declared in this race.

Drew Cumpson, NDP

NDP candidate Drew Cumpson. (Ontario NDP)

The NDP candidate was born and raised in this district, and has been an accessibility advocate since an accident left him a quadriplegic. 

He works with businesses to help them comply with accessibility regulations and is part of the LGBTQ community.

Chelsea Hillier, Populist Ontario

John Jordan, PC

PC candidate John Jordan. (John Jordan/Facebook)

The Progressive Conservative candidate was born and raised in Lanark County, and he and his wife have three adult children.

He recently retired as CEO of ConnectWell Community Health, primarily serving Lanark and Renfrew counties.

Marcin Lewandowski, New Blue

New Blue candidate Marcin Lewandowski. (New Blue Party )

The New Blue candidate has been working in a management position at a consultancy for nearly 10 years.

He has a master's in forestry from the University of Toronto and a master's in disaster and emergency management from York.

Craig Timothy Massey Rogers, Independent

Thomas Mulder, Ontario Party

Ontario Party candidate Thomas Mulder. (Submitted by Thomas Mulder)

The Ontario Party candidate moved to South Frontenac during the pandemic.

He is a recently retired veterinarian.

Ontario Party candidate for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston, Thomas Mulder shares his party's plans for tackling healthcare in Ontario

Amanda Pulker-Mok, Liberal

Liberal candidate Amanda Pulker-Mok. (Jasmin Mori)

The liberal candidate is an elementary school teacher who served as a councillor in Mississippi Mills.

She is a mother to two children with her partner.

Marlene Spruyt, Green Party

Green Party candidate Marlene Spruyt. (Submitted by Marlene Spruyt)

The Green Party candidate is a retired chief medical officer of health and family physician who is also a lifelong environmentalist.

Her work in public health covered topics including poverty reduction, health equity, food insecurity, clean water and active transportation.