Topic: eastern ontario ridings for election 2018
PC Jeremy Roberts wins tight contest in Ottawa West–Nepean
Progressive Conservative Jeremy Roberts has narrowly defeated New Democrat Chandra Pasma in Ottawa-West Nepean.
PC Amanda Simard elected in Glengarry–Prescott–Russell
Russell Township councillor and Progressive Conservative Amanda Simard has been elected in the provincial riding of Glengarry–Prescott–Russell.
Liberal incumbent John Fraser re-elected in Ottawa South
Liberal incumbent John Fraser has been re-elected in Ottawa South.
NDP's Ian Arthur elected in Kingston and the Islands
New Democratic Party candidate Ian Arthur has defeated the Liberal incumbent and been elected in Kingston and the Islands.
PC Daryl Kramp elected in Hastings–Lennox and Addington
Progressive Conservative Daryl Kramp has been elected in the new riding of Hastings–Lennox and Addington.
Jim McDonell re-elected in Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry
Progressive Conservative incumbent Jim McDonell has been re-elected in Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry.
Randy Hillier re-elected in Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston
Progressive Conservative Randy Hillier has been re-elected in Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston.
PC Lisa MacLeod re-elected in Nepean
Progressive Conservative incumbent Lisa MacLeod has been re-elected in the provincial riding of Nepean.
Todd Smith re-elected in Bay of Quinte
Progressive Conservative incumbent Todd Smith has been re-elected in Bay of Quinte.
NDP Joel Harden elected in Ottawa Centre
NDP candidate Joel Harden has defeated incumbent Liberal and current Attorney General Yasir Naqvi in Ottawa Centre.
John Yakabuski re-elected in Renfrew–Nipissing–Pembroke
Progressive Conservative incumbent John Yakabuski has been re-elected in the provincial riding of Renfrew–Nipissing–Pembroke.
Progressive Conservative Merrilee Fullerton wins Kanata–Carleton
Progressive Conservative Merrilee Fullerton, a former family physician and health advocate, has been elected in the riding of Kanata–Carleton.
Goldie Ghamari elected in Carleton
Progressive Conservative candidate Goldie Ghamari has won the new riding of Carleton.
Steve Clark re-elected in Leeds–Grenville–Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
Progressive Conservative Steve Clark has been re-elected in Leeds–Grenville–Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes.
Ontario Votes 2018
Eastern Ontario election results
The Progressive Conservatives dominate eastern Ontario and the NDP picked up two seats from Liberals as results from the region come in. Check here for the latest results.
Ontario Votes 2018: Nepean
Long a Progressive Conservatives stronghold, Nepean is one of several suburban and rural ridings which have been significantly redrawn.
Ontario Votes 2018: Hastings–Lennox and Addington
There's no incumbent in Hastings–Lennox and Addington, a riding with an older-than-average population, lower-than-average incomes, fewer immigrants than the rest of the province and a larger Indigenous population.
Ontario Votes 2018: Ottawa West–Nepean
While Ottawa West–Nepean has been Liberal for more than a decade, it's considered by strategists as a riding that may swing to the party in power.
Ontario Votes 2018: Renfrew–Nipissing–Pembroke
The rural riding of Renfrew–Nipissing–Pembroke has been conservative nearly since its inception, with PC incumbent John Yakabuski taking more than 60 per cent of the vote for the past three elections.
Ontario Votes 2018: Ottawa–Vanier
Ottawa–Vanier is one of the city's most diverse ridings, both ethnically and economically. It includes one of the richest neighbourhoods, Rockcliffe, as well as Vanier, an area with one of the highest percentages of low-income residents.
Ontario Votes 2018: Kingston and the Islands
The newly redistributed Kingston and the Islands is Liberal, but the provincial riding hasn't always been red.
Ontario Votes 2018: Carleton
With no incumbent, the new riding of Carleton could be a battleground seat for the major political parties.
Ontario Votes 2018: Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry
Made up of a number of rural townships and the City of Cornwall, the riding of Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry has been a PC seat since 2011, when incumbent Jim McDonell was first elected.
Ontario Votes 2018: Kanata–Carleton
Kanata–Carleton is set to be a riding to watch this election as incumbent Jack MacLaren faces off against his former party in the newly redrawn, suburban and rural riding.
Ontario Votes 2018: Leeds–Grenville–Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
The largely rural Leeds–Grenville–Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes riding is made up of Brockville, Gananoque, Prescott and a number of townships and has a strong history of voting Progressive Conservative.
Ontario Votes 2018: Ottawa South
While the diverse riding of Ottawa South has been Liberal for decades, the other two main parties consider it winnable.
Ontario Votes 2018: Glengarry–Prescott–Russell
With no incumbent and the largest proportion of francophones in the region, Glengarry–Prescott–Russell should be a riding to watch.
Ontario Votes 2018: Bay of Quinte
Bay of Quinte has a Progressive Conservative incumbent for this election, but redistribution has made this a far different riding than the one represented by Todd Smith for the past two terms.
Ontario Votes 2018: Orléans
The Liberals are hoping to hold on to Orléans this election, an east Ottawa riding with a mix of urban and rural residents, a significant Francophone community and, according to census data, one of the fastest-growing populations in the city.
Ontario Votes 2018: Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston
The sprawling eastern Ontario riding of Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston includes a number of rural townships, such as Perth, Smiths Falls, Carleton Place, Mississippi Mills and part of the city of Kingston.
Ontario Votes 2018: Ottawa Centre
The Liberals have held Ottawa Centre since Bob Rae's NDP government was defeated in 1995, but with a strong history of New Democrat wins at the federal level, that party is hoping for an upset win.