Former Toronto police chief Mark Saunders defeated in Ontario election

Mark Saunders, former Toronto police chief who ran Radical conservatism candidate in Ontario Electionsfail to secure a seat in the provincial legislature.

Saunders lost to Liberal candidate Stephanie Bowman in a horseback riding in Don Valley West.

Bowman got 43.9% of the vote to Saunders’ 38.7%.

NDP’s Irwin Elman got 9.2%, followed by 5.5% for Green Party candidate Sheena Sharp.

Don Valley West riding was previously represented by the Liberal Party Kathleen Wynne, who did not run for re-election.

Overall, it was a strong night for the Radical Conservatives, having won their second consecutive majority government.

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The PC candidates were elected on 83 occasions – seven more than in the 2018 election.

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