Rural turbine targets reject Liberals

With the exception of Kingston and the Islands, and Thunder Bay Atikokan, anomolies as largely urban population base ridings with turbines in rural fringes, it seems EVERY riding that has or is actively targeted for more than 1 wind turbine has repudiated the government that set the turbine policy and direction.

– Huron Bruce (Lisa Thompson PC) – Gained from Liberals
– Bruce Grey Owen Sound (Bill Walker PC)
– Haldimand Norfolk (Toby Barrett PC)
– Elgin Middlesex London (Jeff Yurek PC) Gained from Liberals
– Oxford (Ernie Hardeman PC)
– Lambton Kent Middlesex (Monte McNaughton PC) Gained from Liberals
– Perth Wellington (Randy Pettapiece PC) Gained form Liberals
– Dufferin Caledon (Sylvia Jones PC)
– Niagara West Glanbrook (Tim Hudak PC)
– Haliburton Kawartha Lakes Brock (Laurie Scott PC) Gained from Liberals
– Prince Edward Hastings (Todd Smith PC) Gained from Liberals
– Chatham Kent Essex (Rick Nichols PC) Gained from Liberals
– Sarnia Lambton (Bob Bailey PC)
– Renfrew Nipissing Pembroke (John Yakabuski PC)
– Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox & Addington (Randy Hillier, PC)
– Algoma Manitoulin (Michael Mantha NDP) Gained from Liberals
– Essex (Taras Natyshak NDP) Gained from Liberals

2 thoughts on “Rural turbine targets reject Liberals

  1. Amherst Island is not part of Kingston and the Islands as one might expect. It is in the riding of Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox & Addington where Randy Hillier “romped” (Kingston Whig Standard’s term) to a successful victory over Liberal Bill MacDonald. I thought this should be noted since Amherst Island is earmarked as an IWT site.

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