Polls close: Candidates watch the numbers roll in
The polls have now closed and Ontario waits for the count to come in from ridings across the province. In Sudbury, NDP candidate Joe Cimino and his supporters have gathered at the Caruso Club to watch the numbers roll in.
The polls have now closed and Ontario waits for the count to come in from ridings across the province.
In Sudbury, NDP candidate Joe Cimino and his supporters have gathered at the Caruso Club to watch the numbers roll in.
Meanwhile, the other front-runner in the Sudbury riding, Liberal Andrew Olivier, and his supporters are watching coverage at the Plaza in Minnow Lake.
PC candidate, Paula Peroni, who ran a strong campaign in the riding, is watching the returns at Ristorante Verdicchio.
NorthernLife.ca has reporters with all three of those candidates.
The riding's Green Party candidate, Casey Lalonde, joins Nickel Belt Green candidate Heather Dahlstrom at Hard Rock 42 Gastro Pub on Elm Street downtown.
In Nickel Belt, the NDP's France Gélinas is watching the numbers with her supporters at Pluckers in Val Caron. She is widely expected to win the riding yet again.
The Liberal candidate in Nickel Belt, James Tregonning, and his supporters have gathered at the Colonial Inn in Coniston to watch the returns.
PC candidate Marck Blay said he would be watching the results with family and friends, but did not say where they would gather.
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