Christine Elliott won more votes, but Doug Ford won where it mattered - 2018-03-11

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F182.png Christine Elliott won more votes, but Doug Ford won where it mattered March 11, 2018, Éric Grenier, CBC News

The final ballot results of the Ontario PC leadership race show that Doug Ford won on points thanks to strong performances in the Greater Toronto Area, but that Christine Elliott won both the popular vote and the narrow majority of Ontario's 124 ridings.

The Ontario PCs announced in a hastily organized late night news conference on Saturday — after their leadership event ended without a result — that Ford won the party's leadership with 50.6 per cent of electoral votes. Elliott, with 49.4 per cent of electoral votes, came up short for the third time after two previous failed PC leadership bids.

But according to a copy of the final ballot results obtained by CBC News, Elliott had more individual members behind her by the final ballot.

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{{cite news | first = Éric | last = Grenier | title = Christine Elliott won more votes, but Doug Ford won where it mattered | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/grenier-pc-leadership-results-1.4571699 | work = CBC News | date = March 11, 2018 | accessdate = April 24, 2019 }}