For Andrew Scheer, matching Doug Ford's victory of a year ago won't be enough - 2019-06-07

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F182.png For Andrew Scheer, matching Doug Ford's victory of a year ago won't be enough June 7, 2019, Éric Grenier, CBC News

A year ago, Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives secured a decisive victory in Ontario's provincial election. In the process, they laid out a roadmap for Andrew Scheer's Conservatives to follow in this year's federal election: win the same parts of Ontario that Ford did and watch Prime Minister Justin Trudeau go the way of former premier Kathleen Wynne.

But "Ford Nation" is not the towering electoral coalition it's sometimes made out to be. Even if Scheer wins every Ontario vote in October that Ford won last year, that alone wouldn't be enough to defeat the Trudeau Liberals.

He'd need a little help. Luckily for him, the Liberals are providing it — for now.

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{{cite news | first = Éric | last = Grenier | title = For Andrew Scheer, matching Doug Ford's victory of a year ago won't be enough | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/grenier-ford-trudeau-ridings-1.5161906 | work = CBC News | date = June 7, 2019 | accessdate = June 8, 2019 }}