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2022 Provincial Election News

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Voter turnout hits all-time low in Ontario - Sault follows trend

Voter turnout hits all-time low in Ontario - Sault follows trend

Voter turnout in Ontario was about 43 per cent of eligible voters cast ballots, down from 57 per cent in 2018. Turnout in Sault Ste. Marie was 44.11 per cent
What it took to win that election

What it took to win that election

When SooToday spoke to Ross Romano late last night after 19 straight hours of campaigning, he was still talking about going out at midnight to pick up election signs
‘We need a medical school in the Sault’ Romano says after win

‘We need a medical school in the Sault’ Romano says after win

PC enjoys bigger win over NDP rival than in 2018 vote
Naomi Sayers vows to help others to run for office in future

Naomi Sayers vows to help others to run for office in future

The independent candidate said she is not surprised by her fourth-place result in the most recent provincial election, held Wednesday
NDP's Mike Mantha holds onto Algoma-Manitoulin

NDP's Mike Mantha holds onto Algoma-Manitoulin

Cheryl Fort follows with a strong second place
<b>WATCH:</b> From Ross Romano victory party

WATCH: From Ross Romano victory party

Romano will represent Sault Ste. Marie in Provincial Legislature
Algoma-Manitoulin voting delay not Elections Ontario's fault

Algoma-Manitoulin voting delay not Elections Ontario's fault

Vote count will be delayed at least until 11 p.m.
<b>BREAKING:</b> Ross Romano re-elected

BREAKING: Ross Romano re-elected

The results are in
<b>ONTARIO VOTES:</b> Local riding results

ONTARIO VOTES: Local riding results

Results from the Ontario general election
Algoma-Manitoulin riding results delayed

Algoma-Manitoulin riding results delayed

19 ridings are affected; extensions span between 10 minutes and two hours