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Vaughan (2003 Rep Order)

NOTE: This is a historic riding. To view a current riding, please select one of the ridings related by Redistribution, below.


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Representation Order :2003
Federal Electoral District code :35096
Census Population :196,068
 
Redistribution Info [ ? ]Pct
From:
Vaughan – King – Aurora (1996)100%
To:
Vaughan—Woodbridge (2013)55%
King—Vaughan (2013)45%
Dufferin—Caledon (2013)0%
Brampton East (2013)


ElectionCens.
Pop.
$pend
Limit
ElectorsVoted % TO ContestPct
Mrg
Raw
Mrg
Num
Polls
Per
Poll
Mrg
1-3
Mrg
1-4
2011 GE196,068 $115,920 125,059 68,903 55.1% Cons-Lib26.5% 18,098 282 64.2 44.7% 54.1% 
2010 By154,206 $114,412 121,586 39,516 32.5% Cons-Lib2.5% 964 282 3.4 47.4% 47.9% 
2008 GE154,206 $103,581 109,604 56,906 51.9% Lib-Cons14.8% 8,383 281 29.8 39.5% 42.3% 
2006 GE112,049 $89,701 97,445 62,370 64.0% Lib-Cons33.7% 20,844 237 87.9 51.5% 54.9% 
2004 GE112,049 $83,680 90,128 50,480 56.0% Lib-Cons39.3% 19,609 232 84.5 54.2% 59.5% 
2000 Tr112,049  62,645 35,710 57.0% Lib-CA62.6% 22,349   68.8% 72.9% 

  

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