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Toronto election results 2018

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Voters in Toronto headed to the polls Oct. 22 to elect their new municipal representatives.
John Tory won a second consecutive term as mayor of Toronto, defeating former chief city planner Jennifer Keesmaat and 33 other candidates in a 10-month campaign that had him lead in the opinion polls from start to finish.
Thirteen current councillor members will not be returning to city hall under the new 25-ward system imposed by the Ontario government. Of the 25 ward races, only three wards didn’t have any incumbents running. Eleven wards had just one incumbent vying for each seat.
Source:globalnews.ca