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Toronto election results 2018


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.