Stop The Split

Ontario Election – June 2, 2022

Final Update

Vote Splitting Caused Ford's PCs to Win in 2018

In the 2018 election, Doug Ford's PCs were elected to a majority government with 76 seats despite only receiving 40.5% of the popular vote. The culprit: vote splitting among Liberal, NDP, and Green voters.

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Gail Vaz-Oxlade

TV Host & Writer

Andrew Young

Vaccine Hunters Canada Founder

Maxim Voronov

York University Professor

David Fisman

University of Toronto Epidemiologist


Not One Seat

Founded by Tim Ellis, Not One Seat is a volunteer-based group that aims to deny the PCs a majority by promoting left-leaning unification rather than vote splitting in Toronto.

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