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2019 Canada election results: Oxford

Conservative MP Dave MacKenzie has been re-elected for another term in the riding of Oxford.

He first took hold of the seat in 2004, in his third attempt to win the riding.

The Conservatives have held the seat for 59 of the 84 years the riding has been in existence.

The Oxford electoral district is made up from the county itself which includes Woodstock, Ingersoll, Tavistock and Norwich as well as a portion of the County of Brant lying westerly of Etonia Road and East Quarter Townline Road.

The electoral district, which has been around since 1935, has a population of 102,142 people.

Candidates

Conservatives: Dave MacKenzie (Incumbent)
Liberals: Brendan Knight
NDP: Matthew Chambers
Green: Lisa Birtch-Carriere
PPC: Wendy Martin
CHP: Melody Aldred

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