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2019 Canada election results: Hull—Aylmer

Global News has declared Liberal Greg Fergus as the winner in the riding of Hull-Aylmer.

So far, Fergus has collected 53.8 per cent of the votes with 213 of 215 polls reporting.

Fergus, the incumbent has been elected to his second term in the office, defeating Conservative opponent Joanie Riopel.

Geography: Hull—Aylmer is the central business district between Gatineau and Ottawa. It is also the oldest neighborhood of the city of Gatineau. It was created in 1914 as “Hull” and was renamed as Hull-Aylmer in 1984. The median income, according to 2015 data from Statistics Canada, is $62,668. 

History: This riding was Liberal safe seat for almost a century, until Nycole Turmel of the NDP got into the office in 2011. The only other time, a non-Liberal leader was in office was when Gilles Rocheleau crossed the floor in 1990 before co-founding the Bloc Québécois with Lucien Bouchard. 

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Candidates 

Liberal: Greg Fergus (Incumbent) (Elected)

Conservative: Mike Duggan

NDP: TBD 

Bloc Québécois: Joanie Riopel

Green: Josée Poirier Defoy

PPC: Rowen Tanguay

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