Toronto voters have made up their mind as to who they want to lead the city of Toronto, their ward and the future of education. Polls are now closed and the preliminary results have been submitted.
It has been more than 10 long, gruelling months since municipal candidates filed their nomination papers and decided to run for mayor, city councillor or school board trustee. After hitting the pavement, knocking on the door and making the phone call, candidates will either suffer defeat or claim victory.
The polling stations closed at 8 p.m. and the results are coming in every minute. Below are the results for the top mayoral candidates and the city council hopefuls.
Ford, Rob – Votes: 353,408 Voting percentage: 47.11
Pantalone, Joe – Votes: 88,811 Voting percentage: 11.83