Love him or hate himThe announcement this week o, Doug Ford energizes voters. His presence on the ballot seems to boost voter turnout — which hit a two-decade high when he was elected Ontario’s premier in 2018.are permitted at venue capacity.?
Fifty-eight per cent of eligible voters showed up last time, with the Progressive Conservatives taking just over 40 per cent of their votesas well as those with front-line jobs or medical conditions..
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“What a Ford does is, because they’re so provocative, because they are able to garner significant media attention, they stand out from the crowd,” said York University political scientist Dennis PilonSports and other recreational activities.?