Here are the results of the 2014 Ontario Election

Vote total = 4,800,303.

Party Seats won % Seats % Votes Votes
Liberal 58 54.21 38.41 1,843,974
PC 28 26.17 31.43 1,508,811
NDP 21 19.63 23.85 1,144,822
Green 0 0.00 4.84 232,536
Total 107

Here is a specific alternative system to first past the post

Follows is a system that adds seats to existing Ridings from that Riding's candidates in order to maximize proportional representation.

As of the 2014 Ontario Election, we have 107 ridings. And the votes for first-past-the-post candidates sent to Parliament have 47% of all votes cast.

Here is an analysis of the Ontario Election of June 12, 2014




After applying this method, we now have these new results.


Party Seats won % Seats % Votes Votes
Liberal 58 → 58 54.21 → 47.93 38.41 1,843,974
PC 28 → 33 26.17 → 27.27 31.43 1,508,811
NDP 21 → 26 19.63 → 21.49 23.85 1,144,822
Green 0 → 4 0.00 → 3.31 4.84 232,536
Total 121

This is an implicit voter-produced list proportional representation where the 107 ridings now have 121 members in the legislature. For a few ridings the voters will be assured that their second representative in Parliament has not been selected from outside their riding, but comes from their own riding votes on the day of the election. This Proportional Representation model is the simplest solution for democratic reform.

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