NDP incumbent Brain Masse is projected to be re-elected in the riding of Windsor West.
Incumbent NDP Brian Masse is projected to be re-elected for an eighth term, continuing the party’s hold on the riding. Masse was first elected in 2002. He won in 2015 by a margin of 26.1 per cent, and in 2019 by a margin of 3.7 per cent.
The only other person to represent the riding was Herb Grey, who served as a Liberal from 1968 until 2002.
The riding of Windsor West is located in southwestern Ontario. It consists of part of the City of Windsor, reaching toward a portion of the international boundary between Canada and the U.S. and extending toward Langlois Avenue, Tecumseh Road East, Pillette Road, the Canadian National Railway, Highway 401 and Talbot Road.
NDP MP Brian Masse maintained his seat in the 2019 election, winning 40 per cent of the vote. Masse has held the seat consecutively since 2002. In addition to his role as MP, Masse is the NDP caucus chair.
The riding has a population of 122,988, with 94,944 registered voters. Almost 50 per cent of the riding’s population aged 15-plus has a postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree, according to the 2016 census.
NDP: Brian Masse (incumbent)
Conservative Party: Anthony Orlando
Liberal Party: Sandra Pupatello
Marxist-Leninist Party: Margaret Villamizar
People’s Party of Canada: Matthew Giancola
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