I was going to say that two out of three ain't bad, but I didn't feel like quoting Meatloaf.
The (unofficial) results of the three by-elections are in and I congratulate Christine Elliott and Lisa MacLeod on their victories in Whitby-Ajax and Nepean-Carleton respectively.
Christine defeated former federal Liberal MP, Judi Longfield, by over 1,300 votes.
Lisa soundly took the riding of Nepean-Carleton.
Peter Tabuns, the NDP candidate for Toronto-Danforth, defeated Liberal star-candidate Ben Chin and PC candidate Georgina Blanas - so it's a half-full, half-empty glass thing.
Here are the results from Elections Ontario.
Lisa MacLeod, Progressive Conservatives; 17,311 (57.6%)
Brian Ford, Liberal; 9,457 (31.4%)
Laurel Gibbons, NDP; 2,489 (8.3%)
Peter Tretter, Green; 634, (2.1%)
John Turmel, Independent; 112 (0.4%)
Jurgen Vollrath, Freedom Party; 74 (0.2%)
Peter Tabuns, NDP; 13,064 (47.8%)
Ben Chin, Liberal; 10,636 (38.9%)
Georgina Blanas, Progressive Conservatives; 2,713 (9.9%)
Paul Charbonneau, Green; 582 (2.1%)
Wiktor Borkowski, Family Coalition; 132 (0.5%)
Franz Cauchi, Freedom Party; 93 (0.3%)
Carol Wielhorski, Independent; 62 (0.2%)
Mehmet Ali Yagiz, Independent; 49 (0.2%)
Christine Elliot, Progressive Conservatives; 15,843 (46.2%)
Judi Longfield, Liberal; 14,529 (42.3%)
Julie Gladman, NDP; 3,204 (9.3%)
Nick Boileau, Green; 307 (0.9%)
Paul McKeever, Freedom Party; 198 (0.6%)
Marty Gobin, Libertarian; 139 (0.4%)
Victor Carvalho, Family Coalition; 102 (0.3%)
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