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Tennessee Election Results 2018
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Jagmeet Singh aced perhaps the most important political test of his federal career to date when he won his first parliamentary seat Monday in a Burnaby South byelection. With the sound defeat of his five opponents, the New Democratic Party leader put to rest murmurs within his party that a defeat at the polls could throw the NDP into a leadership crisis scant months from the next federal election. In a third byelection Monday, the Conservatives handily hung on to the Ontario riding of York-Simcoe, which had been held since by former Conservative cabinet minister Peter Van Loan. Scot Davidson took 53 per cent of the vote for the Tories, well ahead of Liberal Shaun Tanaka with 30 per cent. Singh jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, finishing with about 39 per cent of the vote, beating Liberal candidate Richard T. Lee who finished second with about 26 per cent. A pair of independent candidates, Terry Grimwood and Valentine Wu, rounded out the ballot.