Road to majority government smoothly paved for Conservatives
The Conservative Party vote has been the most efficient in the last two elections and likely will be in October as well. During the last campaign, the party converted 35,200 votes, on average, into one seat, whereas both the NDP (43,800) and especially Liberal (81,900) vote was less efficient.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair.The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright
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