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Scheer wins Conservative leadership race: results by ballot

The race came down to the final ballot, 13, with Maxime Bernier leading for the first 12, but Andrew Scheer winning the last with 50.95 per cent of the vote. CBC News screenshot

Place  Candidate name       Round 13

1         Andrew Scheer      50.95%

2         Maxime Bernier    49.05%

Place  Candidate name       Round 12

1          Maxime Bernier        40.38%

2          Andrew Scheer          38.36%

3          Erin O’Toole   21.26%

Place  Candidate name       Round 11

1          Maxime Bernier        36.57%

2          Andrew Scheer          30.28%

3          Erin O’Toole   18.85%

4          Brad Trost      14.3%

Place  Candidate name       Round 10

1          Maxime Bernier        34.23%

2          Andrew Scheer          28.28%

3          Erin O’Toole   14.64%

4          Brad Trost      13.71%

5          Michael Chong           9.14%

Place  Candidate name       Round 9

1          Maxime Bernier        31.69%

2          Andrew Scheer          26.03%

3          Brad Trost      12.84%

4          Erin O’Toole   12.79%

5          Michael Chong           8.70%

6          Kellie Leitch   7.95%

Place  Candidate name       Round 8

1          Maxime Bernier        31.24%

2          Andrew Scheer          23.85%

3          Erin O’Toole   12.37%

4          Michael Chong           8.60%

5          Brad Trost      8.53%

6          Kellie Leitch   7.74%

7          Pierre Lemieux          7.67%

Place  Candidate name       Round 7

1          Maxime Bernier        30.51%

2          Andrew Scheer          22.97%

3          Erin O’Toole   11.32%

4          Brad Trost      8.47%

5          Michael Chong           7.97%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.58%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.45%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.74%

Place  Candidate name       Round 6

1          Maxime Bernier        30.20%

2          Andrew Scheer          22.48%

3          Erin O’Toole   11.15%

4          Brad Trost      8.44%

5          Michael Chong           7.89%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.51%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.26%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.68%

9          Steven Blaney            1.39%

Candidate name       Round 5

1          Maxime Bernier        29.93%

2          Andrew Scheer          22.17%

3          Erin O’Toole   10.97%

4          Brad Trost      8.41%

5          Michael Chong           7.75%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.45%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.19%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.58%

9          Steven Blaney            1.33%

10       Chris Alexander        1.23%

Candidate name       Round 4

1          Maxime Bernier        29.36%

2          Andrew Scheer          22.06%

3          Erin O’Toole10.86%

4          Brad Trost      8.39%

5          Michael Chong           7.71%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.43%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.09%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.52%

9          Steven Blaney            1.30%

10       Chris Alexander        1.21%

11       Kevin O’Leary            1.09%

Candidate name       Round 3

1          Maxime Bernier        29.16%

2          Andrew Scheer          21.97%

3          Erin O’Toole   10.75%

4          Brad Trost      8.37%

5          Michael Chong           7.64%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.41%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.05%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.45%

9          Steven Blaney            1.28%

10       Chris Alexander        1.16%

11       Kevin O’Leary            1.09%

12       Rick Peterson 0.67%

Candidate name       Round 2

1          Maxime Bernier        29.06%

2          Andrew Scheer          21.85%

3          Erin O’Toole10.68%

4          Brad Trost      8.36%

5          Michael Chong           7.61%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.39%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.03%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.37%

9          Steven Blaney            1.27%

10       Chris Alexander        1.14%

11       Kevin O’Leary            1.08%

12       Rick Peterson 0.66%

13       Andrew Saxton          0.51%

Place  Candidate name       Round 1

1          Maxime Bernier        28.89%

2          Andrew Scheer          21.82%

3          Erin O’Toole   10.65%

4          Brad Trost      8.35%

5          Michael Chong           7.55%

6          Pierre Lemieux          7.38%

7          Kellie Leitch   7.00%

8          Lisa Raitt        3.34%

9          Steven Blaney            1.26%

10       Chris Alexander        1.12%

11       Kevin O’Leary            1.07%

12       Rick Peterson 0.65%

13       Andrew Saxton          0.50%

14       Deepak Obhrai          0.41%

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