|Liberal strength here provincially is more likely to do with the high profile of Indira Naidoo-Harris. Lisa Raitt has an even higher profile, and, although this was a riding Liberals could have taken last time, she won by 5%, a margin that I only expect to grow.|
|With Raitt hanging on during the Trudeau wave in 2015, it's hard to see her seat threatened with a completely different political landscape in 2019, even against an Olympic medalist. Milton seems like the perfect riding for the modern Conservative Party: a sprawling, car-dependent suburb, with a growing immigrant community and a few remnants of Main Street, small town Ontario. Raitt wins in October.|
|Lisa Raitt is now the Deputy CPC Leader, so has remained a high-profile MP this term as a result. The Liberals may be running Olympian Adam van Koeverden, but he's paddling upstream in this race.|
|Since Lisa Raitt survived the red wave of 2015, I think she will be re-elected this year unless the Tories completely go off the rails.|
|For Lisa Raitt to lose here, it would require a major red wave, and at the moment, I can't see it happening, sure the Liberals have a high profile candidate, but he is likely to finish with the silver medal here|
|Toss up. Could be one of the few Liberal pick ups outside of Quebec. |
The demographics of Milton has changed quite a bit over the last 15 years. It will likely vote the way the some of hte Mississauga ridings will vote.
Lisa Raitt is a popular incumbent, but the Liberals are fielding a star candidate with Adam van Koeverden.