Canadian Federal Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction
Mississauga South

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
Paul Szabo
Canadian Alliance:
Brad Butt
Progressive Conservative Party:
David Brown
New Democratic Party:
Ken Cole
Green Party:
Pamela Murray
Marxist-Leninist Party:
Tim Sullivan

Paul Szabo

Previous Result:

Population: 99 333
Avg Household Income 64 977
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18/10/00 J Smith Email:
Reform-Alliance have nominated a strong, former Tory in this riding. If any of the Mississauga ridings fall, this would be the first. Alliance steal.
01/11/00 A.S.
The easternmost of the traditional "blue belt" along the Tor-Ham lakeshore, and federally most affected by the Mississauga "polyglot effect"; therefore, the ledger tips a little more in Alliance's favour (indeed, Reform was 2nd in '93, if not '97). It may be a challenge to dislodge the blue-not-green affluence of Clarkson & Lorne Park, but Alliance is fielding a young turk who ran credibly for Mike Harris in 1990. Still, Szabo, a prominent member of the Grits' "moral caucus", is no slouch in social conservatism, either. A fairly routine riding to watch for stirrings from, or apathy within, the right.
02/11/00 Sandy Berger Email:
Oh, is that strong former Tory Tom Long? No? Oh, I forgot that the wanna-be Alliance kingpin completely flip-flopped on his explicit promise to run in this election. He mentioned this riding as his likely destination, but the Boy Blunder obviously decided one ass-whooping was enough for one year. If Tommy Boy decided to run for cover, this was never the Alliance's to win. The Liberals will once again stumble to victory here, with a gigantic margin.

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