|While not to the level I predicted, Jagmeet Singh increased the NDP's vote share in all Brampton ridings, despite it faltering nationally. He was an MPP in Brampton East and his leadership may have increased awareness of the New Democrats in regions with many South Asian residents, like Brampton. |
The Liberals will carry all Brampton ridings at current polling numbers. However, I predict the NDP could place a strong second place in several Brampton ridings and pose a realistic threat to the Liberals going forward.
|People do not want a 2 tier healthcare system|
People want more action on climate change, and social housing .Way more job creation.
Although, NDP could win other ridings near by if Jagmeet singh uses his Punjabi magic to convince people to vote for him and his party platform....
For the time being, I see Liberals holding this seat
|This riding has no incumbent as liberal mp Ramesh Sangha was removed from caucus and an independent but choose not to run again. This riding is actually held by the ndp provincially which seems hard to believe but they did win here in 2018 but federal party yet to even reveal a candidate.|
|I agree with KXS fully here. I do not see why this seat in particular is TCTC while the rest of Brampton is not. Not saying it is not competitive, just that right now there isn’t any signs that the Liberals will lose seats in the Peel region.|
|I agree that there's no reason to mark this up as TCTC if the other Brampton seats are (rightfully) marked as safe Liberal. The Tories' ceiling is too low for them here thanks to the South Asian population, and the Liberals will as always hoover up most of the non-Tory vote.|
|Not sure why this is seen as TCTC, while all other Brampton seats are projected for the Liberals. Under the current political climate, the Liberals should hold on to all seats in this area.|
Ramesh Sangha is not running again, but it will not matter a bit.
|The fact that the Lib incumbent got himself booted from caucus isn't in its own right likely to wreck the party's chances of a hold--but a Jagmeet hometown-bandwagon-at-long-last *could*. Or maybe it could just split the opposition on the Libs' behalf; but even without such booting, it was marginally the Lib-weakest of Brampton's seats|
|This one's a bit hard to predict. The Liberals won huge here the last time, but it doesn't mean that they're going to do it again this time. This is one of those ridings that people's mood could turn in a heartbeat, so it all depends on what the people's moods are on election day.|