12.21.2012 11:00 AM

15 more for Pupatello!

  • Bas Balkissoon, MPP for Scarborough-Rouge River
  • Don Boudria, former MPP for Prescott-Russell
  • David Caplan, former MPP for Don Valley East
  • Megan Cornell, past Liberal candidate for Carleton-Mississippi Mills
  • Eric Cunningham, former MPP for Wentworth North
  • Murray Elston, former MPP for Bruce and Interim Liberal Leader
  • Jack Heath, Deputy Mayor of Markham and former OLP President
  • Ross Lamont, former OLP President
  • Mark MacDonald, past Liberal candidate for Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry
  • John McCallum, MP for Markham-Unionville
  • Jacquie Menezes, past Liberal candidate for Oshawa
  • Tim Murphy, former MPP for St. George-St. David, former OLP President and co-chair of 1999 campaign
  • Richard Patten, former MPP for Ottawa Centre
  • Mario G. Racco, former MPP for Thornhill
  • Barbara Sullivan, former MPP for Halton Centre


  1. Dennis Hollingsworth says:

    BRAVO Sandra Pupatello … GO Sandra, GO Smooth, GO Smart + GO Swiftly !!

  2. Marc-Andre Chiasson says:

    Wasn’t Boudria the MP and not MPP for Prescott-Russell? Regardless, Mme Pupatello seems to be racking up some good supporters.

    • Gary says:

      Both, MPP for Prescott and Russell in the early 80s. MP for Glengarry – Prescott – Russell after leaving the ONT leg.
      But, yes Pupatello does have some solid support.

  3. Marc-Andre Chiasson says:

    Thanks Gary. Didn’t know about Boudria’s stint in provincial politics. I remember him from his Rat Pack days in Ottawa. I’m following the Ontario Liberal leadership race from afar in New Brunswick. Pretty interesting. We have just gone through one in New Brunswick and selected a great young and dynamic bilingual leader by the name of Brian Gallant. Keep that name in mind as he’ll likely be the next Premier of our province.

    • Gary says:

      I just looked up your Mr. Gallant. Very impressive man. Here’s wishing him well in 2014. I hope he can assemble a good team and win. It might be an insight into what the “Harper Government” can expect from New Brunswick voters in 2015. Do provincial liberal voting intentions tend to translate into votes for their federal liberal cousins in NB? In Ontario it can often have the reverse effect.

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