A lot of people are now wondering what should happen next to PC leader Tim Hudak? Pollster John Wright says 76% of people THEY polled before the election said he should resign.
In case you were wondering: the election is going to cost us taxpayers almost $90 million
University student in our studio audience says Hudak/PCs didn't really reach out to young voters with their platform.
He's calling for the premier to engage more with young voters, 'spend more time on campus'
Elected or leading results: Liberals - 57. PC - 28. NDP - 22.
Austin Delaney with Liberal party campaign co-chair. He says voters liked Wynne, she was authentic, credible and wanted to invest, not fire people
Just going back to the elected/leading results - only six seats separate the PCs and the NDP.
Liberal campaign co-chair says they got a gift - the plan to fire 100,000 people.
Liberals are up 9 seats, PC down 9. NDP even.
Asking about Horwath's future now...what's next for her?
Paul Bliss says people are stunned. 'They thought for sure, there was time for change in Ontario' #ctvelection
Glen Murray says residents voted for him b/c they're concerned about congestion downtown.
John Musselman says the atmosphere at NDP HQ is 'subdued' #ctvelection #voteon
Popular vote (not seats, but total number of votes): Liberals 38%. PC - 31%. NDP - 25%. #ctvelection #voteon
Voter turnout - 46%, down from 48% last election #ctvelection #voteON
Do you think the results would have been different if the election were held at a different time of the year?
Two very close races remain in our area: Newmarket-Aurora and Oak Ridges-Markham
'It just doesn't make sense to say you're going to create 1 million jobs by cutting 100,000.' - NDP strategist
Ah, yes @2014. Maybe in four years?
There's a shot of our TV control room. A lot of co-ordination going on in there.