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May 24, 2022
With no incumbent in the race, voters will choose a new representative on June 2
The winds of change are certainly coming to the north shore of Lake Superior.
For the first time in 42 years, Thunder Bay-Superior North voters won’t have an option to re-elect their incumbent MPP when they enter the voting booth on June 2. Only weeks before the election, long-standing Liberal Michael Gravelle announced he wouldn’t be running for health reasons. Gravelle has represented the riding since 1995.
Thunder Bay holds the lion’s share of the votes in the riding that also includes rural communities, resource-dependent small municipalities, and First Nations.
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