Neil Ellis (politician)

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Neil Ellis

Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Bay of Quinte
Assumed office
October 19, 2015
Preceded byDaryl Kramp
(Prince Edward—Hastings)
Mayor of Belleville
In office
December 1, 2006 – December 1, 2014
Preceded byMary-Anne Sills
Succeeded byTaso Christopher
Chairman of the Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs
Assumed office
February 16, 2016
MinisterSeamus O'Regan
Kent Hehr
Preceded byRoyal Galipeau
Personal details
Born1961/1962 (age 57–58)[1]
Political partyLiberal

Neil R. Ellis MP (born 1962) is a Canadian Liberal politician, who was elected to represent the riding of Bay of Quinte in the House of Commons of Canada in the 2015 federal election.

Ellis has bachelor's degree in law and psychology. He was elected mayor of Belleville in 2006, and served two terms, leaving office in 2014.[2] He became the Liberal nominee in the newly created Bay of Quinte riding, and won the subsequent election.[3]

Electoral record[edit]

Federal[edit]

2015 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Neil Ellis 29,281 50.7% +29.82%
Conservative Jodie Jenkins 19,781 34.3% −17.51%
New Democratic Terry Cassidy 7001 12.1% −10.91%
Green Rachel Nelems 1278 2.2% −1.57%
Independent Trueman Tuck 372 0.6%
Total valid votes/Expense limit 100.0     $220,948.02
Total rejected ballots
Turnout 57,924 68.9%
Eligible voters 83,954
Source: Elections Canada[4][5]

Municipal[edit]

2010 Belleville Mayoral Election[edit]

Mayoral Candidate [1] Vote %
Neil Ellis 10,081
Mitch Panciuk 2,825
Lonnie D. Herrington 350
Graham K. Longhurst 149

2006 Belleville Mayoral Election[edit]

Candidate Vote %
Neil Ellis 10,427 61.8
Mary-Anne Sills 3,957 23.5
Doug Rollins 2,483 14.7

2003 Belleville Mayoral Election[edit]

Candidate Vote %
Mary-Anne Sills 5,945 39.7
Neil Ellis 5,707 38.1
Doug Parker 3,256 21.7
Trueman Tuck 57 0.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ nurun.com. "The Belleville Intelligencer". The Belleville Intelligencer.
  2. ^ Meet Neil Ellis, Liberal.ca.
  3. ^ Ellis takes Bay of Quinte, The Intelligencer, October 19, 2015.
  4. ^ "Voter Information Service - Who are the candidates in my electoral district?". www.elections.ca.
  5. ^ "Elections Canada On-line - Élection Canada en-ligne". www.elections.ca.

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