Top riding association websites

Congratulations to these sites which scored 12 out of 15 or higher:

Brant Greens
Niagara Falls Conservatives
Sault Ste. Marie Conservatives
Western Arctic Conservatives

Close contenders

These riding associations are doing quite well and each scored 11 points out of 15. Don't know which riding you live in? Search by postal code on Elections Canada's website.  

Delta-Richmond East Conservatives
Edmonton Centre Conservatives
Edmonton-Sherwood Park Conservatives
Kingston and the Islands Liberals
Kingston and the Islands NDPs
Kootenay-Columbia Conservatives
Lambton-Kent-Middlesex Liberals
Lethbridge Conservatives
London-Fanshawe Greens
North Vancouver Liberals
Northumberland-Quinte West Liberals
Ottawa South Conservatives
Ottawa West-Nepean Liberals
Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge-Mission Liberals
Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam Liberals
Prince Edward-Hastings Liberals
Richmond Liberals
Sarnia-Lambton Liberals
Saskatoon-Wanuskewin Liberals
Simcoe-Grey Liberals
Sudbury Conservatives
Thornhill Liberals
Timmins-James Bay Conservatives
Vancouver Island North Conservatives
Vancouver Quadra Liberals
Victoria Liberals
West Nova Conservatives
Windsor West Conservatives

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