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BREAKING NEWS
UPDATED AT 2:49 AM EDT Monday, Oct. 13, 2003
McGuinty rebounds from 1999 loss to Tories to become premier-designate
11:31 PM | FULL STORY 
Dalton McGuinty and his wife Terri celebrate his victory in his Ottawa riding on Thursday.
Photo: Jonathan Hayward/CP
Dalton McGuinty and his wife Terri celebrate his victory in his Ottawa riding on Thursday.
Eleven ministers fall; Eves tells his supporters to be proud of having ‘helped turn Ontario around'
11:00 PM | FULL STORY 
Official party status lost after NDP loses two seats to fall to seven
10:36 PM | FULL STORY 
The incumbent party had many obstacles to overcome
8:31 PM | FULL STORY 
McGuinty's first steps towards victory were taken in 1999
8:25 PM | FULL STORY 
Enterprise Minister's bid to be Tory Leader strengthened by defeat of Clement
2:30 AM | FULL STORY 
'Good, strong, hard-working and honest,' leader deserved to win, supporters say
2:40 AM | FULL STORY 
Compares the premier-elect's win to his own, and that of Gordon Campbell
12:38 AM | FULL STORY 
Win means city will have political clout at Queen's Park for first time since 1995
2:44 AM | FULL STORY 
Voters tilt to the left
2:49 AM | FULL STORY 
This time, the lure of tax cuts was not enough
8:36 PM | FULL STORY 
McGuinty has many changes in mind for the province
8:42 PM | FULL STORY 
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John Ibbitson assesses the campaigns 
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Roy MacGregor talks to the voters 

Races to watch
Even slight change could boost Liberals 
These races matter for the Progressive Conservatives 
Grits in tough in these regions 
NDP challenged in a pair of traditional strongholds 

Election essentials
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Liberal 0 72 72
PC 0 24 24
NDP 0 7 7
Indep. 0 0 0
Total 0 103 103
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Majority=52
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