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Ellerton plans to return in next federal vote for Timmins-James Bay

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Morgan Ellerton says he’ll be back.

The rookie Conservative party candidate is second to New Democrat Charlie Angus in Timmins-James Bay.  As of late last night, he had around 28 percent of the vote, compared to Angus’s 36 percent.

The 33-year-old nurse says he’s leaning towards running again, pending discussions with his wife and his employer.

“After this tremendous turnout and obviously I mean, I was completely humbled by how much the people have entrusted me at this point,” he says. “So I think I need to give it a second shot.”

Ellerton says he’s not interested in next June’s Ontario election. He still has his eye on the federal seat.

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He hints at possibly doing better this time, if not for the small-C conservative People’s Party of Canada, and its Timmins-James Bay candidate, Stephen MacLeod.

“Looking at how well the PPC did here,” Ellerton remarks, “I think the Conservatives have a bit of just revisiting and making sure that we can bring them back into the fold and time to unite.”

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