Mad Stevie tried to have the votes at the University of Guelph annulled, but guess what?
Democracy prevailed and mad Stevie, who wouldn't know democracy if it jumped up and bit him on the snozz, now has a lot to worry about.
GUELPH — Votes cast by approximately 700 students in a special ballot held Wednesday at the University of Guelph are valid, Elections Canada ruled Friday afternoon. In a letter sent Thursday to the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, the Tories alleged the polling station was not sanctioned by Elections Canada; partisan election material was on display near the ballot box; and, scrutineers from the various parities were not present.Canada's youth. They're coming for you Stevie.
In a blanket statement, Elections Canada ruled against the Conservative claims. “All information at our disposal indicates that the votes were cast in a manner that respects the Canada Elections Act and are valid,” according to a statement issued nationally by Elections Canada.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.