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About this Riding
This densely populated riding, where nearly half of commuters take public transit to work, is a key target for the NDP in downtown Toronto, where the party was shut out in 2015. It has been a swing riding at the provincial level over the last decade, with the Ontario NDP taking it by a margin of 42 points in 2018. Federally, Davenport was solidly Liberal from 1962 until 2011, when the NDP’s Andrew Cash made a breakthrough. The Liberals’ Julie Dzerowicz wrestled it back in 2015 by a margin of just three points, and will face off against Cash again.