Supplied photo of Norm Miller (centre) at Queen’s Park

Norm Miller has been re-elected MPP for Parry Sound-Muskoka. Miller says going into today’s provincial election he wasn’t taking anything for granted:

He says it’s a privilege to once again serve as the riding’s MPP:

This will be Miller’s sixth consecutive term as MPP.  He says he’d like to think that’s a reflection of the job his constituents believe he’s doing at Queen’s Park:

Miller says he believes the majority government Ontario voters handed the PC party tonight was a combination of support for Doug Ford’s vision of the province, and an indictment of the former Liberal government’s record:

His first priority when MPPs get back to work will be health care:

Of the 45,330 votes cast in Parry Sound-Muskoka, Miller collected 22,664, or 49.99 per cent.  NDP candidate Erin Horvath was the runner up with 10,394, the Green’s Matt Richter nabbed 9,438, Liberal Brenda Rhodes managed 4,071, and independent Jeff Mole received 219. There were 76,319 total eligible voters in Parry Sound-Muskoka, for a voter turnout of 59 per cent.