Election snapshots from journalists on the ground

The Durham College Chronicle sent our journalists to the Conservative, Liberal, NDP, Green, Marxist-Leninist and Independent party headquarters across the Whitby and Oshawa ridings to give you the most up-to-date coverage of the 2015 Federal Election.

These are some of the moments they caught on camera:

 

A small crowd has gathered to support Conservative Pat Perkins at the Whitby Legion. Photo by Taylor Waines.
A small crowd has gathered to support Conservative Pat Perkins at the Whitby Legion. Photo by Taylor Waines.
While waiting for results to come in for Liberal candidate Tito Dante-Marimpietri at the Oshawa Italian Club, supporters kepts an eye on the Toronto Blue Jays game. The Blue Jays were leading Kansas City 9-2 in the fourth inning in Toronto. Photo by Ryan Burden.
While waiting for results to come in for Liberal candidate
Tito Dante-Marimpietri at the Oshawa Italian Club, supporters kepts an eye on the Toronto Blue Jays game. The Blue Jays were leading Kansas City 9-2 in the fourth inning in Toronto. Photo by Ryan Burden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While the votes are being counted, the podium is ready for Conservative Pat Perkins to give either a victory speech or congratulate one of her opponents in the riding of Whitby. Photo by Taylor Waines.
While the votes are being counted, the podium is ready for Conservative Pat Perkins to give either a victory speech or congratulate one of her opponents in the riding of Whitby. Photo by Taylor Waines.

 

 

Supporters of Pat Perkins wait as results trickle in at the Whitby Legion. Photo by Taylor Waines
Supporters of Pat Perkins wait as results trickle in at the Whitby Legion. Photo by Taylor Waines.
Pat Perkins watches Prime Minister Stephen Harper's concession speech on TV at Whitby Legion. Conservative Perkins trails Liberal Celina Caesar-Chavannes by more than 1,000 votes. Photo by Taylor Waines.
Pat Perkins watches Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s concession speech on TV at Whitby Legion. Conservative Perkins trails Liberal Celina Caesar-Chavannes by more than 1,000 votes. Photo by Taylor Waines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supporters of Tito-Dante Marimpietri, including his father in red, gather at the Oshawa Italian Recreation Centre to watch election results. Photo by Amanda Ramal
Supporters of Tito-Dante Marimpietri, including his father in red, gather at the Oshawa Italian Recreation Centre to watch election results. Photo by Amanda Ramal.
Conservative Pat Perkins speaks in Whitby after losing in her bid for re-election. Photo by Taylor Waines.
Conservative Pat Perkins speaks in Whitby after losing in her bid for re-election. Photo by Taylor Waines.
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Alyssa Bugg is a second-year journalism student at Durham College. When it comes to writing and reporting, she enjoys covering events and connecting with her audience by writing about topics she feels matter to them. She likes to spend her spare time on both her personal and The Chronicle's Twitter accounts (for hours - it's a problem), researching and reading about audience engagement and spending some down time with her bunny, Mac. Alyssa hopes to work in a communications role or news organization in a digital capacity following graduation.

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