Incumbent Jamie Schmale received 33,826 votes, 52.6 percent which is an increase of about 1,500 from 2019 to take his third win in the Haliburton – Kawartha Lakes – Brock riding. Liberal Judi Forbes was second again, this time with 14,497 followed in third by the NDP candidate Zac Miller at 9,237. Rounding out the six-person race were Alison Donaldson of the People’s Party of Canada, 4,645; Green Party Angel Godsoe, 1,647; and Libertarian Gene Balfour with 444. Of the 261 of 262 polls reporting, 64,296 of the registered 102,554 electors cast a ballot which equates to 62.69 per cent.
Incumbent Jamie Schmale had family, friends and supporters around him when he learned about his election win for the Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock riding.