Politician in Ontario, Canada. She was a Progressive Conservative member in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 2006 to 2015. She represented the ridings of Whitby-Ajax and Whitby-Oshawa, east of Toronto. Elliott was a candidate in the 2009 Progressive Conservative leadership election and came in third place behind winner Tim Hudak and runner-up Frank Klees. She was appointed as the party's deputy leader in 2009. She was a candidate for 2015 leadership election but lost to federal MP Patrick Brown. Elliott was appointed as Ontario's first Patient Ombudsman. On February 1, 2018, she launched her bid for the leadership of the Progressive Conservative party of Ontario.