10/28/2014 17:06 EDT | Updated 10/28/2014 17:59 EDT

Doug Ford's Loss In Mayoral Race Is 'Like ISIS Coming To Toronto,' Emotional Supporter Says

TORONTO, ON- OCTOBER 27 Doug Ford smiles as he thanks his supporter from the podium surrounded by his family at the Woodbine Banquet Hall in Toronto. October 27, 2014. (David Cooper/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Toronto's John Tory defeated Doug Ford, the brother of current mayor and former crack cocaine addict Rob Ford, in Monday's election for the city's top job.

The election turned out to be a close race, with Tory gaining 40 percent of the vote to Ford's 34 -- indicating that a solid amount of Toronto's populace really did want 'Ford More Years.'

Perhaps no one was more disappointed that this didn't pan out than devastated Ford supporter and volunteer Penny Morrison, who told Yahoo Canada News that Tory's election is "like ISIS coming to Toronto!"

ISIS, also called the Islamic State, is a brutal terror organization which currently controls large swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria. John Tory is a moderate conservative who was once chairman of the Canadian Football League.