Of 15 Liberal cabinet ministers running in Tuesday's election, 13 are returning to Victoria.

Ida Chong was defeated in Oak Bay-Gordon Head by Andrew Weaver of the Green Party. Weaver's victory, the first in the party's 30-year history was convincing, with a margin of more than 2,000 votes with almost all polls reporting.

In Vancouver-Fairview, Margaret MacDiarmid lost to the NDP's George Heyma, while Stephanie Cadieux returns to the legislature in a new district for her, Surrey-Cloverdale.

Here is a list of cabinet ministers and how they fared in their districts:

DistrictMinisterPortfolioResult
Abbotsford WestMichael de JongFinance; House LeaderRe-elected
Comox ValleyDon McRaeEducationRe-elected
Fort Langley-AldergroveRich ColemanDeputy Premier; Energy, Mines and Natural GasRe-elected
Kamloops-North ThompsonTerry LakeEnvironment

Re-elected

Kelowna-Lake CountryNorm LetnickAgricultureRe-elected
Kelowna-MissionSteve ThomsonForests, Lands and Natural Resource OperationsRe-elected
Kootenay EastBill BennettCommunity, Sport and Cultural DevelopmentRe-elected
LangleyMary PolakTransportation and InfrastructureRe-elected
North Vancouver-LonsdaleNaomi YamamotoMinister of State for Small BusinessRe-elected
Oak Bay-Gordon HeadIda ChongAboriginal Relations and ReconciliationDefeated
Prince George-ValemountShirley BondJustice and Attorney GeneralRe-elected
Surrey-CloverdaleStephanie CadieuxChildren and Family DevelopmentElected
Vancouver-FairviewMargaret MacDiarmidHealthDefeated
Vancouver-LangaraMoira StilwellSocial DevelopmentRe-elected
West Vancouver-CapilanoRalph SultanAdvanced Education, Innovation and TechnologyRe-elected
Westside-KelownaBen StewartCitizens' Services and Open GovernmentRe-elected