Most of Clark's cabinet ministers win re-election

Of 15 Liberal cabinet ministers running for re-election, 13 are returning to Victoria.

Ida Chong, Margaret MacDiarmid only ministers defeated

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