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:
|Abbotsford West||Michael de Jong||Finance; House Leader||Re-elected|
|Comox Valley||Don McRae||Education||Re-elected|
|Fort Langley-Aldergrove||Rich Coleman||Deputy Premier; Energy, Mines and Natural Gas||Re-elected|
|Kamloops-North Thompson||Terry Lake||Environment||
|Kelowna-Lake Country||Norm Letnick||Agriculture||Re-elected|
|Kelowna-Mission||Steve Thomson||Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations||Re-elected|
|Kootenay East||Bill Bennett||Community, Sport and Cultural Development||Re-elected|
|Langley||Mary Polak||Transportation and Infrastructure||Re-elected|
|North Vancouver-Lonsdale||Naomi Yamamoto||Minister of State for Small Business||Re-elected|
|Oak Bay-Gordon Head||Ida Chong||Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation||Defeated|
|Prince George-Valemount||Shirley Bond||Justice and Attorney General||Re-elected|
|Surrey-Cloverdale||Stephanie Cadieux||Children and Family Development||Elected|
|Vancouver-Langara||Moira Stilwell||Social Development||Re-elected|
|West Vancouver-Capilano||Ralph Sultan||Advanced Education, Innovation and Technology||Re-elected|
|Westside-Kelowna||Ben Stewart||Citizens' Services and Open Government||Re-elected|