Natural Resources Minister Shawn Skinner and Aboriginal Affairs Minister Patty Pottle have gone down to defeat, but most PC ministers were re-elected in Tuesday's vote.

New Democrat Gerry Rogers ousted Skinner in St. John's Centre by more than 11 per cent of the vote, while Liberal Randy Edmunds topped Pottle by more than eight per cent in Torngat Mountains.

Sixteen members of Kathy Dunderdale's cabinet were seeking another term.

Three ministers from the last government decided not to run again: Dave Denine (intergovernmental affairs), Harry Harding (government services) and John Hickey (Labrador affairs).

Here is how the ministers fared:

Name Department District Outcome

Kathy Dunderdale

Premier Virginia Waters Re-elected
Joan Burke Education St. George's - Stephenville East Re-elected

Felix Collins

Justice and Attorney General

Placentia - St. Mary's Re-elected

Derrick Dalley

Business The Isles of Notre Dame Re-elected
Terry French Tourism, Culture and Recreation         Conception Bay South Re-elected

Tom Hedderson

Transportation and Works        Harbour Main Re-elected
Clyde Jackman Fisheries and Aquaculture       Burin - Placentia West Re-elected
Charlene Johnson   Child, Youth and Family Services    Trinity - Bay De Verde Re-elected
Jerome Kennedy Health and Community Services Carbonear - Harbour Grace Re-elected
Darin King     Human Resources, Labour and Employment Grand Bank Re-elected
Tom Marshall Finance, President of Treasury Board Humber East Re-elected
Kevin O’Brien  Municipal Affairs Gander Re-elected
Patty Pottle

Aboriginal Affairs

Torngat Mountains Defeated

Shawn Skinner   

Natural Resources

St. John's Centre Defeated
Susan Sullivan  Innovation, Trade and Rural Development Grand Falls - Windsor - Buchans Re-elected
Ross Wiseman Environment and Conservation Trinity North Re-elected