Alberta election results: Follow CBC's coverage today

Tuesday's election in Alberta could see a historic change. CBC will have multi-platform coverage throughout the day and bring you the latest results after the polls close at 8 p.m. MT.

Polls close across Alberta at 8 p.m. MT

Party leaders have been out hitting the campaign trail since the election was called in April. But will their hard work pay off? CBC brings you the latest on election day. (Canadian Press)

Tuesday's election in Alberta could see a historic change

CBC will have multi-platform coverage throughout the day and bring you the latest results after the polls close at 8 p.m. MT.

Online

CBC will have a special interactive results page. You'll be able to see every riding, but also favourite the ridings you're watching and stay up-to-date with our decision desk alerts. You can share your opinion of the results by participating in a live web chat throughout the evening. We will also be livestreaming our television and radio shows.

Radio

Our special begins at 8 p.m. across the province on CBC Radio One and will continue until there's a decision. Donna McElligott is the host. She'll be joined by political analyst John Soroski from MacEwan University and Judy Aldous on the results desk. We'll be taking listeners' calls, emails and tweets. We'll also check in with CBC reporters at all the main party headquarters, and we'll talk to candidates throughout the province.

TV 

CBC television's provincial election coverage begins at 6 p.m. MT on CBC News Network with host Ian Hanomansing. Our Alberta votes coverage starts at 8 p.m. MT with host Rob Brown on CBC Calgary, CBC Edmonton and on CBC News Network. He'll be joined by analysts Bruce Cameron, Susan Elliott and Corey Hogan. CBC legislature reporter John Archer will tell the stories behind the results, and we'll have live reports from CBC reporters at party headquarters across the province. 

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