Skinner, Pottle lose but most PC ministers re-elected
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.
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:
|Joan Burke||Education||St. George's - Stephenville East||Re-elected|
Justice and Attorney General
|Placentia - St. Mary's||Re-elected|
|Business||The Isles of Notre Dame||Re-elected|
|Terry French||Tourism, Culture and Recreation||Conception Bay South||Re-elected|
|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|
|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|