Saskatchewan

Liberals, NDP and Conservatives each win a seat in Regina

Each of the countries major parties picked up one seat in Regina.

Erin Weir wins tight race in Regina-Lewvan, Goodale elected for 8th time

Andrew Scheer (left), Ralph Goodale and Erin Weir will represent Regina in Ottawa during the next parliament. (CBC)

It took nearly all night Monday to determine, but the NDP's Erin Weir has won the new all-urban Regina-Lewvan riding. He beat Conservative candidate Trent Fraser by just 143 votes.

Regina-Lewvan MP Erin Weir. (CBC)

Here is how Regina-Lewvan voted:

  • 16,844: Erin Weir, NDP
  • 16,701: Trent Fraser, Conservative
  • 13,144: Louis Browne, Liberal
  • 839: Tamela Friesen, Green

Make it 8: Goodale re-elected in Regina-Wascana

Liberal Ralph Goodale was elected in this riding for the eighth-straight time.He was first elected in Regina-Wascana in the 1993 federal election and has been the MP in this part of Regina for 22 years.

Liberal MP Ralph Goodale asks a question during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday, March 30, 2015. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

Goodale edged out Michael Kram (Conservative), April Bourgeois (NDP), and Frances Simonson (Green).

Here is how Regina-Wascana voted:

  • 23,562: Ralph Goodale, Liberal
  • 12,917: Michael Kram, Conservative
  • 5,361: April Bourgeois, NDP
  • 878: Frances Simonson, Green

Scheer reclaims Regina-Qu'Appelle

While Goodale has been a staple in Regina-Wascana, Andrew Scheer has once again kept his firm hold on Regina-Qu'Appelle.

Scheer has now won the past five federal elections in the Regina-Qu'Appelle riding.

Andrew Scheer was elected Speaker in 2011. (Hansard)
 

He's been the Speaker of the House since 2011.

Scheer was running against Nial Kuyek (NDP), Della Anaquod (Liberal), and Greg Chatterson (Green). 

Here is how Regina-Qu'Appelle voted:

  • 16,566: Andrew Scheer, Conservative
  • 11,072: Nial Kuyek, NDP
  • 8,487: Della Anaquod, Liberal
  • 850: Greg Chatterson, Green

Take a look at how the ridings changed since 2011:

 

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