Election 2015: Langley-Aldergrove

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LANGLEY-ALDERGROVE

Welcome to Vancity Buzz’s Election 2015 coverage for Metro Vancouver. Refresh this post on October 19 for up-to-date information for the Langley-Aldergrove riding.

Langley-Aldergrove

RE-ELECTS MARK WARAWA, CONSERVATIVE

Long-time Conservative MP Mark Warawa campaigns in Langley-Aldergrove, a new riding created in the 2012 federal redistribution. The area has a long history of Conservative voting, and polls are forecasting a Conservative clinch.

Here is a map of the district:

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Results

  • Conservative: Mark Warawa ELECTED 27,343/45.5%
  • NDP: Margot Sangster 7,664/12.8%
  • Liberal: Leon Jensen 21,905/36.5%
  • GreenSimmi Saminder Kaur Dhillon 2,624/4.4%
  • Libertarian: Lauren Southern 560/0.9%

 

 

8:41 p.m. – As of now the projected winner for the riding is Mark Warawa of the Conservative Party.

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