LIVE results: Blaine Calkins wins Red Deer-Lacombe riding

Conservative incumbent Blaine Calkins has won the Red Deer-Lacombe riding, according to CBC.

Calkins defeated Tiffany Rose of the Liberal Party of Canada, Lauren Pezzela of the New Democratic Party, Sarah Palmer of the Green Party of Canada and Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson of the People’s Party of Canada in Monday’s election.

Here’s a look at the current results for the Red Deer-Lacombe riding, last updated 11:10 p.m. with 250/255 polls reported:

Blaine Calkins, Conservative Party of Canada – 50,131 votes (79.9%)

Lauren Pezzela, New Democratic Party – 5,630 votes (9.0%)

Tiffany Rose, Liberal Party of Canada – 3,263 votes (5.2%)

Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson, People’s Party of Canada – 2,266 votes (3.6%)

Sarah Palmer, Green Party of Canada – 1,448 votes (2.3%)



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