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Election results from Central Alberta ridings

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Unofficial Alberta provincial election results showing number of seats won by each party. To be updated throughout the evening.

Elected or leading:

Progressive Conservatives — 62

Wildrose Party — 17

NDP — 4

Liberals — 4


Poll results from Central Alberta ridings will be updated as they become available throughout the evening.


Red Deer-North (83 of 83 polls reporting)

*Jablonski, Mary Anne (PC) — 5,091 (38.95%)

Weins, Randy (WR) — 4,430 (33.9%)

Dawe, Michael (LIB) — 2,330 (17.83%)

Seelinger, Derrek (NDP) — 970 (7.42%)

Chalmers, Brent (AP) — 248 (1.9%)


Red Deer-South (80 of 80 polls reporting)

*Dallas, Cal (PC) — 6,355 (43.81%)

Stephan, Nathan (WR) — 4,934 (34.02%)

Watkinson-Zimmer, Lorna (NDP) — 1,548 (10.67%)

Chilibeck, Jason (LIB) — 1,104 (7.61%)

Gingras, Serge (AP) — 564 (3.89%)


Innisfail-Sylvan Lake (72 of 72 polls reporting)

Towle, Kerry (WR) — 7,091 (46.22%)

*Ouellette, Luke (PC) — 6,149 (40.08%)

Klooster, Danielle (AP) — 749 (4.88%)

Norman, Patricia (NDP) — 712 (4.64%)

Vidok, Les (LIB) — 641 (4.18%)


Lacombe-Ponoka (69 of 69 polls reporting)

Fox, Rod (WR) — 5,571 (43.96%)

Christie, Steve (PC) — 5,363 (35.88%)

Hart, Doug (NDP) — 1,482 (9.92%)

Jeglum, Tony (AP) — 778 (5.21%)

Morrow, Kyle (LIB) — 753 (5.04%)


Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills (78 of 78 polls reporting)

Rowe, Bruce (WR) — 10,181 (56.77%)

Davis, Darcy (PC) — 6,633 (36.99%)

Krezanoski, Kristie (NDP) — 565 (3.15%)

Davis, Garth (LIB) — 555 (3.09%)


Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre (78 of 78 polls reporting)

Anglin, Joe (WR) — 7,647 (51.26%)

*Lund, Ty (PC) — 6,145 (41.19%)

Broska, Doreen (NDP) — 703 (4.71%)

Sisson, Mason (LIB) — 422 (2.83%)


Drumheller-Stettler (87 of 87 polls reporting)

Strankman, Rick (WR) — 7,371 (49.35%)

*Hayden, Jack (PC) — 6,518 (43.64%)

Rao, Aditya (NDP) — 409 (2.74%)

Roset, Cam (LIB) — 360 (2.41%)

Berdahl, Andrew (AP) — 279 (1.87%)


(AP) Alberta Party;

(LIB) Liberal Party;

(NDP) New Democratic Party;

(PC) Progressive Conservatives);

(WR) Wildrose Party

* Indicates incumbent