REGINA – On Monday April 4, voters across Saskatchewan headed to the polls to vote in the 2016 provincial election. Once the polls close, Global News will have live, real-time election results. Click here to follow our election coverage.
Global News also has profiles for each of the 61 ridings in the province, including who is running and for which party. Riding profiles will be updated with the winners as the results come in.
Some of Global News’ political analysts are claiming that close races could be seen in several ridings including Regina-Douglas Park, Regina Pasqua, Saskatoon Westview, Saskatoon Fairview and for the first time in several elections the Saskatchewan Party may be able to claim a seat in the northern Saskatchewan riding of Cumberland which has historically voted for the NDP.
WATCH BELOW: Recapping Saskatchewan election night
For everything you need to know about where, when and how to vote, go to our Voting 101 page.
The polls close across the province will close at 8 p.m. CT . Just over 110,000 people cast their ballots during advance voting in the Saskatchewan election, a 66 per cent increase from the 66,602 people who voted during five days of advance polling in the 2011 election.
Brad Wall is hoping to lead his Saskatchewan Party to a third term in office, while Cam Broten is taking the NDP through its first election since he became party leader in March 2013.