Liberal Dominique Anglade has won the riding of Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne.
The riding of Saint-Henri—Sainte-Anne corresponds to Montreal’s Sud-Ouest borough.
The four candidates from parties serving in the National Assembly at dissolution:
Coalition Avenir Québec: Sylvie Hamel
Parti Québécois: Dieudonné Ella-Oyono
Quebec Liberal Party: Dominique Anglade
Québec Solidaire: Benoit Racette
The incumbent heading into the 2018 election was Liberal MNA Dominique Anglade.
She won the riding in a provincial byelection in 2015.
Anglade quickly rose in the party ranks, becoming the minister of economy, science and innovation and the minister responsible for digital strategy.
In 2017, she became the province’s deputy premier.
Saint-Henri was created in 1992, following the merger of the Saint-Henri riding, which had been created in 1992, and Sainte-Anne, created in 1912.
Since the merger, the riding has always elected Liberals.