Alberta election: Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville results

Global News projects UCP Jackie Armstrong-Homeniuk win in Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville.

Below is a full list of the candidates in the riding of Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville, an area located in rural central Alberta just east of Edmonton.

Quick take

The current representative for Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville is the New Democratic Party’s Jessica Littlewood, who was first elected in the 2015 provincial election.


NDP: Jessica Littlewood (Incumbent)
United Conservative Party: Jackie Armstrong-Homeniuk
Alberta Party: Marvin Olsen
Green Party: Rebecca Trotter
Alberta Advantage Party: Ronald Malowany
Freedom Conservative Party: Malcolm Stinson
Alberta Independence Party: Shane Ladouceur


Littlewood was part of the NDP government that was swept into power in the 2015 election, ending 44 years of Progressive Conservative rule in the province. Littlewood defeated Jacquie Fenske to win the district in 2015. Fenske won a seat in the riding for the Progressive Conservatives in the 2012 election.

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Before the NDP win in 2015, the riding had elected PC members since its inception in 2004.

Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville is the riding of former premier Ed Stelmach.

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