Global News projects that Brad Rutherford will take the riding of Leduc-Beaumont for the United Conservative Party (UCP).
Below is a full list of the candidates in the riding of Leduc-Beaumont, located south of Edmonton in central Alberta.
The race in Leduc-Beaumont features an incumbent in Shaye Anderson who is seeking re-election after becoming a first-time MLA in 2015 with the New Democratic Party. Anderson has served as Alberta’s municipal affairs minister since 2017.
NDP: Shaye Anderson (Incumbent)
United Conservative Party: Brad Rutherford
Alberta Party: Robb Connelly
Alberta Liberal Party: Chris Fenske
Freedom Conservative Party: Jeff Rout
Green Party: Jenn Roach
Alberta Advantage Party: Gil Poitras
Alberta Independence Party: Kevin Dunn
Independent: Sharon Maclise
The district of Leduc-Beaumont was created in 2010 named after the City of Leduc and Leduc County and the Town of Beaumont. Progressive Conservative George Rogers won the seat for the riding in the 2012 election while the NDP’s Shaye Anderson won the seat in the 2015 election.