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2019 Canada election results: Regina Qu’Appelle

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has been re-elected as MP for the Regina-Qu’Appelle riding. Scheer has held the riding since 2004.


Regina Qu’Appelle is a split urban/rural riding that includes northeast Regina, Wolseley, Wynard and the southern side of the Quill Lakes. It also includes the Qu’Appelle valley region on the east side of Highway 6 and the communities Balcarres, Indian Head and Raymore among others.

History:

Incumbent and Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer has held the riding since 2004. The riding was previously held by the NDP, but has been a Tory stronghold since the modern Conservative Party of Canada formed in 2003.

Since winning the seat, Scheer has routinely won by margins ranging from 2,000 to 6,000 votes.

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This will be Scheer’s first election as Conservative Party Leader, and with the Conservative voting record of Saskatchewan, he is expected to retain his seat.

Candidates:

Conservative: Andrew Scheer (Incumbent) and Opposition Leader

Liberal: Jordan Ames-Sinclair

NDP: Ray Aldinger

Green Party: Dale Dewar

People’s Party of Canada: Tracey Sparrowhawk

Parti Rhinocéros Party: Éric Normand

Libertarian Party of Canada: James Plummer

Independent: Kieran Szuchewycz

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