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Saskatchewan goes blue, Conservatives take all 14 ridings

WATCH ABOVE: The Conservative Party take all 14 seats in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan is a sea of blue after the Conservatives swept all the ridings in the 2019 federal election.

The party took all 14 seats in the province, after winning 11 of 14 in 2015.

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Saskatchewan’s lone Liberal MP, Ralph Goodale, was defeated in Regina-Wascana.

Conservative Michael Kram beat Goodale, who has represented the riding for 26 years.

The NDP, who had made in-roads in the province when it won two seats in 2015, lost both in 2019.

Federal Election 2019: Longtime Liberal MP Ralph Goodale loses re-election in Regina-Wascana
Federal Election 2019: Longtime Liberal MP Ralph Goodale loses re-election in Regina-Wascana

Incumbent Georgina Jolibois, who won Desnethé-Missinippi-Churchill River for the NDP in a close race, was defeated by Gary Vidal.

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Vidal is the former mayor of Meadow Lake, a position he held from September 2011 until he stepped down in March 2019.

Sherri Benson, the co-deputy leader of the NDP, also lost her seat in Saskatoon West. Benson was defeated by Brad Redekopp.

Two other new faces were elected in the province — both former members of the ruling Saskatchewan Party.

Former legislature Speaker Corey Tocher won in Saskatoon-University, while Warren Steinley won in Regina-Lewvan.