Incumbent BC NDP candidate Ravi Kahlon is projected to keep his seat in Delta North.
From Olympic field hockey player to MLA, Kahlon has taken a unique route to politics.
The Delta North MLA moved from the pitch to become a political staffer for the NDP before becoming a politician himself.
In 2017 Delta North was one of the 11 seats the BC NDP picked up in Metro Vancouver.
Kahlon defeated Liberal incumbent Scott Hamilton by more than 2,100 votes.
RCMP staff sergeant and youth mentor Jet Sunner was running for the BC Liberals in the riding. This is a riding where the Liberals have had success before and were hoping to replicate that success.
- BC NDP: Ravi Kahlon
- BC Liberals: Jet Sunner
- BC Greens: Neema Manral
Swing Riding Meter
In the last seven elections, the riding has gone NDP four times and Liberals three times. The governing party has won the seat four times and the opposition three times.
Delta North was the 17th closest riding in the province in 2017 based on victory percentage. Kahlon won by 9.1 per cent. It was the 8th closest race for the NDP based on victory percentage.
Election Results 2017
- NDP: Ravi Kahlon — 11,465 votes (48.8%)
- Liberal: Scott Hamilton — 9,319 votes (39.7%)
- Green: Jacquie Miller — 2,697 votes (11.5%)
This profile will continually be updated to reflect latest information, interviews and events in the campaign.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots were requested across B.C. this election. As mail-in ballots cannot be counted until after election night, these results are not final.