B.C. election 2020: Vancouver-Fraserview results

George Chow of the BC NDP is projected to win in Vancouver-Fraserview.

As goes Vancouver-Fraserview, so goes the government.

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Since 1991, when the riding was created, whoever has been chosen as its MLA has also sat in government.

This makes it prime territory for any party leader on the campaign trail. The race has been called within a thousand votes in the last three elections.

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In 2017, former Vancouver city councillor George Chow defeated then-attorney general Suzanne Anton in one of the most diverse ridings in B.C.

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Chow earned a spot in cabinet and is seeking re-election.

The BC Liberals nominated David Grewal, who was the highest vote-getter to not secure a seat on Vancouver council in 2018.

Nominated Candidates

  • BC Liberals: David Grewal
  • BC NDP: George Chow
  • BC Greens: Françoise Raunet

Swing Riding Meter

The BC NDP has won the riding three times since 1991, while the BC Liberals have won it four.

It was the ninth closest race in the province based on winning percentage in 2017. Chow won by 6.3 per cent. The riding was the fourth closest race of the 41 seats the BC NDP won in 2017.

Election Results 2017

  • BC NDP: George Chow, 11,487 votes (48.6%)
  • BC Liberal: Suzanne Anton, 9,985 votes (42.2%)
  • BC Green: Eric Kolotyluk, 1,826 votes (7.7%)
  • Libertarian: Hiroshi Hyde, 179 votes (.8%)
  • Your Political Party: Harpreet S. Bajwa, 174 votes (.7%)

This profile will continually be updated to reflect latest information, interviews and events in the campaign.

Find full B.C. 2020 provincial election coverage here.
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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.