Who won your riding? Danielle Smith and Rachel Notley both won their respective ridings handily, but many other races came down to the wire. The map above allows you to navigate every provincial riding and see the full results.
Global News compiled the campaign promises of both the UCP and NDP, and fact-checked dubious claims that emerged in the weeks leading up to election day.
The tool below shows how much of the popular vote the UCP, NDP and all other parties secured and how that has changed since 2019, when the UCP was victorious, claiming 54 per cent of the popular vote.
The UCP ousted the NDP in dramatic fashion in that election, claiming 63 seats in the legislature to the NDP’s 24, placing Jason Kenney as premier after a single term of Notley leading the province.
Below, you can review the closest races as well as the ridings where the incumbent was not re-elected.
Following the completion of vote tabulation, Global News has projected the UCP won 49 of the 87 seats, compared to 38 for the NDP.
Smith previously announced that, should the UCP candidate in Lacombe-Ponoka prove victorious, she would not be welcome in the caucus and would sit as an independent. Global News has projected that Jennifer Johnson did win the riding.