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Federal Election 2021: Kootenay-Columbia Results

With only mail-in ballots left to count, Rob Morrison has won Kootenay-Columbia for the Conservatives in the 2021 Federal Election.

As of 8 a.m. on Tuesday, the Conservatives are ahead in Kootenay Columbia, holding 26,813 votes with 99.6% of the polls reporting.

According to Morrison’s campaign staff, there are 4,353 votes that were sent in by mail, with the Conservatives in the lead by a margin of 4,673.

Please note, these results are not final. Final results will not be available until mail-in ballots are certified and counted.

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That process does not begin until Tuesday, September 21st.

Elections Canada reports that the process may take two to five days.

An official winner will be declared once mail-in ballots are counted.

Results as of 8 a.m.:

  • Conservative Party – Rob Morrison (incumbent) – Votes: 26,813 – 43.8%
  • New Democratic Party – Wayne Stetski – Votes: 22,140 – 36.2%
  • Liberal Party – Robin Goldsbury – Votes: 5,474 – 9%
  • People’s Pary of Canada – Sarah Bennett – Votes: 4,316 – 7.1%
  • Green Party – Rana Nelson – Votes: 2,407 – 3.9%
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