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Federal Election 2019: Kootenay-Columbia Results

This story will be updated with live results from the Kootenay-Columbia riding as polls report in both the East and West Kootenay.

Polls closed across the riding as of 8:00 pm as Wayne Stetski is the incumbent seeking re-election while Rob Morrison of the Conservatives, Robin Goldsbury for the Liberals and Abra Brynne for the Green Party appears to be the main challenges for Stetski’s seat in Ottawa.

Here are the live results:

    • Rob Morrison – Conservative – 29,893 (45.1%)
    • Wayne Stetski – New Democrat- 22,707 (34.2%)
    • Robin Goldsbury – Liberal – 6,033 (9.1%)
    • Abra Brynne – Green – 5,998 (9.0%)
    • Rick Stewart – People’s Party – 1,360 (2.0%)
    • Trev Miller – Animal Protection Party – 336 (0.5%)

Polls: 268/268 reporting

Voter Turnout: 72.37% – 66,327 of 91,652 registered electors

The Kootenay-Columbia riding has an estimated population of 112,354 including major communities such as Cranbrook, Kimberley, Nelson, Revelstoke, Golden, Fernie, Sparwood, Invermere, and Creston. 91,652 electors from the riding are eligible to vote in the 2019 federal election.

Stay tuned to 107.5 2dayFM in Cranbrook and Kimberley, 107.1 FM in Sparwood, 107.7 FM in Invermere and 107.9 FM in Fernie for live election coverage on-air throughout the evening.

Federal Election Results (170 needed for majority):

  • Liberal – 156 elected or leading (33.0%)
  • Conservative – 122 elected or leading (34.5%)
  • Bloc Québécois – 32 elected or leading (7.8%)
  • New Democratic – 24 elected or leading (15.9%)
  • Green – 3 elected or leading (6.4%)
  • Independent – 1 elected or leading (0.4%)
  • People’s Party – 0 elected or leading (1.6%)
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