Sask Party re-elected for fourth straight majority government

NDP's 27.7 per cent of the vote the party's worst showing ever

October 26, 2020, 9:09 pm


Premier Scott Moe, who was in Moosomin just before the election call, has led the Saskatchewan Party to its fourth consecutive majority government.
shadow

The Saskatchewan Party will form its fourth straight majority government.

The Saskatchewan Party received 64.4 per cent of the vote compared to 27.7 per cent for the NDP, 2.6 per cent for the Greens and 4.7 per cent for the three other parties.

The 27.7 per cent of the vote the NDP received is the party's worst showing ever.

Steven Bonk of the Saskatchewan Party was easily re-elected in Moosomin with 77 per cent of the vote. The NDP was second with 17 per cent, and no other party broke four per cent.

Warren Kaeding of the Saskatchewan Party was easily re-elected in Melville-Saltcoats with 76 per cent of the vote. the NDP was second with 17 per cent, Trever Ratti of the PC Party was third with 5 per cent and the Green candidate received 1.9 per cent.

Daryl Harrison of the Saskatchewan Party was easily re-elected in Cannington with 72 per cent of the vote. Wes Smith of the Buffalo Party was second with 19 per cent of the vote. Dianne Twietmeyer of the NDP was third with 7.2 per cent, and Jaina Forrest of the Greens received 1.5 per cent.


shadow
shadow

shadow