Monday, November 9, 2009

The results are...trickling in

So, the results are coming in and are - more or less - as expected.

  • Conservatives will re-take Bill Casey's riding in Nova Scotia. Mr. Casey, before becoming a GR rep for the Province of Nova Scotia several months ago, as an Independent. He had originally been elected as a Conservative but then decided to sit as an Independent over the failure of the government to honour the Atlantic Accord. This riding has a long, long history of being Tory, so things are back to normal.

  • Hochelaga stays with the Bloc. Raise your hand if you are surprised.

  • Montmagny-L'Islet-Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup is shaping up to be quite the contest. As I write this, Elections Canada has the Conservative ahead by 127 votes. This could be a long night. Oh, by the way, the Bloc has called in the police to investigate allegations of illegality.

  • In New Westminster--Coquitlam it's early days, but as of now the NDP are holding Dawn Black's former riding.

More to come...

1 comment:

  1. "the Block has called in the police to investigate allegations of illegality." lol surprise surprise...


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