Alberta

Seat Count

Vote Count

Results by Party


Political Party Seat Count Seat % Vote Count Vote %
Conservative Party of Canada 22 64.71% 65499 36.63%
New Democratic Party 12 35.29% 49046 27.43%
Liberal Party of Canada 0 0.00% 28890 16.16%
People's Party of Canada 0 0.00% 13343 7.46%
Green Party of Canada 0 0.00% 11194 6.26%
Maverick Party 0 0.00% 4258 2.38%
Parti Rhinocéros Party 0 0.00% 1154 0.65%
Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada 0 0.00% 977 0.55%
Independent 0 0.00% 892 0.50%
Christian Heritage Party of Canada 0 0.00% 819 0.46%
Communist Party of Canada 0 0.00% 753 0.42%
Libertarian Party of Canada 0 0.00% 675 0.38%
Veterans Coalition Party of Canada 0 0.00% 661 0.37%
No Affiliation 0 0.00% 381 0.21%
National Citizens Alliance of Canada 0 0.00% 198 0.11%
Centrist Party of Canada 0 0.00% 65 0.04%


Results by Riding


Riding
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Party Elected Registered Schools Returning Schools Valid Votes
Banff—Airdrie   Blake Richards (Conservative Party of Canada) 39 36 7,980
Battle River—Crowfoot   Damien Kurek (Conservative Party of Canada) 58 53 4,826
Bow River   Martin Shields (Conservative Party of Canada) 64 48 5,275
Calgary Centre   Greg McLean (Conservative Party of Canada) 38 33 3,996
Calgary Confederation   Gulshan Akter (New Democratic Party) 53 45 9,490
Calgary Forest Lawn   Keira Gunn (New Democratic Party) 34 29 4,823
Calgary Heritage   Bob Benzen (Conservative Party of Canada) 36 34 6,803
Calgary Midnapore   Stephanie Kusie (Conservative Party of Canada) 37 34 6,603
Calgary Nose Hill   Khalis Ahmed (New Democratic Party) 21 19 5,249
Calgary Rocky Ridge   Pat Kelly (Conservative Party of Canada) 21 18 3,508
Calgary Shepard   Tom Kmiec (Conservative Party of Canada) 27 21 4,561
Calgary Signal Hill   Ron Liepert (Conservative Party of Canada) 35 33 4,750
Calgary Skyview   Gurinder Singh Gill (New Democratic Party) 31 24 5,116
Edmonton Centre   Heather MacKenzie (New Democratic Party) 39 34 5,323
Edmonton Griesbach   Blake Desjarlais (New Democratic Party) 36 32 5,233
Edmonton Manning   Charmaine St. Germain (New Democratic Party) 23 22 2,967
Edmonton Mill Woods   Nigel Logan (New Democratic Party) 30 27 4,753
Edmonton Riverbend   Shawn Gray (New Democratic Party) 31 29 7,706
Edmonton Strathcona   Heather McPherson (New Democratic Party) 43 38 6,268
Edmonton West   Sandra Hunter (New Democratic Party) 35 30 5,384
Edmonton—Wetaskiwin   Mike Lake (Conservative Party of Canada) 51 41 6,215
Foothills   John Barlow (Conservative Party of Canada) 42 36 6,482
Fort McMurray—Cold Lake   Laila Goodridge (Conservative Party of Canada) 40 29 3,951
Grande Prairie—Mackenzie   Chris Warkentin (Conservative Party of Canada) 49 44 4,466
Lakeland   Shannon Stubbs (Conservative Party of Canada) 51 46 5,108
Lethbridge   Rachael Harder (Conservative Party of Canada) 37 31 4,928
Medicine Hat—Cardston—Warner   Glen Motz (Conservative Party of Canada) 54 45 5,130
Peace River—Westlock   Arnold Viersen (Conservative Party of Canada) 51 41 3,945
Red Deer—Lacombe   Blaine Calkins (Conservative Party of Canada) 48 44 5,596
Red Deer—Mountain View   Earl Dreeshen (Conservative Party of Canada) 26 22 3,425
Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan   Garnett Genuis (Conservative Party of Canada) 27 24 4,776
St. Albert—Edmonton   Kathleen Mpulubusi (New Democratic Party) 31 25 4,585
Sturgeon River—Parkland   Dane Lloyd (Conservative Party of Canada) 38 36 6,034
Yellowhead   Gerald Soroka (Conservative Party of Canada) 48 44 3,550