2019 Alberta general election
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Parties[change | change source]
These are the major parties in Alberta.
- Alberta New Democratic Party; led by Rachel Notley and currently has the most seats in the Legislative Assembly.
- United Conservative Party; lead by Jason Kenney; merger of the Wildrose Party and the Progressive Conservative Association.
- Alberta Party; led by Stephen Mandel.
- Alberta Liberal Party; led by David Khan.
- Freedom Conservative Party; led by Derek Fildebrandt.
Opinion polls[change | change source]
Below is the 3-day average of opinion polls towards the election.
Results[change | change source]
|Parties||Popular vote||Total seats|
|United Conservative Party||1,040,004||54.9%||2.9%||63||38||72.4%|
|Alberta New Democratic Party||619,147||32.7%||8.0%||24||28||27.6%|
|Alberta Liberal Party||18,546||1.0%||3.2%||0||1||0.0%|
|Freedom Conservative Party||9,945||0.5%||New||0||New||0.0%|
|Communist Party – Alberta||302||0.0%||0||0.0%|
By region[change | change source]
|Region results in %||United||NDP||Alberta||Liberal||FCP||Green||others|
References[change | change source]
- "Alberta political leaders fuel early provincial election speculation". CBC News. December 7, 2018. Retrieved January 11, 2019.
- "Wildrose-PC members to vote on new united party July 22". edmontonjournal.com. 19 May 2017. Retrieved 3 April 2018.
- Elections Alberta (April 26, 2019). "Provincial Results". Retrieved April 26, 2019.