May 14, 2013 - 8:53 PM
11:31 p.m. That wraps up our live coverage for tonight. Stay right here for candidate reactions and ongoing coverage.
11:12 p.m. CHRISTY CLARK: "WELL THAT WAS EASY."
11:04 p.m. CHRISTY CLARK TAKES STAGE IN VICTORY
11:02 p.m. DAVID EBY STILL LEADS BY 240 VOTES; ADVANCED POLLS NOT COUNTED YET
Huffington Post: "BC Election 2013 Polls Wrong, Pollsters Lambasted"
10:41 p.m. Dan Ashton has accepted victory. Cannings has yet to call to concede.
10:32 p.m. LAST QUESTION: WILL CHRISTY CLARK WIN HER OWN SEAT
10:22 p.m. Adrian Dix gives concession speech
10:12 p.m. CHRISTY CLARK STILL IN FIGHT IN OWN RIDING
10:04 p.m. GLOBAL NEWS DECLARES ASHTON VICTORY
9:56 p.m. CBC DECLARES A MAJORITY GOVERNMENT FOR LIBS
ASHTON STILL LEADING
LIBERALS ARE IN
9:38 p.m. CBC News declares a Liberal government.
GREENS ARE IN
9:34 p.m. Global News says Andrew Weaver makes history as first Green Party candidate elected in B.C.
9:31 p.m. Christy Clark trailing in her own riding
CANNINGS STILL WAITING
9:27 pm NDP Richard Cannings is not present with large crowd of supporters. He will appear once the results are in.
On Twitter, @CamilleLabchuk: "This is pretty nuts. The BC orange wave turned out to be nothing mor than a tiny ripple." #bcelxn13
LIBERALS LOOK GOOD EARLY
9:10 p.m. As polls start to roll in, it's looking like the Liberals are making a much stronger showing in key ridings than was expected.
ASHTON TAKES EARLY LEAD
8:39 p.m. Small crowd at Liberal candidate Dan Ashton's gathering at the Ramada Inn. Ashton leading with 384 votes, NDP Richard Cannings with 275.
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