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B.C. VOTES: Live election coverage

Christy Clark at her victory speech tonight.
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May 14, 2013 - 9:07 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"

10:32 p.m. LAST QUESTION: WILL CHRISTY CLARK WIN HER OWN SEAT?

10:22 p.m. Adrian Dix gives concession speech

9:45 p.m. Norm Letnick thanks people who took a risk in this election, people like Walter Gray

TEAM OKANAGAN LIBERALS RE-ELECTED

LIBERAL GOVERNMENT DECLARED
9:37 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

On Twitter: @CamilleLabchuk writes: "This is pretty nuts. The B.C. Orange wave turned out to be nothing more than a tiny ripple."

9:32 p.m. Christy Clark trailing in her own riding

LIBERALS LOOK GOOD EARLY

9:10 p.m. As polls start to roll in, it's lookign like the Liberals are making a much stronger showing in key ridings than expected.

8:30 p.m. Tish Lakes is confident they're gonna make government

NDP supporters gather early to watch results. All three Kelowna-area candidates are together at their team campaign office tonight.
NDP supporters gather early to watch results. All three Kelowna-area candidates are together at their team campaign office tonight.

But still to be seen what the numbers will look like.
Candidates say they have a strong service record and will work to accommodate everyone's interests if elected to this Liberal stronghold. Some younger supporters in the crowd: one girl in grade nine says she excited to see the outcome and appreciates NDP standing up for the environment by opposing end ridge pipeline, something she feels liberals not reliable for.

Three reelected officials get ready to celebrate
Three reelected officials get ready to celebrate

Ben Stewart making acceptance speech: says the liberal campaign was virtually flawless except for one little red light
Ben Stewart making acceptance speech: says the liberal campaign was virtually flawless except for one little red light

Norm Letnick glances over acceptance speech before going up
Norm Letnick glances over acceptance speech before going up

9:14 p.m. A look at numbers in Kelowna-Mission riding.
9:14 p.m. A look at numbers in Kelowna-Mission riding.

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