May 14, 2013 - 9:12 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
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Jessica Wallace was at the Rockn Firkin Pub in North Kamloops with Kamloops North Thompson candidate Kathy Kendall live tweeting results from the North Thompson. Jennifer Stahn covered the South Thompson as well as the winners - Terry Lake and Todd Stone.
Stories to follow.
LAST QUESTION: WILL CHRISTY CLARK WIN HER OWN SEAT?
NDP leader Adrian Dix congratulates Christy Clark and presents his concession speech.
Liberal candidates elected in both Kamloops ridings
Kamloops predicted it - two Liberals elected in the Tournament Capital and a Liberal majority government announced in the province.
With 96 of the 155 ballot boxes reported in Kamloops-South Thompson, Liberal candidate Todd Stone has 58 per cent of the votes (9,898) followed by NDP candidate Tom Friedman who followed with 34 per cent of the votes (5,827).
In Kamloops-North Thompson, BC Liberal Party candidate Terry Lake has 52 per cent of the votes (5,693) and Kathy Kendall behind with 39 per cent of the votes (4,303).
Kendall and Friedman have conceded as Lake and Stone celebrate at Hotel 540.
LIBERALS TO TAKE MAJORITY GOVERNMENT: DECLARED BY CBC NEWS
More than 90 polls have reported, more than 90 to go.
CBC News declares a Liberal government.
Christy Clark trailing in her own riding.
9:13 p.m. May 14, 2013
Liberal Terry Lake has a strong lead right now. He says he's very happy with the polls and the they way they're trending for himself and for the province.
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