Election results: Red Liberal wave takes over Surrey and Delta

Former mayor Dianne Watts the only Conservative candidate to nab a seat as Liberals beat out several incumbents in the 2015 election

  • Oct. 20, 2015 8:00 p.m.

Liberals took all but one of the seats in Surrey this federal election.

CANADA — Liberals in Surrey and Delta rode the party’s national wave to victory in Monday night’s federal election, with five of the six ridings going red in the 2015 federal election.

Many of the local Liberals beat out incumbents.

Former Surrey mayor Dianne Watts was the only Conservative candidate to nab a seat.

 

The breakdown:

Surrey-Newton: Liberal Sukh Dhaliwal wins new riding, defeats NDP MP Jinny Sims

Delta: First-time politician earns nearly half of votes in new riding

Surrey Centre: Young lawyer defeats NDP incumbent Jasbir Sandhu

Fleetwood-Port Kells: Former TransLink spokesman victorious in formerly Conservative held riding

South Surrey-White Rock: Watts the only Conservative candidate to win in all of Surrey

Cloverdale-Langley City: Liberal John Aldag takes new riding

 

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