Langley election night result

Digital Data Desk
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VANCOUVER — Langley election results as of Oct. 24, 2020 at 11:19 p.m.:

Andrew Mercier of the NDP has been elected as the new MLA in Langley, a riding previously held by the BC Liberal Party. Mercier won 6,460 out of 14,475 counted votes (44.63 per cent) with 90 of 92 polls reporting.

Mary Polak of the BC Liberal Party won 5,040 votes (34.82 per cent). Bill Masse of the Green party won 1,583 votes (10.94 per cent). Shelly Jan of the Conservative party won 1,392 votes (9.62 per cent).

As of 11:19 p.m., The Canadian Press is projecting the BC NDP has won a majority government. The party has won or is leading in 55 of 87 seats. The BC Liberal Party has won or is leading in 29, and the BC Green Party has won or is leading in three seats.

As of Oct. 23, 8,944 vote-by-mail packages had been issued to registered voters in the riding. There are a total of 40,077 registered voters in Langley.

Provincewide, 724,279 mail-in ballots have been sent out, and there are 3,485,858 registered voters.

Mail-in ballots will be counted by hand, starting in 13 days.

Full results as of 11:19 p.m.:

1. Andrew Mercier - NDP

Votes: 6,460 votes (44.63 per cent)

2. Mary Polak (incumbent) - BC Liberal Party

Votes: 5,040 votes (34.82 per cent)

3. Bill Masse - Green party

Votes: 1,583 votes (10.94 per cent)

4. Shelly Jan - Conservative party

Votes: 1,392 votes (9.62 per cent)

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 24, 2020, and was generated automatically.

Digital Data Desk, The Canadian Press