Liberal Carla Qualtrough has been re-elected in Delta in the 2021 federal election, Global News projects.
With 160 of 181 polls reporting as of 10:40 p.m., Quatrough held 42.7 per cent of the vote, ahead of Conservative Garry Shearer’s 32.2 per cent.
The NDP’s Dean Monika was in third.
Qualtrough turned what had been mostly a Conservative riding to a Liberal one in 2015, and has held on ever since.
The three-time Paralympic medalist and current Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion won in Delta in 2019 with 41.2 per cent of the vote.
In that contest, Conservatives’ Tanya Corbet came in second, collecting 33 per cent of ballots. NDP candidate Randy Anderson-Fennell finished a distant third.
The riding comprises the City of Delta, along with the Tsawwassen Indian Reserve and Musqueam Indian Reserve No. 4.
Liberal Party: Carla Qualtrough (incumbent)
Conservative Party: Garry Shearer
NDP: Monika Dean
Green Party: Jeremy Smith
People’s Party of Canada: Paul Tarasenko
Independent: Hong Yan Pan
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