Canada election results: Vancouver Kingsway

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Global News is projecting that NDP candidate Don Davies has been re-elected in the riding of Vancouver Kingsway.

With 163 of 165 polls reporting as of 11:15 p.m., Davies had garnered 51.7 per cent of the ballot.

Davies was well ahead of the Liberal candidate, Virginia Bremner, at 27.7 per cent. Next was Conservative candidate Carson Binda at 13.8 per cent.

Davies has represented the riding since 2008, and will be returning to Ottawa for a fifth term.

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Vancouver Kingsway is one of six federal ridings that cover the City of Vancouver, running west to east from Main Street to Boundary Road.

In 2019, Davies won a fourth consecutive term with 48.9 per cent of the vote, besting Liberal candidate and former television broadcaster Tamara Taggart and Conservative hopeful Helen Quan.

Before Davies’ run launched in 2008, the Liberals had ruled the seat in four straight elections, starting in 1997.

Candidates

Liberal Party: Virginia Bremner

Conservative Party: Carson Binda

NDP: Don Davies (incumbent)

Green Party: Farrukh Chishtie

People’s Party of Canada: Jeremy MacKenzie

Communist Party of Canada: Kimball Cariou

Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada: Donna Petersen

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