Melfort - Todd Goudy Image credit-Scott Moe/Sask Party

Saskatchewan Party Candidates Take Resounding Wins in all Three By-elections.

(Last Updated On: March 2, 2018)

On March 1st, 2018 Saskatchewan Party candidate, Todd Goudy, won the provincial by-election for Melfort MLA. Todd cornered 78.5% of the vote with 3,270 votes. Lorne Schroeder (NDP) came second with 809 votes and Shawn Setyo followed up with 77 votes. 

Your new Saskatchewan Party MLAs:

Melfort – Todd Goudy

Kindersley – Ken Francis

Swift Current – Everett Hindley

Sask Party candidates in Kindersly and Swift Current also dominated with Ken Francis winning 88.1% with 3,339 votes in Kindersly and Everett Hindley winning the Swift Current seat by securing  3,776 votes, giving him 73.4% of the total votes.

Thank you to the voters in Kindersley, Melfort, and Swift Current for choosing three new, hard-working Saskatchewan Party MLAs to serve their constituencies.” Premier Scott Moe said in a Saskparty press release, “Ken Francis, Todd Goudy, and Everett Hindley will work hard to represent all the people of Kindersley, Melfort, and Swift Current. Their success tonight shows that people in Saskatchewan want our party to be the one that stands up for them in government.”

We are going to continue standing up for the people of this province, especially when it comes to opposing a carbon tax that is supported by the NDP and the federal government.

*Kindersley – A total of 55 ballot boxes are reported during Preliminary Count, comprised of 44 for regular polls, 7 for advance polls and 4 for mobile polls. No homebound voting applications were received, therefore there is no homebound poll. 2 additional polls (1 for absentee votes, and 1 for hospital/remand votes) will be added to the Final Count on March 13, for a total of 57 ballot boxes.

Melfort – A total of 58 ballot boxes are reported during Preliminary Count, comprised of 48 for regular polls, 4 for advance polls, 5 for mobile polls, and 1 for a homebound poll. Two additional polls (1 for absentee votes, and 1 for hospital/remand votes) will be added to the Final Count on March 13, for a total of 60 ballot boxes.

Swift Current – A total of 52 ballot boxes are reported during Preliminary Count, comprised of 43 for regular polls, 3 for advance polls, 5 for mobile polls, and 1 for a homebound poll. Two additional polls (1 for absentee votes, and 1 for hospital/remand votes) will be added to the Final Count on March 13, for a total of 54 ballot boxes.

 
**Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.

 

Post Author: Joanne Francis