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Unofficial results on Tuesday’s provincial election were released by Elections Alberta Friday and shows a strong sweep by the United Conservative Party.
The United Conservatives will have one MLA in the capital city after unofficial results released Friday show Kaycee Madu won in Edmonton-South West.
Premier-designate Jason Kenney said he wishes Edmontonians had elected more United Conservative MLAs, but promised his government will serve all Albertans.
United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney will be the next premier of Alberta, as CTV News projects the conservatives will form a majority government.
When United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney jumped into provincial politics on July 6, 2016, his mission was to prevent what he called the “accidental” NDP from winning a second term.
In ceding premiership to designate and UCP Leader Jason Kenney, NDP Leader Rachel Notley promised to never stop fighting for Albertans as the future leader of the opposition.