An election debrief: Shuswap

Black Press reporter Richard Rolke discusses election night in the Shuswap riding

It is the day after the election and the Shuswap riding is continuing on as a blue riding.

Constituents have re-elected their Liberal incumbent Greg Kyllo.

The digital team sat down with Black Press reporter Richard Rolke to discuss election night in the Shuswap riding.

It also stayed blue in the Vernon – Monashee riding were incumbent Eric Foster kept his seat.

Incumbents Norm Letnick, Steve Thompson and Christy Clark all earned back their seats in the three Central Okanagan ridings.

Keeping in the blue wave, the Penticton riding elected incumbent Dan Ashton.

Ashton will join fellow incumbent and colleague Linda Larson who took the Boundary – Similkameen Riding.

The majority of the Southern Interior re-elected its Liberal MLA incumbent.

For all of our election coverage, click here. 

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