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BC Election 2017

Who’s Winning? Check Out Tyee’s Election Map

Green surge? NDP takeover? More of the same? We’re tracking it live.

By Tyee Staff 9 May 2017 | TheTyee.ca

Who’s winning? Will there be four more years of Christy Clark? Is there a green surge? Is there a total shift in store for B.C.?

Check out the Tyee’s live count of ballot leaders for a quick overview who has won how many seats. You’ll find it on every one of our pages on our site — just look for the Live Ballot Leaders sidebar to the right of our stories.

Want more detail? See the live election map below. We’ll be updating our map as the results roll in. The riding colour is updated according to the current leading party.

Here you can check out whether the Kootenays are going Green, if Liberal mainstays are holding on to their ridings, and if the NDP have grabbed any unexpected seats.

Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments as the results roll in.

See complete poll riding data here.

Click or hover over a riding to see the latest count info.

Experience is optimized for desktops (sorry mobile).

Update: Live election results have concluded, but you can navigate the results in the Tyee's election map below.

Read more: BC Election 2017

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