Election 2015: By the numbers – how Langley voted

Victors in both Langley-Aldergrove and Cloverdale-Langley City took 45.5 per cent of the vote

  • Oct. 20, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Langley-Aldergrove

1. Conservative    Mark Warawa 27,343    45.5%

2. Liberal        Leon Jensen    21,905    36.5 %

3. NDP        Margot Sangster    7,664    12.8 %

4. Green Party     Simmi Dhillon    2,624    4.4 %

5. Libertarian     Lauren Southern    560    0.9 %

Voter Turnout: 73.46 per cent or 60,096 of 81,812 registered electors (does not include electors who registered on election day).

Cloverdale-Langley City

1. Liberal        John Aldag 24,599    45.5 %

2. Conservative    Dean Drysdale    18,816    34.8%

3. NDP        Rebecca Smith    8,426    15.6 %

4. Green Party    Scott Anderson    2,246    4.2  %

Voter Turnout: 70.2 per cent or 54,087 of 77,044 registered electors (does not include electors who registered on election day).

– source: Elections Canada

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