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Southwest projected to go Conservative

Southwest looks blue
Adding to the blue map, southwest Saskatchewan is projected to go Conservative.

SOUTHWEST SASKATCHEWAN - As of 10:30 p.m. election night, Conservative Party candidate Fraser Tolmie was expected to win the Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan constituency.

At that time, Tolmie was being projected by The Canadian Press to win with 21,405 votes, compared with NDP candidate Talon Regent, with 6,478, in second place.

In Cypress Hills-Grasslands, Jeremy Patzer was projected to win with 23,086 votes, leaving second place Alex McPhee of the NDP was far behind at 3,243.