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Alberta Provincial Election 2019

  Election Polls

Results of the latest election opinion polls. more…

Date ABP LIB NDP PC WR
2017-02-10 5 5 23 29 38
2016-12-05 2 5 27 27 34
2016-11-20 3 4 31 24 35
2016-11-01 2 14 14 39 25
2016-10-08 3.5 9.4 19.7 38.4 25.7
2016-07-12 1 11 26 22 35

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  Election Day

Alberta’s next provincial election will be held between March 1 and May 31, 2019. The next Alberta election will be the 30th provincial election in history.

  Fixed Election Date

Provincial election dates are fixed in Alberta. Voters go to the polls between March 1 and May 31 every 4 years. If a fixed election date overlaps with the date of a federal election, the provincial election will be moved. The Premier, nevertheless, can trigger an early election by advising that the legislature be dissolved at any time prior to the fixed election date. In a minority government situation, an early election may be called in the event of a vote of non-confidence.

  Voting/Employment

For all questions regarding voting, polling stations, or employment during provincial elections, please contact Elections Alberta.

  Related Posts

Click here to read more posts related to provincial elections in Alberta.

  2015 Alberta Provincial Election

On May 5, 2015, the New Democratic Party led by Rachel Notley won a majority government.

Seat Count

44 of 87 seats required for majority.

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21

10

1

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Popular Vote Results (%)

40.59
27.77
24.22
4.18
2.28
0.41
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  Election History

Seat Count Results

Seat count results in provincial elections.

Popular Vote Results

Popular vote percentages in provincial elections.

Premiers of Alberta

List of the province’s former leaders.

Political Party Leaders

List of former political party leaders.

  Provincial Politics

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Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta

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