10:30 Update:

Thanks, everyone for tuning in to 730 CKDM and 730ckdm.com for tonight's election coverage. Once again to summarize in Dauphin, Brad Michaleski, the PC candidate has been re-elected. The other major ridings in our area saw the PC's win all of them. Rick Wowchuk in Swan River, Eileen Clarke in Aggasiz, Greg Nesbitt in Riding Mountain, and Derek Johnson in Interlake-Gimli.

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10:00 Update:

Taking a look at the popular vote for the provincial election, the PC’s have received 49.01 per cent of the vote, the NDP has 29.96 per cent of the vote, the Liberals have 14.18 per cent, the greens have 6.16 per cent, and .69 per cent of the vote has gone to other parties.

So far 309, 880 votes have been counted, province-wide.

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9:35 Update:

The Dauphin Constituency has been called, Brad Michaleski, the PC candidate has been re-elected.

The other major ridings in our area have been called with the PC's winning in all of them. Rick Wowchuk in Swan River, Eileen Clarke in Aggasiz, Greg Nesbitt in Riding Mountain, and Derek Johnson in Interlake-Gimli.

Brian Pallister has been re-elected as premier with a majority government and Wab Kinew has been re-elected in his riding.

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9:15 Update:

In Dauphin, PC candidate Brad Michaleski is leading the Darcy Scheller and the NDP by 337 votes after 26 out of 74 polling stations have been counted.

In Swan River, it has been called that Rick Wowchuk, with the PC’s, has been re-elected.

In Aggasiz, it has been called that Eileen Clarke, with the PC’s, has been re-elected.

In Riding Mountain, it has been called that Greg Nesbitt, with the PC’s, has been re-elected.

Finally, in Interlake-Gimli, it has been called that Derek Johnson, with the PC’s, has been re-elected.

Brian Pallister and the PC's are being projected to win with a majority government.

It has been called that Wab Kinew has won in his riding of Fort Rouge.

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8:55 Update:

In Dauphin, the NDP is leading the PC's by 134 votes after 10 polling stations have been counted.

In Swan River, 8 out of 70 polling stations have had their results counted and the PC leads the NDP by 156 votes.

In Aggasiz, it has been called that Eileen Clarke, with the PC’s, has won.

In Riding Mountain, it has been called that Greg Nesbitt, with the PC’s, has won.

Finally, in Interlake-Gimli, the PC leads the NDP by 4 votes after 1 polling station has been counted.

Brian Pallister and the PC's are being projected to win with a majority government.

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8:38 Update:

Polls are slowly updating, to start in Dauphin, the NDP is leading the PC's by 140 votes after 4 polling stations have been counted.

In Swan River, 3 out of 70 polling stations have had their results counted and the NDP leads the PC by 52 votes.

In Aggasiz, 2 out of 60 have been counted with the PC leading the NDP by 125 votes.

In Riding Mountain, 5 out of 81 have been counted with the PC leading the NDP by 88 votes.

Finally, in Interlake-Gimli, the NDP leads the PC's by 1 vote after 1 polling station has been counted.

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8:21 Update:

Josh Sigurdson is at the PC Headquarters in Dauphin. He spoke to MLA candidate Brad Michaleski about how he's feeling tonight.

"Feeling pretty good. We've had a very busy month, really a busy summer overall and we've been getting good feedback right across the constituency. But yeah, tonight feels pretty good."

Results are starting to trickle in, stay tuned for the latest updates on both 730 CKDM and this story.

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8:00 Update:

The polls have closed and we now await the results.

Stay tuned to 730 CKDM and this story where we'll have the most up to date information about the ridings that matter the most to you.

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7:30 Update:

We are now live on 730 CKDM with Alec Woolston and James Blake for live election night coverage.

For the most up to date information listen in, or refresh this story.

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Tonight at 7:30 tune in to 730 CKDM for live up to the minute election coverage of the provincial election with James Blake and Alec Woolston. Check back to this story for updates as they happen on all the ridings that matter to you. The local candidates are:

Dauphin:

Brad Michaleski – PC Party of Manitoba

Darcy Scheller – Manitoba NDP

Cathy Scofield-Singh – Manitoba Liberal Party

Swan River:

David Teffaine – Manitoba Liberal Party

Shelley Wiggins – Manitoba NDP

Rick Wowchuk – PC Party of Manitoba

Agassiz:

Hector Swanson – Manitoba Liberal Party

Kelly Lagaspi – Manitoba NDP

Eileen Clarke – PC Party of Manitoba

Liz Clayton – Green Party of Manitoba

Riding Mountain

Jordan Fleury – Manitoba Liberal Party

Wayne Chacun – Manitoba NDP

Greg Nesbitt – PC Party of Manitoba

Mary Lowe – Manitoba Green Party

Interlake-Gimli

Mary Lou Bourgeois – Manitoba Liberal Party

Sarah Pinsent – Manitoba NDP

Derek Johnson – PC Party of Manitoba

Dwight Harfield – Manitoba Green Party