Exactly one month remains in the campaign to replace John Kerry/Mo Cowan in the United States Senate, and Rep. Ed Markey (D) enters that last month in the lead in the 2013 Massachusetts Senate race.
Full election results in all 85 ridings will be added on the British Columbia Election 2013 page after they are finalized; election maps will be uploaded once all seats are declared.
In one of the most shocking reversals of fortune in Canadian political history, the British Columbia Liberal Party has beaten the odds and won the 2013 provincial election on Tuesday night. The Liberals trailed the opposition New Democratic Party in the polls by substantial margins at the start of the election campaign, and in the mid to high single-digits even this morning.
Voters in British Columbia will head to the polls today to elect a new government, and if the opinion polls are correct, then the New Democratic Party will return to power after 12 years in opposition.
CBC News has projected that Yvonne Jones will win the federal by-election in Labrador, NL, retaking the seat for the Liberal Party from the Conservatives.
Former South Carolina governor and congressman Mark Sanford (R) has been declared the winner of the 1st District special election on Tuesday night.
The special election to fill the 1st Congressional District of South Carolina is taking place today; results will come in shortly.
Visit Dead Heat’s British Columbia 2013 page.
The election in British Columbia is less than two weeks away, but with the campaign racing towards the finish line, two new polls indicate that the governing BC Liberal Party is making a run at a fourth term in power.
Congressman Ed Markey (D) and former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez (R) have won their respective primaries in the 2013 Massachusetts US Senate special election on Tuesday night. The two will face off in the June election.
The primary election in the Massachusetts US Senate special election is being held today; polls close at 8pm Eastern.
The Democratic race to replace John Kerry has two congressmen: Ed Markey and Stephen Lynch. On the Republican side, there are three contenders: Gabriel Gomez, Mike Sullivan, and Daniel Winslow.
The most recent polling on the Democrats’ side indicates that Markey has the inside track. Less than two weeks ago, Western New England University showed Markey ahead by 10%, 44-34. That same poll had Gomez leading the Republican primary with 33%; Sullivan got 27% and Winslow trailed at 9%.
In a hypothetical matchup of those two leading candidates, WNEU revealed that Markey would lead by 15%, 51-36.
Dead Heat’s election almanac’s pages on the 2013 British Columbia provincial election are now open for business. To see an election overview and visit pages for all 85 ridings up for grabs, visit this page.
The main election page features a live BC election Twitter feed from the Vancouver Sun, as well as voter information and links to data on all ridings. After May 14, it will be updated with election results.