New Democratic Party Wins Renewed Majority in Manitoba’s Provincial Vote

Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger was re-elected with a majority of seats in the Canadian prairie province’s legislature, extending the current New Democratic Party’s mandate to four terms, the CTV television network projected.

The New Democrats, who have been in power since 1999, were elected and leading in 35 of 57 districts, compared with 20 for the Progressive Conservative Party and 1 for the Liberal Party.

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