ⓘ Canadian federal election results in Southern Saskatchewan

                                     

ⓘ Canadian federal election results in Southern Saskatchewan

Southern Saskatchewan typically produces an extreme urban-rural split, although it has been masked by the Conservatives near-sweep of the region from 2004 to 2011. The ridings that are entirely rural e.g. Souris-Moose Mountain and Yorkton-Melville are almost as conservative as ridings in rural Alberta, and are even more so now with issues like same-sex marriage being highly unpopular. The urban areas of Regina and Moose Jaw are traditionally more supportive of the New Democratic Party, but they were wiped out in three-way races in 2004, and were unable to recover in 2006 or 2008. The Liberals also has some support in Regina, but it really only translates into one seat - that of local born and raised veteran politician, former Finance Minister, former Public Safety Minister and former Liberal deputy leader Ralph Goodale. Like Saskatoon, Regina has double the population of a typical Canadian urban riding. However, until 2015 the surrounding areas were thought to be too thinly populated for ridings of their own. As a result, for almost two decades Reginas four federal ridings included large blocks of rural territory. The rural presence in the Regina area ridings largely neutralized the NDP and Liberal blocs after the end of vote-splitting on the right in 2004.

Redistribution 2015, Regina now shares between the three drive one of the hybrid urban-rural riding and two are located almost entirely within the city limits. Mirror the split in the city as a whole, each major party took one seat, with the NDP winning a place for the first time since 2000. In 2019, however, the whole province was thrown dramatically to support the leader of the conservatives Andrew Shear, who holds a hybrid urban-rural seat of Regina - QuAppelle. Tori covered the entire area in the process to unseat Prairie high profile Minister Goodale. This left Regina is not the center-left deputies for the first time since 1965.

                                     
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