Canada Election 2019 - Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan federal election 2019 results will tell us what happened on Andrew Scheer’s home turf in the upcoming election.

Saskatchewan is first and foremost the land of Diefenbaker. Scheer, like John Diefenbaker, could be a Saskatchewanian prime minister, but he won’t get there without first doing well at home. This province may only have 14 seats, but the Conservatives are depending on winning most of them if they want to finish first.

Even in the heydey of Jean Chretien when the Progressive Conservatives wiped out and the Reform Party/Canadian Alliance looked for traction, the Liberals only won five seats here. It was a combination of the NDP and Reform/Alliance MPs making up the rest. With Liberal fortunes appearing to go backwards, not forwards, during 2019, they don’t have a lot of optimism here. This is not to say the Conservatives will run the table in Saskatchewan, but as one of only two provinces to remain blue in 2015, they need to keep it that way.

Will Saskatchewan remain Conservative blue in 2019 or will the NDP, and perhaps even the Liberals, make any inroads here?

Below you can view the statuses of the various federal ridings in Saskatchewan. We also gave you all the links you need in order to jump from one province’s results to another. We try to make this easy.

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Saskatchewan Federal Election 2019 Seat-by-Seat Predictions

Southern SK

Cypress Hills—Grasslands
David Anderson (CPC) – Not Seeking Re-Election
Prediction: CPC Hold
Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan
Tom Lukiwski (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Regina—Lewvan
Erin Weir (CCF) – Not Seeking Re-Election
Prediction: CPC GAIN from CCF
Regina—Qu’Appelle
Andrew Scheer (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Regina—Wascana
Ralph Goodale (Lib)
Prediction: Lib Hold
Souris—Moose Mountain
Robert Kitchen (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Yorkton—Melville
Cathay Wagantall (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold

Northern SK

Battlefords—Lloydminster
Rosemarie Falk (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek
Kelly Block (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
Georgina Jolibois (NDP)
Prediction: NDP Hold
Prince Albert
Randy Hoback (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Saskatoon—Grasswood
Kevin Waugh (CPC)
Prediction: CPC Hold
Saskatoon—University
Brad Trost (CPC) – Lost Renomination
Prediction: CPC Hold
Saskatoon West
Sheri Benson (NDP)
Prediction: NDP Hold

October 18, 2019 Saskatchewan Predictions Update

SK predicted seat totals: CPC 11, NDP 2, Lib 1.

Most of Andrew Scheer’s province will remain blue. We do not buy that Ralph Goodale is in trouble in Regina-Wascana. Rising NDP poll numbers should save them in Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River as well as Saskatoon West.

September 21, 2019 Saskatchewan Predictions Update

SK predicted seat totals: CPC 12, Lib 1, NDP 1.

We are holding steady in Saskatchewan, Andrew Scheer’s home province. The Liberals have Regina-Wascana on lock because of Ralph Goodale, but every other non-CPC MP is expendable. Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River is a potential NDP vs. Liberal race, but look for the Conservatives to again win at least 10 of the 14 ridings.

July 15, 2019 Saskatchewan Predictions Update

SK predicted seat totals: CPC 12, Lib 1, NDP 1.

Andrew Scheer at the top of of the Conservative Party will help the hometown vote, with the CPC gaining two seats. Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River could also be a close call for the NDP, should they hold it. Wascana is the only non-CPC seat certain to be held.

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