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EDMONTON -- Alberta turned orange on election day.
Voters championed a change in government on Tuesday, handing the Alberta NDP the keys to the province in a historic election that brought a swift and decisive end to the Progressive Conservative party's 44-year dynasty.
The NDP won in 53 ridings, followed by the Wildrose returning to Official Opposition with 21 seats. The PCs were decimated, losing several high-profile cabinet ministers and only returning with 10 seats. The Liberals captured one seat, as did the upstart Alberta Party.
originally posted by: Unity_99
The only party I've ever voted is NDP. However, don't vote at this point and have to wonder, what changes are in store, will it be Canadian style, Nordic style Equality and Freedom that the NDP traditionally stood for, or is it going to the the NWO version?
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: intrepid
originally posted by: damwel
Exactly how is this "socialism"? Did you just use socialism because you think it's a bad word?