Wildrose candidate Bruce Rowe has been voted in as the Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA.Wildrose candidate Bruce Rowe received more than 10,000 votes as he became the Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA on Monday.
57% of the ballots in the constituency were cast in support of Rowe.
PC candidate Darcy Davis was 2nd with 37% of the votes.
Rowe talks about what he expected from the election.Download this audio or install Adobe Flash Player to use our player.
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