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NL VOTES: 2019 Newfoundland and Labrador general election roundup

Premier Dwight Ball is greeted by supporters in Corner Brook Thursday night. Ball’s Liberals slipped to minority government status after Thursday’s provincial election with 20 seats in the House of Assembly, 15 for the PCs, three for the NDP and two independents.
Premier Dwight Ball is greeted by supporters in Corner Brook Thursday night. Ball’s Liberals slipped to minority government status after Thursday’s provincial election with 20 seats in the House of Assembly, 15 for the PCs, three for the NDP and two independents. - David Maher

A collection of stories from SaltWire Network reporters throughout the province

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. —

A short, whirlwind of an election campaign came to a close on Thursday night with Dwight Ball's Liberals narrowly hanging on to power in the face of growing support for the province's Progressive Conservative and New Democratic parties.

In the aftermath of the polls closing and the ballots being counted, the SaltWire Network's team of reporters throughout Newfoundland and Labrador were busy visiting campaign offices and working the phones to bring you reaction from the winners, the losers and those who have an interest in the political future of the province.

Here we present a collection of our NL Votes stories in one handy, easy-to-access place.

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