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UCP's Dale Nally wins second term in Morinville-St. Albert in close race

Nally wins with 51 per cent
Budget Day Dale Nally

The UCP's Dale Nally took home 51 per cent of the vote with around 1,500 votes separating him and the NDP candidate in the riding. 

Nally was in a close race with the NDP's Karen Shaw, who served as a four-term candidate on Sturgeon County council, but came out on top with 11,872 votes. 

Nally pulled 51 per cent of the vote with Shaw bringing in 46 per cent of the vote. 

Wayne Rufiange of the Alberta Party earned 590 votes and Kurt Klingbeil locked in 230 votes. 

The local MLA's results mirrored his first campaign earning nearly the same percentage of the vote share his second time around.

During Nally's first election in 2019, he earned 13,435 votes (50 per cent) with NDP candidate Natalie Birnie bringing in 8,908 votes (33 per cent). The Alberta Party's Neil Korotash earned 3,963 votes in 2019, or 14 per cent. 

The Gazette will have more to come from Nally.

Jennifer Henderson

About the Author: Jennifer Henderson

Jennifer Henderson is the editor of the St. Albert Gazette and has been with Great West Media since 2015
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