Dunderdale ‘honoured’ being elected province’s first female premier
- Premier Kathy Dunderdale victory speech at Delta in St. John's. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
- Premier Kathy Dunderdale in a media scrum after giving her victory speech. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
- Tory candidates, such as Paul Davis (left) who was re-elected, and John Noseworthy (right) who was defeated gather at Tory headquarters to await Leader Kathy Dunderdale. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
- Shawn Skinner watching poll results as they come in at the BIS in St. John's Centre. Tight race from results, but only a two-way with NDP. — Photo by Ashley Fitzpatrick/The Telegram
- From left, PC Leader Kathy Dunderdale, NDP Leader Lorraine Michael and Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward. — Telegram file photos
- NDP candidate George Murphy won in St. John's East.
- NDP candidate Gerry Rogers wins in St. John's Centre.
- NDP candidate Dale Kirby speaks to reporters after win in St. John's North.
- NDP Leader Lorraine Michael speaks to reporters about the NDP's strong showing in the election. — Photo by Andrew Robinson/The Telegram
- Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward arrives at his election night headquarters. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram
- Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward speaks to supporters following his election night defeat Tuesday. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram
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- - October 11, 2011 at 21:00:28
Not surprising to me a lot of PC victors were outgunned by the combination of their opponents. Hopefully some of 'em get the message and represent their constitutents rather than toeing the party line.