Christy Clark attracted more than 60 percent of the points in 14 B.C. Liberal constituencies
The B.C. Liberals have released the results of the third count of the leadership vote on a constituency-by-constuency basis.
It shows that the winner, Christy Clark, racked up more than 60 percent of the points in 14 of the province's 85 constituencies.
The second-place finisher, Kevin Falcon, won more than 60 percent of the points in nine constituencies.
Here are where Clark's best percentages came from: Vancouver-Fraserview (70.1 percent), Alberni-Pacific Rim (68.8 percent), North Coast (68.3 percent), Saanich South (67 percent), New Westminster (65.2 percent), Surrey-Newton (65 percent), Boundary-Similkameen (64.7 percent), Vancouver-Kensington (64.6 percent), North Island (63.9 percent), Vancouver-Kingsway (63.4 percent), Victoria-Swan Lake (61 percent), Kootenay West (60.3 percent), Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows (60.2 percent), Skeena (60.1 percent).
Clark also demonstrated strength in Burnaby, winning all four constituencies handily, as well as in Delta where she easily won both contests, and on Vancouver Island outside of Victoria-Beacon Hill and Oak Bay-Gordon Head. She also took five Surrey constituencies.
Falcon's best percentages came in the following constituencies: Columbia River-Revelstoke (75.3 percent), Shuswap (70.2 percent), Chilliwack (66.2 percent), Surrey-Cloverdale (63.5 percent), Prince George-Valemont (63.5 percent), Peace River North (63 percent), Prince George-Mackenzie (62.6 percent), Vancouver-Quilchena (62.3 percent), West Vancouver-Capilano (61.3 percent).