In a race that pitted the Conservatives against the Liberals, the Conservatives lost more seats than the Liberals in 2015.

In 2016, the Liberals won a majority government for the first time since 1974.

And in 2017, they won a second majority government.

What do all these results mean for the 2019 federal election?

While there is no official election forecast, it appears that the Conservatives will win the most seats, and that the Liberals will be the least likely to form a minority government.

But how could the results affect the 2019 election?

The next federal election is scheduled for 2019.

How are the 2019 results affected?

While the outcome of the 2019 vote could affect the 2018 federal election, it won’t affect the 2017 election.

The 2017 election was also a hung parliament, meaning there was no minority government after the 2015 election.

And, of course, the 2017 results also haven’t been finalized yet.

What happens next?

The 2019 election will be a new, high-stakes political event.

If the Liberals are re-elected, they will have a majority in the House of Commons, which means they will be able to push through any legislation.

The Liberals also won the majority in 2016, but the Conservatives won a minority Parliament for the second time in seven years.

In 2018, the Tories won a plurality of seats, but were eliminated in the election.

In 2017, the party won a total of 51 seats in the Commons, but they lost the majority government in the 2016 election.

So while the Conservatives have the most MPs, the Liberal Party is still likely to retain a majority, even with a new majority government that is more likely to favour the Liberals.