NI election: North Antrim complete - Sinn Fein's Philip McGuigan first elected in DUP heartland
Sinn Fein's Philip McGuigan has become the first person elected in North Antrim after topping the poll earlier.
After getting congratulatory hugs from party colleague Michelle O'Neill he said: "I never been hugged as much in my life"
He told the Belfast Telegraph: "This is traditionally a stronghold for Unionism but not only have Sinn Fein topped the poll, we were elected first."
He said it sent out a very clear signal to the DUP.
The UUP's Robin Swann retained his seat.
Jim Allister (TUV), Paul Frew (DUP) and Mervyn Storey (DUP) have been elected in North Antrim. Phillip Logan (DUP) has lost his seat.
North Antrim final result - 2 DUP, 1 SF, 1 UU, 1 TUV.
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