|MLA for Delta South|
|Preceded by||Val Roddick|
Political career 
Huntington ran in the 2009 general election. She finished a close second in initial results on election night, with opponent Wally Oppal leading by a margin of just two votes over Huntington. On May 26, 2009, the recount revealed that Huntington had defeated Oppal by 32 votes. The result in Delta South was subject to an automatic judicial recount because the margin of victory was fewer than one-500th of all votes cast. Huntington won the judicial recount to become the first independent MLA elected to the B.C. provincial legislature since the general election of 1949.
Huntington's father Ron Huntington was elected to the Canadian House of Commons three times as a Progressive Conservative, in 1974, 1979, and 1980, representing the electoral district of Capilano on metro Vancouver's north shore. In 1979, he served as minister of state for small business in the government of Joe Clark.
- "Oppal clinging to a two-vote lead". The Globe and Mail, May 13, 2009.
- "Huntington defeats Oppal in B.C. election recount". cbc.ca, May 26, 2009.
- "Delta South's Vicki Huntington is sole Independent elected". CBC News, May 14, 203.
- "September 3, 2009". Parliamentary Debates (Hansard) (Legislative Assembly of British Columbia): 251. September 3, 2009