The result was a second consecutive majority government for the Conservative Party of Manitoba, now led by Premier Rodmond Roblin. Roblin's electoral machine won a landslide thirty-two seats, while the opposition Manitoba Liberal Party under former premier Thomas Greenway won only eight. The Winnipeg Labour Party also contested two constituencies, winning none.
Although the parties' relative seat counts gave the impression of a major victory for Conservatives, the candidates of that party actually received less than half the votes, and only 2000 more votes (just four percent) than the Liberals. Proportionally to votes cast, of the Legislature's 40 seats, 20 should have gone to the Conservatives, 18 to Liberals and two seats to Labour and other "third party" candidates.
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