1907 Manitoba general election

Summary

The 1907 Manitoba general election was held on March 7, 1907 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Manitoba, Canada.[1][2]

The result was a third consecutive majority government for the Conservative Party of Manitoba, led by premier Rodmond Roblin. Roblin's electoral machine won 28 seats, against 13 for the opposition Manitoba Liberal Party under new leader Edward Brown.

ResultsEdit

Party Party Leader # of
candidates
Seats Popular Vote
1903 Elected % Change # % % Change
  Conservative Rodmond Roblin   32 28   31067 50.57  
  Liberal Edward Brown   8 13   29426 47.90  
  Labour   0 0   939 1.53  
Total   40 41     100%  
Popular vote
Conservative
50.57%
Liberal
47.90%
Others
1.53%
Seats summary
Conservative
68.29%
Liberal
31.71%

Constituency resultsEdit

Arthur:

Assiniboia:

Avondale:

Beautiful Plains:

Birtle:

Brandon City:

Carillon:

Cypress:

Dauphin:

Deloraine:

Dufferin:

Emerson:

Gilbert Plains:

Gimli:

Gladstone:

Hamiota:

Kildonan and St. Andrews:

Killarney:

Lakeside:

Lansdowne:

La Verendrye:

Manitou:

Minnedosa:

Morden:

Morris:

Mountain:

Norfolk:

Portage la Prairie:

Rhineland:

Rockwood:

Russell:

St. Boniface:

South Brandon:

Springfield:

Swan River:

Turtle Mountain:

Virden:

Winnipeg Centre:

Winnipeg North:

Winnipeg South:

Winnipeg West:

Post-election changesEdit

Beautiful Plains (James H. Howden appointed to cabinet, March 16, 1907), March 26, 1907:

Brandon City (Stanley McInnis appointed to cabinet, June 26, 1907), July 16, 1907:

Brandon City (dec. Stanley McInnis, November 4, 1907), November 25, 1907:

Gilbert Plains (res. Glenlyon Campbell, 1908), November 17, 1908:

Portage la Prairie (Hugh Armstrong to cabinet, November 19, 1908), November 30, 1908:

Virden (dec. John Agnew, November 9, 1908), January 9, 1909:

Birtle (res. Charles Mickle, 1909), November 27, 1909:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1907)". www.mhs.mb.ca. Retrieved 2022-05-05.
  2. ^ "Provincial General Elections". www.electionsmanitoba.ca. Retrieved 2022-05-05.

Further readingEdit

  • Hopkins, J. Castell (1908). The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs, 1907. Toronto: The Annual Review Publishing Company.