1903 Manitoba general election

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The 1903 Manitoba general election was held on July 20, 1903 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Manitoba, Canada.

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.

Results

PartyParty Leader# of
candidates
SeatsPopular Vote
1899 Elected% Change#%% Change
     Conservative Rodmond Roblin 39 31 26,07448.98% 
     Liberal-Conservative Rodmond Roblin 1 1 8551.61% 
  Liberal Thomas Greenway 40 8 23,74044.60% 
     Labour 2 0 1,0131.90% 
  Prohibition 4 0 9551.79% 
 Independents3 0 5951.12% 
Total89 40 53,232100% 
Popular vote
Conservative
50.59%
Liberal
44.60%
Others
4.81%
Popular vote
Conservative
80.00%
Liberal
20.00%

Constituency Results

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:

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