Robert Rogers (Manitoba politician)

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1921 Canadian federal election: Lisgar
The Hon.
Robert Rogers
Robert Rogers.jpg
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Winnipeg
In office
1911–1917
PartyCandidateVotes
Progressive John Livingstone Brown 4,460
Conservative Robert Rogers 3,296

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References

  1. Arthur R. Ford, As the World Wags On (Toronto 1950), pg. 29.