Thomas Twining Keefler

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1882 Canadian federal election: Lunenburg
Thomas Twining Keefler
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Lunenburg
In office
Liberal Thomas T. Keefler 1,169
Conservative Charles Edwin Kaulbach 1,032
By-election on 10 October 1883

On election being declared void

Conservative Charles Edwin Kaulbach 1,991
Liberal Thomas Twining Keefler1,712

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