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Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan leadership elections

This page shows the results of leadership elections in the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan, Canada, (known as the Conservative Party of Saskatchewan until the mid-1940s). The 1994 convention was determined by a "one member, one vote" system of balloting; all previous conventions were determined by delegated conventions.

1905 Provincial Rights leadership convention

(Held on August 23, 1905.)

1924 Conservative leadership convention

(Held on March 25, 1924.)

1936 Conservative leadership convention

(Held on October 28, 1936.)

1942 Conservative leadership convention

(Held on June 18, 1942.)

  • KEOWN H.E. elected
  • BURROWS, C.H.J.

(Note: The vote totals do not appear to have been announced.)

1944 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on February 15, 1944.)

1949 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on October 12, 1949.)

(Note: The vote totals were not announced, although Hamilton is believed to have won in a landslide.)

1958 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on October 28, 1958).

First ballot:

Second ballot:

1970 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on February 28, 1970.)

(Note: The vote totals were not released. 250 votes were cast, in total.)

1973 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on March 18, 1973.)

(Note: The vote totals were not released, and there were wildly conflicting unofficial reports as to the size of Collver's victory (ranging from 67% ballot support to a mere 16-vote difference). A total of 495 ballots were cast in total.)

1979 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on November 9, 1979.)

1994 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

(Held on November 21, 1994.)

See also

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