1836 Newfoundland general election

The 1836 Newfoundland general election was held in 1836 in the Colony of Newfoundland. The results of the election were set aside by Henry John Boulton after he discovered some of the writs from the election had not been marked with the official seal. Some felt that this was a pretext used because Liberal reformers had dominated the assembly and a number who had been reelected in 1836 did not run for reelection the following year.

Results by partyEdit

  Party 1832 Seats won % change
  Liberal 5 11 +120%
  Conservative 10 4 -60%
Totals 15 15

Elected membersEdit

Notes:

  • Patrick Morris was elected in both Ferryland and St. John's

ReferencesEdit

  • Smallwood, Joseph R (1981). Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador. v. 1. ISBN 0-920508-14-6.