1900 Quebec general election

The 1900 Quebec general election was held on December 7, 1900, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Quebec, Canada. The incumbent Quebec Liberal Party, led by Simon-Napoléon Parent, was re-elected, defeating the Quebec Conservative Party, led by Edmund James Flynn.

1900 Quebec general election

← 1897 December 7, 1900 1904 →

74 seats in the 10th Legislative Assembly of Quebec
38 seats were needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Simon-Napoléon Parent.png Edmund James Flynn.jpg
Leader Simon-Napoléon Parent Edmund James Flynn
Party Liberal Conservative
Leader since 1900 1896
Leader's seat Saint-Sauveur Gaspé
Last election 51 seats, 53.28% 23 seats, 43.82%
Seats won 67 7
Seat change Increase16 Decrease16
Popular vote 54,957 43,277
Percentage 53.15% 41.85%
Swing Decrease0.13pp Decrease1.97pp

Premier before election

Simon-Napoléon Parent
Liberal

Premier after election

Simon-Napoléon Parent
Liberal

ResultsEdit

Party Party leader # of
candidates
Seats Popular Vote
1897 Elected % Change # % % Change
Liberal Simon-Napoléon Parent   51 67 +31.4% 54,957 53.15% -0.13%
Conservative Edmund James Flynn   23 7 -69.6% 43,277 41.85% -1.97%
  Other   - - - 5,168 5.00% +2.1%
Total   74 74 -% 103,402 100%  
Popular vote
PLQ
53.15%
PCQ
41.85%
Others
5.00%
Seats summary
PLQ
90.54%
PCQ
9.46%

See alsoEdit