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The 1912 Quebec general election was held on May 15, 1912, to elect members of the 13th Legislative Assembly of the Province of Quebec, Canada. The incumbent Quebec Liberal Party, led by Lomer Gouin, was re-elected, defeating the Quebec Conservative Party, led by Joseph-Mathias Tellier.
81 seats in the 13th Legislative Assembly of Quebec
41 seats were needed for a majority
Redistribution of ridingsEdit
An Act passed prior to the election increased the number of MLAs from 74 to 81 through the following changes:
|Abolished ridings||New ridings|
|Divisions of ridings|
|Creation of riding from parts of others|
|Reorganization of ridings|
|Party||Party leader||# of
|1908||Elected||% Change||#||%||% Change|
|Ligue nationaliste||Armand Lavergne||2||3||1||-66.7%||2,703||0,93%|
- Hopkins, J. Castell (1913). The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs, 1912. Toronto: The Annual Review Publishing Company.
- An Act to amend the law respecting representation in the Legislative Assembly, S.Q. 1912 (1st session), c. 9