Quebec Liberal Party leadership elections

Note: Before 1938, the leaders of the Quebec Liberal Party were chosen by the party caucus.

1938 leadership conventionEdit

(Held June 11, 1938)

Télesphore-Damien Bouchard and Édouard Lacroix withdrew before balloting.[1]

1950 leadership conventionEdit

(Held May 20, 1950)

George Carlyle Marler declined nomination; Horace Phillipon, Jean-Marie Nadeau withdrew before balloting.[2]

1958 leadership conventionEdit

(Held May 31, 1958)[3]

1970 leadership conventionEdit

(Held January 17, 1970)[4]

1978 leadership conventionEdit

(Held April 15, 1978)[5]

1983 leadership conventionEdit

(Held October 15, 1983)[6]

1993 leadership conventionEdit

(Held December 14, 1993)

1998 leadership conventionEdit

(Held April 30, 1998)

2013 leadership conventionEdit

(Held March 17, 2013)

2020 leadership conventionEdit

Couillard resigned as Liberal leader on October 4, 2018, following his government's defeat in the 2018 provincial election. The leadership election will be held in the spring of 2020.[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ M. N. Negru (June 13, 1938). "Godbout Re-named Liberal Head; Lacroix Says Convention Packed". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
  2. ^ Abel Vineberg (May 22, 1950). "Lapalme Is Unanimous Selection As Chief of Quebec Liberal Party". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
  3. ^ Wilbur Arkison (June 2, 1958). "Lesage Chosen Quebec Liberal Leader: Ex-Federal Minister Wins Landslide Victory". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
  4. ^ Hal Winter (January 19, 1970). "Bourassa Sweeps First Ballot". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
  5. ^ Claude Arpin (April 17, 1978). "Ryan to PQ: I'm Set to Fight". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
  6. ^ Anthony Wilson-Smith (October 17, 1983). "Stop Killing Economy, Bourassa Tells PQ". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
  7. ^ Radio-Canada (June 26, 2019). "Dominique Anglade candidate à la direction du Parti libéral du Québec". Radio-Canada (in French). Retrieved July 8, 2019.