1926 Ontario general election

The 1926 Ontario general election was the 17th general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada. It was held on December 1, 1926, to elect the 112 Members of the 17th Legislative Assembly of Ontario ("MLAs").[1]

1926 Ontario general election

 1923 December 1, 1926 1929 

112 seats in the 17th Legislative Assembly of Ontario
57 seats were needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  LIB
Leader George Howard Ferguson W.E.N. Sinclair
Party Conservative Liberal
Leader since December 2, 1920 1923
Leader's seat Grenville Ontario South
Last election 75 14
Seats won 72 14
Seat change 3
Percentage 57.6% 17.2%
Swing 7.8% 4.1%

  Third party Fourth party
  UFO
Leader William Raney Leslie Oke
Party Progressive United Farmers
Leader since January 1925 -
Leader's seat Prince Edward Lambton East
Last election split from UFO 17
Seats won 10 3
Seat change 10 14
Percentage 6.3% 1.3%
Swing 19.8

Premier before election

George H. Ferguson
Conservative

Premier after election

George H. Ferguson
Conservative


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