Results Summaries 1870 to 1995
Results summaries for general elections from 1870 to 1995 can be found here.
In reviewing historical election results, it is helpful to be aware of the legislation that existed at the time the elections were held. See a summary of legislative change in Manitoba.
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On election day, after the voting stations close, unofficial results are posted here as they come in from the returning office(s).
After verification by the returning officer, if plurality is 50 or greater, the candidate will be declared elected. If plurality is less than 50, a judicial recount will take place.
Plurality is the difference between the number of votes received by the candidate in the lead and the candidate in second place.
Final, official results are posted here after a candidate has been declared elected. Click on the relevant link for detailed information.