Guelphian general election, 1910

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1910 General Election
Guelphia
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All 79 seats to the House of Assembly
40 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 79.54

  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Henry Chaytor Cyril Percy Alfred Wilson
Party Liberal Party Conservative Party Labour Party
Leader since 1908 1904 1905
Seats won 36 36 5
Seat change Decrease 9 Increase 4 Increase 3

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Composition of the House of Assembly chamber after the election. Colours denote the winning party, as shown in the main table of results

Prime Minister before election

Henry Chaytor
Liberal Party

Elected Prime Minister

Henry Chaytor
Liberal Party

The Guelphian general election of 1910 was held on Thursday, 1 September 1910. The Liberals led by Henry Chaytor are narrowly returned to power in a minority government and were forced to rely on the more radical Labour Party to govern. The Conservatives led by Cyril Percy secure 36 seats.

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