George Hahn (politician)

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George Hahn
George Hahn.jpg
Member of Parliament
for New Westminster
In office
August 1953 – March 1958
Preceded by William Malcolm Mott
Succeeded by William McLennan
Personal details
Born Frederick George Hahn
(1911-11-03)3 November 1911
Killaly, Saskatchewan
Died 5 February 1963(1963-02-05) (aged 51)[1]
Penticton, British Columbia
Political party Social Credit
Profession business executive, merchant, principal, teacher

Frederick George Jacob Hahn (3 November 1911 – 5 February 1963) was a Social Credit party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Killaly, Saskatchewan and became a business executive, merchant, principal and teacher by career.

He was first elected at the New Westminster riding in the 1953 general election. He was re-elected there for a second and final term in the 1957 election.[2] In 1958, Hahn was defeated by William McLennan of the Progressive Conservative party.

Hahn ran to succeed Solon Low at the 1961 Social Credit leadership convention but came in third. A few weeks prior to the convention, he unsuccessfully campaigned for another Parliament seat in a 29 May 1961 by-election at Esquimalt—Saanich. He placed fourth with 19% of the vote. He subsequently ran unsuccessfully in the 1962 election at Vancouver Centre.


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  2. ^ "Complete Official Results of the June 10, 1957, General Election in Canada". The Globe and Mail. 29 March 1958. p. 9.  Results listed as George Hahn.

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