|Ontario electoral district|
|Defunct federal electoral district|
|Legislature||House of Commons|
|Census divisions||Kent County|
|Census subdivisions||Bothwell, Camden, Chatham Township, Dresden, Howard, Orford, Ridgetown, Thamesville, Wallaceburg, Zone|
Kent East was a federal electoral district (or riding) represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1904 to 1917. It was located in the province of Ontario. This riding was created in 1903 when Kent riding was divided into two ridings: Kent East and Kent West. It incorporated parts of Bothwell and Elgin West ridings.
The west riding consisted of the townships of Camden, Chatham, Howard, Orford and Zone, the towns of Bothwell, Dresden, Ridgetown and Wallaceburg, and the village of Thamesville.
The electoral district was abolished in 1914 when it was merged back into Kent riding.
|1904 Canadian federal election|
|Liberal||GORDON, David A.||2,848|
|Conservative||WILSON, Benjamin W.||2,476|
|1908 Canadian federal election|
|Liberal||GORDON, David A.||2,895|
|1911 Canadian federal election|
|Liberal||GORDON, David A.||2,604|
|Conservative||FRENCH, Harry James||2,321|