New Brunswick general election, 1866
The New Brunswick general election of 1866 was held in May and June 1866 to elect 41 members to the 21st New Brunswick Legislative Assembly. This was the 21st general election for the British colony of New Brunswick, but is considered the 1st general election for the Canadian province of New Brunswick as New Brunswick joined Canadian Confederation on July 1, 1867, during the life of the Legislative Assembly.
|New Brunswick general election, 1866|
|Government (confederationalists)||Peter Mitchell||41|
|Opposition (constitutionalists)||Albert James Smith||8|
- History of New Brunswick Provincial Election Campaigns and Platforms 1866-1974, CA Woodward (1976) ISBN 0-88892-400-3
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