Nova Scotia general election, 1970
The 27th Nova Scotia general election was held on 13 October 1970 to elect members of the 50th House of Assembly of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada. It was won by the Liberal party. It is the only election in Nova Scotia's history in which the party who won the popular vote did not win the most seats.
|Party||Leader||1967||Seats won||% change||Popular vote||(%)|
|Progressive Conservative||George Isaac Smith||40||21||-48%||177,986||46.9%|
|New Democratic||Jeremy Akerman||0||2||N/A||25,259||6.7%|
- Government of Nova Scotia. "Summary Results from 1867 to 2011" (PDF). Elections Statistics. Elections Nova Scotia. Retrieved 2013-10-02.
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