Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba leadership elections

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The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba (previously known as the Conservative Party of Manitoba) has had several contested races to determine its leadership. These have all occurred by voting at delegated conventions. The results are listed below.

1919 Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on November 6, 1919)

(Note: The vote totals were not read into the record.)

1922 Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on April 5, 1922)

(Note: The results were not announced. R.G. Willis was nominated as a candidate, but declined.)

1936 Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on June 9, 1936)

1950 Progressive Conservative leadership challenge[edit]

(Held in October, 1950)

1954 Progressive Conservative leadership challenge[edit]

(Held on June 17, 1954)

First ballot:

Second ballot (Ross eliminated):

1967 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on November 25, 1967)

First ballot:

Second ballot (Johnson eliminated):

Third ballot (McLean eliminated):

1971 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on February 27, 1971)

1975 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on December 6, 1975)

1983 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on December 10, 1983)

First ballot:

Second ballot (Manness eliminated):

2000 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on November 4, 2000)

(Note: Darren Praznik had previously withdrawn.)

2006 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on April 29, 2006 by one member one vote) [1]

2012 Progressive Conservative leadership convention[edit]

(Held on July 30, 2012)