Quebec Liberal Party leadership elections

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Note: Before 1938, the leaders of the Quebec Liberal Party were chosen by the party caucus.

1938 leadership convention[edit]

(Held June 11, 1938)

Télesphore-Damien Bouchard and Édouard Lacroix withdrew before balloting.[1]

1950 leadership convention[edit]

(Held May 20, 1950)

George Carlyle Marler declined nomination; Horace Phillipon, Jean-Marie Nadeau withdrew before balloting.[2]

1958 leadership convention[edit]

(Held May 31, 1958)[3]

1970 leadership convention[edit]

(Held January 17, 1970)[4]

1978 leadership convention[edit]

(Held April 15, 1978)[5]

1983 leadership convention[edit]

(Held October 15, 1983)[6]

1993 leadership convention[edit]

(Held December 14, 1993)

1998 leadership convention[edit]

(Held April 30, 1998)

2013 leadership convention[edit]

(Held March 17, 2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ M. N. Negru (June 13, 1938). "Godbout Re-named Liberal Head; Lacroix Says Convention Packed". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  2. ^ Abel Vineberg (May 22, 1950). "Lapalme Is Unanimous Selection As Chief of Quebec Liberal Party". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  3. ^ Wilbur Arkison (June 2, 1958). "Lesage Chosen Quebec Liberal Leader: Ex-Federal Minister Wins Landslide Victory". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  4. ^ Hal Winter (January 19, 1970). "Bourassa Sweeps First Ballot". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  5. ^ Claude Arpin (April 17, 1978). "Ryan to PQ: I'm Set to Fight". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  6. ^ Anthony Wilson-Smith (October 17, 1983). "Stop Killing Economy, Bourassa Tells PQ". Montreal Gazette. p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2012.