Saskatchewan general election, 1921
63 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
32 seats needed for a majority
The Saskatchewan general election of 1921 was the fifth provincial election held in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It was held on June 9, 1921 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.
It appears that many Conservatives ran as independents or Independent Conservatives. These two groups won over 29% of the vote, and voters elected a total of eight Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) under these banners.
|Party||Party Leader||# of
|1917||Elected||% Change||Votes||%||% Change|
|Liberal||William M. Martin||60||51||45||-11.77%||92,983||51.39%||-5.29%|
|Labour||William G. Baker
|Independent Nonpartisan League||1||*||–||*||1,400||0.77%||*|
|Soldiers' vote (Province at large)||0||3||-||-3000%||-||-||-6.77%|
|Source: Elections Saskatchewan|
Note: * Party did not nominate candidates in previous election.
Members of the Legislative Assembly elected
For complete electoral history, see individual districts
August 9, 1921
Note:George Langley was acclaimed on August 9, 1921 as no other candidate stepped forward during the election.
- Saskatchewan Archives Board – Election Results By Electoral Division
- Elections Saskatchewan - Provincial Vote Summaries