Newfoundland general election, 1919

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The 25th Newfoundland general election was held on 3 November 1919 to elect members of the 24th General Assembly of Newfoundland in the Dominion of Newfoundland. The Liberal Reform Party, an alliance between the Liberals led by Richard Squires and the Fishermen's Protective Union of William Coaker, formed the government. The People's Party, became the Liberal-Labour-Progressive party following the election and formed the opposition. Squires served as Newfoundland prime minister.

Seat totals[edit]

  Party Leader 1913 Seats won % change Popular vote (%)
     Liberal Reform Richard Squires 7[1] 24[2]
  Fishermen's Protective Union William Coaker 8
People's Sir Michael Cashin 21 12
Totals 36 36
  1. ^ As Liberals
  2. ^ 11 of the 24 which were Fishermen's Protective Union MHAs elected as Liberal Reform

Elected members[edit]

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