This page shows the results of leadership elections
in the Saskatchewan Liberal Party
, covering the period from 1905 to the present day. All leadership contests in the Saskatchewan Liberal Party have been determined by delegated conventions.
Liberal Leadership Convention, 1905
(Held on August 16, 1905.)
(Note: this convention was held a few weeks before Saskatchewan
was officially proclaimed as a Canadian
Walter Scott resigned as Premier
and party leader in 1916, and was replaced by William M. Martin
on October 20 of that year. Martin was selected by the Liberal parliamentary caucus; it is assumed that he was subsequently confirmed without opposition at a provincial Liberal convention.
Martin, in turn, resigned in 1922, and was replaced by Charles A. Dunning
on April 5 of that year. Dunning, like Martin, was chosen by caucus; it is also assumed that he was later confirmed without opposition by the party.
Liberal Leadership Convention, 1926
(Held on February 25, 1926.)
(Note: A.P. McNab
, S.J. Latta
and C.M. Hamilton
were also nominated at the convention, but all three withdrew to make the choice of Gardiner unanimous.)
Gardiner resigned as Premier and party leader in 1935 to enter the federal cabinet of W.L.M. King
. On October 31, 1935, William John Patterson
was the unanimous choice of the provincial Liberal council to take his before. It is assumed that... Read More