Lillooet (electoral district)


Lillooet (electoral district)

The Lillooet electoral district was a riding (provincial constituency) in the Canadian province of British Columbia, centred on the town of the same name and with various boundaries. Originally with two members, the constituency was split into Lillooet West and Lillooet East in the 1894, 1898, and 1900 elections, with Lillooet West being recomprised as one riding (with only one member) in the 1903 election.

Political geography

The riding was one of the first created in British Columbia, and at the time the town of Lillooet was one of the largest in the province (it is now one of the smallest). It was originally a two-member riding. It was an essentially rural riding, spanning the southern Cariboo and the mountain country west of Lillooet and the northern part of the Fraser Canyon. It was succeeded by the Yale-Lillooet riding, which is still extant.

Members of the Legislative Assembly

*Thomas Basil Humphreys - 1871-1875
*Andrew Thomas Jamieson - 1871-1875
*William M. Brown - 1875-1882 (Reform slate and from 1878 Opposition)
*William Morrison - 1875-1878 (Reform slate)
*William Saul - 1878-1882 (Opposition and from 1886 Government)
*Edward Allen - 1882-1890 (Opposition and from 1886 Government)
*Alexander Edmund Batson Davie - 1882-1890 (ran as Opposition, but from 1887-1889 sat as Premier)
*Alfred Wellington Smith 1890-1894 (Government)
*David Alexander Stoddart 1890-1894 (Opposition)
*see Lillooet West and Lillooet East for elections in 1894, 1898, and 1900
*Archibald McDonald 1903-1907 (Conservative)
*Mark Robert Eagleson 1907-1909 (Liberal)
*Archibald McDonald 1909-1924 (Conservative)
*Albert Edward Munn 1924-1928 (Liberal)
*Ernest Crawford Carson 1928-1933 (Conservative)
*George Matheson Murray 1933-1941 (Liberal)
*Ernest Crawford Carson 1941-1953 (Conservative)
*James Gordon Gibson 1953-1956 (Liberal)
*Donald Frederick Robinson 1956-1966 (Social Credit)

Election results

"Note: Winners of each election are in "bold.
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Independent
Thomas Basil Humphreys1
align="right"|45
align="right"|44.12%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
Andrew Thomas Jamieson
align="right"|36
align="right"|35.29%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
William Saul
align="right"|21
align="right"|20.59%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|102!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|79.69%!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|1 Often spelled "Humphries" in many contemporary histories.

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Independent
William Chadwick
align="right"|(2)3
align="right"|(6.06%)
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
Edward Kelly
align="right"|(1)3
align="right"|(3.03%)
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
William Saul
align="right"|(30)3
align="right"|(90.91%)
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|(33)!align="right"|(100.00%)!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|%!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|2 To fill the seat-vacancy caused by the death of A.T. Jamieson 31 October 1872.
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|3 Incomplete returns. Numbers cited are from "Cariboo Sentinel" 28 December 1872.

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Independent
William M. Brown
align="right"|51
align="right"|32.90%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
Thomas Basil Humphreys
align="right"|56
align="right"|36.13%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
William Saul
align="right"|48
align="right"|30.97%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|155!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|%!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|4 Resignations 26 September 1874 of T.B. Humphreys and W. Saul over a "dispute between the two gentlemen as to which represents the popular feeling of the district" ("Victoria Colonist", September 29, 1874).

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Reform caucus
William M. Brown
align="right"|53
align="right"|26.37%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Reform caucus
George Dunne
align="right"|21
align="right"|10.45%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Reform caucus
John Martley 5
align="right"|33
align="right"|16.42%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Reform caucus
William Morrison
align="right"|48
align="right"|23.88%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Government
William Saul
align="right"|46
align="right"|22.88%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|201!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|85.90%!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|5 Captain Martley homesteaded at Pavilion around 1863, and bought out the older Carson spread on Pavilion Mountain. Ernest Crawford Carson and Robert Henry Carson, his neighbours, became MLAs and cabinet ministers in the 1930s in Lillooet and Kamloops respectively.
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Opposition
William M. Brown
align="right"|78
align="right"|32.37%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Government
John Martley
align="right"|39
align="right"|16.18%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Government
William Morrison
align="right"|47
align="right"|19.50%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Opposition
William Saul
align="right"|48
align="right"|23.88%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|241!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|78.01%!align="right"
!align="right"

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Opposition
Edward Allen
align="right"|55
align="right"|23.21%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Government
William M. Brown
align="right"|28
align="right"|11.81%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Opposition
Alexander Edmund Batson Davie
align="right"|69
align="right"|29.11%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Government
Charles Nelson McLellan
align="right"|40
align="right"|16.88%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Opposition
William Morrison
align="right"|45
align="right"|18.99%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|237!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|63.37%!align="right"
!align="right"

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Government
Alexander Edmund Batson Davie
align="right"|Acclaimed
align="right"| -.- %
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|n/a!align="right"| -.- %!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|%!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|2 Byelection caused by resignation of A.E.B. Davie upon his appointment to the Executive Council January 29 1883. Date given is day of return of writs, as polling day was not necessary.

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Reform caucus
William M. Brown
align="right"|65
align="right"|21.03%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Reform caucus
Alexander Edmund Batson Davie
align="right"|93
align="right"|30.10%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
(Opposition ?)
William Livingstone
align="right"|45
align="right"|14.56%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Opposition
William Saul
align="right"|49
align="right"|15.86%
align="right"
align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|309!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|77.25%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Government
William Morrison
align="right"|60
align="right"|22.39%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Government
Alfred Wellington Smith
align="right"|89
align="right"|33.21%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Opposition
David Alexander Stoddart
align="right"|119
align="right"|44.40%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|268!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|55.37%!align="right"
!align="right"

7th General Election 1894

split to two ridings:
*Lillooet East
*Lillooet West

8th General Election 1898

*Lillooet East
*Lillooet West

9th General Election 1900

*Lillooet East
*Lillooet West

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Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|Accl.
align="right"|--%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|--!align="right"|--%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|%!align="right"
!align="right"

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Liberal
Mark Robert Eagleson
align="right"|123
align="right"|51.68%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|115
align="right"|48.32%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|238!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|60.10%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Liberal
Mark Robert Eagleson
align="right"|117
align="right"|41.20%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|167
align="right"|58.80%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|284!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|79.11%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Liberal
Stuart Alexander Henderson
align="right"|82
align="right"|28.83%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|200
align="right"|71.17%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|281!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|71.98%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Liberal
John Bates Bryson
align="right"|269
align="right"|47.61%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|296
align="right"|52.39%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|565!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|66.27%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Liberal
John Bates Bryson
align="right"|213
align="right"|21.83%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Soldier-Farmer Party
Ernest Crawford Carson 6
align="right"|162
align="right"|22.69%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|339
align="right"|47.48%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|714!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|76.94%!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|6 Brother of Kamloops. Both became cabinet ministers in their respective governments. Their father Robert Carson came west via the Sierra Nevada passes to California and, coming north for the Fraser Canyon gold rush, wound up homesteading on Pavilion Mountain in the wake of the gold rush, founding one of BC's earliest ranches. He sold it to Captain John Martley, who was a candidate in this riding in 1878 and whose descendants still own the property.

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Liberal
Albert Edward Munn
align="right"|626
align="right"|42.56%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Provincial Party
Norman Joseph Paul
align="right"|522
align="right"|35.49%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Archibald McDonald
align="right"|323
align="right"|21.96%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|1,471!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|56.43%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Conservative
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|1,237
align="right"|54.61%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
Albert Edward Munn
align="right"|1,028
align="right"|45.39%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|2,265!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|56!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|80.28%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Non-Partisan Independent Group
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|705
align="right"|33.51%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
George Matheson Murray7
align="right"|927
align="right"|44.06%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
John Morrison Smith
align="right"|472
align="right"|22.43%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|2,104!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|96!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|66.29%!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=7|7 Publisher of "Bridge River-Lillooet News" and husband of Margaret Lally "Ma" Murray.
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Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
Robert Purvis Armstrong
align="right"|855
align="right"|28.92%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|925
align="right"|31.29%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
George Matheson Murray
align="right"|1,176
align="right"|39.78%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|2956!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|57!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|76.12%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
Harry Grenfell Archibald
align="right"|841
align="right"|31.75%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Conservative
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|1,017
align="right"|38.39%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
George Matheson Murray
align="right"|791
align="right"|29.86%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|2,649!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|29!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|67.02%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Coalition
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|1,143
align="right"|51.42%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit Alliance
John Fossmark Jacobsen
align="right"|296
align="right"|8.82%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Progressive Liberal
George Matheson Murray
align="right"|61
align="right"|2.74%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
Charles Radcliffe
align="right"|823
align="right"|37.02%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|2,223!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|21!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|63.19%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Coalition
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|2,339
align="right"|62.83%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit Alliance
George Willis Lyons
align="right"|1,180
align="right"|31.69%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
William Wallace O'Keefe
align="right"|204
align="right"|5.48%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|3,723!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|125!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|77.94%!align="right"
!align="right"

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Progressive Conservative
Ernest Crawford Carson
align="right"|1,301
align="right"|35.68%
align="right"|1,847
align="right"|56.60%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
Gordon Hudson Dowding
align="right"|1,074
align="right"|29.46%
align="right"|1,416
align="right"|43.40%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Independent
James Coleman Finch
align="right"|96
align="right"|2.63%
align="right"|-
align="right"|-%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
William Henry Okell
align="right"|725
align="right"|19.88%
align="right"|-
align="right"|-%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit League
Donald Frederick Robinson
align="right"|450
align="right"|12.34%
align="right"|-
align="right"|-%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|3,646 !align="right"|%!align="right"|3,263!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|254!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|77.94%!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=9|8 Preferential ballot; final count is between top two candidates from first count; intermediary counts (of 4) not shown

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Progressive Conservative
Herbert Ashby
align="right"|452
align="right"|11.32 %
align="right"|-
align="right"|-%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
Gordon Hudson Dowding
align="right"|1,372
align="right"|34.37%
align="right"|1,694
align="right"|48.07%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
Gordon Gibson, Sr.
align="right"|1,103
align="right"|27.63%
align="right"|1,830
align="right"|51.93%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit
Frank Conrad Olafsen
align="right"|1,065
align="right"|26.68%
align="right"|-
align="right"|-%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|3,992 !align="right"|100.00%!align="right"|3,524 !align="right"|%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|170!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total Registered Voters!align="right"|5,933 (1952 list)!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|70.15%!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=9|9 Preferential ballot; final count is between top two candidates from first count; intermediary counts (of 3) not shown

analysis of preferential ballot - preferential ballot - 1st, 2nd, 3rd choices, respectively:
*Ashby, Herbert PC 452 - -
*Gordon Hudson CCF 1,372 1,420 1,694
*GIBSON, James Gordon LIB. 1,103 1,335 1,830
*Olafson, Frank Conrad SC 1,065 1,138 -

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Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
Austin Kenneth Greenway
align="right"|907
align="right"|23.13
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit
Donald Frederick Robinson
align="right"|2,055
align="right"|52.41%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
James Smith
align="right"|959
align="right"|24.46%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|3921!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|58!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|72.97%!align="right"
!align="right"

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Progressive Conservative
George M. Behrner
align="right"|336
align="right"|7.84%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Liberal
Cyril Clyde Keyes
align="right"|923
align="right"|21.54%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Co-operative Commonwealth Fed.
John Kendrick Macey
align="right"|1,331
align="right"|31.06%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit
Donald Frederick Robinson
align="right"|1,695
align="right"|39.56%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|4,285!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|282!align="right"
!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|66.77%!align="right"
!align="right"
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Liberal
Henry Greer Castillou
align="right"|977
align="right"|23.15%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Progressive Conservative
Thomas William Meagher
align="right"|702
align="right"|16.64%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
Social Credit
Donald Frederick Robinson
align="right"|1,425
align="right"|33.77%
align="right"
align="right"|unknown
New Democrat
Clare Skatfeld
align="right"|1331
align="right"|31.06%
align="right"
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- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes!align="right"|4,220!align="right"|100.00%!align="right"
- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots!align="right"|53!align="right"
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- bgcolor="white"!align="right" colspan=3|Turnout!align="right"|65.33%!align="right"
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In the 28th General Election in 1966, parts of the former riding of Lillooet became incorporated into the new riding of Yale-Lillooet, which survives to the present.

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[http://www.elections.bc.ca/elections/electoral_history/toc.html Elections BC website - historical election data]


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