Assiniboia-Bengough


Assiniboia-Bengough

Assiniboia-Bengough was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. This constituency was created from the riding of Benough and parts of other ridings before the 1971 Saskatchewan general election. This riding was only in existence for a few years, being replaced by the ridings of Benough-Milestone and Assiniboia-Gravelbourg before the 1975 Saskatchewan general election.

Member of the Legislative Assembly

Election Results

-
style="width: 130px"|New Democratic Party
David Hadley Lange
align="right"|2628
align="right"|49.08
align="right"|-
style="width: 130px"|Liberal
Alexander Mitchell
align="right"|2312
align="right"|43.17
align="right"|-
style="width: 130px"|PC
James A. Hall
align="right"|415
align="right"|7.75
align="right"|-
- bgcolor="white"!align="left" colspan=3|Total!align="right"|5,355!align="right"|100.00!align="right"

ee also

*Electoral district (Canada)
*List of Saskatchewan provincial electoral districts
*List of Saskatchewan general elections
*List of political parties in Saskatchewan

References

* [http://www.saskarchives.com/web/services-pub-directory.html Saskatchewan Archives Board: Saskatchewan Executive and Legislative Directory]


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