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Manitoba's general election of resulted in a second majority victory for the December 16, 1962 Progressive Conservative Party under the leadership of Dufferin Roblin. Roblin's Tories won 36 seats, against 13 for the Liberals, seven for the New Democratic Party, and one for the Social Credit Party.
Note that voting was deferred until January 4, 1963 in the northern ridings of Churchill and Rupertsland, as well as in the Winnipeg riding of Kildonan.
See also: List of Manitoba general elections.
(x) denotes incumbent.
Arthur: (x)J. Douglas Watt (PC) 2629 Harry Patmore (L) 1861
(x)Robert Smellie (PC) 2676 Victor Fulton (L) 1701 Arnold Minish (NDP) 704
Mark Smerchanski (L) 1791 (x)John Hawryluk (NDP) 1502 Peter Okrainec (PC) 747 Andrew Bileski (Comm) 517
(x)Thelma Forbes (PC) 2746 Welland Stonehouse (L) 1928 Charles Turner (SC) 267
(x)William Homer Hamilton (PC) 2542 R.G. Douglas (L) 1309
(x)Steve Peters (NDP) 2024 John Kozoriz (L) 1815 Don Thompson (PC) 1737
(x)John Tanchak (L) 2545 Michael Sokolyk (PC) 1964
Emil Moeller (PC) 1410 (x)Peter Wagner (NDP) 1323 Arthur Dublin (L) 1076
[Note: Wagner was originally declared the winner, until news came from a northern part of the riding that a miscount had occurred. Many suspect the final result was rigged.]
Flin Flon: (x)Charles Witney (PC) 2375 Eli Ross (L) 1175 Fred Ledieu (NDP) 448
(x) Sterling Lyon (PC) 4721 David Bowles (L) 2828 Cliff Brownridge (NDP) 1168
(x)Gurney Evans (PC) 3507 Brock McArthur (L) 2128 William Reid (NDP) 990
(x) George Johnson (PC) 2316 Magnus Eliason (NDP) 917 Don Martin (L) 794
(x)Nelson Shoemaker (L) 2868 Jack McPhedran (PC) 2020 Fred Crooks (NDP) 249
(x)Barry Strickland (PC) 2573 Frank Taylor (L) 2015 M.S. Antonation (NDP) 329
(x) Morris Gray (NDP) 2658 John Shanski (L) 2081 Mary Wayrykaw (PC) 1497
James Mills (PC) 3176 (x)A.J. Reid (NDP) 3172 Ernie Rudolph (L) 2751 John De Fehr (SC) 452
Lac Du Bonnet:
(x)Oscar Bjornson (PC) 1740 John Ateah (L) 1264 John Bracken (NDP) 843
Albert Viefaure (L) 1394 Rene Prefontaine (PC) 1086 Raymond Thuot (SC) 719
(x)Lemuel Harris (NDP) 1462 Uberta Blackburn (PC) 1126 Thomas Blaine (L) 1006
(x) Walter Weir (PC) 2828 Frank Anderson (L) 1536 John Lee (NDP) 472 C.V. Hutton (SC) 456
(x)Harrry Shewman (PC) 1648 Phil Perron (L) 1126 Wilbur Tinkler (SC) 609
(x)Obie Baizley (PC) 3025 Robert Moffat (L) 1871 Jim Buchanan (NDP) 1523
(x)Carolyne Morrison (PC) 2436 Charles Cousins (L) 2225
Portage La Prairie:
Gordon Johnston (L) 2414 (x)John Christianson (PC) 2124 Francis Mason (NDP) 220
(x) Russell Paulley (NDP) 4032 Nicholas Slotek (L) 3169 Nelson McLean (PC) 2712
(x) Jacob Froese (SC) 1511 A.J. Thissen (PC) 1478 J.H. Penner (L) 791
Maitland Steinkopf (PC) 5044 Roy Matas (L) 3941
(x)Keith Alexander (PC) 2205 Charles Filowich (L) 1530 Ray Taylor (NDP) 645
(x)Abram Harrison (PC) 2444 Harry Parsonage (L) 2015 J.A. Potter (NDP) 257
(x)George Hutton (PC) 2594 C.E. Crawford (L) 1256 Samuel Cranston (NDP) 471
(x)Joseph Jeannotte (PC) 2329 Reginald McKay (L) 515 Thomas Hamilton (NDP) 461
(x)Elman Guttormson (L) 2451 John Hjalmarsson (PC) 1210
(x)Douglas Stanes (PC) 2707 Dave Johnston (L) 2202 William Hardy (NDP) 1239
Saul Cherniack (NDP) 1796 M. Baryluk (PC) 1236 Ed Pollack (L) 1229 Saul Simkin (Comm) 299 F.P. Bashchak (Ind-L-Lab) 111 Sam Bordman (Ind) 54
(x)William Martin (PC) 2485 Don Cook (L) 1771 Gordon Fines (NDP) 1386
(x)Fred Groves (PC) 3626 Doug Honeyman (L) 2605 Clare Martineau (NDP) 1023 Fred Brennan (Ind) 795
(x) Gildas Molgat (L) 2648 J.A. Fletcher (PC) 1467 Leon Hoefer (NDP) 147
(x)Thomas Hillhouse (L) 2104 Ben Massey (PC) 1527 Robert Luining (SC) 579
(x)Arthur Wright (NDP) 3095 Jack Chapman (PC) 2635 Calvin Scarfe (L) 1600
(x)Malcolm McKellar (PC) 2471 D.L. Barclay (L) 1532
(x)Fred Klym (PC) 1993 William Lucko (L) 1562 Harold Patzer (SC) 429
James Bilton (PC) 2350 Elmir Simms (L) 1004 M.G. Hofford (NDP) 718
(x)John Carroll (PC) 2484 Adam Deminick (L) 1497 Rachael Schewchuk (NDP) 430
Peter J. McDonald (PC) 2788 (x)Edward I. Dow (L) 1973 C.R. Baskerville (SC) 691
Donald McGregor (PC) 2828 Malcolm McGregor (L) 1323 J.J. Morton (SC) 450
(x)Richard Seaborn (PC) 2422 Lloyd Stinson (NDP) 2202 Gurzon Havey (L) 1391
(x)James Cowan (PC) 2779 Frank Lamont (L) 1684 Donovan Swailes (NDP) 1016
River Heights (res. Maitland Steinkopf, June 12, 1964), September 30, 1964: Maitland Steinkopf (PC) 4963 Scott Wright (L) 4478
Edward Schreyer, October 20, 1965)
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