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112 seats in the 18th Legislative Assembly of Ontario
57 seats were needed for a majority
The 1929 Ontario general election was the 18th general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada. It was held on October 30, 1929, to elect the 112 Members of the 18th Legislative Assembly of Ontario ("MLAs").
|Party||Leader||1926||Elected||% change||Popular vote|
|Conservative||George Howard Ferguson||72||90||+11.1%||58.8%||+1.2%|
|Progressive||John Giles Lethbridge||10||4||-60.0%||3.4%||-3.8%|
|United Farmers[a]||Leslie Warner Oke||3||1||-66.7%||1.3%||-|
- There were only two UFO candidates in the election, Oke and Farquhar Oliver. Thomas Farquhar, who was elected as a UFO MLA in 1926, ran for re-election in 1929 as a Liberal.
- Waterloo South Labour MLA Karl Homuth is re-elected as a Conservative in this election. Earl Hutchinson of Kenora replaced Hamuth as the sole Labour representative in the legislature.