98 seats in the 25th Legislative Assembly of Ontario
50 seats were needed for a majority
The 1955 Ontario general election was held on June 9, 1955, to elect the 98 members of the 25th Legislative Assembly of Ontario (Members of Provincial Parliament, or "MPPs") of the Province of Ontario.
The Ontario Liberal Party, again led by Farquhar Oliver, won three additional seats in the enlarged legislature, increasing its caucus from 8 to 11, and continuing in the role of official opposition. Liberal-Labour MPP Albert Wren was re-elected and continued to sit with the Liberal caucus.
One "PC Independent" was elected.
|Party||Leader||1951||Elected||% change||Popular vote|
|Progressive Conservative||Leslie Frost||79||83||+5.1%||48.5%||-|
|Co-operative Commonwealth||Donald C. MacDonald||2||3||+50%||16.5%||-2.6%|
- Politics of Ontario
- List of Ontario political parties
- Premier of Ontario
- Leader of the Opposition (Ontario)
- "1955 General Election". Elections Ontario. Elections Ontario. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
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