1890 Quebec general election
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73 seats in the 7th Legislative Assembly of Quebec
37 seats were needed for a majority
The 1890 Quebec general election was held on June 17, 1890, to elect members of the 7th Legislative Assembly of the Province of Quebec, Canada. The incumbent Quebec Liberal Party Parti national coalition led by Honoré Mercier, was re-elected, defeating the Quebec Conservative Party, led by Louis-Olivier Taillon.
A scandal and charges of corruption cut short Mercier's term of office. He was later cleared of all charges, but his political career was ended.
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- Dufour, Pierre; Hamelin, Jean (1998). "Biography – MERCIER, HONORÉ – Volume XII (1891-1900)". Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Retrieved 2018-11-12.
- An Act respecting increased representation in the Legislative Assembly for the electoral districts of Montreal West, Montreal Centre, Montreal East, Quebec East, Drummond and Arthabaska, Rimouski, Chicoutimi and Saguenay, S.Q. 1890 (1st session), c. 2
- An Act respecting increased representation in the Legislative Assembly for the electoral district of Wolfe and Richmond, S.Q. 1890 (1st session), c. 3