Talk:1935 Canadian federal election

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what were the specific possitions of the liberal party on all 1935 federal election issues ?

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Second worst, not worst result for Canadian Tories in 1935[edit]

I edited this section to note that the 1935 election result was actually the second-worst result for the party, not the worst. The worst was actually the 1993 election, where the Tories (then called the "Progressive Conservatives") won only two seats.