This page shows the results of leadership conventions in the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan, Canada, (known as the Conservative Party of Saskatchewan until the mid-1940s). The 1994 convention was determined by a "one member, one vote" system of balloting; all previous conventions were determined by delegated conventions.
(Held on October 28, 1936.)
(Held on October 12, 1949.)
(Note: The vote totals were not announced, although Hamilton is believed to have won in a landslide.)
(Held on October 28, 1958).
(Held on February 28, 1970.)
(Note: The vote totals were not released. 250 votes were cast, in total.)
(Held on March 18, 1973.)
(Note: The vote totals were not released, and there were wildly conflicting unofficial reports as to the size of Collver's victory (ranging from 67% ballot support to a mere 16-vote difference). 495 ballots were cast, in total.)
(Held on November 9, 1979.)
(Held on November 21, 1994.)