Union des électeurs
|Election||Seats Contested||Seats Won|
|Quebec (June 28th, 1948)||89||0|
|Quebec (October 8th, 1944)||6||0|
Seats Contested vs. Seats Won
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Party Founding : In the 1940s, Social Credit supporters in Quebec often ran under the name Union des électeurs, a social credit organization formed in 1939 by Louis Even and Gilberte Côté-Mercier as the political arm of their religious organization, the Pilgrims of Saint Michael. It had a troubled relationship with the western-based national party as well as an inconsistent attitude towards electoral politics. The Union of Electors electoral philosophy was that it was not a partisan political party but an organization to marshal voters to enforce their wishes on their elected representatives.
Citation : See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_Credit_Party_of_Canada