It was the fourth and final general election victory in a row for Taschereau, who had held office since 1920. He would resign less than seven months later due to a scandal.
The Action libérale nationale (ALN) was a newly-formed party led by the son of former Liberal premier Lomer Gouin. It was established by former Liberals who had become dissatisfied with the party. The ALN and Conservatives formed an alliance to contest this election, and after the election merged to formed the Union Nationale, which soon became a major political force.
|Party||Party leader||# of|
|1931||Elected||% Change||#||%||% Change||Liberal||Louis-Alexandre Taschereau||79||47||-40.5%||46.53%||-8.4%||Action libérale nationale||Paul Gouin||*||25||*||29.48%||*||Conservative||Maurice Duplessis||11||17||+54.5%||18.93%||-24.6%||Other||-||-||-||5.06%||align="right"|
* Party did not nominate candidates in the previous election.