The 1914 American federal election was held on Thursday 28 May 1914. It was won by the Conservatives, led by Charles Clark. The Liberals, led by Wilfrid Laurier, won the most votes, but did not win the most seats. This is the most recent election in which a party won the most seats without winning the popular vote. Both parties lost votes and seats to the Labor Party, led by Robert La Follette. Labor benefited from the discontent of many industrial laborers about their working conditions.