|1987 ←||14 April 1991||→ 1995|
|Nominee||John Cosgrove||George Huntley|
|Running mate||Thomas Jeffrey||Joseph McEvoy|
|President before election||Elected President|
The Craftian presidential election of 1991 was the second presidential election. It was held on Sunday, 14 April 1991. As in the first presidential election, the president was elected by the Craftian House of Representatives, with 75 electoral votes in total (75 being the number of Members of the House). Incumbent president John Cosgrove narrowly defeated former Minister for External Affairs George Huntley in the runoff vote by a margin of 3 votes.
Prospective candidates could be nominated for the presidential election through nomination and endorsement by at least eight Members of Parliament.
All candidates were required by law to renounce their political membership, thus all presidential candidates were official unaffiliated and independent, though there was no law restricting any political party's endorsement and campaigning for a particular candidate.
- John Cosgrove, President of Craftia (1990–1992)
- Walter Fallon, political activist
- Billy Hughes, former Member of the Craftian Provincial Parliament (1966–1982)
- George Huntley, former Minister for External Affairs (1982–1985)
|Party||Candidate||First round||Second round|
|Independent||John Cosgrove||Thomas Jeffrey||30||40.00||39||52.00|
|Independent||George Huntley||Joseph McEvoy||30||40.00||36||48.00|
|Independent||Walter Fallon||Peter Simoni||8||10.67|
|Independent||Billy Hughes||Rocky Johnson||7||9.33|