|1962 ←||16 December 1963||→ 1966|
|60 seats in the Craftian Provincial Parliament|
31 needed for a majority
|First party||Second party||Third party|
|Leader||Wilbur Joyce||Allen Wilson||Bartholomew Riley|
|Leader since||22 October 1962||24 September 1947||2 December 1963|
|Last election||9 seats, 19.63%||17 seats, 34.42%||34 seats, 42.69%|
|Craftian Provincial Parliament after the election
|Premier before election||Elected Premier|
A provincial election was held on Monday, 16 December 1963 to determine the members of the 10th Provincial Parliament of the Province of Craftia. The incumbent right-wing Protection of Craftia Party government (before dissolution of parliament), led by interim leader Bartholomew Riley was resoundingly defeated by the centre-right National Party of Craftia, led by leader Wilbur Joyce. Protection lost all but two of its seats, including one held by Riley himself, who retained the formerly safe seat of Bonestan with a bare 1% margin.
Premier Gary Smith of the Protection Party had been removed from office on 1 December 1963 after being impeached due to corruption charges. Protection-turned-independent Speaker of the Craftian Provincial Parliament John Anderson was sworn in as interim Premier due to protocol as both the Premier and Deputy Premier positions were vacant, and an election was immediately called for 16 December. Anderson served in the caretaker position until the Joyce Government was sworn in on 26 December.
|National Party of Craftia||26,803||47.33||27.70||31||22|
|National Labour Party||26,038||45.98||11.56||26||9|
|Protection of Craftia Party||1,823||3.22||39.47||2||32|