1923 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland
The 1923 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland was held on 6 December as part of the wider general election. There were ten constituencies, seven single-seat constituencies with elected by FPTP and three two-seat constituencies with MPs elected by bloc voting. Only three of the constituencies had contested elections.
All 13 seats in Northern Ireland to the House of Commons
The election saw no change in the representation of the 13 seats in Northern Ireland.
In the election as a whole, the Conservative Party, now led by Stanley Baldwin, lost its majority and the Labour Party formed a minority with Ramsay MacDonald as Prime Minister. The Ulster Unionists sat as members of the Conservative Party.
- Votes in constituencies using the bloc voting system are counted as 0.5 each, as each voter had one vote per seat.
- Walker, Brian Mercer (1992). Parliamentary Election Results in Ireland, 1918–1992 (New History of Ireland). Dublin: Royal Irish Academy. pp. 15–16. ISBN 0901714968.
- "Elections to the United Kingdom Parliament held in Northern Ireland: General Election 1923". ElectionsIreland.org. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
- Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael (2006). British Electoral Facts. Ashgate. p. 24.