1935 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland
The 1931 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland was held on 14 November 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.
This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (January 2019)
13 seats in Northern Ireland of the 615 seats in the House of Commons
This election saw no change in the distribution of seats from Northern Ireland.
In the election as a whole, a second National Government which had been formed before the election was returned with Stanley Baldwin of the Conservative Party as Prime Minister. The Ulster Unionists were members of the Conservative Party. Also in the government were the National Liberal Party and National Labour.
|Down||10 May 1939||David Reid||UUP||James Little||UUP||Death|
|Belfast East||8 February 1940||Herbert Dixon||UUP||Henry Peirson Harland||UUP||Elevation to the Peerage|
|Queen's University of Belfast||2 November 1940||Thomas Sinclair||UUP||Douglas Savory||UUP||Resignation|
|Belfast West||9 February 1943||Alexander Browne||UUP||Jack Beattie||NI Labour||Death|
|Antrim||11 February 1943||Sir Joseph McConnell, Bt||UUP||John Dermot Campbell||UUP||Death|
- Craigavon sat as an MP for North Down in the Northern Ireland Parliament.
- "Elections to the United Kingdom Parliament held in Northern Ireland: General Election 1935". ElectionsIreland.org. Retrieved 5 January 2019.
- Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael (2006). British Electoral Facts. Ashgate. p. 31.
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