Aust-Agder (Storting constituency)

Aust-Agder (lit. transl.East Agder) is one of the 19 multi-member constituencies of the Storting, the national legislature of Norway. The constituency was established in 1921 following the introduction of proportional representation for elections to the Storting. It consists of the municipalities of Åmli, Arendal, Birkenes, Bygland, Bykle, Evje og Hornnes, Froland, Gjerstad, Grimstad, Iveland, Lillesand, Risør, Tvedestrand, Valle and Vegårshei in the county of Agder. The constituency currently elects three of the 169 members of the Storting using the open party-list proportional representation electoral system. At the 2021 parliamentary election it had 87,300 registered electors.

Aust-Agder
Constituency
for the Storting
Location of Aust-Agder within Norway
Municipality
CountyAgder
Population118,818 (2021)[1]
Electorate87,300 (2021)
Area9,155 km2 (2021)[2]
Current constituency
Created1921
Seats
List
  • 3 (2005–present)
  • 4 (1921–2005)
Members of the Storting[3]
List
Created from
List
  • Holt
  • Nedenes
  • Sætersdalen
  • Sand

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