Croatian parliamentary election, 1910
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Croatian parliamentary elections were held on October 28, 1910. The elections were called by ban Nikola Tomašić after the adoption of a new Law of the Electoral Order of the Kingdom of Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia.
|Party of Rights - Josip Frank||15|
|Starčević's Party of Rights - Mile Starčević||9|
|Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party||9|
|Serbian People's Radical Party||1|
|Independent candidate (Frano Supilo)||1|
Croatian Peoples' Peasant Party
- Vinko Lovreković
Party of Rights
- Franjo Hrustić
- Ines Sabotič, Stjepan Matković (April 2005). "SABORSKI IZBORI I ZAGREBAČKA IZBORNA TIJELA NA PRIJELAZU IZ 19. U 20. STOLJEĆE" [Parliamentary Elections and Zagreb Electoral Bodies at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries]. Drustvena istrazivanja: Journal for General Social Issues (in Croatian) (Zagreb, Croatia: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar) 14 (1-2 (75-76)): 168. ISSN 1330-0288. Retrieved 2012-08-22. "[...] Zakona o izbornom redu za kraljevinu Dalmacije, Hrvatske i Slavonije"
- Ivo Perić, Hrvatski državni sabor 1848.-2000. 2nd volume. Dom i svijet. Zagreb, 2000. (pg. 372)