1915 Arfon by-election
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The by-election was caused by death at the age of 55 of the Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) William Jones, a Junior Lord of the Treasury in H. H. Asquith's Liberal government, who had held the seat since the 1895 general election.
The only candidate nominated to contest the by-election was the Liberal Caradoc Rees, who was therefore elected unopposed. Rees held the seat until the constituency was abolished at the general election in December 1918.
|Liberal||Griffith Caradoc Rees||Unopposed|
- Arfon (UK Parliament constituency)
- 1911 Arfon by-election
- List of United Kingdom by-elections
- British parliamentary election results, 1885-1918 (Craig)