1920 New South Wales state election
All 90 seats in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly
46 Assembly seats were needed for a majority
Legislative Assembly after the election
The 1920 New South Wales state election was held on 20 March 1920. This election was for all of the 90 seats in the 25th New South Wales Legislative Assembly and it was conducted in multiple member constituencies using the Hare-Clark single transferable vote; it was the first election conducted using this method. The 24th parliament of New South Wales was dissolved on 18 February 1920 by the Governor, Sir Walter Edward Davidson, on the advice of the Premier William Holman.
|18 February 1920||The Legislative Assembly was dissolved, and writs were issued by the Governor to proceed with an election.|
|28 February 1920||Nominations for candidates for the election closed at noon.|
|20 March 1920||Polling day.|
|21 April 1920||Writs returned.|
|27 April 1920||Opening of 25th Parliament.|
|Summary of votes by party|
|Ind. Socialist Labor||1,810||1.14||+1.08||1||+1|
- Candidates of the 1920 New South Wales state election
- Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1920–1922
- "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856-2006". New South Wales Parliament. Retrieved 8 July 2012.