1933 Northern Ireland general election
All 52 seats to the House of Commons of Northern Ireland
27 seats were needed for a majority
Election results by constituency
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The 1933 Northern Ireland general election was held on 30 November 1933. Like all previous elections to the Parliament of Northern Ireland, it produced a large majority for the Ulster Unionist Party. 33 of the 52 seats were uncontested, the largest number in the history of the House of Commons.
|1933 Northern Ireland general election|
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Electorate 793,952 (250,519 in contested seats); Turnout 67.7% (169,690). The sole member elected for Fianna Fáil was the President of the Executive Council (Prime Minister) of the Irish Free State, Éamon de Valera.
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