1941 Harrow by-election
The Harrow by-election of 1941 was held on 2 December 1941. The by-election was held due to the death of the incumbent Conservative MP, Isidore Salmon. It was won by the Conservative candidate Norman Bower. By the time of the by-election, Harrow's electorate had more than quadrupled since 1924, and stood at 168,594 voters in 1941.
|Independent Democratic||Winifred Clarice Henney||3,433||19.1||N/A|
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