1983 Bermudian general election
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The 40 members of the House of Assembly were elected in 20 two-member constituencies. Voters had two votes, with the two candidates with the highest vote number being elected.
Of the 29,958 registered voters, 24,163 cast valid votes. In 18 constituencies both elected members were from the same party, whilst two constituencies elected one member of the United Bermuda Party and one from the Progressive Labour Party.
|United Bermuda Party||27,081||56.60||26||+4|
|Progressive Labour Party||20,765||43.40||14||–4|
|Source: Parliamentary Registry|
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