Administrative Council elections were held in Dahomey in 1930.
Three members of the Administrative Council were elected from single-member constituencies; Abomey, Ouidah and Porto-Novo. However, the franchise was extremely restricted.
In Porto-Novo, Augustin Nicoué ran against the incumbemt Casimir d'Almeida. D'Almeida was supported by the La Voix newspaper, whilst Nicoué was supported by Le Phare du Dahomey.
Despite Nicoué's campaign, Casimir d'Almeida was re-elected.