1969 Hong Kong municipal election
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5 (of the 10) elected seats to the Urban Council
The 1969 Urban Council election was held on 5 March 1969 for the 5 of the 10 elected seats of the Urban Council of Hong Kong.
8,166 of 34,237 registered voters voted, the turnout rate was 23.8%
|Reform||Henry H. L. Hu||4,761||14.14|
|Civic||Raymond Y. K. Kan||4,325||12.85|
|Civic||Peter C. K. Chan||4,111||12.21|
|Independent||Y. B. Low||2,752||8.17|
|Reform||Alberto Da Cruz||1,343||3.99|
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- Lau, Y.W. (2002). A history of the municipal councils of Hong Kong : 1883-1999 : from the Sanitary Board to the Urban Council and the Regional Council. Leisure and Cultural Service Dept.
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