List of MPs elected in the Thai general election, 2011

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2011– (2011)

This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected for the 24th House of Representatives at 2011 general election.

The list is arranged by electoral district. New MPs elected since the general election and changes in party allegiance are noted at the bottom of the page.

Graphical representation of the House of Representatives[edit]

This is a comparison of the party strengths in the House of Representatives of Thailand:

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Pheu Thai
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List of MPs elected in the general election[edit]

The following table is a list of MPs elected, ordered by constituency. As the constituency boundaries have changed, the "notional incumbent" column lists the party estimated to have won the seat at the 2007 election had that election been conducted under the new boundaries, rather than the member that actually held the seat.


Table of contents:

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Amnat Charoen 1st district Bhumjaithai Somying Buabutr (PT[1]) Incumbent MP Vichian Udomsak (BJT) defeated; first-time MP
Amnat Charoen 2nd district Democrat Apiwat Ngenmune (DEM) Seat held
Ang Thong 1st district Chartthaipattana Paradorn Prisananuntagul (CTP) Seat held
Ang Thong 2nd district Chartthaipattana Koravee Prisananuntagul (CTP) Incumbent MP Pakin Prisananuntagul stood down; seat held; first-time MP

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Bangkok 1st district
(Phra Nakhon, Pom Prap Sattru Phai and Samphanthawong)[2]
Democrat Jermmas Juenglertsiri (DEM) Seat previously for Dusit, Phra Nakhon, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Samphanthawong, Bang Rak, Pathum Wan and Ratchathewi[3]
Seat held
Bangkok 2nd district
(Pathum Wan, Bang Rak and Sathon)[2]
Democrat On-anong Kanjanachusak (DEM) Seat previously for Sathon, Bang Kho Laem, Yan Nawa, Khlong Toei and Watthana[4]
Seat held
Bangkok 3rd district
(Bang Kho Laem and Yan Nawa)[2]
Democrat Mom Luang Apimongkol Sonakul (DEM) Seat previously for Din Daeng, Huai Khwang, Wang Thonglang and Lat Phrao[5]
Incumbent MP Korn Chatikavanij[4] stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; previously MP for Bangkok 1st district[3]
Bangkok 4th district
(Khlong Toei and Watthana)[2]
Democrat Anucha Burapachaisri (DEM) Seat previously for Bang Sue, Lak Si, Chatuchak and Phaya Thai[6]
Seat held
Bangkok 5th district
(Dusit and Ratchathewi)[2]
Democrat Leelawadee Watchalobol (PT) Incumbent MP Mom Luang Apimongkol Sonakul[3] (DEM) stood down to run at Bangkok 3rd district; first-time MP
Bangkok 6th district Democrat Thana Cheeravinij (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 7th district
(Huai Khwang, Khwaeng Wang Thonglang and Khwaeng Phlapphla)[2]
Democrat Putthipong Poonnagunt (DEM) Seat previously for Bang Kapi, Saphan Sung, Min Buri and Lat Krabang[7]
Incumbent MP Pirapan Salirathavibhaga[5] stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held
Bangkok 8th district Democrat Sansern Samalapa (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 9th district Democrat Attavit Suwanpakdee (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 10th district
(Bang Sue)[2]
Democrat Cheunchob Kong-udom (DEM) Seat previously for Rat Burana, Thung Khru, Bang Khun Thian and Bang Bon[8]
Incumbent MP Boonyod Suktinthai[6] stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Bangkok 11th district
(Lak Si and Khwaeng Sanam Bin)[2]
Democrat Surachart Tientong (PT) Seat previously for Phasi Charoen, Bang Khae and Nong Khaem[9]
Incumbent MP Sakoltee Pattiyakul[6] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Bangkok 12th district Pheu Thai Karun Hosakul (PT) Seat held
Bangkok 13th district Pheu Thai Group Captain Anudith Nakornthap (PT) Seat held
Bangkok 14th district Pheu Thai Anusorn Puntong (PT) Seat held
Bangkok 15th district
(Bang Kapi)[2]
Pheu Thai Nut Bantadtan (DEM) Incumbent MP Danupon Poonnagunt[7] (PT) stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; first-time MP
Bangkok 16th district Democrat Pollapoom Viptpoompratet (PT) Incumbent MP Panich Vikitsreth (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Bangkok 17th district Pheu Thai Vicharn Minchainant (PT) Seat held
Bangkok 18th district Democrat Jirayu Huangsup (PT) Incumbent MP Samai Jaroenchang (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Bangkok 19th district Pheu Thai Pairoj Issaraseripong (PT) Seat held
Bangkok 20th district
(Lat Krabang)[2]
Pheu Thai Theerarat Sumrejvanich (PT) Incumbent MP Danupon Poonnagunt[7] stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Bangkok 21st district Democrat Narttaya Benjasiriwan (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 22nd district Democrat Samart Malulim (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 23rd district Democrat Sutthi Panyasakulwong (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 24th district Democrat Surun Janpitak (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 25th district Democrat Nuntapon Weerakulsoonthorn (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 26th district Democrat Natthapol Theepsuwan (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 27th district Democrat Sagol Muangsiri (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 28th district
(Bang Bon and Khwaeng Nong Khaem)[2]
Democrat Police Colonel Samart Muangsiri (DEM) Incumbent MP Tawil Praisont[8] stood down; seat held; first-time MP
Bangkok 29th district
(Thawi Watthana and Khwaeng Nong Khang Phlu)[2]
Democrat Ekkanat Promphan (DEM) Incumbent MP Watchara Pechtong[9] stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Bangkok 30th district Democrat On-anong Klainok (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 31st district Democrat Vilas Janpitak (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 32nd district Democrat Chanin Roongsang (DEM) Seat held
Bangkok 33rd district Democrat Ratchada Thanadirek (DEM) Seat held
Bueng Kan 1st district Pheu Thai Choedpong Rajpongkhan[10] (PT) New constituency; seat held; previously MP for Nong Khai 2nd district[10]
Bueng Kan 2nd district Pheu Thai Trairong Titham (PT)[10] New constituency; seat held; previously MP for Nong Khai 2nd district[10]
Buriram 1st district
(Mueang Buriram except Tambon Sawai Chik, Tambon Mueang Fang, Tambon Song Hong and Tambon Sakae Phrong)[11]
Bhumjaithai Sanong Thep-aksornnarong[12] (BJT) Seat previously for Nang Rong, Chamni, Nong Hong, Nong Ki, Pakham, Pakham, Non Suwan, Chaloem Phra Kiat, Lahan Sai and Non Din Daeng[13]
Seat held
Buriram 2nd district
(Satuek, Tambon Mueang Pho, Tambon Ta Sao, Tambon Khok Lek, Khaen Dong except Tambon Sa Bua, Ban Dan except Tambon Ban Dan)[11]
Bhumjaithai Rungsikorn Thimataruka (BJT) Seat previously for Prakhon Chai, Satuek, Krasang, Ban Kruat, and Phlapphla Chai[13]
Seat held
Buriram 3rd district
(Phutthaisong, Na Pho, Ban Mai Chaiyaphot, Tambon Ban Dan, Tambon Sa Bua and Khu Mueang except Tambon Khu Mueang and Tambon Phon Samran)[11]
Bhumjaithai Sopon Zarum (BJT) Seat previously for Mueang Buriram, Ban Dan, Huai Rat and Khaen Dong[13]
Seat held
Buriram 4th district
(Lam Plai Mat, Tambon Khu Mueang, Tambon Phon Samran, Tambon Thai Samakkhi, Tambon Mueang Fai and Tambon Cho Phaka)[11]
Bhumjaithai Areeyapon Zarum (BJT) Seat previously for Lam Plai Mat, Na Pho, Ban Mai Chaiyaphot, Phutthaisong and Khu Mueang[13]
Incumbent MP Peerapong Hengsawas[14] stood down; seat held; first-time MP
Buriram 5th district Bhumjaithai Montchai Chartwattanasiri (BJT) Seat held
Buriram 6th district
(Nang Rong, Tambon Charoen Suk, Tambon Sakae Phrong, Tambon Song Hong, Tambon Mueang Fang and Chamni except Tambon Cho Phaka)[11]
Bhumjaithai Pornchai Srisuriyanyothin[12] (PT) Incumbent MP Manoch Hengyodmak[14] (BJT) stood down
Buriram 7th district
(Nong Ki, Pakham, Non Suwan, Nong Hong except Tambon Thai Samakkhi and Tambon Mueang Fai)[11]
Bhumjaithai Nudaeng Wankangsai[12] (PT) Incumbent MP Nuttawut Sukkasem[14] (BJT) stood down; first-time MP
Buriram 8th district
(Ban Kruat, Non Din Daeng and Lahan Sai)[11]
Bhumjaithai Rungroj Tongsri[12] (BJT) Former Bhumjaithai MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Somnuek Hengwanit[12] defeated; seat held
Buriram 9th district Pracharaj Jakkrit Tongsri (BJT) Seat held; previously elected as Pracharaj

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Chachoengsao 1st district Pheu Thai Boonlert Pairin (DEM) Incumbent MP Thitima Chaisang[15] (PT) defeated; first-time MP
Chachoengsao 2nd district Bhumjaithai Somchai Assavachaisopon (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Nutchapol Tanjaroen[15] defeated
Chachoengsao 3rd district Bhumjaithai Ros Malipol (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Pichet Tanjaroen[15] defeated; first-time MP
Chachoengsao 4th district Pheu Thai Police Lieutenant General Pitak Jarusombat (DEM) Incumbent MP Wuttipong Chaisang[15] (PT) defeated; first-time MP
Chainat 1st district Bhumjaithai Pontiva Nakasai (BJT) Seat held
Chainat 2nd district Pheu Thai Nuntana Songpracha (BJT) Incumbent MP Chaiwat Subruangtong[16] (PT) defeated
Chaiyaphum 1st district Pheu Thai Ochit Kiatkongchuchai (BJT) Incumbent MP Prasit Chaiwirattana[17] (PT) defeated; first-time MP
Chaiyaphum 2nd district Pheu Thai Mana Lohavanit (PT) Seat held
Chaiyaphum 3rd district Pheu Thai Parichart Charleekleua (PT) Seat held
Chaiyaphum 4th district Pheu Thai Anant Limpakuptatavorn (PT) Incumbent MP Soontree Chaiwirattana stood down to run at party-list proportional representation;[17] seat held; first-time MP
Chaiyaphum 5th district Pheu Thai Jareon Jankomol (PT) Seat held
Chaiyaphum 6th district Chartthaipattana Ponpen Boonsiriwattanakul (PT) Incumbent MP Chawengsak Rengpaiboonwong[17] (CTP) defeated; first-time MP
Chaiyaphum 7th district Pheu Thai Surawit Khonsomboon (PT) Seat held
Chanthaburi 1st district Democrat Tawatchai Anampong (DEM) Seat held
Chanthaburi 2nd district Democrat Yukol Chanawatpanya (DEM) Seat held
Chanthaburi 3rd district Democrat Pongvej Vejjajiva (DEM) Seat held
Chiang Mai 1st district Pheu Thai Tassanee Buranapakorn (PT) Incumbent MP Surapong Tovichakchaikul stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Chiang Mai 2nd district Pheu Thai Krissadapon Siampakdee (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 3rd district Pheu Thai Chinnicha Wongsawat (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 4th district Pheu Thai Wittaya Songkum (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 5th district Chartthaipattana Prasit Wuttinunchai (PT) Incumbent former Ruam Chart Pattana MP, who was running as Chartthaipattana, Krai Darbtham[18] defeated; seat held
Chiang Mai 6th district Pheu Thai Julapun Amornwiwat (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 7th district Pheu Thai Boonsong Teriyapirom (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 8th district Pheu Thai Noppakhun Rathpatai (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 9th district Pheu Thai Surapol Kiatchaiyakorn (PT) Seat held
Chiang Mai 10th district Democrat Srires Kodkumlue (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Democrat, Norrapol Tuntimontri[18] defeated; first-time MP
Chiang Rai 1st district Pheu Thai Samart Kaewmechai (PT) Seat held
Chiang Rai 2nd district Pheu Thai Surasit Jiemvijuck (PT) Seat held
Chiang Rai 3rd district Pheu Thai Visaradee Techateerawat (PT) Seat held
Chiang Rai 4th district Pheu Thai Rungsun Wanchaithanawong (PT) Seat held
Chiang Rai 5th district Pheu Thai Pichet Chuamuangpan (PT) Seat held
Chiang Rai 6th district Pheu Thai Ittidate Kaewluang (PT) Seat held
Chiang Rai 7th district Pheu Thai La-ong Tiyapairach (PT) Seat held
Chonburi 1st district Democrat Suchart Chomklin (PC) Incumbent MP Police Major General Veera Anuntagool[15] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Chonburi 2nd district Pheu Thai Ukrit Tansawat (PC) Former Democrat MP, who was running as Pheu Thai, Manit Pawasut and incumbent MP Bunjob Roongroj[15] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Chonburi 3rd district Democrat Ronnatep Anuwat (PC) Incumbent MP Pramual Aimpia[15] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Chonburi 4th district Democrat Soravuth Nuangjumnong (DEM) Seat held
Chonburi 5th district Democrat Punsak Gedwatta (PC) Incumbent MP Thanaroj Rojjanakulset[15] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Chonburi 6th district Democrat Sukumol Kunplome (PC) First-time MP
Chonburi 7th district Democrat Poramet Ngampichet (PC) Incumbent MP Pojjanart Kaepaluk[19] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Chonburi 8th district Democrat Admiral Surapol Jundang (PT) Incumbent MP Maitri Soyluang (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Chumphon 1st district Democrat Chumphon Junsai (DEM) Seat held
Chumphon 2nd district Democrat Sarawut Onlamai (DEM) Seat held
Chumphon 3rd district Democrat Theerachard Pangviroonrug (DEM) Seat held

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Kalasin 1st district Pheu Thai Boonreun Srithares (PT) Seat held
Kalasin 2nd district Pheu Thai Veeravath Osatanukroh (PT) Seat held
Kalasin 3rd district Pheu Thai Komdej Chaisivamongkol (PT) Seat held
Kalasin 4th district Pheu Thai Peerapetch Sirikul (PT) Seat held
Kalasin 5th district Pheu Thai Nipon Srithares (PT) Seat held
Kalasin 6th district Pheu Thai Prasert Boonruang (PT) Seat held
Kamphaeng Phet 1st district Democrat Pai Lik (PT) Incumbent MP Sukvichcharn Musikul[20] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP[20]
Kamphaeng Phet 2nd district Democrat Preecha Musikul (DEM) Seat held
Kamphaeng Phet 3rd district Pheu Thai Anunt Pol-unnuay (PT) Incumbent MP Sumrun Sripangwong[21] (DEM) defeated; seat held
Kamphaeng Phet 4th district Pheu Thai Parinya Roeksarai (PT) Seat held
Kanchanaburi 1st district Pheu Thai General Somchai Wissanuwong (PT) Incumbent MP Attapol Pothipipit[22] (DEM) defeated; seat held
Kanchanaburi 2nd district Bhumjaithai Chadpun Dejkijsoonthorn (DEM) Incumbent MP Suntad Jeenapak[22] (BJT) defeated; first-time MP[23]
Kanchanaburi 3rd district Democrat Surapong Piyachod (PT) Incumbent MP Parames Potarakul[22] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Kanchanaburi 4th district Pheu Thai Pracha Pothipipit (DEM) Incumbent MP Lieutenant General Ma Po-ngam (PT) stood down
Kanchanaburi 5th district Pheu Thai Srisamorn Russameeleuksret (DEM) Incumbent MP Lieutenant General Ma Po-ngam (PT) stood down; first-time MP[23]
Khon Kaen 1st district Pheu Thai Jukkarin Patdamrongjit (PT) Seat held
Khon Kaen 2nd district Pheu Thai Poom Sarapol (PT) Seat held
Khon Kaen 3rd district Pheu Thai Jatuporn Jareonchua (PT) Incumbent MP Panya Sripanya[24] (BJT) defeated; seat held
Khon Kaen 4th district
(Tambon Ban Kho, Tambon Samran, Tambon Non Thon, Tambon Sawathi, Khao Suan Kwang, Ubolratana and Ban Fang)
Bhumjaithai Mookda Pongsombut (PT) Incumbent MP Prajak Glawgraharn (BJT) stood down
Khon Kaen 5th district Pheu Thai Suchai Srisurapo (PT) Seat held
Khon Kaen 6th district Pheu Thai Somsak Kiatsuranont (Speaker) Seat held; previously elected as Pheu Thai
Khon Kaen 7th district Pheu Thai Nawat Tohjareonsook (PT) Seat held
Khon Kaen 8th district Pheu Thai Duangkhae Unnoppon (PT) Seat held
Khon Kaen 9th district Pheu Thai Lieutenant Preechapol Pongpanit (PT) Seat held
Khon Kaen 10th district Pheu Thai Ruangdej Su-punfai (PT) Seat held
Krabi 1st district Democrat Sakorn Kiewkhong (DEM) Seat held
Krabi 2nd district Democrat Suchin Engchuan (DEM) Incumbent MP Arcom Engchuan stood down to run at party-list proportional representation;[25] seat held; first-time MP
Krabi 3rd district Democrat Pichet Panvichatikul (DEM) Seat held

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Lampang 1st district Pheu Thai Sompoj Saitep (PT) Seat held
Lampang 2nd district Pheu Thai Wasit Payacaboot (PT) Seat held
Lampang 3rd district Pheu Thai Jarus-rit Jandrasurin (PT) Seat held
Lampang 4th district Pheu Thai Ittirut Jandrasurin (PT) Seat held
Lamphun 1st district Pheu Thai Sa-nguan Pongmanee (PT) Seat held
Lamphun 2nd district Pheu Thai Satapon Maneerut (PT) Seat held
Loei 1st district Pheu Thai Preecha Rengsomboonsuk (PT) Incumbent MP Pattana Sungkasub (BJT) disqualified;[26] seat held
Loei 2nd district Pheu Thai Nuntana Timsuwan (PT) Seat held
Loei 3rd district Pheu Thai Plengmanee Rengsomboonsuk (PT) Seat held
Loei 4th district Pheu Thai Wanchai Boossaba (PT) First-time MP
Lopburi 1st district Democrat Pichai Kiatwinaisakul[27] (PT) Incumbent MP Pongsri Tarapoom[27] (DEM) defeated; First-time MP
Lopburi 2nd district Chartthaipattana Mallika Jirapunvanich (BJT) Incumbent MP Suchart Lainumngern[28] (PT) defeated; seat held; previously elected as Chartthaipattana
Lopburi 3rd district Pheu Thai Amnuay Klungpa (PT) Seat held
Lopburi 4th district Pheu Thai Kiat Luangkachornwit (BJT) Incumbent MP Niyom Vorapanya (PT) stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; first-time MP

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Mae Hong Son 1st district Democrat Sombut Yasin (DEM) Seat held
Maha Sarakham 1st district Pheu Thai Surajit Yontrakul (PT) Seat held
Maha Sarakham 2nd district Pheu Thai Chaiwat Tinarut (PT) Seat held
Maha Sarakham 3rd district Bhumjaithai Yuttapong Jarussatien (PT) Incumbent MP Suchart Chokchaiwattanakorn (BJT) stood down to run at party-list proportional representation[29]
Maha Sarakham 4th district Pheu Thai Jirawat Siripanich (PT) Seat held
Mukdahan 1st district Bhumjaithai Anurak Tangpanithanont (PT) Former Ruam Chart Pattana MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Wornsulee Suwanparisut[30] defeated; first-time MP
Mukdahan 2nd district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Boontin Pratoomlee (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Wittaya Buddeewong[31] defeated; first-time MP

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Nakhon Nayok 1st district Pheu Thai Wuttichai Kittitanaesuan (BJT) Seat held; previously elected as Pheu Thai
Nakhon Pathom 1st district Democrat Lieutenant Colonel Sinthop Kaewpijit (CTP) Incumbent MP Marut Boonmee (DEM) stood down to run at Nakhon Pathom 5th district;[32] first-time MP[33]
Nakhon Pathom 2nd district Pheu Thai Ruttakorn Jenkitnarong (PT) Seat held
Nakhon Pathom 3rd district Pheu Thai Korkiat Siriyasatien (PT) Seat held
Nakhon Pathom 4th district Pheu Thai Anucha Sasomsub (PT) Seat held
Nakhon Pathom 5th district Pheu Thai Padermchai Sasomsub (PT) Incumbent MP Marut Boonmee (DEM) defeated; seat held
Nakhon Phanom 1st district Bhumjaithai Yutthajuck Ruengworaboon (PT) Incumbent MP Suphachai Posu[34] (BJT) defeated; first-time MP[34]
Nakhon Phanom 2nd district Pheu Thai Manapon Jaroensri (PT) Incumbent MP Suriya Promdee stood down; first-time MP
Nakhon Phanom 3rd district Pheu Thai Paijit Sriworakan (PT) Seat held
Nakhon Phanom 4th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Chukan Kulwongsa (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Alongkot Maneekat defeated; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 1st district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Wannarat Channukul (CPN[35]) Seat held; previously elected as Ruam Chart Pattana
Nakhon Ratchasima 2nd district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Watcharapol Thomornsak (CPN) Seat held; previously elected as Ruam Chart Pattana
Nakhon Ratchasima 3rd district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Prasert Boonchaisuk (CPN) Seat held; previously elected as Ruam Chart Pattana
Nakhon Ratchasima 4th district Chart Pattana Tasaneeya Ratanasate (PT) Seat held; previously elected as Ruam Chart Pattana
Nakhon Ratchasima 5th district Bhumjaithai Kosol Pattama (PT) Incumbent MP Pirom Polwiset (BJT)[36] defeated; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 6th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Suchart Pinyo[37] (PT) Incumbent MP Somchai Chadpattanasiri (CPN) defeated; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 7th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Atirut Ratanasate (PT) Incumbent MP Second lieutenant Ranongrak Suvanchavee (CPN) stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 8th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Jaroonpong Pansrinakorn (PT) Incumbent MP Anuwat Wisetjindawat (CPN) defeated; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 9th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Polpee Suvanchavee (CPN) Seat held; previously elected as Puea Pandin
Nakhon Ratchasima 10th district Bhumjaithai Boonjong Wongtrairut (BJT) Seat held
Nakhon Ratchasima 11th district Bhumjaithai Sumpard Attawong (PT) Incumbent MP Jittarawan Wangsupakijkosol (BJT) defeated; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 12th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Pranom Pokum (BJT) Seat held; previously elected as Puea Pandin
Nakhon Ratchasima 13th district Matubhum Sirasit Lerdduaylarb (PT) Former Pheu Thai MP, who was running as Matubhum, Police Lieutenant Colonel Somchai Pesprasert defeated; seat held; first-time MP
Nakhon Ratchasima 14th district Pheu Thai Prasert Janruangtong (PT) Seat held
Nakhon Ratchasima 15th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Visit Pittayapon (BJT) Former Pheu Thai MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Boonlert Krutkuntod defeated
Nakhon Sawan 1 Democrat Songkarn Jitsuthipakorn (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Sawan 2 Chartthaipattana Distut Kumpragob (PT) Former Pracharaj MP, who was running as Chartthaipattana, Somchai Jareonchairit[38] and incumbent MP Somkuan Ob-om (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Nakhon Sawan 3 Pheu Thai Sunchai Wongsoonthorn (PT) Seat held
Nakhon Sawan 4 Bhumjaithai Police Lieutenant Colonel Nukul Sangsiri (PT) Incumbent MP Peeradej Siriwansant (CTP) defeated; seat held; previously elected as Bhumjaithai
Nakhon Sawan 5 Pheu Thai Tayat Kiatchusak (PT) First-time MP
Nakhon Sawan 6 Chartthaipattana Prasat Tonprasert (CPN) Incumbent MP Niroj Soonthonleka (CTP) defeated
Nakhon Si Thammarat 1st district Democrat Apichart Sakdiset (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 2nd district Democrat Narisa Aditepvorapun (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 3rd district Democrat Witthaya Kaewparadai (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 4th district Democrat Apichart Karikarn (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 5th district Democrat Prakorb Rattanapun (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 6th district Democrat Tepthai Senpong (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 7th district Democrat Chinnavorn Boonyakiat (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 8th district Democrat Surachet Massadit (DEM) Seat held
Nakhon Si Thammarat 9th district Democrat Pimpattra Vichaikul (DEM) Seat held
Nan 1st district Pheu Thai Sirinthorn Ramasute (PT) Seat held
Narathiwat 1st district
(Mueang Narathiwat District and Tak Bai)
Thaen Khun Phaendin Kuasem Kujinaming (DEM) Seat previously for Mueang Narathiwat, Yi-ngo, Bacho, Rueso, Si Sakhon, Tak Bai and Su-ngai Kolok Incumbent MP Vaemahadi Vaeda-o (TKP) stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; First-time MP
Narathiwat 2nd district
(Su-ngai Padi, Su-ngai Kolok and Waeng)
Thaen Khun Phaendin Surachet Vaeasae (DEM) Incumbent MP Vaemahadi Vaeda-o (TKP) stood down to run at party-list proportional representation
Narathiwat 3rd district Matubhum Rumree Marma (DEM) Incumbent Matubhum MP Nujmuddein Uma and Niaris Jetapiwat (CTP) defeated
Narathiwat 4th district Democrat Jeaming Totayong (DEM) Seat held
Nong Bua Lamphu 1st district Pheu Thai Pitsanu Huttasongkro (PT) Seat held
Nong Bua Lamphu 2nd district Pheu Thai Chaiya Promma (PT) Seat held
Nong Bua Lamphu 3rd district Pheu Thai Wichai Samitr (PT) Seat held
Nong Khai 1st district Pheu Thai Acting sub lieutenant Pongpun Soonthornchai (PT) Seat held
Nong Khai 2nd district Pheu Thai Somkid Baltaisong (PT) Seat held
Nong Khai 3rd district Pheu Thai Chompoo Jantatong (PT) Seat held
Nonthaburi 1st district Pheu Thai Nithat Sinon[39] (PT) Seat held
Nonthaburi 2nd district Pheu Thai Udomdet Rattanasathian[39] (PT) Seat held
Nonthaburi 3rd district Bhumjaithai Walaiphon Atchariyaprasit[39] (PT) Incumbent MP Manasak Chanprasong[39] (BJT) defeated; first-time MP
Nonthaburi 4th district Pheu Thai Montri Tangcharoentavorn[39] (PT) Incumbent MP Colonel Apiwan Wiriyachai stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Nonthaburi 5th district Democrat Wanchai Charoennonthasit[39] (PT) Incumbent MP Thotsaphon Phengsom[39] (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Nonthaburi 6th district Democrat Chalong Riewrang[39] (PT) Incumbent MP Narong Chantanapradit[39] (DEM) defeated

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Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Pathum Thani 1st district Pheu Thai Sutin Noppakum (PT) Seat held
Pathum Thani 2nd district Pheu Thai Surapong Ung-umponvilai (PT) Seat held
Pathum Thani 3rd district Pracharaj Somsak Jaikleaw (PT) Incumbent MP Chanakarn Yuenyong (RP[40]) stood down; first-time MP
Pathum Thani 4th district Pheu Thai Ponpimol Thammasarn (PT) Seat held
Pathum Thani 5th district Pheu Thai Acting sub-lieutenant Sumeth Rittakanee (PT) Seat held
Pathum Thani 6th district Pheu Thai Chuchart Harnsawat (PT) Seat held
Pattani 1st district Democrat Anwar Salae (DEM) Seat held
Pattani 2nd district Democrat Ismael Benibrohom (DEM) Seat held
Pattani 3rd district Bhumjaithai Anumut Susaror (MB[41]) Incumbent former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Nimookta Wabar defeated; first-time MP
Pattani 4th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Sommut Benjaluck (BJT) Incumbent MP Yusree Susaror (CPN) stood down; first-time MP
Phang Nga 1st district Democrat Kantawan Tontian Kuljanyawiwat (DEM) Seat held
Phatthalung 1st district Democrat Supatcharee Thammapetr (DEM) Seat held
Phatthalung 2nd district Democrat Nipit Intarasombut (DEM) Seat held
Phatthalung 3rd district Democrat Naris Khumnurak (DEM) Seat held
Phayao 1st district Pheu Thai Arunee Chumnarnya (PT) Seat held
Phayao 2nd district Pheu Thai Wisut Chainaroon (PT) Seat held
Phayao 3rd district Pheu Thai Pairoj Tonbunjong (PT) Seat held
Phetchabun 1st district Chartthaipattana Sutus Jansangsri (PT) Incumbent MP Vijit Ponpruettipun (CTP) defeated
Phetchabun 2nd district Pheu Thai Juckkarut Puachuay (PT) Seat held
Phetchabun 3rd district Pheu Thai Yupparach Buain (DEM) Incumbent MP Narongkorn Chawalsuntati (PT) defeated; first-time MP
Phetchabun 4th district Pheu Thai Wanpen Prompat (PT) Seat held
Phetchabun 5th district Pheu Thai Surasak Anunkapant (PT) Seat held
Phetchabun 6th district Pheu Thai Iam Tongjaisod (PT) Seat held
Phetchaburi 1st district Democrat Attapon Pollabutr (DEM) Incumbent MP Alongkorn Pollabutr stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Phetchaburi 2nd district Democrat Kumpol Supapang (DEM) Seat held
Phetchaburi 3rd district Democrat Apichart Supapang (DEM) Seat held
Phichit 1st district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Vinai Pattaraprasit (CTP) Seat held; previously elected as Ruam Chart Pattana
Phichit 2nd district Democrat Narapat Kaewtong (DEM) Seat held
Phichit 3rd district Chartthaipattana Siriwat Kachornprasart (CTP) Seat held
Phitsanulok 1st district Democrat Warong Dechkijwikrom (DEM) Seat held
Phitsanulok 2nd district Chartthaipattana Noppol Luangtongtara (PT) Incumbent MP Montchai Wiwattanart (CTP) defeated; first-time MP
Phitsanulok 3rd district Democrat Juti Kraileuk (DEM) Seat held
Phitsanulok 4th district Pheu Thai Niyom Changpinij (PT) Seat held
Phitsanulok 5th district Democrat Makorn Machim (DEM) Seat held
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 1st district Chartthaipattana Kuakul Darnchaivijitr (CTP) Incumbent MP Surachet Chaigosol (PT) defeated; seat held
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 2nd district Pheu Thai Pong Cheewanun (PT) Seat held
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 3rd district Pheu Thai Surasak Punjaroenworakul (PT) Seat held
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 4th district Pheu Thai Wittaya Buranasiri (PT) Seat held
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 5th district Pheu Thai Ong-art Wachirapong (PT) Incumbent MP Surachet Chaigosol stood down to run at Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 1st district; seat held; first-time MP
Phrae 1st district Pheu Thai Parnhatai Saereeruk (PT) Seat held
Phrae 2nd district Pheu Thai Niyom Vivattanadiskul (PT) Seat held
Phrae 3rd district Pheu Thai Worawaj Auaapinyakul (PT) Seat held
Phuket 1st district Democrat Anchalee Wanich Theppabutr (DEM) Incumbent MP Tossapon Theppabutr stood down; seat held
Phuket 2nd district Democrat Rewat Areerob (DEM) Seat held
Prachinburi 1st district Bhumjaithai Amnart Vilawan (BJT) Seat held
Prachinburi 2nd district Social Action Chayut Pummakarnjana (CTP) Seat held; previously elected as Social Action
Prachinburi 3rd district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Paecharin Siangjaroen (BJT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Kongkris Hongwilai defeated; first-time MP
Prachuap Khiri Khan 1st district Democrat Montri Panoinont (DEM) Seat held
Prachuap Khiri Khan 2nd district Democrat Chelermchai Srion (DEM) Seat held
Prachuap Khiri Khan 3rd district Democrat Pramual Pongtavaradech (DEM) Seat held

R[edit]

Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Ranong 1st district Democrat Wirach Romyen (DEM) Seat held
Ratchaburi 1st district Bhumjaithai Manit Nopamornbodee (BJT) Seat held
Ratchaburi 2nd district Democrat Boonying Nitikarnjana (BJT) Incumbent MP Samart Piriyapunyapon (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Ratchaburi 3rd district Democrat Pareena Kraikoopt (CTP) Incumbent MP Preechaya Kumjaroen (DEM) defeated
Ratchaburi 4th district Democrat Chaworalut Chinthammamitr[42] (BJT) Incumbent MP Yossak Cheevawinyu (DEM) defeated
Ratchaburi 5th district Chartthaipattana Boondumrong Prasertsopa (BJT) Incumbent MP Pareena Pajareeyangkul (CTP) stood down; first-time MP
Rayong 1st district Democrat Satit Pitudecha (DEM) Seat held
Rayong 2nd district Democrat Bunyat Jettanajan (DEM) Seat held
Rayong 3rd district Democrat Tara Pitudecha (DEM) Seat held
Rayong 4th district Democrat Vichai Lumsutti (DEM) Seat held
Roi Et 1st district Pheu Thai Warapong Punsila (PT) Seat held
Roi Et 2nd district Pheu Thai Chalard Karmchuang (PT) Seat held
Roi Et 3rd district Pheu Thai Niramit Sujaree (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Rutchanee Polsue defeated; seat held
Roi Et 4th district Pheu Thai Nirun Namuangruck (PT)
Roi Et 5th district Pheu Thai Aim-on Sintuprai (PT) Incumbent MP Piyarach Muensan stood down; first-time MP
Roi Et 6th district Pheu Thai Kitti Somsub (PT) Seat held
Roi Et 7th district Pheu Thai Sakda Kongpetch (PT) Seat held
Roi Et 8th district Pheu Thai Seksit Wainiyompong (PT) Seat held

S[edit]

Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Sa Kaeo 1st district Pracharaj Tanis Thienthong (PT) Seat held; previously elected as Pracharaj
Sa Kaeo 2nd district Pracharaj Treenuch Thienthong (PT) Seat held; previously elected as Pracharaj
Sa Kaeo 3rd district Pracharaj Sorawong Thienthong (PT) Seat held; previously elected as Pracharaj
Sakon Nakhon 1st district Bhumjaithai Apichart Teerasawasdichai (PT) Incumbent MP Taweewat Ritruechai (BJT) stood down
Sakon Nakhon 2nd district Pheu Thai Niyom Vejkama (PT) Seat held
Sakon Nakhon 3rd district Bhumjaithai Naris Tongtirach (PT) Incumbent MP Chalermchart Karoon (BJT) defeated
Sakon Nakhon 4th district Pheu Thai Pattana Sappaso (PT) First-time MP
Sakon Nakhon 5th district Pheu Thai Anuruk Boonsol (PT) Seat held
Sakon Nakhon 6th district Pheu Thai Seri Saranun (PT) Former Pheu Thai MP, who was running as Democrat, Joompot Boonyai defeated; seat held
Sakon Nakhon 7th district Pheu Thai Kasem Aooppara (PT) Seat held
Samut Prakan 1st district Pheu Thai Aroonluck Kijlertpairoj (PT) Seat held
Samut Prakan 2nd district Pheu Thai Prasert Chaikijdennapalai (PT) Seat held
Samut Prakan 3rd district Pheu Thai Anusara Youngtrong (PT) Seat held
Samut Prakan 4th district Pheu Thai Worachai Hayma (PT) Former Pheu Thai MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Jirapat Limsakulsirirut defeated; seat held; first-time MP
Samut Prakan 5th district Pheu Thai Saliltip Sukkawat (PT) Former Pheu Thai MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Krungsriwilai Sutinpeuk defeated; seat held
Samut Prakan 6th district Pheu Thai Rewadee Rassamitat (BJT) Incumbent MP Naruemon Tharndamrong (PT) defeated
Samut Prakan 7th district Pheu Thai Pracha Prasobdee (PT) Seat held
Samut Sakhon 1st district Democrat Kanchit Tubsuwan (DEM) Seat held
Samut Sakhon 2nd district Democrat Boonchu Niltanom (PT) Incumbent MP Lieutenant commander Sutham Rahong (DEM) defeated; first-time MP
Samut Sakhon 3rd district Pheu Thai Nitirut Soonthornvorn (DEM) Incumbent MP Montol Kraiwatnasorn (PT) defeated; first-time MP
Samut Songkhram 1st district Democrat Rungsima Rodrassamee (DEM) Seat held
Saraburi 1st district Democrat Kallaya Rungvijitchai (DEM) Seat held
Saraburi 2nd district Pheu Thai Auttapol Wongprayoon (PT) Former Pheu Thai MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Sub-lieutenant Parapol Adireksarn defeated; seat held; first-time MP
Saraburi 3rd district Democrat Watcharapong Kuvijitsuwan (BJT) Seat held; previously elected as Democrat
Saraburi 4th district Pheu Thai Ong-art Wongprayoon (PT) Seat held; previously elected as Democrat
Satun 1st district Democrat Thanin Jaisamutr (CTP) Incumbent MP Asi Mahamadyoungkee (DEM) defeated
Satun 2nd district Democrat Horchalee Marem (DEM) Seat held
Sing Buri 1st district Chartthaipattana Surasarn Pasuk (PT) Former Democrat MP, who was running as Chartthaipattana, Chotiwut Thanakamanusorn defeated; first-time MP
Sisaket 1st district Pheu Thai Thanet Kruarut (PT) Seat held
Sisaket 2nd district Pheu Thai Surachart Charnpradit (PT) Seat held
Sisaket 3rd district Bhumjaithai Udomluck Pengnorapat (BJT) Seat held
Sisaket 4th district Pheu Thai Wiwatchai Hotrawaisaya (PT) Seat held
Sisaket 5th district Pheu Thai Teera Traisaranakul (PT) Seat held
Sisaket 6th district Pheu Thai Weerapol Jitsumrit (PT) Seat held
Sisaket 7th district New Aspiration Manop Jarusdumrongrit (PT) Former Pracharaj MP, who was running as New Aspiration, Jirawadee Jungwaranont defeated
Sisaket 8th district Pheu Thai Paween Saejung (PT) Seat held
Songkhla 1st district Democrat Jua Ratchasee (DEM) Seat held
Songkhla 2nd district Democrat Pirapol Laparojkij (DEM) Incumbent MP Larbsak Laparojkij stood down; seat held
Songkhla 3rd district Democrat Wirat Kunlayasiri (DEM) Seat held
Songkhla 4th district Democrat Chaiwut Pongpaew (DEM) Seat held
Songkhla 5th district Democrat Prapon Ake-uru (DEM) Seat held
Songkhla 6th district Democrat Thaworn Senniam (DEM) Seat held
Songkhla 7th district Democrat Sirichok Sopa (DEM) Seat held
Songkhla 8th district Democrat Police Major General Surin Palare (DEM) Incumbent MP Naracha Suwit stood down; seat held
Sukhothai 1st district Democrat Wirat Viriyapong (DEM) Seat held
Sukhothai 2nd district Democrat Sumpun Tangbenjapol (DEM) Seat held
Sukhothai 3rd district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Juckkrawal Chaiwirutnukul (BJT) Former Social Action MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Somjet Limpapun defeated; first-time MP
Sukhothai 4th district Chartthaipattana Manoo Pookprasert (BJT) Incumbent MP Araya Choomduang (CTP) defeated; first-time MP
Suphan Buri 1st district Chartthaipattana Sorrachud Sujitt (CTP) Incumbent MP Nitiwat Jansawang stood down; seat held; first-time MP
Suphan Buri 2nd district Chartthaipattana Charnchai Prasertsuwan (CTP) Seat held
Suphan Buri 3rd district Chartthaipattana Noppadol Martsri (CTP) Seat held
Suphan Buri 4th district Chartthaipattana Patcharee Pothasuthon (CTP) Seat held
Suphan Buri 5th district Chartthaipattana Saharut Kulsri (PT) Incumbent MP Jayraja Tiengtham (CTP) stood down; first-time MP
Surat Thani 1st district Democrat Thanee Thaugsuban (DEM) Seat held
Surat Thani 2nd district Democrat Suthep Thaugsuban (DEM) Seat held
Surat Thani 3rd district Democrat Sopa Karnjana (DEM) Incumbent MP Prapon Nilwatcharamanee stood down; seat held; first-time MP
Surat Thani 4th district Democrat Chain Thaugsuban (DEM) Seat held
Surat Thani 5th district Democrat Sinit Lertkrai (DEM) Seat held
Surat Thani 6th district Democrat Theerapat Pringsulka (DEM) Incumbent MP Nipa Pringsulka stood down; seat held; first-time MP
Surin 1st district Bhumjaithai Pakorn Mungjaroenpon (BJT) Seat held
Surin 2nd district Bhumjaithai Piyada Mungjaroenpon (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Kittisak Rungtanakiat defeated; first-time MP
Surin 3rd district Bhumjaithai Kunakorn Preechachanachai (PT) First-time MP
Surin 4th district Bhumjaithai Teeyai Poonsrithanakul (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Sathit Tepwongsirirut and incumbent MP Kunnikar Jaroenpun (CTP) defeated
Surin 5th district Bhumjaithai Kroomanit Sungpum (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Yunyong Ruampattana defeated
Surin 6th district Bhumjaithai Police Sergeant Prasit Chaisriya (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chartthaipattana, Theeratut Tiewjaroensopa and Former Matubhum MP, who was running as Bhumjaithai, Farida Sulaimarn (BJT) defeated; first-time MP
Surin 7th district Bhumjaithai Sombut Srisurin (PT) Incumbent MP Lertsak Tussanasetr (BJT) defeated
Surin 8th district Bhumjaithai Chusak Aektong (PT) Incumbent Suparuck Kuanha (BJT) defeated; first-time MP

T[edit]

Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Tak 1st district Democrat Tianchai Suwanpen (DEM) Seat held
Tak 2nd district Democrat Chaiwut Bunnawat (DEM) Seat held
Tak 3rd district Democrat Tanitpol Chaiyanun (DEM) Seat held
Trang 1st district Democrat Sukij Uttopakorn (DEM) Seat held
Trang 2nd district Democrat Satit Wongnongtoey (DEM) Seat held
Trang 3rd district Democrat Somchai Losataponpipit (DEM) Seat held
Trang 4th district Democrat Somboon Utaiwiankul (DEM) Seat held
Trat 1st district Democrat Teera Saluckpetch (DEM) Seat held

U[edit]

Constituency Notional incumbent Member returned Notes
Ubon Ratchathani 1st district Pheu Thai Worasit Kaltinunt (PT) Seat held
Ubon Ratchathani 2nd district Democrat Supachai Srila (DEM) Seat held
Ubon Ratchathani 3rd district Democrat Wuttipong Nambutr (DEM) Seat held
Ubon Ratchathani 4th district Pheu Thai Supol Fongngam (PT) Seat held
Ubon Ratchathani 5th district Pheu Thai Suttichai Jaroonnetr (PT) Seat held
Ubon Ratchathani 6th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Pisit Suntapun (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Udon Tongprasert defeated; first-time MP
Ubon Ratchathani 7th district Pheu Thai Chuwit Pitakponpunlop (PT) Seat held
Ubon Ratchathani 8th district Democrat Boonthida Somchai (DEM) Incumbent MP Issara Somchai stood down to run at party-list proportional representation; seat held; first-time MP
Ubon Ratchathani 9th district Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Punya Jintavech (PT) Former Puea Pandin MP, who was running as Chart Pattana Puea Pandin, Suchart Tontiwanichchanont defeated
Ubon Ratchathani 10th district Chartthaipattana Somkid Chueakong (PT) Incumbent MP Udon Jintavech defeated; first-time MP
Ubon Ratchathani 11th district Chartthaipattana Tun Jintavech (CTP) Seat held
Udon Thani 1st district Bhumjaithai Sarawut Petchpanompon (PT) Incumbent MP Cherdchai Vichienwan (BJT) stood down to run at Udon Thani 2nd district
Udon Thani 2nd district Pheu Thai Police Lieutenant Colonel Suratin Pimarnmaykin (PT) Incumbent MP Cherdchai Vichienwan (BJT) defeated; seat held
Udon Thani 3rd district Pheu Thai Anun Sripun (PT) Seat held
Udon Thani 4th district Pheu Thai Kajit Chainikom (PT)
Udon Thani 5th district Pheu Thai Tongdee Manissarn (PT) Seat held
Udon Thani 6th district Pheu Thai Kiatudom Maynasawas (PT) Seat held
Udon Thani 7th district Pheu Thai Jakkapat Chaiyasarn (PT) Seat held
Udon Thani 8th district Pheu Thai Kriengsak Faisee-ngram (PT) Seat held
Udon Thani 9th district Pheu Thai Tiepjutha Kaokham (PT) Incumbent MP Vichien Kaokham stood down; seat held; first-time MP

Changes & by-elections[edit]

  • Acting sub-lieutenant Sumeth Rittakanee (PT, Pathum Thani 5th district) resigned his Pathum Thani 5th district seat on 8 March 2012 in order to contest in Pathum Thani Provincial Administration Organization election. At a by-election on 21 April 2012, Kiattisak Songsaeng (DEM) was elected to replace him.
  • Chinnicha Wongsawat (PT, Chiang Mai 3rd district) was banned from politics 5 years by supreme court on 19 April 2012.[43] At the by-election on 2 June 2012, Kasem Nimmolrat was elected to replace her.
  • Satapon Maneerut (PT, Lamphun 2nd district) died of nephropathy on 14 July 2012. At the by-election on 26 August 2012, Rangsan Maneerat was elected to replace him.
  • Kiat Luangkachornwit (BJT, Lopburi 4th district) was disqualified by supreme court on 28 December 2012.[44] At the by-election on 9 February 2013, Pahol Vorapanya (PT) was elected to replace him.
  • Suthep Thaugsuban (DEM, Surat Thani 2nd district), Thaworn Senniam (DEM, Songkhla 6th district), Satit Wongnongtoey (DEM, Trang 2nd district), Witthaya Kaewparadai (DEM, Nakhon Si Thammarat 3rd district), Issara Somchai (DEM, Party-list), Chumpol Junsai (DEM, Chumphon 1st district), Putthipong Poonnagunt (DEM, Bangkok 7th district), Ekkanat Promphan (DEM, Bangkok 29th district) and Natthapol Theepsuwan (DEM, Bangkok 26th district) resigned on 11 November 2013 in order to lead 2013 Thai protests.[45]

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