List of members of the Parliament of Norway, 1969–73

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List of all members of the Storting in the period 1969 to 1973. The list includes all those initially elected to the Storting.

There were a total of 150 representatives, distributed among the parties: 74 to Norwegian Labour Party, 29 to Conservative Party of Norway, 20 to Centre Party (Norway), 14 to Christian Democratic Party of Norway and 13 to Venstre (Norway).

Venstre was split during the period, and as of December 9, 1972 there were 8 representatives for Det Nye Folkepartiet and therefore 5 representatives for Venstre (Norway).

Aust-Agder[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Osmund Faremo Norwegian Labour Party
Thor Lund Norwegian Labour Party
Alfred Thommesen Conservative Party of Norway
Øyvind Bjorvatn Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.

Vest-Agder[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Salve Andreas Salvesen Norwegian Labour Party
Bent Røiseland Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.
Kolbjørn Stordrange Conservative Party of Norway
Toralf Westermoen Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Jens Haugland Norwegian Labour Party

Akershus[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Sonja Aase Ludvigsen Norwegian Labour Party
Jo Benkow Conservative Party of Norway
Tønnes Madsson Andenæs Norwegian Labour Party
Bjørn Unneberg Centre Party (Norway) Elected from a joint list consisting of Centre Party/Christian Democratic Party.
Thor Gystad Norwegian Labour Party
Rolf Presthus Conservative Party of Norway
Halfdan Hegtun Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.

Bergen[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Harry Hansen Norwegian Labour Party
Henrik J. Lisæth Conservative Party of Norway Elected from a joint list consisting of Conservative Party/Christian Democratic Party
Olav Totland Norwegian Labour Party
Asbjørn Haugstvedt Christian Democratic Party of Norway Elected from a joint list consisting of Conservative Party/Christian Democratic Party
Gunnar Garbo Venstre (Norway)

Buskerud[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Ragnar Karl Viktor Christiansen Norwegian Labour Party Appointed to the Cabinet from March 1971 to October 1972, during which time he was replaced by Egil Solin Ranheim.
Tor Oftedal Norwegian Labour Party
Bernt Ingvaldsen Conservative Party of Norway
Guri Johannessen Norwegian Labour Party Died in November 1972. Was replaced by Egil Solin Ranheim.
Erland Steenberg Centre Party (Norway)
Gunnar Thorleif Hvashovd Norwegian Labour Party
Olaf Knudson Conservative Party of Norway

Finnmark[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Valter Gabrielsen Norwegian Labour Party
Anders John Aune Norwegian Labour Party
Erling Norvik Conservative Party of Norway
Annemarie Lorentzen Norwegian Labour Party

Hedmark[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Odvar Nordli Norwegian Labour Party Appointed to the Cabinet from March 1971 to October 1972, during which time he was replaced by Aage William Søgaard.
Lars Holen Norwegian Labour Party
Karstein Seland Centre Party (Norway)
Kjell Magne Fredheim Norwegian Labour Party
Else Repål Norwegian Labour Party
Lars T. Platou Conservative Party of Norway
Harald Johan Løbak Norwegian Labour Party
Johan Østby Centre Party (Norway)

Hordaland[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Arne Nilsen Norwegian Labour Party
Ingvald Johan Ulveseth Norwegian Labour Party
Sverre L. Mo Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Kjeld Langeland Conservative Party of Norway Died in January 1973. Was replaced by Sigrid Utkilen.
Thor Myklebust Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.
Sverre Helland Centre Party (Norway)
Aksel Fossen Norwegian Labour Party
Bergfrid Fjose Christian Democratic Party of Norway Appointed to the Cabinet from 1972, during which time he was replaced by Gunnar Mjånes.
Per Hysing-Dahl Conservative Party of Norway
Olav Marås Norwegian Labour Party

Møre and Romsdal[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Alv Jakob Fostervoll Norwegian Labour Party Appointed to the Cabinet from March 1971 to October 1972, during which time he was replaced by Oskar Edøy.
Arnt Gudleik Hagen Centre Party (Norway)
Odd Vigestad Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Bjarne Flem Venstre (Norway)
Peter Kjeldseth Moe Norwegian Labour Party Died in June 1973. Was replaced by Oskar Edøy.
Kåre Stokkeland Norwegian Labour Party
Sverre Bernhard Nybø Conservative Party of Norway
Arnold Weiberg-Aurdal Centre Party (Norway)
Arne Sæter Christian Democratic Party of Norway Died in September 1973. Was replaced by Sverre Moen.
Hans Hammond Rossbach Venstre (Norway)

Nordland[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Magnus Andersen Norwegian Labour Party Appointed to the Cabinet from January to October 1972, during which time he was replaced by Eindride Sommerseth.
Margith Johanne Munkebye Norwegian Labour Party
Per Karstensen Norwegian Labour Party
Håkon Kyllingmark Conservative Party of Norway Appointed to the Cabinet until 1971, during which time he was replaced by Andreas Grimsø.
Erling Engan Centre Party (Norway)
Rolf Hellem Norwegian Labour Party
Bjarne Mørk-Eidem Norwegian Labour Party
Edmund Fjærvoll Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Walter Kåre Tjønndal Norwegian Labour Party
Johan Kleppe Venstre (Norway) Appointed to the Cabinet from 1972, during which time he was replaced by Kristian Halse.
Bodil Aakre Conservative Party of Norway
Willy Arne Wold Centre Party (Norway)

Oppland[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Thorstein Treholt Norwegian Labour Party
Per Mellesmo Norwegian Labour Party
Ola O. Røssum Centre Party (Norway)
Liv Andersen Norwegian Labour Party
Torger Hovi Norwegian Labour Party
Asbjørn Granheim Centre Party (Norway)
Rolf Furuseth Norwegian Labour Party

Oslo[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Trygve Bratteli Norwegian Labour Party Prime Minister from March 1971 to October 1972, during which time he was replaced by Thorbjørn Berntsen.
Kåre Willoch Conservative Party of Norway Appointed to the Cabinet until 1970, during which time he was replaced by Jan P. Syse.
Aase Lionæs Norwegian Labour Party
Berte Rognerud Conservative Party of Norway
Gunnar Alf Larsen Norwegian Labour Party
Erling Petersen Conservative Party of Norway
Tove Pihl Norwegian Labour Party
Egil Aarvik Christian Democratic Party of Norway Appointed to the Cabinet until 1971, during which time he was replaced by Kåre Kristiansen.
Paul Thyness Conservative Party of Norway
Einar Førde Norwegian Labour Party
Helge Seip Venstre (Norway) Appointed to the Cabinet until 1970, during which time he was replaced by Olaf Erling Kortner. Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.
Knut Frydenlund Norwegian Labour Party
Lars Roar Langslet Conservative Party of Norway

Rogaland[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Peder P. Næsheim Norwegian Labour Party Died in November 1969. Was replaced by Lulla Einrid Fossland.
Jakob Aano Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Egil Endresen Conservative Party of Norway Appointed to the Cabinet from October 1970 to March 1971, during which time he was replaced by Olle Johan Eriksen.
Edvard Magnus Edvardsen Norwegian Labour Party
Ingvar Lars Helle Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.
Karl Aasland Centre Party (Norway)
Geirmund Ihle Norwegian Labour Party
Karl J. Brommeland Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Lauritz Bernhard Sirevaag Conservative Party of Norway
Gunnar Berge Norwegian Labour Party

Sogn and Fjordane[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Sverre Johan Juvik Norwegian Labour Party
Knut Myrstad Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Paul Svarstad Conservative Party of Norway
John Austrheim Centre Party (Norway) Appointed to the Cabinet from 1972, during which time he was replaced by Ambjørg Sælthun.
Oddleif Fagerheim Norwegian Labour Party

Telemark[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Aslak Versto Norwegian Labour Party
Finn Kristensen Norwegian Labour Party
Johannes Østtveit Christian Democratic Party of Norway Elected from a joint list consisting of Centre Party/Christian Democratic Party.
Eigil Olaf Liane Norwegian Labour Party
Hallvard Eika Venstre (Norway) Appointed to Cabinet in 1970-1971 and 1972–1973, during which times he was replaced by Sigurd Kalheim. Upon split with Venstre, Kalheim joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.
Torstein Tynning Conservative Party of Norway

Troms[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Nils Kristen Jacobsen Norwegian Labour Party
Alfred Meyer Henningsen Norwegian Labour Party
Asbjørn Sjøthun Norwegian Labour Party
Martin Buvik Conservative Party of Norway
Johannes Gilleberg Centre Party (Norway) Elected from a joint list consisting of Centre Party/Christian Democratic Party.
Helge Jakobsen Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.

Nord-Trøndelag[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Leif Granli Norwegian Labour Party
Johan A. Vikan Centre Party (Norway)
Guttorm Hansen Norwegian Labour Party
Johan Støa Norwegian Labour Party
Inge Einarsen Bartnes Centre Party (Norway)
Ola H. Kveli Venstre (Norway) Upon split with Venstre, joined Det Nye Folkepartiet.

Sør-Trøndelag[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Håkon Johnsen Norwegian Labour Party
Roald Åsmund Bye Norwegian Labour Party
Otto Lyng Conservative Party of Norway
Per Borten Centre Party (Norway) Prime Minister until 1971, during which time he was replaced by Johan Syrstad.
Liv Aasen Norwegian Labour Party
Rolf Fjeldvær Norwegian Labour Party
Kristoffer Rein Christian Democratic Party of Norway
Hermund Eian Conservative Party of Norway
Einar Hole Moxnes Centre Party (Norway) Appointed to the Cabinet until 1971, during which time he was replaced by Olina Storsand, and from 1972, during which time he was replaced by Johan Syrstad.
Arne Kielland Norwegian Labour Party Joined the Socialist People's Party on 25 September 1972.

Vestfold[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Asbjørn Lillås Norwegian Labour Party
Odd Vattekar Conservative Party of Norway
Willy Jansson Norwegian Labour Party
Theodor Dyring Centre Party (Norway) Elected from a joint list consisting of Centre Party/Christian Democratic Party.
Torgeir Andersen Conservative Party of Norway
Astrid Murberg Martinsen Norwegian Labour Party
Petter Furberg Norwegian Labour Party

Østfold[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleant representatives
Ingvar Bakken Norwegian Labour Party
Arvid Johanson Norwegian Labour Party
Svenn Thorkild Stray Conservative Party of Norway Appointed to the Cabinet between 1970 and 1971, during which time he was replaced by Carl E. Wang.
Martha Frederikke Johannessen Norwegian Labour Party Died in September 1973. Was replaced by Liv Stubberud.
Thorbjørn Kultorp Norwegian Labour Party
Lars Korvald Christian Democratic Party of Norway Prime Minister from 1972, during which time he was replaced by Odd Steinar Holøs.
Anton Skulberg Centre Party (Norway) Appointed to the Cabinet from 1972, during which time he was replaced by Einar Brusevold.
Gunnar Skaug Norwegian Labour Party