1929 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland was held on 30 May as part of the wider general election. There were ten constituencies, seven single-seat constituencies with elected by FPTP and three two-seat constituencies with MPs elected by bloc voting.
Results [ edit ]
Nationalist Party ran in this election, having not contested the previous election in 1924. It regained the two seats in Fermanagh and Tyrone it had held from 1922 to 1924.
In the election as a whole, the
Conservative Party, which included the Ulster Unionists, led by Stanley Baldwin, lost its majority and the Labour Party formed a minority government with Ramsay MacDonald as Prime Minister.
 Adjusted votes
[a 1] %
^ Votes in constituencies using the bloc voting system are counted as 0.5 each, as each voter had one vote per seat.
MPs elected [ edit ]
By-election [ edit ]
^ Craig sat as an MP for
North Down in the Northern Ireland Parliament.
References [ edit ]