1950 Irish local elections
Elections were held on 20 September 1950 for the councils of most of the counties, cities and towns of the Republic of Ireland.
The exceptions were three councils which had been elected in 1948: Dublin County Council and Kerry County Council, which were reinstated in 1948 after earlier suspension; and in Tramore, which gained town commissioners in 1948 for the first time. Bad weather on 20 September prevented election officials reaching the islands of Inishbofin, Inishmeane, Owey and Tory in County Donegal, so polling was held there on a later date.
|Party||Seats||±||First pref. votes||% FPV||±%|
|Clann na Talmhan|
|Clann na Poblachta|
|Independent and others|
- "S.I. No. 49/1950 - Local Elections (Date of Elections), Order, 1950". Irish Statute Book. Retrieved 5 February 2017.
- Election, Ireland. "Irish 1950 Local Election Results, Counts, Stats and Analysis - Party Share".
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- Chubb, Basil. "The Government & Politics of Ireland". Stanford University Press – via Google Books.
- "Fianna Fáil gains in Kerry polls". Irish Press. Dublin. 9 October 1948. p. 1.
- Young, Tom (10 April 2008). "Town Council celebrates 60th anniversary". Munster Express. Retrieved 5 February 2016.
- "S.I. No. 239/1950 - Local Elections (Removal of Difficulty) Order, 1950". electronic Irish Statute Book.
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