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1929 electionsの例文

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  • In the 1929 election the party remained stable at 11 seats.
  • In the 1929 election, the BdL parliamentary presence was halved.
  • The 1929 election was carried under the same system of proportional representation.
  • The election saw a major swing to Labor from the 1929 election.
  • In the 1929 elections the ARP lost another seat.
  • Prime Minister 1929 elections and the creation of the first and second Labour governments.
  • He declined to run in the 1929 election.
  • He served as a 1929 election.
  • In Middle Party for City and Country, which won one seat in the 1929 elections.
  • He represented 1929 election but was not elected as the seat was taken by Jack Beattie.
  • Following the ALP victory at the 1929 election, Lacey was made Chair of the Public Works Committee.
  • Goff was re-elected in 1929 election, this time by the Labour candidate William Thomas Mansfield.
  • While the 1920 and 1924 municipal elections went forth relatively quietly, the 1929 election was considerably more raucous.
  • Abbott bought a property near Minister for Home Affairs in 1928, but was defeated at the 1929 elections.
  • Although the 1929 election saw the end of Malone's parliamentary career, he continued in local politics.
  • Undeterred, Jenkinson was a candidate for Toombul in the 1929 election but was again defeated by Hugh Russell.
  • The two parties formally merged in 1919, and won a quarter of the seats in the 1929 elections.
  • Shield did not stand again until 1929, when he was elected as Member of Parliament for the 1929 election.
  • The Liberals remained at the 14 seats they had in 1926, and dropped to 13 seats in the 1929 election.
  • In the 1929 election, the DCVP got 14 seats, having got 4.7 % of the national vote.
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