Waipawa by-election, 1930

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Waipawa by-election, 1930
New Zealand
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Turnout 7,197
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Candidate Albert Jull William Tucker
Party United Reform
Popular vote 3,747 3,450
Percentage 52.06 47.93

Member before election

George Hunter
Reform

Elected Member

Albert Jull
United

The Waipawa by-election of 1930 was a by-election for the rural Hawke's Bay electorate of Waipawa held on 8 October of that year during the 23rd New Zealand Parliament. The by-election resulted from the death of the previous member George Hunter on 20 August.

The by-election was won by Albert Jull, of the United Party. Jull had previously contested the seat unsuccessfully in 1911, 1914 and 1919 for United's predecessor, the Liberal Party. The rural seat was usually safe for the rural focused Reform Party. Reform chose William Tucker from Clive as their candidate,[1] although he was unsuccessful.

Result

The following table gives the election results:

Waipawa by-election, 1930[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
United Albert Jull 3,747 52.06
Reform William Tucker 3,450 47.93
Majority 297 4.12
Turnout 7,197
United gain from Reform Swing

References

  1. ^ "Mr William Tucker, of Clive, who is contesting the Waipawa seat in the Reform interests at the by-election next week". The Press. LXVI (20045). 29 September 1930. p. 13. Retrieved 18 October 2015. 
  2. ^ "Waipawa Seat". Auckland Star. LXI (243). 14 October 1930. p. 11. Retrieved 18 October 2015. 


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