Ldp Incumbent Lost

Some articles on incumbents, ldp:

Japanese House Of Councillors Election, 1998 - Results - Complete List of Prefectural Races
... Notes All incumbents not running for re-election in their prefectural electoral district are counted as retirements even if they ran in the nationwide proportional ... due to the many party realignments in the 1990s only where changed from LDP to opposition or vice versa) In the results column, independents are counted towards the party they joined in the first Diet ... Party abbreviations used Ruling party LDP Jiyūminshutō Liberal Democratic Party Opposition DPJ Minshutō, "Democratic Party", Democratic Party of Japan JCP Nihon Kyōsantō, Japanese Communist Party ...

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