1921 General Election
|1921 general election: Clare|
|Sinn Féin||Patrick Brennan||Unopposed||N/A||1|
|Sinn Féin||Éamon de Valera||Unopposed||N/A||2|
|Sinn Féin||Sean Liddy||Unopposed||N/A||3|
|Sinn Féin||Brian O'Higgins||Unopposed||N/A||4|
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