Unionist Candidate

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Vancouver-Point Grey - Electoral History 1933-1986
18th British Columbia election, 1933 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures Independent CCF Edwin Clarke Appleby 111 0.15% unknown Co-operative Commonwealth Fed ... William Arthur Pritchard 7,693 10.74% unknown Unionist William Savage 2,640 3.68% unknown Co-operative Commonwealth Fed ... Dorothy Gretchen Steeves 7,214 10.07% unknown Unionist Alice Townley 1,434 2.00% unknown Non-Partisan Independent Group George Alexander Walkem 3,694 5.15% unknown Liberal George Moir Weir 12,163 ...
Fermanagh And South Tyrone (UK Parliament Constituency) - History
... and South Tyrone has seen a precarious balance between unionist and nationalist voters, though in recent years the nationalists have had a slight majority ... Many elections have seen a candidate from one community triumph due to multiple candidates from the other community splitting the vote ... Instead, the seat was awarded to the Unionist candidate ...
John Morley, 1st Viscount Morley Of Blackburn - Political Career - Opposition To Eight Hours Working Day
... Morley told trade unionists that the only right way to limit working hours was through voluntary action from them ... of 1892, Morley did not face a labour candidate but the Eight Hours League and the Social Democratic Federation supported the Unionist candidate ... Morley kept his seat but came second to the Unionist candidate ...

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