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Czechoslovak legislative election, 1935 (WFAC)

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Czechoslovak legislative election, 1935
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All 300 seats in the National Assembly
19 May 1935
First party Second party Third party
Leader Rudolf Beran Konrad Henlein Antonín Hampl
Party RSZML SdP ČSSD
Last election 46 seats, 14.97% New 39 seats, 13.05%
Seats won
45 / 300
44 / 300
38 / 300
Seat change 1 seat 44 seats 1 seat
Popular vote 1,176,628 1,249,534 1,032,773
Percentage 14.29% 15.18% 12.55%
Swing 0.68% 15.18% 0.5%
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Klement Gottwald Václav Klofáč Jan Šrámek
Party KSČ ČSNS ČSL
Last election 30 seats, 10.2% 32 seats, 10.39% 25 seats, 8.44%
Seats won
30 / 300
28 / 300
22 / 300
Seat change 0 4 seats 3 seats
Popular vote 849,495 755,872 615,804
Percentage 10.32% 9.18% 7.48%
Swing 0.12% 1.14% 0.96%

ČSR National Assembly election 1935

Distribution of seats following the 1935 parliamentary election to the National Assembly.

Incumbent Prime Minister
Jan Malypetr
RSZML
Prime Minister-elect
Jan Malypetr
RSZML

Parliamentary elections were held in Czechoslovakia on 19 May 1935. The result was a victory for the newly established Sudeten German Party, which won 44 seats in the Chamber and 23 in the Senate. Funded by the German National Socialist Party (NSDAP, also known as the Nazi Party), it won over two-thirds of the vote amongst Sudeten Germans. Voter turnout was 91.9% in the Chamber election and 81.2% for the Senate.

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