Croatian parliamentary election, 1908


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Early parliamentary elections were held in the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia on 27 and 28 February 1908, after being called by Ban Pavao Rauch1

Resultsedit

Party Votes % Seats %
Croat-Serb Coalition 17,723 4964% 56 6363%
  • Croatian People's Progressive Party
1,528 4,28% 4 454%
  • Party of Rights
9,387 26,29% 23 2614%
  • Serb Independent Party
3,088 8,65% 19 2159%
  • Independent Club
3,720 10,42% 10 1136%
Starčević's Party of Rights 9,254 2592% 24 2727%
Croatian People's Peasant Party 1,135 318% 3 341%
Serb People's Radical Party 3,006 842% 2 227%
Constitutional Party 1,729 484% 0 0%
Social-Democrats 837 234% 1 114%
Independents 2,021 566% 2 227%
Total 35,705 100% 88 100%
Registered Voters/Turnout 48,572 7351%

By constituencyedit

Constituency Elected Deputy Party
Zagreb I Đuro Šurmin Croatian People's Progressive Party
Zagreb II Miroslav Kulmer Independent Club
Zagreb III Ivan Peršić Starčević's Party of Rights

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