Irish local elections, 1934

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The 1934 Irish local elections were held in all the counties, cities and towns of Ireland in 1934. The election was the first test for Fine Gael, which had been formed in September 1933. Fianna Fáil won majorities in fifteen councils while Fine Gael won majorities in eight.[1]

Results[edit]

Party Seats ± First pref. votes % FPV ±%
Fianna Fáil 728
Fine Gael 596
Labour Party 185
Independent, Sinn Féin and others 371
 Total 1880 100

Detailed Results[edit]

Authority FF FG Lab Ind Other Total Result Details
Kildare 10 12 7 0 0 29[2] No overall control Details
Totals

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