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Western Australian state election, 1927

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26 March 1927  1930 →
27 seats  23 seats
0  0
Start date  March 26, 1927
16 April 1917  17 May 1919
27 seats  23 seats
45.33%  52.82%
Western Australian state election, 1927
Winner  Philip Collier

Elections were held in the state of Western Australia on 26 March 1927 to elect all 50 members to the Legislative Assembly. The incumbent Labor Party government, led by Premier Philip Collier, won a second term in government against the United-Country opposition, led by Opposition Leader James Mitchell.


1 210,949 electors were enrolled to vote at the election, but 9 of the 50 seats were uncontested, with 16,862 electors enrolled in those seats. All 9 of these seats were held by Labor.
  • The United Party operated as a combination of the Nationalist Party and the Majority Country Party from the previous election. (the Country Party had split in 1923 into Executive and Majority factions).
  • References

    Western Australian state election, 1927 Wikipedia

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