1910 Liechtenstein general election

General elections were held in Liechtenstein in July and August 1910.

ElectorsEdit

Electors were selected through elections that were held between 23 and 28 July. Each municipality had two electors for every 100 inhabitants.

Municipality Electors +/–
Balzers 26 0
Eschen 20 –2
Gamprin 8 0
Mauren 22 0
Planken 2 0
Ruggell 12 0
Schaan 22 0
Schellenberg 8 –2
Triesen 24 +2
Triesenberg 24 0
Vaduz 24 +2
Total 192 0
Source: Vogt[1]

ResultsEdit

The election of Oberland's Landtag members and substitutes was held on 2 August in Vaduz. Of Oberland's 122 electors, 117 were present. Oberland elected seven Landtag members and three substitutes.

The election of Unterland's Landtag members and substitutes was held on 4 August in Mauren. Of Unterland's 70 electors, 69 were present. Unterland elected five Landtag members and two substitute.

Electoral district Seats Electors Turnout Ballots Elected members Elected substitutes
Oberland 7 122 117 1st
  • Xaver Bargetze
  • Franz Josef Beck
  • Alfons Brunhart
  • Albert Schädler
  • Franz Schlegel
  • Friedrich Walser
  • Emil Wolfinger
2nd Josef Gassner
3rd
  • Luzius Gassner
  • Albert Wolfinger
Unterland 5 70 69 1st
  • Emil Batliner
  • Franz Josef Hoop
  • Jakob Kaiser
  • Lorenz Kind
  • Franz Josef Marxer
  • Gebhard Schädler
  • Johann Wohlwend
2nd
3rd
Source: Vogt[1]

Franz Schlegel did not accept his election as a Landtag member for Oberland and was replaced by Josef Gassner.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Vogt, Paul (1987). 125 Jahre Landtag. Vaduz: Landtag of the Principality of Liechtenstein.