Parliamentary elections were held in Norway on 21 October 1918, with a second round between 4 and 11 November. The result was a victory for the Liberal Party, which won 51 of the 123 seats in the Storting. Despite receiving the most votes, the Labour Party won just 18 seats, a loss of one seat compared with the 1915 elections.
All 126 seats in the Storting
64 seats needed for a majority
|Free-minded Liberal Party||10||+9|
|Norwegian Agrarian Association||30,925||4.67||3||+2|
|Other parties and independents[a]||11,074||1.67||1||–1|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
- Other candidates included Women's electors from Oslo and priest Alfred Eiken.