The 1967 Hong Kong Urban Council election was held on 7 June 1967 for the five of the ten elected seats of the Urban Council of Hong Kong. A record of 38.7 per cent turnout as 10,130 of the 26,202 eligible voters came out and cast their ballots, in the middle of the Leftists' disturbances.
5 (of the 10) elected seats to the Urban Council
|Turnout||10,130 (38.66%) 16.54pp|
Incumbent Dr. Raymond Harry Shoon Lee, also the Reform Club vice-chairman who had earlier announced his intention retired, left Hong Kong for permanent residence abroad and his vacancy was taken by Woo Po-shing, while prominent activist Elsie Elliott who left the Club earlier and ran as an independent received the highest votes. The other newcomer was independent Dr. Denny Huang who defeated incumbent Cheung Wing-in of the Hong Kong Civic Association.
|Independent||Denny Huang Mong-hwa||5,197||13.01||New|
|Civic||Peter Chi-kwan Chan||2,145||5.37|
|Reform||Napoleon Chung-yiu Ng||1,770||4.43|
|Reform||Patrick Pak-toh Wong||1,611||4.03|
|Labour||George S. Kennedy Skipton||1,262||3.16|
|Reform||Billy K. S. Leong||646||1.62|
|Independent||Y. B. Low||569||1.42|
- "選舉議員票數逾萬張 至今晨一時半選票始核計完畢". 香港工商日報. 1967-06-08. p. 6.
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