Croatian parliamentary election, 1906

Croatian parliamentary election, 1906
Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia
3–5 May 1906

88 seats to the Sabor
Turnout 73.35%
  First party Second party Third party
Leader Nikola Tomašić Frano Supilo Josip Frank
Party People's Party Croat-Serb Coalition Starčević's Party of Rights
Seats won
37 / 88
32 / 88
19 / 88
Seat change Decrease 36 Increase 21 Increase 17

Results of the election in each of the electoral districts in 8 counties of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia: the party with the plurality of votes in each district.
  People's Party   Starčević's Party of Rights   Party of Rights
  Serb Independent Party   Croatian People's Progressive Party
  Serb People's Radical Party   Independent
1906 election results based on the majority of seats in each County of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia
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Parliamentary elections were held in the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia on 3, 4 and 5 May 1906. 45,381 people were entitled to vote in the elections. People's Party gained 37 seats, Croat-Serb Coalition 32 seats, and Starčević's Party of Rights of Josip Frank won 19.[1] On 30 April Nikola Tomašić, leader of the People's Party, renounced his candidature and left politics for a short time.[2]


Party Votes % Seats %
People's Party 37 42.04%
Croat-Serb Coalition 32 36.36%
(16) (18.18%)
(6) (6.82%)
  • Croatian People's Progressive Party
(2) (2.27%)
(2) (2.27%)
  • Independent candidates
(6) (6.82%)
Starčević's Party of Rights 19 21.59%
Total 33,289 100% 88 100%
Registered Voters/Turnout 45,381 73.35%


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