NORTHERN IRELAND

NORTHERN IRELAND [134]

[Three seats]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%
19791,028,83757.0
Rev. I.R.K. Paisley
J. Hume
J.D. Taylor

H.W. West
O.J. Napier
J.A. Kilfedder
Mrs. B.J. Devlin-McAliskey
D.W. Bleakley
P.J. Devlin
E. Cummings
B. Brennan
F. Donnelly
J.E. Murray
UDUP
SDLP
UU
UU
APNI
Ind UU
Ind
Ind
Ind Lab
UPNI
Rep C/TWP
Rep C/TWP
L
170,688
140,622
68,185
56,984
39,026
38,198
33,969
9,383
6,122
3,712
3,258
1,160
932







*
*
*
*
*
*
29.8
24.6
11.9
10.0
6.8
6.7
5.9
1.6
1.1
0.6
0.6
0.2
0.2

19841,064,04564.4
Rev. I.R.K. Paisley
J. Hume
J.D. Taylor

D.G. Morrison
D.S. Cook
J.A. Kilfedder
S. Lynch
M.C.J. McGuigan
UDUP
SDLP
UU
SF
APNI
UPUP
TWP
NIEP
230,251
151,399
147,169
91,476
34,046
20,092
8,712
2,172




*
*
*
*
33.6
22.1
21.5
13.3
5.0
2.9
1.3
0.3

19891,106,85248.3
Rev. I.R.K. Paisley
J. Hume
J.F. Nicholson

D.G. Morrison
Dr. J.T. Alderdice
A.L. Kennedy
M.H. Samuel
S. Lynch
M.F. Langhammer
B.P. Caul
UDUP
SDLP
UU
SF
APNI
Ind C
NIGP
TWP
Ind Lab
Ind Lab
160,110
136,335
118,785
48,914
27,905
25,789
6,569
5,590
3,540
1,274




*
*
*
*
*
*
29.9
25.5
22.2
9.2
5.2
4.8
1.2
1.1
0.7
0.2

19941,150,30448.7
Rev. I.R.K. Paisley
J. Hume
J.F. Nicholson

Mrs. M. Clark-Glass
T. Hartley
Mrs. A. McGuinness
F. Molloy
Rev. H. Ross
Miss M.M. Boal
J.T. Lowry
N.J.A. Cusack
J.M. Anderson
Mrs. J. Campion
D.T. Kerr
Mrs. S. Thompson
M.F. Kennedy
R.G. Mooney
UDUP
SDLP
UU
APNI
SF
SF
SF
Ind
C
TWP
Ind Lab
NLP
Ind
Ind
NLP
NLP
Ind
163,246
161,992
133,459
23,157
21,273
17,195
16,747
7,858
5,583
2,543
2,464
1,418
1,088
571
454
419
400



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
29.2
28.9
23.8
4.1
3.8
3.1
3.0
1.4
1.0
0.5
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1

19991,190,16057.7
Rev. I.R.K. Paisley
J. Hume
J.F. Nicholson

M. McLaughlin
D.W. Ervine
R.L. McCartney
S. Neeson
J.M. Anderson
UDUP
SDLP
UU
SF
PUP
UKUP
APNI
NLP
192,762
190,731
119,507
117,643
22,494
20,283
14,391
998




*
*
*
*
28.4
28.1
17.6
17.3
3.3
3.0
2.1
0.2

Notes:-
1979:Devlin-McAliskey supported the right of Republican prisoners to political status.

Bleakley sought election as a 'United Community' candidate.

Devlin was the candidate of the United Labour Party, which had been formed in 1978.
1989:Langhammer sought election as a 'Labour for Representative Government' candidate.

Caul was the candidate of 'Labour '87' which had been formed in March 1987 by a merger of the United Labour Party, Northern Ireland Labour Party, Labour Party of Northern Ireland, and the Newtownabbey Labour Party.
1994:Ross was the candidate of the Ulster Independence Movement, which had been formed in 1988.

Cusack was the candidate of 'Labour', a party which had been formed in 1996 in order to prepare for a broad-based Labour Party in Northern Ireland.

Campion was the candidate of the Peace Coalition.

Kerr advocated an independent state consisting of the six Counties of Northern Ireland.

Mooney described himself as a 'Constitutional Independent'.