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Miyagi 5rd district

Miyagi 5rd district(Miyagi Kendai 5)Japan OfHouse of Representatives general electionInConstituency.1994 (Heisei6 years)Public office election lawInstalled by revision.

region

Current area

2017 (Heisei 29)Public office election lawThe areas after the revision are as follows[1][2].. Due to the 2017 zoning change4 wardsFrom the area of ​​Matsushima-cho, Miyagi-gun and Osato-cho, Kurokawa-gun,6 wardsFrom Motoyoshi-gunMinamisanriku TownArea has moved to the 5th ward.

Area from 2013 to 2017

2013 (Heisei 25)Public office election lawThe areas from the revision to the 2017 single-seat constituency revision are as follows:[3].. With the change of ward allocation in 2013, the areas of former Sanbongi Town, Matsuyama Town, and Kashimadai Town in Osaki City have moved from 4 wards to 5 wards.

  • Ishinomaki
  • Higashi Matsushima City
  • Osaki City (former Matsuyama Town, Sanbongi Town, Kashimadai Town, Tajiri Town Area)
  • Toda District
  • Oshika

Area before 2013

1994 (Heisei 6)Public office election lawThe areas from the revision to the 2013 single-seat constituency revision are as follows:[4].

History

originally,Former Miyagi 2nd districtAmong them, the area including these 5 wards is from IshinomakiSocial DemocratsからDemocratic PartyJoin the party,First Hashimoto Cabinet OfPostal ministerAlso served asHino Ichiro OfgroundMet.

However41th House of Representatives general electionfromSingle-seat constituency systemWith the introduction, Miyagi 5th districtOshika TownHaving Shigehiko Azumi, who served as the head, as his fatherAtsushi AzumiWas officially recognized by the party, so HinoProportional Tohoku BlockTurned alone.at firstCosta Rica methodAs a result, Azumi and Hino were scheduled to run alternately from the constituencies and proportional districts, respectively, but due to the aging of Hino's supporters' association, etc.2000 Of42th House of Representatives general electionHowever, Azumi continued to run for Miyagi 5th district and has continued to protect his seats since then.Democratic Kingdomone of.In addition, nuclear power policy became an issue.2012 Of46th House of Representatives general electionIn, it is the only single-seat constituency in which the local government where the nuclear power plant is located is elected by the Democratic Party candidate.

2012 Of46th House of Representatives general electionと2014 Of47th House of Representatives general electionThen,LDPAlthough all of the candidates in the Tohoku block had a big difference in comfort, all the other candidates for the LDP in the Tohoku block were elected in the single-seat constituencies.Proportional revivalI won the prize,2017 Of48th House of Representatives general electionThen.Hope partyExcluded from official recognitionIndependentAzumi, who was forced to run in Japan, won a big victory without allowing Katsunuma to make a proportional revival.

2021 Of49th House of Representatives general electionAnd the Liberal Democratic Party is a former talentChisato MorishitaTo supportConstitutional Democratic PartyI challenged Azumi to move to, but again Azumi won overwhelmingly without allowing Morishita to make a proportional revival.

Electoral member

Election nameYearsWinnerFaction
41th House of Representatives general election1996 (8)Atsushi AzumiDemocratic Party
42th House of Representatives general election2000 (12)Democratic Party
43th House of Representatives general election2003 (15)
44th House of Representatives general election2005 (17)
45th House of Representatives general election2009 (21)
46th House of Representatives general election2012 (24)
47th House of Representatives general election2014 (26)
48th House of Representatives general election2017 (29)Independent
49th House of Representatives general election2021 (3nd year of Reiwa)Constitutional Democratic Party

Election results

49th House of Representatives general election(2021 (3nd year of Reiwa)May 10) Miyagi 5rd district

Cabinet of Time:The 1nd Kishida Cabinet Dissolution date:2021 May 10 Publication date:2021 May 10
Number of voters on the day: 25 Final turnout: 2373% (compared to the previous time:increase3.33%) (National turnout: 55.93% (increase2.25%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi59Constitutional Democratic Party前81,033 vote
56.89%
——○
Chisato Morishita40LDP新61,410 vote
43.11%
75.78%KomeitoRecommend○

Cabinet of Time:3th Abe 3nd remodeling Cabinet Dissolution date:2017 May 9 Publication date:2017 May 10
Number of voters on the day: 26 Final turnout: 3675% (compared to the previous time:increase5.86%) (National turnout: 53.68% (increase1.02%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi55Independent前89,423 vote
63.91%
——×
Shigeaki Katsunuma42LDP前50,496 vote
36.09%
56.47%Komeito,Japanese heartRecommend○
  • Katsunuma later ran for Mayor Ishinomaki, but lost to Saito.

Cabinet of Time:Second Abe remodeling Cabinet Dissolution date:2014 May 11 Publication date:2014 May 12
Number of voters on the day: 23 Final turnout: 1081% (compared to the previous time:Decrease4.71%) (National turnout: 52.66% (Decrease6.66%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi52Democratic Party前64,753 vote
59.51%
——○
RatioShigeaki Katsunuma40LDP前34,293 vote
31.52%
52.96%Komeito recommendation○
Naoya Takamura31Japan Communist Party新9,763 vote
8.97%
15.08%
  • Miyo Okubo, a former Liberal Democratic Party, was revoked from official recognition prior to this election and dismissed the branch chief.On behalf of the 46thProportional Hokkaido blockKatsunuma, who was elected alone, moved in and became a candidate.

Cabinet of Time:Noda Third Remodeling Cabinet Dissolution date:2012 May 11 Publication date:2012 May 12
Number of voters on the day: 21 Final turnout: 1113% (compared to the previous time:Decrease15.62%) (National turnout: 59.32% (Decrease9.96%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi50Democratic Party前62,928 vote
57.86%
——○
RatioMiyo Okubo36LDP新30,138 vote
27.71%
47.89%Komeito recommendation○
Nobuko Abe49Japan Future Party新8,029 vote
7.38%
12.76%○
Masaaki Watanabe59Japan Communist Party新6,046 vote
5.56%
9.61%
Hirotoshi Shuto53Independent新1,621 vote
1.49%
2.58%×
  • Shuto ran for the 2013 Ishinomaki City Council by-election and was elected.

Cabinet of Time:Aso Cabinet Dissolution date:2009 May 7 Publication date:2009 May 8
Number of voters on the day: 22 Final turnout: 6277% (compared to the previous time:increase0.91%) (National turnout: 69.28% (increase1.77%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi47Democratic Party前89,484 vote
58.57%
——○
Masami Saito54LDP新63,303 vote
41.43%
70.74%○

Cabinet of Time:Third Koizumi remodeling cabinet Dissolution date:2005 May 8 Publication date:2005 May 8
Number of voters on the day: 23 Final turnout: 833% (compared to the previous time:increase4.57%) (National turnout: 67.51% (increase7.65%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi43Democratic Party前78,205 vote
50.66%
——○
Masami Saito50LDP新68,485 vote
44.36%
87.57%○
Hiroshi Takano62Japan Communist Party新7,691 vote
4.98%
9.83%

Cabinet of Time:1st Koizumi 2st remodeling cabinet Dissolution date:2003 May 10 Publication date:2003 May 10
Number of voters on the day: 23 Final turnout: 2148% (National turnout: 59.86% (Decrease2.63%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi41Democratic Party前73,135 vote
50.75%
——○
Masami Saito48LDP新64,122 vote
44.50%
87.68%○
Hiroshi Takano60Japan Communist Party新6,853 vote
4.76%
9.37%

Cabinet of Time:Second Mori Cabinet Dissolution date:2000 May 6 Publication date:2000 May 6 (National turnout: 62.49% (increase2.84%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi38Democratic Party前69,459 vote
47.23%
——○
Kimio Doi56LDP新68,237 vote
46.40%
98.24%○
Nobuo Hara58Japan Communist Party新9,355 vote
6.36%
13.47%
  • Doi ran for the 2003 Ishinomaki mayoral election and was elected.

Cabinet of Time:First Hashimoto Cabinet Dissolution date:1996 May 9 Publication date:1996 May 10 (National turnout: 59.65% (Decrease8.11%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAtsushi Azumi34Democratic Party新54,550 vote
40.09%
——○
Kimio Doi53Budding party新50,139 vote
36.85%
91.91%
Tsuyoshi Futami51LDP新16,407 vote
12.06%
30.08%○
Yoshitaka Suda48Social Democrats新8,122 vote
5.97%
14.89%○
Takashi Naito38Japan Communist Party新6,854 vote
5.04%
12.56%

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