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Election times41 times42 times43 times44 times45 times46 times47 times48 times49 times
Years1996 2000 2003 2005 2009 2012 2014 2017 2021
#1Akiko Yamanaka
(Budding party)
Eriko Yamatani
(Democratic Party)
Yuzuru Tsuzuki
→Kenji Tamura
(Democratic Party)
Makiko Fujino
(LDP)
Daisuke Fujita
(Democratic Party)
Takaaki Katsumata
(LDP)
Junji Suzuki
(LDP)
Takaaki Katsumata
(LDP)
Shuhei Aoyama
(LDP)
#2Kazuyoshi Kaneko
(LDP)
Takao Fujii
(LDP)
Kazuyoshi Kaneko
(LDP)
Yutaka Banno
(Democratic Party)
Norihisa Tamura
(LDP)
Takao Fujii
(Japan Restoration Party)
Yasuhiro Nakane
(Democratic Party)
Mitsuo Okamoto
(Hope party)
Yutaka Banno
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
#3Yoshio Suzuki
(New Frontier Party)
Chuji Ito
(Democratic Party)
Chuji Ito
(Democratic Party)
Yukari Sato
(LDP)
Masato Imai
(Democratic Party)
Kensuke Onishi
(Democratic Party)
Takaaki Katsumata
(LDP)
Norihiko Yoshida
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
Taku Ishii
(LDP)
#4Jitsuo Inagaki
(LDP)
Norio Sugiyama
(LDP)
Masatoshi Kurata
(LDP)
Hirotaka Akamatsu
(Democratic Party)
Ben Hashimoto
(Democratic Party)
Tetsuya Yagi
(LDP)
Masato Imai
(Restoration Party)
Junji Suzuki
(LDP)
Hiroyuki Miyazawa
(LDP)
#5Furukawa Motohisa
(Democratic Party)
Sakaguchi force
(Komeito)
Sakaguchi force
(Komeito)
Koichi Hirata
(LDP)
Tate Shioya
(LDP)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
#6Noriaki Sasaki
(Japan Communist Party)
Satoshi Shima
(Democratic Party)
Kanju Sato
→ Shogo Tsugawa
(Democratic Party)
Sakaguchi force
(Komeito)
Takeshi Saiki
(Democratic Party)
Masato Imai
(Japan Restoration Party)
Yutaka Banno
(Democratic Party)
Tadashi Omi
→ Shuhei Aoyama
(LDP)
Masaharu Nakagawa
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
#7Koshiro Ishida
(New Frontier Party)
Noriaki Sasaki
(Japanese Communist Party)
Junji Suzuki
(LDP)
Yukichi Maeda
(Democratic Party)
Sakaguchi force
(Komeito)
Hirotaka Akamatsu
(Democratic Party)
Shuhei Aoyama
(LDP)
Masato Imai
(Party of hope)
Kazumi Sugimoto
(Japan Restoration Party)
#8Norio Sugiyama
(LDP)
Nakai
(Liberal party)
Suzuki Yasutomo
(Democratic Party)
Masatoshi Kurata
(LDP)
Tamiko Kasahara
(Democratic Party)
Tetsuya Togo
(LDP)
Nobuko Motomura
(Japanese Communist Party)
Masayuki Aoyama
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
Yoshitaka Ikeda
(LDP)
#9Sakaguchi force
(New Frontier Party)
Yukihiro Yoshida
(LDP)
Koichi Hirata
(LDP)
Yasuhiro Sonoda
(Democratic Party)
Seiko Noda
(LDP)
Kazumi Sugimoto
(Everyone's party)
Yoshitaka Ikeda
(LDP)
Jiro Kawasaki
(LDP)
Tate Shioya
(LDP)
#10Hidemasa Oishi
(LDP)
Yutaka Banno
(Democratic Party)
Yasuhiro Sonoda
(Democratic Party)
Toshitsugu Saito
(LDP)
Tadashi Kanamori
(Democratic Party)
Katsumasa Suzuki
(Japan Future Party)
Mitsuo Okamoto
(Democratic Party)
Yoshio Maki
(Party of hope)
Norihiko Yoshida
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
#11Shoichi Kondo
(Democratic Party)
Reiko Oshima
(Social Democratic Party)
Masatomo Kawai
(Komeito)
Tetsuo Morimoto
(Democratic Party)
Ryoji Yamada
(Democratic Party)
Yoshikazu Shimada
(LDP)
Yoshio Maki
(Japan Innovation Party)
Yuta Hiyoshi
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
Takamoto Nakagawa
(LDP)
#12Motoo Abe
(New Frontier Party)
Aoyama hill
(LDP)
Toshitsugu Saito
(LDP)
Motoshi Sugita
(LDP)
Keiji Furuya
(LDP)
Kazuhiko Shigetoku
(Japan Restoration Party)
Tadashi Omi
(LDP)
Nobuko Motomura
(Japanese Communist Party)
Nobuko Motomura
(Japanese Communist Party)
#13Jiro Kawasaki
(LDP)
Seishu Makino
(Democratic Party)
Satoshi Shima
(Democratic Party)
Noriaki Sasaki
(Japanese Communist Party)
Noriaki Sasaki
(Japanese Communist Party)
Shoichi Kondo
(Democratic Party)
Wataru Ito
(Komeito)
Kenji Kanda
(LDP)
Wataru Ito
(Komeito)
#14Maejima Hideyuki
→Tadasu Kikuchi
(Social Democrats)
Masatomo Kawai
(Komeito)
Noriaki Sasaki
(Japanese Communist Party)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
Norihiko Yoshida
(Democratic Party)
Yoshikawa
(LDP)
Nobuhiro Koyama
(Democratic Party)
Wataru Ito
(Komeito)
Ken Tanaka
(National Democratic Party)
#15Yuko Seko
(Japanese Communist Party)
Takehiko Tanida
(LDP)
Mitsuo Okamoto
(Democratic Party)
Nakai
(Democratic Party)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
Wataru Ito
(Komeito)
Kenji Kanda
(LDP)
Yoshitaka Ikeda
(LDP)
Amane Watanabe
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
#16Yoneo Hirata
(New Frontier Party)
Takeshi Yamamura
(Democratic Party)
Hiroshi Kondo
→ Takahide Kimura
(LDP)
Masaki Doi
(LDP)
Hideaki Omura
→Yoshio Mochizuki
(LDP)
Noriaki Sasaki
(Japanese Communist Party)
Naohisa Matsuda
(Japan Innovation Party)
Kenichiro Seki
(Party of hope)
Masataka Ishihara
(LDP)
#17Takahide Kimura
(LDP)
Yuko Seko
(Japanese Communist Party)
Nakai
(Democratic Party)
Mitsuo Okamoto
(Democratic Party)
Nobuaki Miwa
(Democratic Party)
Nozomi Suzuki
(Japan Restoration Party)
Yukihiro Shimazu
(Japanese Communist Party)
Isao Matsuda
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
Maki Misaki
(Japan Restoration Party)
#18Chuji Ito
(Democratic Party)
Yuzuru Tsuzuki
(Liberal Party)
Aoyama hill
(LDP)
Yosuke Shinoda
(LDP)
Masae Kobayashi
(Democratic Party)
Yasuhiro Nakane
(Democratic Party)
Tetsuya Yagi
(LDP)
Tetsuya Yagi
(LDP)
Yoshikawa
(LDP)
#19Masatomo Kawai
(New Frontier Party)
Takahide Kimura
(LDP)
Yoshinori Oguchi
(Komeito)
Kenji Tamura
(Democratic Party)
Jiro Kawasaki
(LDP)
Hiroshi Sakurai
(LDP)
Katsumasa Suzuki
(Democratic Party)
Kazumi Sugimoto
(Japan Restoration Party)
Yoshio Maki
(Constitutional Democratic Party)
#20Hideaki Omura
(LDP)
Shogo Tsugawa
(Democratic Party)
Yasuhiro Nakane
(Democratic Party)
Tatsuharu Mawatari
(LDP)
Mt. Ooyama Masahiro
(Democratic Party)
Masanari Koike
(Your Party)
Yoshikazu Shimada
(LDP)
Kentaro Genma
(Party of hope)
Sakon Yamamoto
(LDP)
#21Soya Fukuoka
→Zenzo Handa
(New Frontier Party)
Masatoshi Kurata
(LDP)
Yoko Kamikawa
(LDP)
Wataru Ito
(Komeito)
Kayoko Isogai
(Democratic Party)
Takashi Kawata
(LDP)
Yasuhiro Nakagawa
(Komeito)
Tabata Tsuyoshi
→ Takeru Yoshikawa
(LDP)
Yasuhiro Nakagawa
(Komeito)
#22Hiroyasu Kurihara
(LDP)
#23Takashige Hiraga
(Japanese Communist Party)

Election results

49th (2021)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1LDP1Shuhei Aoyama1Aichi 12 Wards89.8%前
2Constitutional Democratic Party1Yutaka Banno1Aichi 8 Wards99.1%yuan
3LDP2Taku Ishii1Aichi 13 Wards89.6%新
4LDP3Hiroyuki Miyazawa1Shizuoka 3 wards89.6%前
5Komeito1Yoshinori Oguchi1None-前
6Constitutional Democratic Party2Masaharu Nakagawa1Mie 2 wards99.1%前
7Japan Restoration Party1Kazumi Sugimoto1Aichi 10 Wards77.1%前
8LDP4Yoshitaka Ikeda1Aichi 3 Wards81.9%前
9LDP5Tate Shioya1Shizuoka 8 wards79.1%前
10Constitutional Democratic Party3Norihiko Yoshida1Aichi 1 Wards97.4%前
11LDP6Takamoto Nakagawa1Aichi 2 Wards60.4%新
12Japan Communist Party1Nobuko Motomura1None-前
13Komeito2Wataru Ito2None-前
14National Democratic Party1Ken Tanaka1Shizuoka 4 wards58.5%新
15Constitutional Democratic Party4Amane Watanabe1Shizuoka 6 wards95.7%前
16LDP7Masataka Ishihara1Mie 3 wards56.1%新
17Japan Restoration Party2Maki Misaki1Aichi 5 Wards54.0%新
18LDP8Yoshikawa1Shizuoka 5 wards48.0%前
19Constitutional Democratic Party5Yoshio Maki1Aichi 4 Wards93.3%前
20LDP9Sakon Yamamoto31None-新
(21)New team selected1-----
(22)21Komeito3Yasuhiro Nakagawa3None-yuan

* The numbers in parentheses are the rankings based on the assumption that the candidates who can be effectively elected by the Reiwa Shinsengumi are listed in the list.

  • Originally, one seat was supposed to be assigned to the Reiwa Shinsengumi, but both of the two registered members of the list are candidates for overlapping with the single-seat constituency, and in the single-seat constituency.Deposit moneyHe lost his eligibility to win because he was less than the confiscation point, and lost his seat as a party.The seat was assigned to the runner-up Komeito, and Yasuhiro Nakagawa was elected.

48th (2017)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1LDP1Takaaki Katsumata1Shizuoka 6 wards99.4%前
2Hope party1Mitsuo Okamoto1Aichi 9 Wards86.1%前
3Constitutional Democratic Party1Norihiko Yoshida1Aichi 1 Wards77.7%yuan
4LDP2Junji Suzuki1Aichi 7 Wards99.3%前
5Komeito1Yoshinori Oguchi1None-前
6LDP3Tadashi Omi1Aichi 13 Wards94.0%前
Shuhei Aoyama1Aichi 12 Wards70.1%前
7Hope party2Masato Imai1Gifu 4 ward85.9%前
8Constitutional Democratic Party2Masayuki Aoyama1Shizuoka 1 wards39.9%新
9LDP4Jiro Kawasaki1Mie 2 wards85.5%前
10Hope party3Yoshio Maki1Aichi 4 Wards82.6%前
11Constitutional Democratic Party3Yuta Hiyoshi1Shizuoka 7 wards20.3%新
12Japan Communist Party1Nobuko Motomura1None-前
13LDP5Kenji Kanda1Aichi 5 Wards79.7%前
14Komeito2Wataru Ito2None-前
15LDP6Yoshitaka Ikeda1Aichi 3 Wards77.3%前
16Hope party4Kenichiro Seki1Aichi 15 Wards80.8%新
17Constitutional Democratic Party4Isao Matsuda6None-新
18LDP7Tetsuya Yagi1Aichi 11 Wards71.9%前
19Japan Restoration Party1Kazumi Sugimoto1Aichi 10 Wards50.1%yuan
20Hope party5Kentaro Genma1Shizuoka 8 wards77.0%新
(21)Constitutional Democratic Party(5)-----
(22)21LDP8Tabata Tsuyoshi1Aichi 2 Wards71.9%前
Yoshikawa1Shizuoka 5 wards67.2%yuan

* The numbers in parentheses are the rankings based on the assumption that the Constitutional Democratic Party has listed candidates who can be effectively elected.

  • The 21st seat was supposed to be assigned to the Constitutional Democratic Party, but all 6 members on the list have already been elected, and the seat is assigned to the runner-up Liberal Democratic Party, Tabata. Tsuyoshi was elected.
  • Sei OmiAnjo mayoral electionShuhei Aoyama due to the loss of a member of the Diet due to candidate (loss)Advance winning(June 2019, 2).
  • Due to the resignation of Tsuyoshi Tabata, Takeru Yoshikawa was elected (March 2019, 3).

47th (2014)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1LDP1Junji Suzuki1Aichi 7 Wards95.30%前
2Democratic Party1Yasuhiro Nakane1None-前
3LDP2Takaaki Katsumata1Shizuoka 6 wards89.97%前
4Restoration Party1Masato Imai1Gifu 4 ward71.94%前
5Komeito1Yoshinori Oguchi1None-前
6Democratic Party2Yutaka Banno2Aichi 8 Wards90.28%yuan
7LDP3Shuhei Aoyama1Aichi 12 Wards89.78%前
8Japan Communist Party1Nobuko Motomura1None-新
9LDP4Yoshitaka Ikeda1Aichi 3 Wards87.78%前
10Democratic Party3Mitsuo Okamoto2Aichi 9 Wards87.19%yuan
11Restoration Party2Yoshio Maki1Aichi 4 Wards71.42%yuan
12LDP5Tadashi Omi1Aichi 13 Wards86.70%前
13Komeito2Wataru Ito2None-前
14Democratic Party4Nobuhiro Koyama2Shizuoka 3 wards83.34%yuan
15LDP6Kenji Kanda1Aichi 5 Wards85.02%前
16Restoration Party3Naohisa Matsuda3Mie 1 wards64.04%新
17Japan Communist Party2Yukihiro Shimazu2None-新
18LDP7Tetsuya Yagi1Aichi 11 Wards76.81%前
19Democratic Party5Katsumasa Suzuki2Aichi 14 Wards80.11%前
20LDP8Yoshikazu Shimada1Mie 2 wards68.92%前
21Komeito3Yasuhiro Nakagawa3None-新

46th (2012)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1LDP1Takaaki Katsumata1Shizuoka 6 wards89.56%新
2Japan Restoration Party1Takao Fujii1None-yuan
3Democratic Party1Kensuke Onishi1Aichi 13 Wards98.50%前
4LDP2Tetsuya Yagi1Aichi 11 Wards71.94%新
5Komeito1Yoshinori Oguchi1None-前
6Japan Restoration Party2Masato Imai2Gifu 4 ward48.82%前
7Democratic Party2Hirotaka Akamatsu1Aichi 5 Wards97.33%前
8LDP3Tetsuya Togo1Aichi 2 Wards71.32%新
9Everyone's party1Kazumi Sugimoto1Aichi 10 Wards62.73%前
10Japan Future Party1Katsumasa Suzuki1Aichi 14 Wards82.57%前
11LDP4Yoshikazu Shimada1Mie 2 wards66.80%前
12Japan Restoration Party3Kazuhiko Shigetoku3Aichi 12 Wards75.36%新
13Democratic Party3Shoichi Kondo1Aichi 3 Wards95.14%前
14LDP5Yoshikawa1Shizuoka 5 wards54.05%新
15Komeito2Wataru Ito2None-yuan
16Japan Communist Party1Noriaki Sasaki1None-前
17Japan Restoration Party4Nozomi Suzuki3Shizuoka 3 wards67.67%新
18Democratic Party4Yasuhiro Nakane1Aichi 12 Wards89.70%前
19LDP6Hiroshi Sakurai1Mie 3 wards43.34%新
20Everyone's party2Masanari Koike1Shizuoka 1 wards42.39%新
21LDP7Takashi Kawata33None-新

45th (2009)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1Democratic Party1Daisuke Fujita1Mie 5 wards97.3%新
2LDP1Norihisa Tamura1Mie 4 wards98.5%前
3Democratic Party2Masato Imai1Gifu 4 ward85.1%新
4Democratic Party3Ben Hashimoto1Gifu 2 ward81.0%新
5LDP2Tate Shioya1Shizuoka 8 wards92.8%前
6Democratic Party4Takeshi Saiki1Shizuoka 7 wards48.8%新
7Komeito1Sakaguchi force1None-前
8Democratic Party5Tamiko Kasahara34None-新
9LDP3Seiko Noda1Gifu 1 ward88.8%前
10Democratic Party6Tadashi Kanamori35None-新
11Democratic Party7Ryoji Yamada36None-新
12LDP4Keiji Furuya1Gifu 5 ward88.0%前
13Japan Communist Party1Noriaki Sasaki1None-前
14Democratic Party8Norihiko Yoshida37None-新
15Komeito2Yoshinori Oguchi2None-前
16LDP5Hideaki Omura1Aichi 13 Wards83.3%前
Yoshio Mochizuki1Shizuoka 4 wards81.1%前
17Democratic Party9Nobuaki Miwa38None-新
(18)Everyone's party------
18 (19)Democratic Party10Masae Kobayashi39None-新
19 (20)LDP6Jiro Kawasaki1Mie 1 wards83.1%前
20 (21)Democratic Party11Mt. Ooyama Masahiro40None-新
21 (22)Democratic Party12Kayoko Isogai41None-新

* The numbers in parentheses are the rankings assuming that the candidates who can be effectively elected by Your Party were listed in the list.

  • The 18th seat was supposed to be assigned to the Your Party, but in Shizuoka 1st district, where he was the only candidate but was running for duplicate, he lost his eligibility to win because it was less than the deposit forfeiture point. I also lost the seat as.The seat was assigned to the runner-up Democratic Party, and Kayoko Isogai was elected.
  • Hideaki OmuraGovernor of Aichi PrefectureYoshio Mochizuki was elected by resigning due to election candidate (election)[1](June 2011, 1).

44th (2005)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1LDP1Makiko Fujino1Aichi 4 Wards91.6%新
2Democratic Party1Yutaka Banno1Aichi 8 Wards93.4%前
3LDP2Yukari Sato1Gifu 1 ward83.7%新
4Democratic Party2Hirotaka Akamatsu1Aichi 5 Wards91.9%前
5LDP3Koichi Hirata4Mie 3 wards57.9%前
6Komeito1Sakaguchi force1None-前
7Democratic Party3Yukichi Maeda1Aichi 6 Wards89.5%前
8LDP4Masatoshi Kurata5Shizuoka 6 wards78.3%前
9Democratic Party4Yasuhiro Sonoda1Gifu 3 ward87.6%前
10LDP5Toshitsugu Saito6Shizuoka 5 wards95.5%前
11Democratic Party5Tetsuo Morimoto1Mie 4 wards85.8%新
12LDP6Motoshi Sugita6Aichi 14 Wards80.6%新
13Japan Communist Party1Noriaki Sasaki1None-前
14Komeito2Yoshinori Oguchi2None-前
15Democratic Party6Nakai1Mie 1 wards85.3%前
16LDP7Masaki Doi6Aichi 11 Wards79.5%新
17Democratic Party7Mitsuo Okamoto1Aichi 9 Wards84.7%前
18LDP8Yosuke Shinoda6Aichi 1 Wards78.2%新
19Democratic Party8Kenji Tamura1Shizuoka 4 wards83.8%前
20LDP9Tatsuharu Mawatari6Aichi 3 Wards78.0%新
21Komeito3Wataru Ito3None-新

43th (2003)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1Democratic Party1Yuzuru Tsuzuki1Aichi 15 Wards84.1%前
Kenji Tamura3Shizuoka 4 wards74.8%新
2LDP1Kazuyoshi Kaneko1None-前
3Democratic Party2Chuji Ito1Mie 4 wards54.2%前
4LDP2Masatoshi Kurata2None-前
5Komeito1Sakaguchi force1None-前
6Democratic Party3Kanju Sato3Aichi 10 Wards99.2%前
Shogo Tsugawa3Shizuoka 2 wards83.4%前
7LDP3Junji Suzuki3None-新
8Democratic Party4Suzuki Yasutomo3Shizuoka 8 wards97.5%前
9LDP4Koichi Hirata4Mie 3 wards50.9%新
10Democratic Party5Yasuhiro Sonoda3Gifu 3 ward96.1%新
11Komeito2Masatomo Kawai2None-前
12LDP5Toshitsugu Saito5Shizuoka 5 wards94.7%前
13Democratic Party6Satoshi Shima3Aichi 13 Wards96.1%前
14Japan Communist Party1Noriaki Sasaki1None-前
15Democratic Party7Mitsuo Okamoto3Aichi 9 Wards88.9%新
16LDP6Hiroshi Kondo5Aichi 4 Wards93.9%新
Takahide Kimura5Aichi 5 Wards86.9%前
17Democratic Party8Nakai3Mie 1 wards88.6%前
18LDP7Aoyama hill5Aichi 7 Wards91.4%前
19Komeito3Yoshinori Oguchi3None-yuan
20Democratic Party9Yasuhiro Nakane3Aichi 12 Wards86.5%新
21LDP8Yoko Kamikawa5Shizuoka 1 wards90.2%前
  • Due to Hiroshi Kondo's resignation, Takahide Kimura was elected (December 2003, 12).
  • Due to Kanju Sato's resignation, Shogo Tsugawa was elected (March 2004, 3).
  • Kenji Tamura was elected in advance due to the resignation of Yuzuru Tsuzuki[2](June 2004, 11).

42th (2000)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1Democratic Party1Eriko Yamatani1None-新
2LDP1Takao Fujii1None-前
3Democratic Party2Chuji Ito2None-前
4LDP2Norio Sugiyama2None-前
5Komeito1Sakaguchi force1None-前
6Democratic Party3Satoshi Shima3Aichi 13 Wards99.6%前
7Japan Communist Party1Noriaki Sasaki1None-前
8Liberal party1Nakai1Mie 1 wards73.3%前
9LDP3Yukihiro Yoshida3None-前
10Democratic Party4Yutaka Banno3Aichi 8 Wards99.2%新
11Social Democrats1Reiko Oshima1Aichi 7 Wards32.4%新
12LDP4Aoyama hill4None-前
13Democratic Party5Seishu Makino3Shizuoka 1 wards99.0%yuan
14Komeito2Masatomo Kawai2None-前
15LDP5Takehiko Tanida5None-新
16Democratic Party6Takeshi Yamamura3Mie 5 wards96.4%新
17Japan Communist Party2Yuko Seko2Aichi 4 Wards65.1%前
18Liberal party2Yuzuru Tsuzuki2Aichi 12 Wards28.1%新
19LDP6Takahide Kimura6Aichi 5 Wards78.3%前
20Democratic Party7Shogo Tsugawa3Shizuoka 2 wards82.1%新
21LDP7Masatoshi Kurata7None-新
  • A fixed number of people have been reduced from this election.

41th (1996)

Political partydivisorRepresentative nameRoster
Ranking
Duplicate candidacyLoss rateHistory
1Budding party1Akiko Yamanaka1None-新
2LDP1Kazuyoshi Kaneko1None-前
3Budding party2Yoshio Suzuki2None-新
4LDP2Jitsuo Inagaki2None-前
5Democratic Party1Furukawa Motohisa1Aichi 2 Wards78.0%新
6Japan Communist Party1Noriaki Sasaki1None-新
7Budding party3Koshiro Ishida3None-前
8LDP3Norio Sugiyama3None-前
9Budding party4Sakaguchi force4None-前
10LDP4Hidemasa Oishi4None-新
11Democratic Party2Shoichi Kondo1Aichi 3 Wards73.0%新
12Budding party5Motoo Abe5None-新
13LDP5Jiro Kawasaki5Mie 1 wards99.5%前
14Social Democrats1Maejima Hideyuki1Shizuoka 5 wards42.5%前
Tadasu Kikuchi1Shizuoka 7 wards19.7%新
15Japan Communist Party2Yuko Seko2Aichi 4 Wards54.0%新
16Budding party6Yoneo Hirata3None-前
17LDP6Takahide Kimura5Aichi 5 Wards95.5%新
18Democratic Party3Chuji Ito1Mie 2 wards61.9%前
19Budding party7Masatomo Kawai7None-前
20LDP7Hideaki Omura5Aichi 13 Wards91.6%新
21Budding party8Soya Fukuoka8None-新
Zenzo Handa9None-新
22LDP8Hiroyasu Kurihara5Shizuoka 6 wards91.3%前
23Japan Communist Party3Takashige Hiraga3Shizuoka 8 wards24.8%新
  • Due to the death of Hideyuki Maejima, Tadasu Kikuchi was elected (February 2000).In addition, Kikuchi received seats in the single-seat constituencies because the number of votes obtained was less than the deposit forfeiture points, but at that time there was no proportional winning restriction for multiple candidates in the single-seat constituencies with less than the deposit forfeiture points.
  • Zenzo Handa was elected in advance due to the death of Soya Fukuoka (April 2000).

Changes in the number of winners by political party

YearsLDPBudding partyDemocratic Party[3]Constitutional Democratic Party[4]KomeitoCommunist partySocial Democratic PartyLiberal partyEveryone維新[5]Future / life[6]Hope partyNew team selectedNational Democratic PartyTotal
411996 883--31-------23
422000 7-7-2212------21
432003 8-9-310-------21
442005 9-8-310-------21
452009 6-12 (11)-210-0 (1)-----21
462012 7-4-210-241---21
472014 8-5-320--30---21
482017 8 (7)--4 (5)210--1-5--21
492021 9--53 (2)10--2--0 (1)121
  • Note 1:-means when the candidate did not run (including the case where there is no political party, etc.), and 0 means the case where the candidate was nominated but there was no winner. Political parties that have never been elected are omitted.
  • Note 2: The number in parentheses is the number of seats that should have been originally assigned.

Number of votes of political parties

41st-43th

YearsBudding partyLDPDemocratic Party[3]Communist partySocial Democratic PartyNew Socialist PartyFree UnionKomeitoLiberal partyConservative party
411996 2,107,5362,042,948955,464756,037378,41479,44958,965---
422000 -2,011,3342,151,270699,970519,193-48,772818,473683,15392,278
432003 -2,436,7912,872,501474,414259,831--1,002,576--

44st-47th

YearsLDPDemocratic Party[3]KomeitoCommunist partyNew Party JapanSocial Democratic PartyEveryone's partyNew National PartyHappiness Realization Party維新[7]future/Life[6]Next generation party
442005 3,066,0482,766,443987,290502,501327,768300,574------
452009 2,182,4223,864,328891,158486,97472,485264,957404,411130,21257,222---
462012 1,966,0071,321,402779,577387,461-136,316644,087-29,7391,356,970511,048-
472014 2,147,6721,491,764804,089618,695-128,131--41,429964,240106,346147,080

48 times

YearsLDPHope partyConstitutional Democratic Party[4]KomeitoCommunist partyJapan Restoration PartySocial Democratic PartyHappiness Realization Party
482017 2,237,8381,445,5491,418,633781,228450,970297,75967,44538,580

After the 49th

YearsLDPConstitutional Democratic Party[4]KomeitoJapan Restoration PartyCommunist partyNational Democratic PartyNew team selectedNHK PartySocial Democratic Party
492021 [8]2,515,8411,485,947.258784,976694,630408,606382,733.551273,20898,23884,220

footnote

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  1. ^ Election of members elected to the proportional representation of the House of Representatives executed on August 23, 3 Matters concerning the address and name of the winners due to the advance replenishment due to vacancies related to the political parties notifying the list in the Tokai constituency No. 23) "Government Bulletin" Dated January 2011, 1 This paper No. 24 p. 5480
  2. ^ Originally (Gifu 1st district) was supposed to move up, but at this point it was deleted from the list of candidates for the Democratic Party, so Tamura, who was in the next rank, was elected.
  3. ^ a b c The 41st and 42nd-47th Democratic Party are the same party in terms of party name and regulations, but strictly different (41 times)Democratic Party (Japan 1996-1998), 42-47 timesDemocratic Party (Japan 1998-2016)).
  4. ^ a b c The 48th and 49th Constitutional Democratic Party have the same party name but different laws and regulations (48th)Constitutional Democratic Party (Japan 2017), 49 timesConstitutional Democratic Party (Japan 2020)).
  5. ^ 46 times of restorationJapan Restoration Society (2012-2014), 47 timesRestoration Party, 48- timesJapan Restoration Society (2016-).. Listed in the same row because the representatives are common.
  6. ^ a b Liberal Party (now:Liberal party) Is listed in the same line because it is a political party that has been renamed from the Tomorrow Party of Japan 46 times.
  7. ^ 46 times of restorationJapan Restoration Society (2012-2014), 47 timesRestoration Party.. Listed in the same row because the representatives are common.
  8. ^ Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsAutonomous Administration BureauElection Department (November 2021, 11). “General election of members of the House of Representatives, Judges of the Supreme Court". Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. 2021/11/22Browse.

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