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Incumbent Liberal Democratic Party in Niigata XNUMXnd District of the House of Representatives "Official dispute" "Official is to Representative Hosoda" Prefectural Federation requests party headquarters

 
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The reason why I went to Tokyo is the adjustment of candidates in Niigata 2nd district.
 

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Niigata Prefecture second ward

Niigata Prefecture second ward(Niigata Kendai 2)Japan OfHouse of Representatives general electionInConstituency.1994(Heisei6 years)Public office election lawInstalled by revision. (2002(Partial zoning was reviewed in 14).

region

Old since the revision of the Public Offices Election Act in 2002Nishikanbara-gunKurosaki TownArea from the 2nd ward1 wardsWas changed to

History

Kashiwazaki Kariwa Nuclear Power StationIs held in the jurisdictionAikawa Thermal Power StationIn an electoral district where important energy-related facilities such as Yoshii and Higashi-Kashiwazaki gas fields are concentrated.PanasonicNiigata factoryBourbon,Twin bird industryIt is one of the best industrial areas in the prefecture with bases.Before the revision of the Public Offices Election ActFormer Niigata 1st districtandFormer Niigata 3st districtIt straddled.In the middle election eraLDPHas produced influential members of the Diet, but in recent years power plants and companiesWorkerThe influence of the union members is also strong.

The area of ​​these 2 wards is initially out of the old 1 wardSado CityBased in the Liberal Democratic PartyGenji KondoAlthough it was the ground of1994Kondo has died, and the Liberal Democratic Party has replaced the original ground.Minamiuonuma DistrictHowever, it has an influence on the former 3 wards areaSakurai ArataWas run for.However, this was Kondo's eldest sonMotohiko KondoRepelledIndependentForcibly run for1996 Of41th House of Representatives general electionThen, the Liberal Democratic Sakurai and the independent KondoMaintenanceSplit electionHowever, Sakurai won and Kondo lost.But,2000 Of42th House of Representatives general electionHowever, Sakurai was defeated and completely defeated in front of Kondo who continued to run for candidacy.In response to this result, the Liberal Democratic Party additionally officially recognized Kondo and made Sakurai the 2nd ward branch manager19rd House of Councilors ordinary electionProportional sectionIt was turned to win and the split state was resolved.

2003 Of43th House of Representatives general electionBut I failed to unify the candidatesOppositionKondo was re-elected by a large margin.2005 Of44th House of Representatives general electionThen.UnionNiigataDemocratic PartyRookieEiichiro WashioIn support of this, Kondo shook off and won, but Washio also won for the first time with a proportional revival.2009 Of45th House of Representatives general electionThen.Democratic whirlwindWashio, who received the tailwind of, defeated Kondo by a large margin and was elected.Kondo, who was defeated because he could not make a proportional revival, retired from politics.

But,2012 Of46th House of Representatives general electionThen the newcomer of the LDPKenichi HosodaDefeated Washio and was elected for the first time, and Washio, who lost in the single-seat constituency, turned to a proportional revival.Continue2014However, Hosoda won the fierce battle with only 102 votes, and the defeated Washio revived proportionally.

2017 Of48th House of Representatives general electionThen WashioHope partyRefused to join and announced an independent candidacy.Only in the six constituencies in the prefecture, the opposition party did not fight together, but as a result, Washio was elected in the single-seat constituency for the first time in three terms, and Hosoda got a seat with a proportional revival.On the other hand, Washio joined the Liberal Democratic Party in 6, and as a result, the district has returned to the seat of the Liberal Democratic Party.

Electoral member

Election nameYearsWinnerFaction
41th House of Representatives general election1996Sakurai ArataLDP
42th House of Representatives general election2000Motohiko KondoIndependent
43th House of Representatives general election2003LDP
44th House of Representatives general election2005
45th House of Representatives general election2009Eiichiro WashioDemocratic Party
46th House of Representatives general election2012Kenichi HosodaLDP
47th House of Representatives general election2014
48th House of Representatives general election2017Eiichiro WashioIndependent
49th House of Representatives general election2021

Election results

48th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2017(29)May 9 Voting date: October 2017, 29
Number of voters on the day: 302,713 Final turnout: 63.82% (compared to the previous time: +8.55 points)

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisEiichiro Washio40Independent97,808 vote
51.60%
——×
RatioKenichi Hosoda53LDP81,705 vote
43.10%
83.54%KomeitoRecommend
Takehiko Igarashi37Japan Communist Party10,055 vote
5.30%
10.28%
  • Washio joined the Liberal Democratic Party in March 2019.
47th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2014(26)May 11 Voting date: October 2014, 26
Number of voters on the day: 304,858 Final turnout: 55.27% (compared to the previous time: -4.97 points)

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisKenichi Hosoda50LDP70,589 vote
42.96%
——KomeitoRecommend
RatioEiichiro Washio37Democratic Party70,487 vote
42.90%
99.86%
Hideaki Watanabe64Social Democrats11,801 vote
7.18%
16.72%
Goino Kazuo52Japan Communist Party11,434 vote
6.96%
16.20%
46th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2012(24)May 11 Voting date: October 2012, 24
Number of voters on the day: 309,710 Final turnout: 60.24% (compared to the previous time: -15.54 points)

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisKenichi Hosoda48LDP81,537 vote
45.52%
——KomeitoRecommend
RatioEiichiro Washio35Democratic Party69,389 vote
38.74%
85.10%New National PartyRecommend
Hideaki Watanabe62Social Democrats18,169 vote
10.14%
22.28%
Toshihiro Miyaji54Japan Communist Party10,042 vote
5.61%
12.32%
45th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2009(21)May 7 Voting date: October 2009, 21
Number of voters on the day: 315,884 Final turnout: 75.78% (compared to the previous time: +2.24 points)

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisEiichiro Washio32Democratic Party122,686 vote
52.26%
——
Motohiko Kondo55LDP86,960 vote
37.04%
70.88%KomeitoRecommend
Mt. Yoneyama Noboru57Social Democrats22,866 vote
9.74%
18.64%
Sugawara Satoshi49Happiness Realization Party2,257 vote
0.96%
1.84%
44th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2005(17)May 8 Voting date: October 2005, 17
Number of voters on the day: 320,718 Final turnout: 73.54% (compared to the previous time: +4.04 points)

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisMotohiko Kondo51LDP113,916 vote
49.68%
——
RatioEiichiro Washio28Democratic Party101,637 vote
44.33%
89.22%
Yoshio Hosoi56Japan Communist Party13,727 vote
5.99%
12.05%
43th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2003(15)May 10 Voting date: October 2003, 15
Number of voters on the day: 321,636 Final turnout: 69.50% (compared to the previous time: -6.35 points)

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisMotohiko Kondo49LDP95,391 vote
43.93%
——
Masayuki Fujishima60Independent56,002 vote
25.79%
58.71%×
Tomio Sakagami76Democratic Partyyuan49,382 vote
22.74%
51.77%
Mt. Yoneyama Yoko55Japan Communist Party12,225 vote
5.63%
12.82%
Nishikawa attack58Independent4,132 vote
1.90%
4.33%×
42th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:2000(12)May 6 Election day: June 2000, 12 Final turnout: 6%

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisMotohiko Kondo46Independent123,811 vote
49.09%
——×
Sakurai Arata67LDP100,220 vote
39.74%
80.95%
Fumihiko Murayama65Japan Communist Party24,172 vote
9.58%
19.52%
Isamu Kawahara61Independent4,009 vote
1.59%
3.24%×
41th House of Representatives general election Niigata Prefecture second ward

Dissolution date:1996(8)May 9 Voting date: October 1996, 8

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisSakurai Arata63LDP94,203 vote
40.77%
——
Motohiko Kondo42Independent89,044 vote
38.54%
94.52%×
Kobayashi Ichizo49Democratic Party17,335 vote
7.50%
18.40%
Hiroshi Nozaki49Japan Communist Party13,883 vote
6.01%
14.74%
Toshio Inamura68New Socialist Party12,503 vote
5.41%
13.27%
Nishikawa attack51Independent4,093 vote
1.77%
4.34%×

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