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🏛 | Mr. Nishikawa, a former prefectural assembly, submitted a notice of withdrawal to the Liberal Democratic Party


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Former prefectural assembly Mr. Nishikawa submits a notice of withdrawal to the Liberal Democratic Party

 
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In the House of Representatives election in November last year, I was aiming to run for the local Tochigi 11nd district, but in the single-seat constituency, I could not get the official approval of the LDP, so I was a single independent candidate as a proportional representation.
 

Former prefectural assembly member Kyoo Nishikawa (XNUMX), who was elected from Sakura City and Shioya District, submitted a notice of withdrawal to the Liberal Democratic Party Tochigi Prefectural Federation on the XNUMXth. → Continue reading

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Tochigi 2rd district

Tochigi 2rd district(Tochigi Kendai 2)Japan OfHouse of Representatives general electionInConstituency.1994/(Heisei6 years)Public office election lawInstalled by revision.

region

2013/(Heisei 25)Public office election lawThe areas after the revision are as follows[1][2].

1994/(Heisei 6)Public office election lawThe areas from the revision to the 2013 single-seat constituency revision are as follows:[3].

History

Utsunomiya CityThe entire northwestern part of the former Kawachi-cho district is the constituency.After introductionLDP OfKimiya NishikawaHas been winning consecutively,2003/ Of43th House of Representatives general electionThen,Proportional North Kanto blockWas electedMayumi MoriyamayuanMinister of Justice House of RepresentativesProportional sectionNishikawa continued to win twice in the form of the block alone because the 73-year-old retirement age system made it impossible to run in proportion alone, and Moriyama continued to win in the single-seat constituency.

Moriyama was reelected2005/ Of44th House of Representatives general electionThen, in the former Governor of Tochigi PrefectureDemocratic PartyOfficialAkio FukudaFukuda was also re-elected as he was re-elected while being squeezed by about 1 votes.

Nishikawa returned to the single-seat constituency again due to Moriyama's retirement2009/ Of45th House of Representatives general electionThen NishikawaKomeitoAlthough it was recommended by the Tochigi Prefecture Construction Industry Association's political organization "Prefectural Construction Industry Association Political Federation", Fukuda showed an overwhelming victory that did not allow Nishikawa to win the revival.2012/ Of46th House of Representatives general electionNishikawa was humiliated, and Fukuda was elected to revive in the proportional ward.

2014/ Of47th House of Representatives general electionContrary to the previous time, Fukuda was humiliated and Nishikawa was proportionally revived.2017/ Of48th House of Representatives general electionThen FukudaHope partyAlthough he had decided to run for the race, he had no name in the party's primary official approval.Constitutional Democratic Party-Social Democratic Party-Democratic PartyAnnounced to run as an independent by the recommendation of.Although Nishikawa was squeezed by 9500 votes, he was elected, and Nishikawa was rejected because he could not run for proportionality due to the retirement age of the party.Fukuda joined the Constitutional Democratic Party in May of the following year.

On the other hand, Nishikawa was defeatedCabinet SecretaryHowever, he was the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.Takamori YoshikawaFrom a former representative of Akita Foods, who was also an executive of the Japan Chicken Raising Association at the time when he was receiving political fundingCruise linerResigned on December 2020, 12 after being reportedly receiving entertainment at.Next year49th House of Representatives general electionSo the LDPTochigi Prefectural Assembly memberwasKiyoshi IgarashiHowever, although Igarashi lost power to Fukuda, he was elected for the first time in a proportional revival.

Electoral member

Election nameYearsWinnerFaction
41th House of Representatives general election1996/Kimiya NishikawaLDP
42th House of Representatives general election2000/
43th House of Representatives general election2003/Mayumi Moriyama
44th House of Representatives general election2005/
45th House of Representatives general election2009/Akio FukudaDemocratic Party
46th House of Representatives general election2012/Kimiya NishikawaLDP
47th House of Representatives general election2014/Akio FukudaDemocratic Party
48th House of Representatives general election2017/Independent
49th House of Representatives general election2021/Constitutional Democratic Party

Election results

49th House of Representatives general election(2021/(3nd year of Reiwa)May 10) Tochigi 2rd district

Cabinet of Time:The 1nd Kishida Cabinet Dissolution date:2021/May 10 Publication date:2021/May 10
Number of voters on the day: 26 Final turnout: 2690% (compared to the previous time:increase0.12%) (National turnout: 55.93% (increase2.25%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAkio Fukuda73Constitutional Democratic Party前73,593 vote
53.39%
——○
RatioKiyoshi Igarashi51LDP新64,253 vote
46.61%
87.31%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: 9836% (compared to the previous time:increase2.17%) (National turnout: 53.68% (increase1.02%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAkio Fukuda69Independent前75,031 vote
53.41%
——Constitutional Democratic Party-Social Democrats-Democratic PartyRecommended by Tochigi Prefecture General Branch Federation
Japan Communist PartyTochigi Prefectural Committee support
×
Kimiya Nishikawa74LDP前65,445 vote
46.59%
87.22%Komeito recommendation

Cabinet of Time:Second Abe remodeling Cabinet Dissolution date:2014/May 11 Publication date:2014/May 12
Number of voters on the day: 26 Final turnout: 8166% (compared to the previous time:Decrease3.40%) (National turnout: 52.66% (Decrease6.66%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAkio Fukuda66Democratic Party前62,439 vote
46.69%
——○
RatioKimiya Nishikawa71LDP前62,240 vote
46.54%
99.68%○
Hidemi Abe55Japan Communist Party新9,054 vote
6.77%
14.50%

Cabinet of Time:Noda Third Remodeling Cabinet Dissolution date:2012/May 11 Publication date:2012/May 12
Number of voters on the day: 27 Final turnout: 510% (compared to the previous time:Decrease13.54%) (National turnout: 59.32% (Decrease9.96%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisKimiya Nishikawa69LDPyuan55,853 vote
38.64%
——○
RatioAkio Fukuda64Democratic Party前46,271 vote
32.01%
82.84%○
RatioYuji Kashiwakura43Everyone's party新38,086 vote
26.35%
68.19%○
Yutaka Fujii64Japan Communist Party新4,348 vote
3.01%
7.78%
  • Kashiwakura joined the Democratic Party just before the 47th inning,1 wardsChange country to.

Cabinet of Time:Aso Cabinet Dissolution date:2009/May 7 Publication date:2009/May 8
Number of voters on the day: 27 Final turnout: 2965% (compared to the previous time:Decrease0.82%) (National turnout: 69.28% (increase1.77%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisAkio Fukuda61Democratic Party前115,046 vote
62.94%
——○
Kimiya Nishikawa66LDP前65,222 vote
35.68%
56.69%○
Kunifumi Sakashita62Happiness Realization Party新2,526 vote
1.38%
2.20%
  • Moriyama was originally3 wardsAlthough it was planned to change the country to, he abandoned running and retired due to opposition from the Liberal Democratic Party Tochigi Kenren.

Cabinet of Time:Third Koizumi remodeling cabinet Dissolution date:2005/May 8 Publication date:2005/May 8
Number of voters on the day: 27 Final turnout: 3033% (compared to the previous time:increase8.51%) (National turnout: 67.51% (increase7.65%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisMayumi Moriyama77LDP前99,115 vote
53.31%
——
RatioAkio Fukuda57Democratic Party新86,818 vote
46.69%
87.59%○

Cabinet of Time:1st Koizumi 2st remodeling cabinet Dissolution date:2003/May 10 Publication date:2003/May 10
Number of voters on the day: 27 Final turnout: 1394% (compared to the previous time:Decrease0.81%) (National turnout: 59.86% (Decrease2.63%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisMayumi Moriyama76LDP前96,224 vote
59.49%
——
Kobayashi Mamoru59Democratic Party前60,010 vote
37.10%
62.36%○
Michio Fukuda44Japan Communist Party新5,506 vote
3.40%
5.72%
  • Nishikawa became a proportional single independent candidate and was elected twice thereafter.

Cabinet of Time:Second Mori Cabinet Dissolution date:2000/May 6 Publication date:2000/May 6
Number of voters on the day: 26 Final turnout: 7083% (compared to the previous time:increase5.22%) (National turnout: 62.49% (increase2.84%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisKimiya Nishikawa57LDP前77,054 vote
48.08%
——○
RatioKobayashi Mamoru55Democratic Party前74,132 vote
46.26%
96.21%○
Michio Fukuda41Japan Communist Party新9,066 vote
5.66%
11.77%

Cabinet of Time:First Hashimoto Cabinet Dissolution date:1996/May 9 Publication date:1996/May 10 Final turnout: 56.30% (National turnout: 59.65% (Decrease8.11%)))

CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateLoss rateRecommendation/supportrepeat
ThisKimiya Nishikawa53LDP新73,393 vote
52.56%
——○
RatioKobayashi Mamoru51Democratic Party前55,439 vote
39.70%
75.54%○
Toshiharu Kobayashi44Japan Communist Party新8,846 vote
6.33%
12.05%
Ko Takahashi34Free Union新1,960 vote
1.40%
2.67%

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