Iwate 4th District
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Iwate 4th District
Iwate 4th District
Former Parliamentary constituency
for the Japanese House of Representatives
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Numbered map of Iwate Prefecture single-member districts
PrefectureIwate
Proportional DistrictTohoku
Electorate305,917
Former constituency
Created1994
Abolished2017
SeatsOne
PartyPLP
RepresentativeIchir? Ozawa (born 1996)
Created fromIwate's 2nd "medium-sized" district
MunicipalitiesThe cities of Hanamaki, Kitakami, ?sh?, and the districts of Waga and Isawa

Iwate 4th district was a constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan (national legislature). It was located in southwestern Iwate and consisted of the cities of Hanamaki, Kitakami and ?sh? as well as the Waga and Isawa Districts. As of 2012, 305,917 eligible voters were registered in the district.[1]

Before the electoral reform of 1994, the area had been part of Iwate 2nd district where three Representatives had been elected by single non-transferable vote. In a 2017 reapportionment, Iwate lost one seat and was subdivided into three districts. The area of the old 4th district is now part of the new 3rd district[2]

The only representative for Iwate 4th district from its creation in 1996 to its abolition has been former Liberal Democratic Party secretary-general Ichir? Ozawa (LDP->JRP->NFP->LP->DPJ->LF->TPJ->PLP)

List of representatives

Representative Party Dates Notes
Ichir? Ozawa NFP 1996-2000
LP 2000-2003
DPJ 2003-2012 Formed People's Life First in 2012
PLF 2012 Party merged with Tomorrow Party of Japan in 2012
TPJ 2012 Formed People's Life Party in 2012
PLP 2012-2016 Party renamed Liberal Party in 2016
Liberal 2016 - 2017

Election results

2014[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
People's Life Ichir? Ozawa 75,293 47.8
Liberal Democratic Takashi Fujiwara (endorsed by Komeito) (elected by PR) 57,824 36.7
Communist Tsunaki Takahashi 24,421 15.5
2012[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Tomorrow Ichir? Ozawa (endorsed by NPD) 78,057 45.5
Liberal Democratic Takashi Fujiwara (elected by PR) 47,887 27.9
Democratic Toshiaki Oikawa 28,593 16.7
Communist K?ki Takahashi 17,033 9.9
2009[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Ichir? Ozawa (supported by PNP) 133,978
Liberal Democratic Yoshinobu Takahashi (endorsed by Komeito) 41,690
Social Democratic Senry? Obara 28,925
Communist Sadakiyo Segawa 8,288
Happiness Realization Akira Yasunaga 1,280
Turnout 216,754 76.18
2005[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Ichir? Ozawa 124,578.000
Liberal Democratic Tokuichir? Tamazawa 48,093.000
Social Democratic K?ki Kubo 23,727.697
Communist K?ki Takahashi 11,420.291
Turnout 210,247.000 73.36
2003[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Ichir? Ozawa 128,458.000
Liberal Democratic Tokuichir? Tamazawa 37,251.000
Social Democratic K?ki Kubo 20,936.334
Communist K?ki Takahashi 10,642.653
Turnout 200,128.000 69.87
2000[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Ichir? Ozawa 119,099
Social Democratic Yukihiro Kimura 37,417
Liberal Democratic K?ichi Igata 28,926
Communist Ry?ko Sakamoto 14,051
1996[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
New Frontier Ichir? Ozawa 125,619
Social Democratic Reijir? Sawafuji 38,482
Liberal Democratic K?ichi Igata 20,179
Communist Natsuko Yaegashi 9,933
Turnout 197,093 71.45

References

  1. ^ Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC): 24?9?2 (in Japanese)
  2. ^ MIC: Summary of changes to the House of Representatives single-member districts (also contains the changes to the proportional districts) & Map of changes in Iwate (in Japanese)
  3. ^ 2014>? ? . Yomiuri Shimbun (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  4. ^ 2012>? ? . Yomiuri Shimbun (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  5. ^ >?45>>4?. ? (in Japanese). JANJAN. Retrieved . External link in |work= (help)
  6. ^ >?44>>4?. ? (in Japanese). JANJAN. Retrieved . External link in |work= (help)
  7. ^ >?43>>4?. ? (in Japanese). JANJAN. Retrieved . External link in |work= (help)
  8. ^ >?42>>4?. ? (in Japanese). JANJAN. Retrieved . External link in |work= (help)
  9. ^ >?41>>4?. ? (in Japanese). JANJAN. Retrieved . External link in |work= (help)



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