1918 General Election

Stockport

(2 seats)

Liberal hold / Spencer Leigh Hughes
Coalition' Labour hold / George James Wardle
This seat was unopposed
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 Liberal with Coalition CouponHughes, Spencer LeighUnopposed
 Coalition' LabourWardle, George JamesUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
This by-election elected two MPs. Kindell and Terrett were supported by Horatio Bottomley. O'Brien was a prominent member of the Irish Labour Party, and was serving a prison sentence at the time of the election.
By-election held due to Hughes' death and Wardle's resignation
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 Unionist with Coalition CouponGreenwood, William22,84725.6%N/A
 Liberal with Coalition CouponFildes, Henry22,38625.1%N/A
 LabourMoney, Leo George Chiozza16,04218%N/A
 Labour Co-opPerry, Samuel Frederick14,43416.2%N/A
 IndependentKindell, Albert Alfred George5,6446.3%N/A
 IndependentTerrett, John Joseph5,5436.2%N/A
 Irish Workers' RepublicanO'Brien, William2,3362.6%N/A
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
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