December 1910 General Election

Exeter

Conservative hold / Henry Edward Duke
This election was subject to a recount. On the first count, St. Maur had 4,786 votes while Duke had 4,782. On a second count, St. Maur led with 4,782 votes compared to Duke's 4,778. Closer scrutiny led to a third count, below.
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 ConservativeDuke, Henry Edward4,77750%-0.1%
 LiberalMaur, Richard Harold St4,77650%+0.1%
Majority10%-0.2%
Turnout9,55392%-2.2%
Swing-0.1%
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to the MP's appointment as chief secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 UnionistDuke, Henry EdwardUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election
This seat was unopposed
By-election held due to the MP's appointment as a Lord Justice of Appeal
Party Candidate Votes Percent Change
 UnionistNewman, Robert Hunt Stapylton Dudley LydstonUnopposed
MajorityN/AN/AN/A
TurnoutN/AN/AN/A
SwingN/A
Note: These results are in comparison to the previous General Election, not the earlier by-election
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