ⓘ Okayama 2nd district, 1928–42. Okayama 2nd district was a multi-member constituency of the House of Representatives in the Imperial Diet of Japan. Between 1928 ..

                                     

ⓘ Okayama 2nd district (1928–42)

Okayama 2nd district was a multi-member constituency of the House of Representatives in the Imperial Diet of Japan. Between 1928 and 1942 it elected five representatives by single non-transferable vote.

It covers the Western part of Okayama, namely Kodama, Tsukubo, Asakuchi, Ode, Shitsuki, Kibi, Jōbō, Kawakami and Atetsu district. A predominantly rural County, as a rule, won the majority of candidates Seiyūkai, among them Inukai Tsuyoshi, who managed Tanaka Giichi as party Chairman in 1929. His son Tucker was between the two candidates who were elected without the support of Taisei Yokusankai elections wartime, 1942.

After 1946 counties, this area became part of the society of Okayama vote in the district.