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Aichi 6th district

Aichi 6th district is a constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan. It is located in Northwestern Aichi and consists of the cities of Kasugai, Inuyama and Komaki, part of the Chūkyō Metropolitan Area around Nagoya. As of 2012, 420.807 eligible voters were registered in the district. Until the electoral reform of 1994, the area formed part of the 2nd district of Aichi Prefecture, where he was elected one non-transferable votes of four delegates. The seat is Aichi 6th fell vacant in early 2011, when a representative Yoshihiro Ishida the DPJ went on his unsuccessful cam ...

Aichi 7th district

Aichi 7th district is a single-member constituency of the House of Representatives, the lower house of the national Diet of Japan. It covers the commuter and industrial towns northeast of Nagoya. The district consists of the cities of Ōbu, Owariasahi, Toyoake, Nisshin, Nagakute, Aichi District and parts of Seto City. As of 2016, 448.591 eligible voters were registered in the district. Currently, the district is Shiori AREA. Although currently not a member of any political party, AREA sits in the Constitutional Democratic party Caucus in the house.

Aomori 2nd district

Aomori 2nd district is a single-member constituency of the House of Representatives in the national Diet of Japan. It is located in Northeastern Aomori and covers the prefectures Towada, Misawa, and Mutsu cities, Kamikita and Shimokita districts, and the town of Gonohe within Sannohe District. As of 2015, this area was home to 250.364 voters, which is about half the number of Japanese major district Tokyo 1st quarter. This district is the northernmost of the Japanese house of representatives district on Honshu. Aomori is the so-called "liberal-democratic Kingdom", this means that he often ...

Chiba 1st district (1947–93)

Chiba 1st district was a constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan. Between 1947 and 1993 it elected initially four, later five Representatives by single non-transferable vote. It was located in Chiba and, as of 1993, consisted of the cities of Chiba, Funabashi, Yachiyo, Ichihara and Narashino. Today, the area extends into Chibas 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 9th single-member electoral districts. Before sunset the LDP in the 1970s, years after the oil crisis and the Lockheed scandal, a relatively urban district gained the majority of LDP candidates several times. Represen ...

Chiba 4th district

Chiba 4th district is a constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan. It is located in Western Chiba and covers the city of Funabashi. As of 2016, 459.431 eligible voters were registered in the district. In the 2009 and 2012 general elections, the district has the lowest electoral weight throughout Japan at more than two times as many voters as the district with the highest electoral weight, Kōchi-3rd. Before the electoral reform of 1994 Funabashi was part of the 1st quarter of Tokyo, where he was elected one non-transferable votes of four delegates. Former Prime Minis ...

Chiba 11th district

Chiba 11th district is a single-member constituency of the House of Representatives in the national Diet of Japan. It is located in the eastern portion of Chiba Prefecture, and covers the prefectures Mobara, Tōgane, Katsuura, Isumi, Sanmu, Ōamishirasato, Sanbu District, Chōsei District, and Isumi District. The district was created in 1994 as part of an electoral reform effort in the Japanese House of Representatives, and was first implemented in the 1996 general election. As of 2015, this area was home to 365.194 voters.

                                     

ⓘ Districts of the House of Representatives (Japan)

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