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Parramatta by-election, 1921

A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Parramatta on 10 December 1921. This was triggered by the resignation of Nationalist MP, Treasurer and former Prime Minister Sir Joseph Cook to become Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.

The by-election was won by Nationalist candidate Herbert Pratten, who resigned from the Senate to run.

Results

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Parramatta by-election, 1921[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Total formal votes 31,448 98.8
Informal votes 859 1.2
Turnout 32,307
Two-party-preferred result

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Nationalist hold Swing +3.4

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