Medway Elects
Sir Frederick Burden

Terms of Office

Frederick Burden has served the following terms of office:

UK Parliament

Gillingham
  23 Feb 1950 - 9 Jun 1983

Electoral History

Frederick Burden has stood in the following elections:

UK Parliament

3 May 1979
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 26,791 Elected

10 October 1974
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 19,042 Elected

28 February 1974
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 20,934 Elected

18 June 1970
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 25,813 Elected

31 March 1966
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 20,158 Elected

15 October 1964
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 20,228 Elected

8 October 1959
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 23,142 Elected

26 May 1955
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 20,984 Elected

25 October 1951
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 21,453 Elected

23 February 1950
Gillingham
  Frederick Burden 20,504 Elected

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