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Republic of China presidential election, 1913

Republic of China presidential elections, 1913

6 & 7 October 1913

Nominee Yuan Shikai
Party Nonpartisan
Electoral vote 500
Percentage 71.12%

President before election

Yuan Shikai

Elected President

Yuan Shikai

The 1913 Republic of China Presidential and Vice-Presidential Elections were the election held on 6 and 7 October 1913 in Beijing for the first official President and Vice President of the Republic of China respectively. The incumbent Yuan Shikai and Li Yuanhong were elected by two houses of the National Assembly.[1]


  • Vote summary 1
    • Presidential election 1.1
    • Vice-Presidential election 1.2
  • See also 2
  • Citations 3
  • References 4

Vote summary

Presidential election

Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Non-partisan Yuan Shikai 500 71.12%
Total 703 100.00%

Vice-Presidential election

Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Nonpartisan Li Yuanhong 601 83.59%
Total 719 100.00%

See also


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  • 中央選舉委員會,中華民國選舉史,台北:中央選舉委員會印行,1987年
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