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General elections were held in Northern Rhodesia in 1938.An additional unofficial member was appointed to the Legislative Council to represent African interests.
The seven elected members of the Legislative Council were elected from seven single-member constituencies.There were a total of 3,932 registered voters.
|Eastern||Fort Jameson, Lundazi, Petauke||146|
|Livingstone and Western||Balovale, Kalabo, Lealui, Livingstone, Mankoya, Senanga, Sesheke||367|
|Midland||Broken Hill (South), Lusaka, Mumbwa||541|
|Ndola||Fort Rosebery, Kawambwa, Luanshya Ndola||792|
|Nkana||Kasempa, Mufulira, Mwinilunga, Nkana, Solwezi||1,196|
|Northern||Abercorn, Broken Hill, Chinsali, Isoka, Kasama, Luwingu, Mkushi, Mpika, Mporokoso, Serenje||624|
|Southern||Kalomo, Mazabuka, Namwala||266|
|Source: Legislative Council of Northern Rhodesia|
|Eastern||Thomas Spurgeon Page|
|Livingstone and Western||Leopold Moore|
|Southern||Richard Ernest Campbell|
Stewart Gore-Browne was appointed as the member representing African interests.