Norwegian parliamentary election, 1912
- DnA: 23
- V: 76
- FV: 4
- H: 20
The parliamentary election was held in Norway in 1912 and 11 November 1912 by October 20. It was the election for the 35th Storting.
Election loser was the conservative - liberal right-wing coalition of Høyre and Frisinnede Venstre, the 8.4% and approximately 2/ 3 of seats (40 ) lost. The Arbeiderdemokratene lost its two seats and had to move out of the Parliament. The best result was achieved with the Venstre an increase of 9.5 % votes and an absolute majority of seats. Second election winner was the working party that was able to double their number of seats.
The Storting was composed of three fractions.