In this chapter the nature, extent, and evolution of political incorporation in the newly-created Yugoslav state will be explored through the analysis of voting behavior in five national elections held in the interwar years. These elections include the Constituent Assembly election of 1920 and the general elections of 1923, 1925, and 1927 held during the liberal-democratic phase, and the election of 1935 held during the period of right-wing authoritarianism.