Elections were held in the Australianstate of Queensland on 11 May 1935 to elect the 62 members of the state’s Legislative Assembly. The Labor government of Premier William Forgan Smith was seeking a second term after having defeated the Country and Progressive National Party in the 1932 election.
Labor received a significant swing and gained 13 seats. The election took place on new boundaries for the second election in a row.
The election saw a swing to Labor from the 1932 election.
1 575,288 electors were enrolled to vote at the election, but 8 seats (12.9% of the total) were uncontested—6 Labor seats (2 less than in 1932) representing 49,621 enrolled voters and two CPNP seats representing 17,907 enrolled voters.