Electoral district of Hampden
Hampden was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Victoria from 1904 until its abolition in 1976. Most of the territory located in the old division of Hampden was transferred into the re-created electorate of Ripon. Hampden's most notable member was the longest serving Premier of Victoria Sir Henry Bolte. The seat was a marginally conservative seat, having never been won by the non-conservative parties for more than one term.
|Namesake||County of Hampden|
Members for HampdenEdit
|David Oman||Commonwealth Liberal||1904–1927|
|William Cumming||United Australia||1935–1945|
|Henry Bolte||Liberal / LCP [a]||1947–1972|