Electoral district of Warren-Blackwood
Western Australia—Legislative Assembly
Location of Warren-Blackwood (dark green) in Western Australia
|Dates current||1950–20081, 2013–present|
|Namesake||Warren region; Blackwood River|
|Area||22,708 km2 (8,767.6 sq mi)|
|1 known as Warren 1950–1996 and Blackwood-Stirling 2008-2013|
Known as Warren until 1996, the district was located in the south-west of the state and first contested at the 1950 state election. The seat was abolished ahead of the 2008 state election as a result of the reduction in rural seats made necessary by the one vote one value reforms. Its former territory was largely absorbed by the seat of Blackwood-Stirling, with parts also added to Vasse. The following state election saw the changes essentially reversed, with the name Blackwood-Stirling reverting to Warren-Blackwood.
Members for Warren-BlackwoodEdit
|One Nation||Greg Moroney||1,641||7.0||+7.0|
|Shooters, Fishers, Farmers||Marc Deas||1,344||5.7||+5.7|
|Total formal votes||23,572||95.6||+1.1|
- Warren-Blackwood District Profile and Results, 2017 State General Election, WAEC.
- Antony Green. "2005 Election Profile: Warren". ABC.
- "Map of Warren (2005–2008)". boundarieswa.com. Archived from the original on 19 January 2013.
- "Map of Warren (1996–2005)". boundarieswa.com. Archived from the original on 18 January 2013.
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