Electoral results for the Division of Pearce

This is a list of electoral results for the Division of Pearce in Australian federal elections from the division's creation in 1990 until the present.

MembersEdit

Member Party Term
  Fred Chaney Liberal 1990–1993
  Judi Moylan Liberal 1993–2013
  Christian Porter Liberal 2013–present

Election resultsEdit

Elections in the 2010sEdit

2019Edit

2019 Australian federal election: Pearce[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christian Porter 43,689 43.72 −1.72
Labor Kim Travers 29,027 29.05 −5.20
Greens Eugene Marshall 8,676 8.68 −2.28
One Nation Sandy Old 8,199 8.21 +8.21
United Australia Rob Forster 2,495 2.50 +2.50
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Ross Williamson 2,125 2.13 +2.13
Christians Magdeleen Strauss 1,609 1.61 +1.61
Independent Colin Butland 1,456 1.46 +1.46
National Steve Blyth 1,342 1.34 −3.35
Western Australia Michael Calautti 1,305 1.31 +1.31
Total formal votes 99,923 93.03 −2.42
Informal votes 7,491 6.97 +2.42
Turnout 107,414 89.82 +2.47
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Christian Porter 57,478 57.52 +3.89
Labor Kim Travers 42,445 42.48 −3.89
Liberal hold Swing +3.89

2016Edit

2016 Australian federal election: Pearce[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christian Porter 39,551 45.44 −1.65
Labor Thomas French 29,809 34.25 +8.08
Greens Lee-Anne Miles 9,543 10.96 +1.13
National Maddison Simmonds 4,080 4.69 +0.14
Rise Up Australia Taffy Samuriwo-Vuntarde 4,049 4.65 +3.72
Total formal votes 87,032 95.45 +1.18
Informal votes 4,150 4.55 −1.18
Turnout 91,182 87.35 +5.90
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Christian Porter 46,672 53.63 −5.68
Labor Thomas French 40,360 46.37 +5.68
Liberal hold Swing −5.68

2013Edit

2013 Australian federal election: Pearce[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christian Porter 40,275 45.67 −4.24
Labor Madeleine West 22,827 25.88 −3.64
Greens Sarah Nielsen-Harvey 9,901 11.23 −2.01
Palmer United Frank Hough 6,587 7.47 +7.47
National Craig McAllister 4,326 4.91 +2.37
Christians Danielle Canas 1,746 1.98 +1.98
Rise Up Australia Diane Davies 791 0.90 +0.90
Katter's Australian Eddie Richards 727 0.82 +0.82
Democrats Matthew Corica 572 0.65 +0.65
CEC Norman Gay 439 0.50 −0.08
Total formal votes 88,191 94.10 −0.19
Informal votes 5,528 5.90 +0.19
Turnout 93,719 92.49 −0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Christian Porter 51,206 58.06 −0.80
Labor Madeleine West 36,985 41.94 +0.80
Liberal hold Swing −0.80

2010Edit

2010 Australian federal election: Pearce[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 39,248 49.91 -0.52
Labor Bill Leadbetter 23,214 29.52 -3.63
Greens Toni Warden 10,414 13.24 +4.32
National Darren Moir 1,999 2.54 +2.54
Christian Democrats Janet Broadstock 1,691 2.15 +0.18
Family First Ian Rose 1,619 2.06 +0.60
CEC Chris Pepper 456 0.58 +0.28
Total formal votes 78,641 94.29 -1.72
Informal votes 4,762 5.71 +1.72
Turnout 83,403 93.16 -0.02
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 46,292 58.86 +1.17
Labor Bill Leadbetter 32,349 41.14 -1.17
Liberal hold Swing +1.17

Elections in the 2000sEdit

2007Edit

2007 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 43,874 51.81 -1.91
Labor Christopher Myson 27,111 32.01 +3.96
Greens Yvonne Dols 7,277 8.59 +0.74
Christian Democrats Paul Mewhor 1,683 1.99 -0.99
Independent Steve Branwhite 1,533 1.81 +1.81
One Nation David Gunnyon 1,375 1.62 -2.12
Family First David Bolt 1,239 1.46 +1.46
Socialist Alliance Annolies Truman 316 0.37 -0.01
CEC Ron McLean 275 0.32 -0.21
Total formal votes 84,683 96.03 +1.33
Informal votes 3,505 3.97 -1.33
Turnout 88,188 93.30 -0.37
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 50,022 59.07 -3.87
Labor Christopher Myson 34,661 40.93 +3.87
Liberal hold Swing -3.87

2004Edit

2004 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 40,300 53.72 +8.89
Labor David Ritter 21,046 28.05 -2.27
Greens Dominique Lieb 5,891 7.85 +0.63
One Nation David Gunnyon 2,803 3.74 -4.95
Christian Democrats Robert Merrells 2,235 2.98 +1.76
Democrats Donella McLean 1,155 1.54 -2.94
New Country Jeanette Radisich 911 1.21 +1.21
CEC Ron McLean 396 0.53 +0.10
Socialist Alliance Annolies Truman 286 0.38 +0.38
Total formal votes 75,023 94.70 -0.32
Informal votes 4,201 5.30 +0.32
Turnout 79,224 93.67 -1.30
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 47,219 62.94 +6.06
Labor David Ritter 27,804 37.06 -6.06
Liberal hold Swing +6.06

2001Edit

2001 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 31,509 44.83 +4.45
Labor Liam Costello 21,306 30.32 +1.12
One Nation Ken Collins 6,105 8.69 -4.36
Greens Juanita Miller 5,072 7.22 +1.86
Democrats Jack Fox 3,147 4.48 -0.04
National Chris Nelson 1,985 2.82 +0.12
Christian Democrats Vivian Hill 858 1.22 +1.11
CEC Stuart Smith 299 0.43 +0.05
Total formal votes 70,281 95.02 -1.22
Informal votes 3,682 4.98 +1.22
Turnout 73,963 95.33
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 56.87 +1.68
Labor Liam Costello 43.13 -1.68
Liberal hold Swing +1.68

Elections in the 1990sEdit

1998Edit

1998 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 32,475 43.54 -11.41
Labor Paul Andrews 22,751 30.51 +2.85
One Nation David Gunnyon 9,381 12.58 +12.58
Greens Keith Schekkerman 4,420 5.93 -0.95
Democrats Barbara Moxham 4,420 5.70 -3.96
National Roger Cooper 1,017 1.36 +0.59
CEC John Burt 288 0.39 +0.39
Total formal votes 74,580 96.36 -0.65
Informal votes 2,820 3.64 +0.65
Turnout 77,400 95.25 -0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 41,246 55.30 -8.29
Labor Paul Andrews 33,334 44.70 +8.29
Liberal hold Swing -8.29

1996Edit

1996 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 38,070 54.18 +2.82
Labor Paul Andrews 20,313 28.91 -3.68
Democrats Julie Ward 7,031 10.01 +5.46
Greens Robert Barnacle 4,857 6.91 -1.15
Total formal votes 70,271 96.93 -0.99
Informal votes 2,229 3.07 +0.99
Turnout 72,500 95.88 -0.34
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 43,306 62.18 +3.42
Labor Paul Andrews 26,342 37.82 -3.42
Liberal hold Swing +3.42

1993Edit

1993 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 34,777 51.35 -0.80
Labor Patrick Jebb 22,065 32.58 +5.05
Greens Stephen Hall 5,458 8.06 -0.61
Democrats Peter Lambert 3,077 4.54 -5.50
National Mark Forecast 2,345 3.46 +3.46
Total formal votes 67,722 97.91 +0.92
Informal votes 1,443 2.09 -0.92
Turnout 69,165 96.22
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 39,771 58.76 -0.17
Labor Patrick Jebb 27,909 41.24 +0.17
Liberal hold Swing -0.17

1990Edit

1990 Australian federal election: Pearce
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Fred Chaney 32,424 52.2 +8.8
Labor John Duncan 17,115 27.5 -16.9
Democrats Peter Lambert 6,245 10.0 +6.0
Greens Greg Bankoff 5,389 8.7 +8.7
Grey Power Gina Pintabona 994 1.6 +1.6
Total formal votes 62,167 97.0
Informal votes 1,924 3.0
Turnout 64,091 95.0
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Fred Chaney 36,563 58.9 +6.0
Labor John Duncan 25,477 41.1 -6.0
Liberal hold Swing +6.0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pearce, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  2. ^ Pearce, WA, Virtual Tally Room 2016, Australian Electoral Commission.
  3. ^ 2013 results for Pearce, AEC.
  4. ^ "2010 results for Pearce". AEC.