Electoral results for the district of Hornsby

Hornsby, an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, has had two incarnations, the first from 1927 to 1991, the second from 1999 to the present.[1][2]

Members for HornsbyEdit

First incarnation (1927–1991)
Member Party Term
  James Shand[3] Nationalist 1927–1932
  United Australia 1932–1941
  Independent UAP 1941–1941
  Sydney Storey[4] Independent UAP 1941–1945
  Liberal 1945–1962
  Independent Liberal 1962–1962
  John Maddison[5] Liberal 1962–1973
  Neil Pickard[6] Liberal 1973–1991
Second incarnation (1999–present)
  Stephen O'Doherty[7] Liberal 1999–2002
  Judy Hopwood[8] Liberal 2002–2011
  Matt Kean[9] Liberal 2011–present

Election resultsEdit

Elections in the 2010sEdit

2019Edit

2019 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[10][11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Matt Kean 26,269 52.53 −5.84
Labor Katie Gompertz 9,683 19.36 +0.01
Greens Joe Nicita 6,131 12.26 −1.63
Independent Mick Gallagher 2,287 4.57 −0.20
One Nation Emma Eros 2,250 4.50 +4.50
Keep Sydney Open Hayden Gray 1,192 2.38 +2.38
Conservatives Andrew Isaac 893 1.79 +1.79
Sustainable Australia Justin Thomas 835 1.67 +1.67
Independent John Murray 463 0.93 +0.93
Total formal votes 50,003 97.53 −0.19
Informal votes 1,268 2.47 +0.19
Turnout 51,271 92.92 −0.46
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Matt Kean 28,700 66.30 −2.64
Labor Katie Gompertz 14,585 33.70 +2.64
Liberal hold Swing −2.64

2015Edit

2015 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[12][13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Matt Kean 29,097 58.4 +8.1
Labor Steve Ackerman 9,647 19.4 +8.4
Greens John Storey 6,925 13.9 +1.4
Independent Mick Gallagher 2,379 4.8 +1.4
Christian Democrats Leighton Thew 1,256 2.5 −0.8
No Land Tax Mary Di Cosmo 542 1.1 +1.1
Total formal votes 49,846 97.7 +0.8
Informal votes 1,164 2.3 −0.8
Turnout 51,010 93.4 +1.0
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Matt Kean 31,225 68.9 −7.5
Labor Steve Ackerman 14,065 31.1 +7.5
Liberal hold Swing −7.5

2011Edit

2011 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Matt Kean 23,317 49.4 -3.5
Independent Nick Berman 10,418 22.1 +22.1
Greens Toni Wright-Turner 5,242 11.1 +0.6
Labor Nicholas Car 4,846 10.3 -12.6
Independent Mick Gallagher 1,876 4.0 +0.9
Christian Democrats Leighton Thew 1,495 3.2 -1.5
Total formal votes 47,194 97.5 -0.1
Informal votes 1,228 2.5 +0.1
Turnout 48,422 94.5 +0.7
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Matt Kean 29,618 77.1 +11.6
Labor Nicholas Car 8,797 22.9 -11.6
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Matt Kean 25,158 62.1 -4.4
Independent Nick Berman 15,361 37.9 +37.9
Liberal hold Swing -4.4

Elections in the 2000sEdit

2007Edit

2007 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judy Hopwood 23,636 52.9 +8.6
Labor Janelle McIntosh 10,201 22.8 -10.5
Greens Catherine Turner 4,714 10.5 +1.6
Christian Democrats Leighton Thew 2,067 4.6 +1.4
Independent Mick Gallagher 1,389 3.1 +0.1
Unity Fei Zhou 878 2.0 +0.0
Democrats Peter Fallon 676 1.5 +0.0
AAFI Lyndon Shepherd 640 1.4 +0.0
Independent Ian Johnston 494 1.1 +1.1
Total formal votes 44,695 97.6 -0.3
Informal votes 1,110 2.4 +0.3
Turnout 45,805 93.8
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judy Hopwood 26,118 66.5 +12.3
Labor Janelle McIntosh 13,137 33.5 -12.3
Liberal hold Swing +12.3

2003Edit

2003 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judy Hopwood 18,780 44.2 +3.1
Labor Susan White 14,696 34.6 +0.8
Greens Wendy McMurdo 3,967 9.3 +5.5
Independent Mick Gallagher 1,659 3.9 -0.7
Christian Democrats John Salvaggio 1,408 3.3 +3.3
Unity William Chan 715 1.7 -0.3
AAFI David Wadsworth 615 1.4 +0.5
Democrats Kate Orman 608 1.4 -3.5
Total formal votes 42,448 98.0 +0.3
Informal votes 857 2.0 -0.3
Turnout 43,305 92.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judy Hopwood 20,321 53.1 +0.4
Labor Susan White 17,923 46.9 -0.4
Liberal hold Swing +0.4

2002 by-electionEdit

2002 Hornsby by-election
Saturday 23 February [17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judy Hopwood 18,206 48.12 -4.57
Independent John Muirhead 6,634 17.54
Greens Tony Mohr 4,975 13.15 +9.39
Independent Mick Gallagher 4,675 12.36 +7.8
Democrats Joanna Wong 2,296 6.07 +1.2
Christian Democrats Owen Nannelli 1,045 2.76
Total formal votes 37,831 97.73 +0.05
Informal votes 878 2.27 -0.05
Turnout 39,188 85.51 -7.41
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Judy Hopwood 20,096 60.16
Independent John Muirhead 13,309 39.84
Liberal hold Swing +7.46 [a]
Stephen O'Doherty (Liberal) resigned.[17]

Elections in the 1990sEdit

1999Edit

1999 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Stephen O'Doherty 16,976 41.1 -11.2
Labor Scott Cardamatis 13,966 33.8 +8.8
Democrats Alicia Swallow 2,012 4.9 -2.0
Independent Chris Meany 1,925 4.7 +4.7
Independent Mick Gallagher 1,882 4.6 -7.4
One Nation Peter Jansson 1,679 4.1 +4.1
Greens Steve Douglas 1,554 3.8 +3.8
Unity Xiaogang Zhang 817 2.0 +2.0
AAFI David Mudgee 363 0.9 -1.6
Independent Russell Howe 141 0.3 +0.3
Total formal votes 41,315 97.7 +1.5
Informal votes 982 2.3 -1.5
Turnout 42,297 92.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Stephen O'Doherty 19,065 52.7 -11.0
Labor Scott Cardamatis 17,117 47.3 +11.0
Liberal hold Swing -11.0

District re-created

1991-1999Edit

District abolished

Elections in the 1980sEdit

1988Edit

1988 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Neil Pickard 18,591 61.5 +4.0
Labor Alan Wells 9,664 32.0 -6.1
Independent Michael Voorbij 1,951 6.5 +6.5
Total formal votes 30,206 97.2 -1.1
Informal votes 873 2.8 +1.1
Turnout 31,079 94.2
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Neil Pickard 19,259 64.7 +5.0
Labor Alan Wells 10,529 35.3 -5.0
Liberal hold Swing +5.0

1984Edit

1984 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Neil Pickard 18,177 56.7 +5.2
Labor Christopher Gorrick 12,339 38.5 -5.5
Democrats Michael Pettigrew 1,520 4.7 +1.5
Total formal votes 32,036 98.3 +1.0
Informal votes 562 1.7 -1.0
Turnout 32,598 92.3 -0.6
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Neil Pickard 59.2 +5.4
Labor Christopher Gorrick 40.8 -5.4
Liberal hold Swing +5.4

1981Edit

1981 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Neil Pickard 15,814 51.5
Labor Christopher Gorrick 13,507 44.0
Democrats John Haydon 996 3.2
Independent Timothy Daly 381 1.2
Total formal votes 30,698 97.3
Informal votes 845 2.7
Turnout 31,543 92.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Neil Pickard 16,314 53.8 +5.5
Labor Christopher Gorrick 14,007 46.2 -5.5
Liberal hold Swing +5.5

Elections in the 1970sEdit

1978Edit

1978 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Neil Pickard 16,769 50.8 -10.8
Labor Christopher Gorrick 16,207 49.2 +10.8
Total formal votes 32,976 97.4 -0.7
Informal votes 887 2.6 +0.7
Turnout 33,863 92.3 -3.0
Liberal hold Swing -10.8

1976Edit

1976 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Neil Pickard 20,107 61.6 +1.6
Labor Hans Eisler 12,555 38.4 +5.2
Total formal votes 32,662 98.1 +0.2
Informal votes 619 1.9 -0.2
Turnout 33,281 95.3 +2.1
Liberal hold Swing -3.8

1973Edit

1973 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Neil Pickard 17,788 60.0 +5.6
Labor Brian Silvia 9,852 33.2 +33.2
Democratic Labor Cecil Wallace 2,021 6.8 +0.3
Total formal votes 29,661 97.9
Informal votes 647 2.1
Turnout 30,308 93.2
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Neil Pickard 19,405 65.4 +5.6
Labor Brian Silvia 10,256 34.6 +34.6
Liberal hold Swing +5.6

1971Edit

1971 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Maddison 13,938 54.4 -14.7
Independent David Hill 7,200 28.1 +28.1
Australia George Black 2,825 11.0 +11.0
Democratic Labor Anthony Felton 1,668 6.5 +0.7
Total formal votes 25,631 98.1
Informal votes 491 1.9
Turnout 26,122 93.6
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal John Maddison 16,185 63.1 -10.6
Independent David Hill 9,446 36.9 +36.9
Liberal hold Swing -10.6

Elections in the 1960sEdit

1968Edit

1968 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Maddison 18,929 69.1 -0.5
Labor Kenneth Reid 6,882 25.1 +0.3
Democratic Labor Anthony Felton 1,591 5.8 +0.1
Total formal votes 27,402 97.0
Informal votes 849 3.0
Turnout 28,251 93.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal John Maddison 20,202 73.7 +1.4
Labor Kenneth Reid 7,200 26.3 -1.4
Liberal hold Swing +1.4

1965Edit

1965 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Maddison 21,191 69.6 +15.4
Labor Terrence Foster 7,543 24.8 +0.1
Democratic Labor Anthony Felton 1,723 5.7 +5.7
Total formal votes 30,457 98.4 −0.5
Informal votes 491 1.6 +0.5
Turnout 30,948 93.6 −0.6
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal John Maddison 22,569 74.1 +4.1
Labor Terrence Foster 7,888 25.9 −4.1
Liberal hold Swing +4.1

1962Edit

1962 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Maddison 14,508 54.2 −15.5
Labor Percy Staines 6,604 24.7 −5.6
Independent Sydney Storey 3,494 13.1 +13.1
Independent Robert Turner 2,141 8.0 +8.0
Total formal votes 26,747 98.9
Informal votes 307 1.1
Turnout 27,054 94.2
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal John Maddison 18,723 70.0 −0.4
Labor Percy Staines 8,024 30.0 +0.4
Liberal hold Swing −0.4

Elections in the 1950sEdit

1959Edit

1959 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sydney Storey 16,234 66.7
Labor Arthur Evans 8,087 33.3
Total formal votes 24,321 98.2
Informal votes 447 1.8
Turnout 24,768 92.4
Liberal hold Swing

1956Edit

1956 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sydney Storey 16,665 69.1 +8.6
Labor Francis O'Connell 7,447 30.9 +30.9
Total formal votes 24,112 98.4 +0.6
Informal votes 402 1.6 −0.6
Turnout 24,514 93.1 +0.5
Liberal hold Swing N/A

1953Edit

1953 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sydney Storey 12,744 60.5
Independent Leslie Matthews 6,868 32.6
Independent Victor Taylor 1,438 6.8
Total formal votes 21,050 97.8
Informal votes 465 2.2
Turnout 21,515 92.6
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Sydney Storey 13,463 63.9
Independent Leslie Matthews 7,587 36.1
Liberal hold Swing

1950Edit

1950 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sydney Storey 14,753 67.2
Labor Roy Shirvington 7,215 32.8
Total formal votes 21,968 98.6
Informal votes 303 1.4
Turnout 22,271 92.1
Liberal hold Swing

Elections in the 1940sEdit

1947Edit

1947 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jeffrey Blaxland 9,203 37.2 -2.3
Liberal Sydney Storey 7,649 30.9 +30.9
Labor George Manuel 6,491 26.2 +26.2
Independent Charles Somerville 1,401 5.7 +5.7
Total formal votes 24,744 97.3 +1.1
Informal votes 693 2.7 -1.1
Turnout 25,437 94.1 +4.8
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Sydney Storey 13,385 54.1
Liberal Jeffrey Blaxland 11,359 45.9
Liberal gain from Independent Swing N/A

1944Edit

1944 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Sydney Storey 9,885 49.9 +10.8
Democratic Howard Beale 7,815 39.5 -1.2
Lang Labor James Mahony 2,102 10.6 +10.6
Total formal votes 19,802 96.2 +0.8
Informal votes 781 3.8 -0.8
Turnout 20,583 89.3 -1.4
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent Sydney Storey 11,347 57.3 +7.2
Democratic Howard Beale 8,455 42.7 -7.2
Independent hold Swing +7.2

1941Edit

1941 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia Wilfred Frances 7,509 40.7
Independent UAP Sydney Storey 7,216 39.1
Independent Albert French 3,743 20.3
Total formal votes 18,468 95.4
Informal votes 886 4.6
Turnout 19,354 90.7
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent UAP Sydney Storey 9,249 50.1
United Australia Wilfred Frances 9,219 49.9
Independent UAP gain from United Australia Swing

Elections in the 1930sEdit

1938Edit

1938 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia James Shand 8,238 39.4 -41.9
United Australia Sydney Storey 6,012 28.7 +28.7
United Australia William Henson 4,936 23.6 +23.6
Independent Howard Miscamble 1,741 8.3 +8.3
Total formal votes 20,927 95.4 +8.1
Informal votes 1,010 4.6 -8.1
Turnout 21,937 95.6 +0.3
Two-candidate-preferred result
United Australia James Shand 11,082 53.0
United Australia Sydney Storey 9,845 47.0
United Australia hold Swing N/A

1935Edit

1935 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia James Shand 14,464 81.3 +5.4
Centre Fergus Munro 3,324 18.7 +18.7
Total formal votes 17,788 87.3 -11.1
Informal votes 2,586 12.7 +11.1
Turnout 20,374 95.3 -0.2
United Australia hold Swing N/A

1932Edit

1932 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia James Shand 14,462 75.9 +13.8
Labor (NSW) Charles Hankin 4,599 24.1 -12.5
Total formal votes 19,061 98.4 +0.8
Informal votes 318 1.6 -0.8
Turnout 19,379 95.5 +0.2
United Australia hold Swing N/A

1930Edit

1930 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist James Shand 11,168 62.1
Labor George Osborne 6,594 36.6
Communist Samuel Frew 233 1.3
Total formal votes 17,995 97.6
Informal votes 435 2.4
Turnout 18,430 95.3
Nationalist hold Swing

Elections in the 1920sEdit

1927Edit

1927 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist James Shand 9,111 75.1
Labor Percy Hannett 3,017 24.9
Total formal votes 12,128 98.4
Informal votes 200 1.6
Turnout 12,328 83.8
Nationalist win (new seat)

NotesEdit

  1. ^ compared to the two-party-preferred result for the 1999 Hornsby election.

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