Electoral results for the district of Mudgee

Mudgee, an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales had two incarnation, from 1859 to 1920 and from 1927 to 1968.[1][2][3]

Election Member Party
1859   Lyttleton Bayley None
1859 by   Samuel Terry None
1860
1864
1869   Henry Stephen None
1872 by   Henry Parkes None
1872   Joseph Innes None
1873 by   Joseph O'Connor None
1874   Stephen Goold None
1876 by   Richard Rouse None
1877   John Robertson None
1879 by   Richard Rouse None
1879 re-count   David Buchanan None Member Party Member Party
1880   Samuel Terry None   Louis Beyers None
1882 by   John Robertson None
1882   Adolphus Taylor None
1883 by
1885   Thomas Browne None
1886 by   William Wall None
1887   Reginald Black Free Trade   Protectionist
1887 by   John Haynes Free Trade
1891   Robert Jones Ind. Free Trade   Ind. Free Trade
1894   Free Trade
1895
1898   Edwin Richards Protectionist
1901   Progressive
1904
1907   Robert Jones Liberal Reform
1910   Bill Dunn Labor
1911 by
1913
1917
 
Election Member Party
1927   Bill Dunn Labor
1930
1932   David Spring Country
1935   Bill Dunn Labor (NSW)
1938   Labor
1941
1944
1947
1950   Frederick Cooke Country
1953   Leo Nott Labor
1956
1959
1962
1965

Election resultsEdit

Elections in the 1960sEdit

1965Edit

1965 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Leo Nott 8,115 50.6 −3.3
Liberal Richard Evans 4,509 28.1 +2.4
Country Emile Moufarrige 3,423 21.3 +3.0
Total formal votes 16,047 98.9 +0.4
Informal votes 184 1.1 −0.4
Turnout 16,231 96.0 +0.6
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Leo Nott 8,355 52.1 −3.5
Liberal Richard Evans 7,692 47.9 +3.5
Labor hold Swing −3.5

1962Edit

1962 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Leo Nott 8,772 53.9 +4.6
Liberal Albert Cox 4,187 25.7 −0.6
Country Edward Punch 2,988 18.3 −3.9
Democratic Labor Edward Byrnes 334 2.1 −0.1
Total formal votes 16,281 98.5
Informal votes 247 1.5
Turnout 16,528 95.4
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Leo Nott 9,048 55.6 +4.7
Liberal Albert Cox 7,233 44.4 −4.7
Labor hold Swing +4.7

Elections in the 1950sEdit

1959Edit

1959 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Leo Nott 7,929 49.3
Liberal Jack Ives 4,221 26.3
Country Norman Griffith 3,576 22.2
Democratic Labor Donald Bennett 347 2.2
Total formal votes 16,073 98.8
Informal votes 198 1.2
Turnout 16,271 95.4
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Leo Nott 8,174 50.9
Liberal Jack Ives 7,899 49.1
Labor hold Swing

1956Edit

1956 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Leo Nott 8,220 50.7 −2.3
Liberal Eric Hennessy 4,650 28.7 +28.7
Country Kenneth Masters 3,343 20.6 −26.4
Total formal votes 16,213 99.0 +0.6
Informal votes 160 1.0 −0.6
Turnout 16,373 94.2 −0.8
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Leo Nott 8,554 52.8 −0.2
Liberal Eric Hennessy 7,659 47.2 +0.2
Labor hold Swing −0.2

1953Edit

1953 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Leo Nott 8,817 53.0
Country Frederick Cooke 7,818 47.0
Total formal votes 16,635 98.4
Informal votes 262 1.6
Turnout 16,897 95.0
Labor gain from Country Swing

1950Edit

1950 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor John Breen 7,128 45.9
Country Frederick Cooke 4,381 28.2
Liberal Norman Horne 4,019 25.9
Total formal votes 15,528 98.9
Informal votes 175 1.1
Turnout 15,703 94.2
Two-party-preferred result
Country Frederick Cooke 8,122 52.3
Labor John Breen 7,406 47.7
Country gain from Labor Swing

Elections in the 1940sEdit

1947Edit

1947 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 6,487 55.0 -8.0
Country Frederick Cooke 5,298 45.0 +45.0
Total formal votes 11,785 99.2 +1.1
Informal votes 96 0.8 -1.1
Turnout 11,881 95.5 +4.2
Labor hold Swing N/A

1944Edit

1944 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 6,967 63.0 -6.4
Independent Frederick Cooke 3,304 29.9 -0.7
Independent Kevin Nott 788 7.1 +7.1
Total formal votes 11,059 98.1 -0.8
Informal votes 209 1.9 +0.8
Turnout 11,268 91.3 -2.9
Labor hold Swing N/A
  • Preferences were not distributed.

1941Edit

1941 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 8,771 69.4
Independent Frederick Cooke 3,877 30.6
Total formal votes 12,648 98.9
Informal votes 143 1.1
Turnout 12,791 94.2
Labor hold Swing

Elections in the 1930sEdit

1938Edit

1938 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 8,587 60.5 +7.8
Country Eric Pye 3,279 23.1 -24.2
Country Reginald Wilson 2,320 16.3 +16.3
Total formal votes 14,186 98.4 -1.0
Informal votes 229 1.6 +1.0
Turnout 14,415 96.4 -1.0
Labor hold Swing N/A
  • Preferences were not distributed.

1935Edit

1935 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor (NSW) Bill Dunn (defeated) 7,598 52.7 +5.5
Country David Spring 6,818 47.3 -5.2
Total formal votes 14,416 99.4 +0.3
Informal votes 91 0.6 -0.3
Turnout 14,507 97.4 +0.5
Labor (NSW) gain from Country Swing N/A

1932Edit

1932 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Country David Spring 6,956 52.5 +14.1
Labor (NSW) Bill Dunn 6,248 47.2 -13.8
Communist James Terry 43 0.3 -0.3
Total formal votes 13,247 99.1 0.0
Informal votes 114 0.9 0.0
Turnout 13,361 96.9 +0.9
Country gain from Labor (NSW) Swing N/A
  • David Spring was jointly endorsed by the UAP and Country Party. In parliament, he caucused with the Country party.

1930Edit

1930 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 7,538 61.0
Country Gordon Wilkins 4,741 38.4
Communist Patrick Walsh 76 0.6
Total formal votes 12,355 99.1
Informal votes 109 0.9
Turnout 12,464 96.0
Labor hold Swing

Elections in the 1920sEdit

1927Edit

1927 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 6,948 54.1
Country Gordon Wilkins 5,904 45.9
Total formal votes 12,852 99.4
Informal votes 79 0.6
Turnout 12,931 88.9
Labor win (new seat)

1920 - 1927Edit

District abolished

Elections in the 1910sEdit

1917Edit

1917 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn unopposed
Labor hold  

1913Edit

1913 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn 4,127 52.8
Liberal Reform Owen Gilbert 3,696 47.2
Total formal votes 7,823 97.7
Informal votes 182 2.3
Turnout 8,005 82.2
Labor hold  

1911 by-electionEdit

1911 Mudgee by-election
Wednesday 16 August [20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Dunn (re-elected) 3,173 51.6 -1.6
Liberal Reform Owen Gilbert 2,975 48.4 +1.6
Total formal votes 6,148 100.0 +1.0
Informal votes 0 0.0 -1.0
Turnout 6,148 72.7 [a] -5.3
Labor hold Swing -1.6
Bill Dunn (Labor) resigned in protest over land legislation.[20]

1910Edit

1910 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Bill Dunn 3,476 53.2 +10.6
Liberal Reform Robert Jones (defeated) 3,052 46.8 -6.9
Total formal votes 6,528 99.0 +1.7
Informal votes 69 1.0 -1.7
Turnout 6,597 78.0 +4.8
Labour gain from Liberal Reform  

Elections in the 1900sEdit

1907Edit

1907 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Robert Jones 3,045 53.7
Labour James Morrish 2,417 42.6
Independent William Wall 211 3.7
Total formal votes 5,673 97.3
Informal votes 156 2.7
Turnout 5,829 73.2
Liberal Reform gain from Progressive  

1904Edit

1904 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Edwin Richards 2,731 50.1
Liberal Reform John Haynes 2,717 49.9
Total formal votes 5,448 99.4
Informal votes 33 0.6
Turnout 5,481 70.7
Progressive hold  
Mudgee was expanded to include part of the abolished seat of Wellington. The member for Mudgee was Edwin Richards (Progressive) and the member for Wellington was John Haynes (Liberal Reform).

1901Edit

1901 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Edwin Richards 1,318 54.4 +4.3
Liberal Reform Robert Jones 1,104 45.6 -4.3
Total formal votes 2,422 99.4 +0.3
Informal votes 15 0.6 -0.3
Turnout 2,437 74.0 +5.9
Progressive hold  

Elections in the 1890sEdit

1898Edit

1898 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Federal Edwin Richards 1,065 50.1
Free Trade Robert Jones 1,059 49.9
Total formal votes 2,124 99.1
Informal votes 20 0.9
Turnout 2,144 68.1
National Federal gain from Free Trade  

1895Edit

1895 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Robert Jones 971 55.8
Protectionist J McEwen 768 44.2
Total formal votes 1,739 99.2
Informal votes 14 0.8
Turnout 1,753 69.2
Free Trade hold  

1894Edit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Robert Jones 1,085 56.8
Protectionist Richard Rouse 749 39.2
Labour J M Appleyard 65 3.4
Independent J Scully 10 0.5
Ind. Protectionist W Logan 3 0.2
Total formal votes 1,912 93.6
Informal votes 131 6.4
Turnout 2,043 79.9
Free Trade win (previously 3 members)

1891Edit

1891 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Monday 22 June [28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade John Haynes (re-elected 1) 1,521 21.0
Protectionist William Wall (re-elected 2) 1,343 18.5
Ind. Free Trade Robert Jones (elected 3) 1,290 17.8
Free Trade Reginald Black (defeated) 1,218 16.8
Protectionist George Waldron 1,049 14.5
Labour James Cook 836 11.5
Total formal votes 7,257 99.6
Informal votes 27 0.4
Turnout 2,797 68.5
  Member changed to Ind. Free Trade from Free Trade  
  Protectionist hold 1
  Ind. Free Trade gain 1 from Free Trade
John Haynes and Robert Jones whilst Free Traders, did not support the Free Trade government of Sir Henry Parkes.[28]

Elections in the 1880sEdit

1889Edit

1889 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Saturday 9 February [29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Reginald Black (elected 1) 1,338 18.5
Protectionist William Wall (elected 2) 1,302 18.0
Free Trade John Haynes (elected 3) 1,206 16.7
Protectionist G Townsend 1,177 16.3
Free Trade Dr Kelly 1,112 15.4
Protectionist Thomas Browne 1,098 15.2
Total formal votes 7,233 99.7
Informal votes 25 0.3
Turnout 2,509 63.1
  Free Trade hold 2  
  Protectionist hold 1
Thomas Browne (Protectionist) was a sitting member for Wentworth.

1887 by-electionEdit

1887 Mudgee by-election
Friday 6 May [30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade John Haynes (elected) 1,025 54.5
Protectionist John Carden 855 45.5
Total formal votes 1,880 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,880 47.8
Free Trade hold  
Adolphus Taylor (Free Trade) resigned to become the Examiner of Patents.[30]

1887Edit

1887 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Tuesday 15 February [31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Adolphus Taylor (re-elected 1) 1,219 20.2
Protectionist William Wall (re-elected 2) 1,071 17.8
Free Trade Reginald Black (elected 3) 1,056 17.5
Protectionist Richard Rouse 990 16.4
Free Trade John Haynes 884 14.7
Protectionist John Carden 805 13.4
Total formal votes 6,025 99.3
Informal votes 40 0.7
Turnout 2,231 56.7
Thomas Browne unsuccessfully contested Wentworth.

1886 by-electionEdit

1886 Mudgee by-election
Tuesday 29 June [32]
Candidate Votes %
William Wall (elected) unopposed  
John Robertson resigned.[32]

1885Edit

1885 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Friday 23 October [33]
Candidate Votes %
Sir John Robertson (re-elected 1) 1,628 29.5
Adolphus Taylor (re-elected 2) 1,583 28.7
Thomas Browne (elected 3) 1,178 21.4
John Hurley 567 10.3
Louis Beyers 562 10.2
Total formal votes 5,518 99.6
Informal votes 22 0.4
Turnout 2,065 51.3

1883 by-electionEdit

1883 Mudgee by-election
Tuesday 13 March [34]
Candidate Votes %
Adolphus Taylor (elected) 1,289 66.6
John McElhone 645 33.4
Total formal votes 1,934 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,934 38.6
Adolphus Taylor resigned after a challenge by John McElhone.[34]

1882Edit

1882 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Monday 11 December [35]
Candidate Votes %
Adolphus Taylor (elected 1) 1,976 32.3
John Robertson (re-elected 2) 1,256 20.5
David Buchanan (re-elected 3) 1,154 18.8
Thomas Browne 1,104 18.0
George Davidson 637 10.4
Total formal votes 6,127 99.7
Informal votes 21 0.3
Turnout 2,445 49.1

1882 by-electionEdit

1882 Mudgee by-election
Friday 13 January [36]
Candidate Votes %
John Robertson (elected) unopposed  

1880Edit

1880 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Wednesday 1 December [37]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Terry (re-elected 1) 1,790 25.0
Louis Beyers (re-elected 2) 1,754 24.5
David Buchanan (re-elected 3) 1,492 20.8
Joseph O'Connor 1,063 14.9
Total formal votes 1,059 100.0
Informal votes 7,158 0.0
Turnout 7,158 53.7
  (2 new seats)
The sitting member David Buchanan had already unsuccessfully contested West Sydney. Samuel Terry was the member for New England and Louis Beyers was the member for the abolished district of Goldfields West.

Elections in the 1870sEdit

1879 re-countEdit

1879 Mudgee election re-count
Thursday 20 March [38][39]
Candidate Votes %
David Buchanan (elected) N/A
Richard Rouse (defeated) N/A
The Committee of Elections and Qualifications overturned the election of Richard Rouse and declared that David Buchanan was elected as the member for Mudgee.[39]

1879 by-electionEdit

1879 Mudgee by-election
Monday 6 January [40]
Candidate Votes %
Richard Rouse (elected) 895 50.03
David Buchanan 894 49.97
Total formal votes 1,789 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,789 43.6
Sir John Robertson resigned to be appointed to the Legislative Council.[40]

1877Edit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Monday 5 November [41]
Candidate Votes %
Sir John Robertson (elected) 1,142 53.7
Richard Rouse (defeated) 985 46.3
Total formal votes 2,127 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 2,130 44.4

1876 by-electionEdit

1876 Mudgee by-election
Thursday 5 October [42]
Candidate Votes %
Richard Rouse (elected) 1,360 54.6
William Pigott 1,129 45.4
Total formal votes 2,4890 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.00
Turnout 2,489 49.0
Stephen Goold died.[42]

1874Edit

1874–75 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Wednesday 23 December 1874 [43]
Candidate Votes %
Stephen Goold (elected) 1,660 56.6
Patrick Jennings 1,271 43.4
Total formal votes 2,931 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 2,930 49.6

1873 by-electionEdit

1873 Mudgee by-election
Monday 8 September [44]
Candidate Votes %
Joseph O'Connor (elected) 1,618 40.0
Walter Church 995 24.6
Alfred O'Connor 881 21.8
John Scully 556 13.7
Total formal votes 4,050 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 4,050 45.8
Joseph Innes was appointed to the Legislative Council.[44]

1872Edit

1872 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Thursday 7 March [45]
Candidate Votes %
Joseph Innes (elected) 833 59.8
Joseph O'Connor 559 40.2
Total formal votes 1,392 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,392 50.9

1872 by-electionEdit

1872 Mudgee by-election
Tuesday 2 January [46]
Candidate Votes %
Henry Parkes (elected) 848 64.6
Joseph O'Connor 465 35.4
Total formal votes 1,313 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,313 48.0
Henry Stephen resigned.[46]

Elections in the 1860sEdit

1869Edit

1869–70 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Thursday 16 December 1869 [47]
Candidate Votes %
Henry Stephen (elected) 760 59.0
Samuel Terry (defeated) 529 41.0
Total formal votes 1,289 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,289 53.8

1864Edit

1864–65 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Saturday 24 December 1864 [48]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Terry (re-elected) 583 57.1
Joseph Innes 438 42.9
Total formal votes 1,021 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,021 52.6

1860Edit

1860 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Saturday 15 December 1860 [49]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Terry (re-elected) 547 86.0
James Martin 89 14.0
Total formal votes 636 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 636 26.0

Elections in the 1850sEdit

1859 by-electionEdit

1859 Mudgee by-election
Monday 19 December [50]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Terry (elected) 342 47.6
T H Sinden 376 52.4
Total formal votes 718 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 718 35.6
Lyttleton Bayley resigned.[50]

1859Edit

1859 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Saturday 18 June [51]
Candidate Votes %
Lyttleton Bayley (elected) 524 68.8
Robert Lowe 238 31.2
Total formal votes 762 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 762 37.8

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Estimate based on a roll of 8,458 at the 1910 election.[21]

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