Electoral results for the district of Wollondilly

Wollondilly, an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, has had two incarnations, the first from 1904 to 1981 and the second from 2007 to the present. It returned 3 members between 1920 and 1927.[1][2][3][4]

MembersEdit

First incarnation (1894–1981)
Election Member Party
1904   William McCourt Liberal Reform
1907
1910
1913
1913 by Frank Badgery
1915 by Sir George Fuller
1917   Nationalist Member Party Member Party
1920   Billy Davies Labor   John Cleary Labor
1922   Mark Morton Nationalist
1925   Andrew Lysaght Labor
1927
1928 by Mark Morton
1930
1932   United Australia
1935
1938
1938 by Jeff Bate
1941
1944   Democratic
1947   Liberal
1950 by Blake Pelly
1953
1956
1957 by Tom Lewis
1959
1962
1965
1968
1971
1973
1976
1978   Bill Knott Labor
 
Second incarnation (2007–present)
Election Member Party
2007   Phil Costa Labor
2011   Jai Rowell Liberal
2015
2019 Nathaniel Smith

Election resultsEdit

Elections in the 2010sEdit

2019Edit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[5][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Nathaniel Smith 19,351 37.95 −20.00
Independent Judy Hannan 10,258 20.12 +20.12
Labor Jo-Ann Davidson 7,723 15.15 −9.08
One Nation Charlie Fenton 5,712 11.20 +11.20
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Jason Bolwell 3,235 6.34 +6.34
Greens David Powell 2,847 5.58 −2.80
Animal Justice Heather Edwards 1,326 2.60 +2.60
Liberal Democrats Mitchell Black 537 1.05 +1.05
Total formal votes 50,989 96.35 +0.11
Informal votes 1,934 3.65 −0.11
Turnout 52,923 92.21 −0.69
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Nathaniel Smith 22,925 63.83 −3.46
Labor Jo-Ann Davidson 12,988 36.17 +3.46
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Nathaniel Smith 21,113 55.50 −11.80
Independent Judy Hannan 16,931 44.50 +44.50
Liberal hold Swing −11.80

2015Edit

2015 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[7][8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jai Rowell 27,345 58.0 +2.1
Labor Ciaran O'Brien 11,429 24.2 +5.3
Greens Patrick Darley-Jones 3,957 8.4 +1.1
Independent Lynette Styles 1,821 3.9 +3.9
Christian Democrats Susan Pinsuti 1,559 3.3 −0.2
No Land Tax Maria Foia 1,073 2.3 +2.3
Total formal votes 47,184 96.2 +0.5
Informal votes 1,844 3.8 −0.5
Turnout 49,028 92.9 −0.2
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jai Rowell 28,795 67.3 −4.3
Labor Ciaran O'Brien 13,994 32.7 +4.3
Liberal hold Swing −4.3

2011Edit

2011 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jai Rowell 22,632 49.9 +10.6
Labor Phil Costa 11,558 25.5 -18.8
Independent Judy Hannan 4,971 11.0 +11.0
Greens Jess Di Blasio 2,432 5.4 -1.6
Outdoor Recreation Clinton Mead 2,104 4.6 +4.6
Christian Democrats Chris Dalton 1,669 3.7 +3.7
Total formal votes 45,366 95.4 -1.0
Informal votes 2,183 4.6 +1.0
Turnout 47,549 94.5
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jai Rowell 24,861 64.7 +18.0
Labor Phil Costa 13,559 35.3 -18.0
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +18.0

Elections in the 2000sEdit

2007Edit

2007 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Phil Costa 18,652 44.3 -2.4
Liberal Sharryn Hilton 16,524 39.2 -0.3
Independent Danny Stewart 3,069 7.3 +7.3
Greens Geraldine Hunt 2,931 7.0 +0.9
Independent Maurice Nelmes 926 2.2 +2.2
Total formal votes 42,102 96.4 -0.8
Informal votes 1,577 3.6 +0.8
Turnout 43,679 93.9
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Phil Costa 20,803 53.3 -1.3
Liberal Sharryn Hilton 18,226 46.7 +1.3
Labor notional hold Swing -1.3

District re-created

1981 - 2007Edit

District abolished District abolished

Elections in the 1970sEdit

1978Edit

1978 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Peter Reynolds 13,074 43.1 -9.1
Labor Bill Knott 13,005 42.8 +3.7
Independent Robert Wilson 2,647 8.7 +8.7
Democrats Paul Stocker 1,631 5.4 +5.4
Total formal votes 30,357 98.5 -0.2
Informal votes 475 1.5 +0.2
Turnout 30,832 93.5 -0.1
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bill Knott 15,313 50.4 +8.0
Liberal Peter Reynolds 15,044 49.6 -8.0
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +8.0

1976Edit

1976 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 14,514 52.2 -3.1
Labor Bill Knott 10,883 39.1 +7.9
Workers Victor Thomas 1,526 5.5 +5.5
Independent William Tangye 880 3.2 +3.2
Total formal votes 27,803 98.7 +0.4
Informal votes 379 1.3 -0.4
Turnout 28,182 93.6 +1.3
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tom Lewis 16,023 57.6 -4.4
Labor Bill Knott 11,780 42.4 +4.4
Liberal hold Swing -4.4

1973Edit

1973 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 13,426 55.3 -0.4
Labor Bill Knott 7,582 31.2 -5.0
Independent Dianne Allen 1,714 7.1 +7.1
Australia Jill Kerr 1,007 4.2 +4.2
Democratic Labor Bernard McRae 554 2.3 -1.8
Total formal votes 24,283 98.3
Informal votes 415 1.7
Turnout 24,698 92.3
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tom Lewis 15,055 62.0 +1.0
Labor Bill Knott 9,228 38.0 -1.0
Liberal hold Swing +1.0

1971Edit

1971 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 11,538 55.7 -9.3
Labor John Kerin 7,506 36.2 +1.2
Democratic Labor Kevin Harrold 858 4.1 +4.1
Independent Alexander Gould 814 3.9 +3.9
Total formal votes 20,716 98.5
Informal votes 323 1.5
Turnout 21,039 94.3
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tom Lewis 12,631 61.0 -4.0
Labor John Kerin 8,085 39.0 +4.0
Liberal hold Swing -4.0

Elections in the 1960sEdit

1968Edit

1968 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 10,652 59.2 +0.4
Labor Bernard Carroll 7,330 40.8 +5.1
Total formal votes 17,982 97.7
Informal votes 425 2.3
Turnout 18,407 95.3
Liberal hold Swing -2.4

1965Edit

1965 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 14,933 58.8 +1.9
Labor Patrick O'Halloran 9,050 35.7 −7.4
Independent James Downing 1,405 5.5 +5.5
Total formal votes 25,388 98.7 −0.3
Informal votes 341 1.3 +0.3
Turnout 25,729 95.1 +0.2
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tom Lewis 15,636 61.6 +4.7
Labor Patrick O'Halloran 9,752 38.4 −4.7
Liberal hold Swing +4.7

1962Edit

1962 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 12,825 56.9 +0.2
Labor Jack Wharton 9,719 43.1 −0.2
Total formal votes 22,544 99.0
Informal votes 234 1.0
Turnout 22,778 94.9
Liberal hold Swing +0.2

Elections in the 1950sEdit

1959Edit

1959 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 12,591 60.9
Labor Ernest Seager 8,091 39.1
Total formal votes 20,682 98.6
Informal votes 284 1.4
Turnout 20,966 95.3
Liberal hold Swing

1957 by-electionEdit

1957 Wollondilly by-election
Saturday 24 October [19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tom Lewis 8,483 52.0
Labor Ern Seager 5,155 31.6
Independent Murrum Sweet 2,666 16.4
Total formal votes 16,304 98.6
Informal votes 236 1.4
Turnout 16,540 86.2
Liberal hold Swing
Blake Pelly (Liberal) resigned.[19]

1956Edit

1956 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Blake Pelly 11,675 65.2 +8.3
Labor Ernest Seager 6,220 34.8 −8.3
Total formal votes 17,895 98.9 +0.3
Informal votes 204 1.1 −0.3
Turnout 18,099 94.6 +0.4
Liberal hold Swing +8.3

1953Edit

1953 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Blake Pelly 9,747 56.9
Labor Albert Hughes 7,392 43.1
Total formal votes 17,139 98.6
Informal votes 248 1.4
Turnout 17,387 94.2
Liberal hold Swing

1950Edit

1950 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Blake Pelly 8,615 65.9
Independent Gerard Wylie 3,323 25.4
Independent Erle Sampson 1,127 8.6
Total formal votes 13,065 96.7
Informal votes 445 3.3
Turnout 13,510 91.6
Liberal hold Swing N/A
  • Preferences were not distributed.

1950 by-electionEdit

1950 Wollondilly by-election
Monday 23 January [23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Blake Pelly unopposed
Liberal hold  
Jeff Bate (Liberal) resigned to successfully contest the 1949 election for Macarthur.[23]

Elections in the 1940sEdit

1947Edit

1947 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jeff Bate 9,919 66.4 +0.9
Labor James Walsh 5,013 33.6 +33.6
Total formal votes 14,932 98.8 +1.9
Informal votes 184 1.2 -1.9
Turnout 15,116 94.5 +6.1
Liberal hold Swing N/A

1944Edit

1944 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Jeff Bate 8,305 65.5 -34.5
Independent Labor Patrick Kenna 2,432 19.2 +19.2
Liberal Democratic Gerald Wylie 1,934 15.3 +15.3
Total formal votes 12,671 96.9
Informal votes 403 3.1
Turnout 13,074 88.4
Democratic hold Swing N/A

1941Edit

Elections in the 1930sEdit

1938 by-electionEdit

1938 Wollondilly by-election
Saturday 12 November [27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia Jeff Bate 2,255 19.0
Independent Thomas Gilmore 2,326 19.6
Independent Tom Mack 1,918 16.2
United Australia Henry Morton 1,509 12.7
United Australia Peter Loughlin 1,379 11.6
United Australia Herbert Venables 1,312 11.1
United Australia William Pickles 603 5.1
Independent UAP Walter Moss 503 4.2
Independent James Graham 56 0.5
Total formal votes 11,861 93.7
Informal votes 804 6.4
Turnout 12,665 89.8
Two-party-preferred result
United Australia Jeff Bate 6,821 57.5
Independent Thomas Gilmore 5,040 42.5
United Australia hold Swing N/A
Mark Morton (United Australia) died.[27]

1938Edit

1935Edit

1932Edit

1932 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia Mark Morton 8,971 70.6 +14.3
Labor (NSW) John Cleary 3,232 25.4 -18.3
Federal Labor Patrick Kenna 500 3.9 +3.9
Total formal votes 12,703 98.8 +0.3
Informal votes 157 1.2 -0.3
Turnout 12,860 96.1 +0.2
United Australia hold Swing N/A
  • Preferences were not distributed.

1930Edit

1930 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist Mark Morton 7,215 56.3
Labor Edward Burns 5,601 43.7
Total formal votes 12,816 98.5
Informal votes 190 1.5
Turnout 13,006 95.9
Nationalist hold Swing

Elections in the 1920sEdit

1928 by-electionEdit

1928 Wollondilly by-election
Saturday 3 March [32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist Mark Morton 5,773 61.1 -1.4
Labor Daniel Chalker 3,681 38.9 +1.4
Total formal votes 9,454 99.5 +0.6
Informal votes 43 0.5 -0.6
Turnout 9,497 65.6 -16.2
Nationalist hold Swing -1.4
Sir George Fuller (Nationalist) resigned to be appointed Agent-General in London.[32]

1927Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1927 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1927 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist George Fuller 7,249 62.5
Labor Daniel Chalker 4,342 37.5
Total formal votes 11,591 98.9
Informal votes 132 1.1
Turnout 11,723 81.8
Nationalist win (new seat)

1925Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1925 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1925 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 7,924
Labor Billy Davies (elected 1) 12,428 39.2 +10.8
Labor Andrew Lysaght (elected 3) 3,525 11.1 +11.1
Labor Patrick Malloy 417 1.3 +1.3
Nationalist Sir George Fuller (elected 2) 11,144 35.2 -4.6
Nationalist Mark Morton (defeated) 3,148 9.9 -1.3
Nationalist Alexander South 141 0.4 +0.4
Progressive William Howarth 673 2.1 -0.4
Ind. Nationalist Samuel Emmett 204 0.4 +0.4
Independent Edward Newton 10 0.03 +0.03
Total formal votes 31,690 97.4 +1.1
Informal votes 830 2.6 -1.1
Turnout 32,520 75.0 -0.4
Party total votes
Labor 16,370 51.7 +8.5
Nationalist 14,433 45.5 -7.8
Progressive 673 2.1 -0.4
Ind. Nationalist Samuel Emmett 204 0.4 +0.4
Independent Edward Newton 10 0.03 +0.03

1922Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1922 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1922 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 7,222
Nationalist Sir George Fuller (elected 1) 11,507 39.8 +11.6
Nationalist Mark Morton (elected 3) 3,229 11.2 -6.5
Nationalist Samuel Emmett 647 2.2 +2.2
Labor Billy Davies (elected 2) 8,208 28.4 -9.5
Labor John Cleary (defeated) 4,158 14.4 +6.5
Labor Walter Thompson 100 0.4 +0.4
Progressive William Howarth 711 2.5 +2.5
Independent Arthur Silvey-Reardon 324 1.1 -0.6
Total formal votes 28,884 96.3 +2.2
Informal votes 1,121 3.7 -2.2
Turnout 30,005 75.4 +14.9
Party total votes
Nationalist 15,383 53.2 +7.3
Labor 12,466 43.2 -9.2
Progressive 711 2.5 +2.5
Independent Arthur Silvey-Reardon 324 1.1 -0.6

1920Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1920 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1920 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 5,562
Labor Billy Davies (elected 1) 8,440 37.9
Labor John Cleary (elected 3) 1,756 7.9
Labor Daniel Chalker 1,471 6.6
Nationalist George Fuller (elected 2) 6,267 28.2
Nationalist Mark Morton (defeated) 3,935 17.7
Independent Arthur Silvey-Reardon 375 1.7
Total formal votes 22,244 94.1
Informal votes 1,401 5.9
Turnout 23,645 60.5
Party total votes
Labor 11,667 52.5
Nationalist 10,202 45.9
Independent Arthur Silvey-Reardon 375 1.7

Elections in the 1910sEdit

1917Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1917 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1917 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist George Fuller 4,425 56.8 -0.8
Labor Daniel Chalker 3,364 43.2 +9.3
Total formal votes 7,789 99.1 +1.9
Informal votes 71 0.9 -1.9
Turnout 7,860 65.6 -0.8
Nationalist hold Swing -0.8

1915 by-electionEdit

1915 Wollondilly by-election
Thursday 16 September [38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform George Fuller unopposed
Liberal Reform hold  
Frank Badgery (Liberal Reform) died.[38]

1913Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1913 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1913 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Frank Badgery 3,801 57.6
Labor James Donaldson 2,238 33.9
Country Party Association Samuel Emmett 290 4.4
Independent Liberal Thomas Raw 266 4.0
Total formal votes 6,595 97.2
Informal votes 188 2.8
Turnout 6,783 66.4
Liberal Reform hold  

1913 by-electionEdit

1913 Wollondilly by-election

Saturday 19 July [40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Frank Badgery 2,724 60.3 -4.7
Labour John Masters 1,765 39.1 +4.1
Independent John Pearson 29 0.6
Total formal votes 4,518 99.2 +1.3
Informal votes 147 0.8 -1.3
Turnout 4,553 55.2 [a] -12.8
Liberal Reform hold Swing -4.7
William McCourt (Liberal Reform) died.[40]

1910Edit

1910 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[41]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William McCourt 3,383 65.0
Labour Charles Fern 1,825 35.0
Total formal votes 5,208 97.9
Informal votes 112 2.1
Turnout 5,320 68.0
Liberal Reform hold  

Elections in the 1900sEdit

1907Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1907 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1907 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William McCourt 3,220 78.1
Independent Leonard Green 671 16.3
Labour Laurence Gilmartin 232 5.6
Total formal votes 4,123 96.4
Informal votes 153 3.6
Turnout 4,276 56.3
Liberal Reform hold  

1904Edit

This section is an excerpt from 1904 New South Wales state election § Wollondilly
1904 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[43]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William McCourt 2,266 55.2
Independent Liberal Sidney Innes-Noad 1,824 44.4
Independent Theodore Corby 16 0.4
Total formal votes 4,106 98.9
Informal votes 44 1.1
Turnout 4,150 57.4
Liberal Reform win (new seat)

Wollondilly was a new seat comprising parts of the abolished seats of Bowral and Argyle and parts of Camden and Hartley. William McCourt (Liberal Reform) was the member for Bowral. The member for Hartley was John Hurley (Independent) who successfully retained that seat. The member for Argyle was Thomas Rose (Liberal Reform) who unsuccessfully contested Belubula. The member for Camden was John Kidd (Progressive) who unsuccessfully contested Camden.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ estimate based on an electoral roll of 7,826 at the 1910 election.[41]

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