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Results of the 2019 Australian federal election in Victoria

This is a list of electoral division results for the 2019 Australian federal election in the state of Victoria. Victoria bucked the national trend seeing a swing from the coalition to the ALP, whereas the swing across Australia was from the ALP to the Coalition [1]

2019 Australian federal election
(Victoria)

← 2016 18 May 2019 2022 →

All 38 Victorian seats in the Australian House of Representatives
and 6 seats in the Australian Senate
  First party Second party
  Bill Shorten Scott Morrison
Leader Bill Shorten Scott Morrison
Party Labor Liberal/National coalition
Last election 18 seats 17 seats
Seats won 21 seats 15 seats
Seat change Increase 3 Decrease 2
Popular vote 1,963,410 1,731,622
Percentage 53.14% 46.86%
Swing Increase 1.31 Decrease 1.31

Contents

Overall resultsEdit

Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 1,361,913 36.86 +1.28 21   3
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,288,805 34.88 −2.13 12   2
  Australian Greens 439,169 11.89 −1.24 1  
  National Party of Australia 136,737 3.70 −1.05 3  
  United Australia Party 134,581 3.64 +3.64 0  
  Animal Justice Party 41,333 1.12 −0.77 0  
  Pauline Hanson's One Nation 35,177 0.95 +0.95 0  
  Derryn Hinch's Justice Party 26,803 0.73 +0.33 0  
  Victorian Socialists 12,453 0.34 +0.34 0  
  Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party 12,384 0.34 +0.30 0  
  Fraser Anning's Conservative National Party 11,504 0.31 +0.31 0  
  Democratic Labour Party 11,397 0.31 +0.31 0  
  Rise Up Australia Party 10,772 0.29 −0.86 0  
  Reason Party 8,895 0.24 +0.24 0  
  Sustainable Australia 6,809 0.18 +0.18 0  
  Australia First Party 4,094 0.11 +0.02 0  
  Citizens Electoral Council 3,267 0.09 +0.03 0  
  The Great Australian Party 2,457 0.07 +0.07 0  
  Socialist Equality Party 823 0.02 +0.01 0  
  Science Party 497 0.01 +0.01 0  
  Independent 144,043 3.90 +1.18 1  
  Non Affiliated 1,119 0.03 +0.03 0  
Total 3,695,032 38   1
Two-party-preferred vote
  Labor 1,963,410 53.14 +1.31
  Liberal/National Coalition 1,731,622 46.86 −1.31
Invalid/blank votes 180,426 4.66 −0.11
Registered voters/turnout 4,184,076 92.62 +1.48
Source: AEC Tally Room

Results by divisionEdit

AstonEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Aston[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Alan Tudge 54,744 54.69 +5.24
Labor Kadira Pethiyagoda 29,839 29.81 −1.17
Greens Asher Cookson 8,867 8.86 −0.14
United Australia Matthew Sirianni-Duffy 3,611 3.61 +3.61
Democratic Labour Anna Kennedy 3,029 3.03 +3.03
Total formal votes 100,090 96.32 +0.52
Informal votes 3,829 3.68 −0.52
Turnout 103,919 94.18 −0.69
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Alan Tudge 60,180 60.13 +2.72
Labor Kadira Pethiyagoda 39,910 39.87 −2.72
Liberal hold Swing +2.72

BallaratEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Ballarat[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Catherine King 49,077 47.79 +4.50
Liberal Tim Vo 31,462 30.64 −4.05
Greens Karen McAloon 9,077 8.84 −2.01
United Australia Peter Cozyn 4,741 4.62 +4.62
Animal Justice Bryn Hills 4,393 4.28 +4.28
Independent Nick Shady 2,288 2.23 +2.23
Independent Alex Graham 1,645 1.60 +1.60
Total formal votes 102,683 95.63 +0.92
Informal votes 4,689 4.37 −0.92
Turnout 107,372 93.40 +1.03
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Catherine King 62,615 60.98 +3.62
Liberal Tim Vo 40,068 39.02 −3.62
Labor hold Swing +3.62

BendigoEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Bendigo[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Lisa Chesters 44,340 43.62 +5.06
Liberal Sam Gayed 32,210 31.68 −6.06
Greens Robert Holian 11,381 11.20 +0.29
One Nation Vaughan Williams 6,278 6.18 +6.18
United Australia Adam Veitch 4,321 4.25 +4.25
Conservative National Julie Hoskin 1,667 1.64 +1.64
Rise Up Australia Sharon Budde 1,464 1.44 −0.70
Total formal votes 101,661 95.93 +0.55
Informal votes 4,318 4.07 −0.55
Turnout 105,979 93.99 +0.51
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Lisa Chesters 60,016 59.04 +5.17
Liberal Sam Gayed 41,645 40.96 −5.17
Labor hold Swing +5.17

BruceEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Bruce[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Julian Hill 51,713 55.58 +1.41
Liberal John MacIsaac 27,170 29.20 −1.12
Greens Rhonda Garad 6,801 7.31 +0.77
United Australia Mubahil Ahmed 3,979 4.28 +4.28
Conservative National Tim Boyanton 3,377 3.63 +3.63
Total formal votes 93,040 94.40 −0.26
Informal votes 5,521 5.60 +0.26
Turnout 98,561 90.26 −0.85
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Julian Hill 59,689 64.15 +0.10
Liberal John MacIsaac 33,351 35.85 −0.10
Labor hold Swing +0.10

CalwellEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Calwell[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Maria Vamvakinou 47,115 53.88 −4.80
Liberal Genevieve Hamilton 21,978 25.13 −0.52
Greens Polly Morgan 5,893 6.74 −1.27
Socialists Jerome Small 3,984 4.56 +4.56
United Australia Prakul Chhabra 3,037 3.47 +3.47
CEC Keith Kerr 2,851 3.26 +3.26
Conservative National Adam Vail 1,771 2.03 +2.03
Socialist Equality Peter Byrne 823 0.94 +0.94
Total formal votes 87,452 90.78 −2.34
Informal votes 8,884 9.22 +2.34
Turnout 96,336 89.61 +4.25
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Maria Vamvakinou 60,164 68.80 −0.93
Liberal Genevieve Hamilton 27,288 31.20 +0.93
Labor hold Swing −0.93

CaseyEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Casey[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Tony Smith 45,168 45.25 −2.29
Labor Bill Brindle 28,551 28.60 +0.41
Greens Jenny Game-Lopata 10,919 10.94 −1.90
Justice Ryan Clark 3,309 3.31 +2.59
Animal Justice Travis Barker 3,105 3.11 −1.19
United Australia Wendy Starkey 2,607 2.61 +2.61
Independent Peter Charleton 2,302 2.31 −0.32
Democratic Labour Ross McPhee 2,246 2.25 +2.25
Rise Up Australia Antony Calabro 820 0.82 −1.63
Great Australian Jayden O'Connor 801 0.80 +0.80
Total formal votes 99,828 93.54 −2.43
Informal votes 6,892 6.46 +2.43
Turnout 106,720 94.19 +0.54
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Smith 54,551 54.64 +0.10
Labor Bill Brindle 45,277 45.36 −0.10
Liberal hold Swing +0.10

ChisholmEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Chisholm[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Gladys Liu 41,172 43.38 −3.71
Labor Jennifer Yang 32,561 34.30 −0.39
Greens Luke Arthur 11,235 11.84 +0.30
Independent Ian Dobby 2,319 2.44 +2.44
Justice Anne Wicks 2,063 2.17 +2.17
Animal Justice Rosemary Lavin 1,780 1.88 −0.24
Democratic Labour Philip Jenkins 1,702 1.79 +1.79
United Australia George Zoraya 1,517 1.60 +1.60
Rise Up Australia Angela Dorian 571 0.60 −0.63
Total formal votes 94,920 95.51 −1.77
Informal votes 4,463 4.49 +1.77
Turnout 99,383 93.47 −0.96
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Gladys Liu 48,005 50.57 −2.34
Labor Jennifer Yang 46,915 49.43 +2.34
Liberal hold Swing −2.34

CooperEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Cooper[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Ged Kearney 45,601 46.78 +11.73
Greens David Risstrom 20,605 21.14 −15.53
Liberal Andrew Bell 19,012 19.50 −0.20
Socialists Kath Larkin 4,125 4.23 +4.23
Animal Justice Nadine Richings 2,476 2.54 +0.87
Reason Sarah Russell 2,110 2.16 +2.16
United Australia Brett Nangle 1,892 1.94 +1.94
Independent Teresa van Lieshout 1,660 1.70 +1.70
Total formal votes 97,481 95.13 +2.77
Informal votes 4,986 4.87 −2.77
Turnout 102,467 92.45 +2.94
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Ged Kearney 74,402 76.32 +4.23
Liberal Andrew Bell 23,079 23.68 −4.23
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Ged Kearney 63,017 64.65 +13.38
Greens David Risstrom 34,464 35.35 −13.38
Labor hold Swing +13.38

CorangamiteEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Corangamite[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Sarah Henderson 43,017 42.33 −1.34
Labor Libby Coker 36,047 35.47 +1.41
Greens Simon Northeast 9,184 9.04 −3.05
Independent Damien Cole 5,131 5.05 +5.05
Justice Mandy Grimley 2,724 2.68 +0.41
United Australia Neil Harvey 2,257 2.22 +2.22
Animal Justice Naomi Adams 2,143 2.11 −0.13
Rise Up Australia Ian Erskine 1,117 1.10 −0.07
Total formal votes 101,620 96.03 +0.73
Informal votes 4,196 3.97 −0.73
Turnout 105,816 94.82 +3.83
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Libby Coker 51,895 51.07 +1.04
Liberal Sarah Henderson 49,725 48.93 −1.04
Labor hold Swing +1.04

CorioEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Corio[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Richard Marles 47,010 47.60 +4.18
Liberal Alastair Thomson 33,426 33.85 −2.78
Greens Amber Forbes 12,902 13.07 +1.38
United Australia Desmond Sanborn 5,414 5.48 +5.48
Total formal votes 98,752 96.44 +1.10
Informal votes 3,648 3.56 −1.10
Turnout 102,400 92.83 +0.70
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Richard Marles 59,572 60.32 +2.12
Liberal Alastair Thomson 39,180 39.68 −2.12
Labor hold Swing +2.12

DeakinEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Deakin[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Michael Sukkar 46,536 47.84 −2.47
Labor Shireen Morris 31,648 32.54 +2.46
Greens Sophia Sun 8,730 8.98 −2.37
Justice Ellie Sullivan 3,386 3.48 +3.48
United Australia Milton Wilde 1,997 2.05 +2.05
Animal Justice Vinita Costantino 1,964 2.02 −0.96
Independent Vickie Janson 1,614 1.66 +1.66
Democratic Labour Joel Van Der Horst 1,394 1.43 +1.43
Total formal votes 97,269 95.90 −1.09
Informal votes 4,155 4.10 +1.09
Turnout 101,424 94.35 −0.64
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Michael Sukkar 53,288 54.78 −1.66
Labor Shireen Morris 43,981 45.22 +1.66
Liberal hold Swing −1.66

DunkleyEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Dunkley[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Chris Crewther 38,616 39.88 −1.22
Labor Peta Murphy 37,301 38.52 +2.00
Greens Emily Green 8,125 8.39 −1.09
Justice Lachlan O'Connell 5,027 5.19 +0.19
Animal Justice Elizabeth Johnston 2,961 3.06 +0.18
United Australia Ron Jean 2,513 2.60 +2.60
Conservative National Christopher James 1,337 1.38 +1.38
Rise Up Australia Yvonne Gentle 948 0.98 +0.34
Total formal votes 96,828 94.86 +0.90
Informal votes 5,250 5.14 −0.90
Turnout 102,078 92.26 +1.10
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Peta Murphy 51,066 52.74 +1.71
Liberal Chris Crewther 45,762 47.26 −1.71
Labor hold Swing +1.71

FlindersEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Flinders[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Greg Hunt 45,293 46.72 −3.78
Labor Josh Sinclair 23,982 24.74 −2.80
Independent Julia Banks 13,367 13.79 +13.79
Greens Nathan Lesslie 6,599 6.81 −4.18
United Australia Christine McShane 2,447 2.52 +2.52
Animal Justice James Persson 2,304 2.38 −1.45
Sustainable Australia Reade Smith 1,072 1.11 +1.11
Independent Susie Beveridge 948 0.98 +0.98
Independent Harry Dreger 940 0.97 +0.97
Total formal votes 96,952 94.06 −1.90
Informal votes 6,124 5.94 +1.90
Turnout 103,076 93.11 +2.28
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Greg Hunt 53,943 55.64 −1.37
Labor Josh Sinclair 43,009 44.36 +1.37
Liberal hold Swing −1.37

FraserEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Fraser[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Daniel Mulino 46,709 50.46 −8.05
Liberal Peter Bain 23,929 25.85 +0.47
Greens Rebecca Scorgie 7,645 8.26 −1.50
United Australia Vinh Van Chau 7,314 7.90 +7.90
Independent Van Tran 5,306 5.73 +4.25
Great Australian Tony Dobran 1,656 1.79 +1.79
Total formal votes 92,559 93.87 −0.48
Informal votes 6,046 6.13 +0.48
Turnout 98,605 90.13 +1.25
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Daniel Mulino 59,403 64.18 −5.61
Liberal Peter Bain 33,156 35.82 +5.61
Labor hold Swing −5.61

GellibrandEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Gellibrand[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Tim Watts 47,942 48.66 +2.43
Liberal Anthony Mitchell 28,895 29.33 −0.46
Greens Bernadette Thomas 16,303 16.55 −2.40
United Australia Lisa Bentley 5,391 5.47 +5.47
Total formal votes 98,531 96.49 +0.40
Informal votes 3,582 3.51 −0.40
Turnout 102,113 91.83 +2.77
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tim Watts 63,878 64.83 −0.29
Liberal Anthony Mitchell 34,653 35.17 +0.29
Labor hold Swing −0.29

GippslandEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Gippsland[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Darren Chester 52,202 54.00 −1.84
Labor Antoinette Holm 22,426 23.20 +2.99
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers David Snelling 6,872 7.11 +7.11
Greens Deb Foskey 5,835 6.04 −1.79
United Australia Kerri Brewer 4,257 4.40 +4.40
Independent Sonia Buckley 3,043 3.15 +3.15
Conservative National Neville Tickner 2,043 2.11 +2.11
Total formal votes 96,678 94.78 +1.64
Informal votes 5,320 5.22 −1.64
Turnout 101,998 92.27 −0.58
Two-party-preferred result
National Darren Chester 64,456 66.67 −1.54
Labor Antoinette Holm 32,222 33.33 +1.54
National hold Swing −1.54

GoldsteinEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Goldstein[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Tim Wilson 52,320 52.67 −3.66
Labor Daniel Pollock 28,118 28.31 +6.43
Greens Sue Pennicuik 13,951 14.04 −1.86
United Australia Wayne Connolly 1,945 1.96 +1.96
Sustainable Australia Brandon Hoult 1,653 1.66 +1.66
Independent John Tiger Casley 1,349 1.36 +1.36
Total formal votes 99,336 97.79 +0.25
Informal votes 2,244 2.21 −0.25
Turnout 101,580 93.61 +2.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tim Wilson 57,408 57.79 −4.89
Labor Daniel Pollock 41,928 42.21 +4.89
Liberal hold Swing −4.89

GortonEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Gorton[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan O'Connor 47,398 50.08 −11.16
Liberal Nathan Di Noia 24,677 26.07 −2.69
Independent Jarrod Bingham 8,363 8.84 +8.84
United Australia Richard Turton 7,473 7.90 +7.90
Greens Harkirat Singh 6,730 7.11 −2.89
Total formal votes 94,641 94.08 −0.87
Informal votes 5,957 5.92 +0.87
Turnout 100,598 91.11 +4.10
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan O'Connor 61,861 65.36 −3.13
Liberal Nathan Di Noia 32,780 34.64 +3.13
Labor hold Swing −3.13

HigginsEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Higgins[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Katie Allen 48,091 47.86 −3.72
Labor Fiona McLeod 25,498 25.38 +8.85
Greens Jason Ball 22,573 22.47 −1.72
Animal Justice Alicia Walker 1,729 1.72 +0.15
Sustainable Australia Michaela Moran 1,338 1.33 +1.33
United Australia Tim Ryan 1,249 1.24 +1.24
Total formal votes 100,478 97.99 +1.74
Informal votes 2,063 2.01 −1.74
Turnout 102,541 92.37 +1.49
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Katie Allen 54,139 53.88 −6.09
Labor Fiona McLeod 46,339 46.12 +6.09
Liberal hold Swing −6.09

HoltEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Holt[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Anthony Byrne 48,031 50.73 +1.92
Liberal Jennifer Van Den Broek 33,963 35.87 +2.11
Greens Jess Wheelock 6,735 7.11 +0.59
United Australia Jatinder Singh 5,958 6.29 +6.29
Total formal votes 94,687 95.88 +0.78
Informal votes 4,069 4.12 −0.78
Turnout 98,756 92.46 +4.39
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anthony Byrne 55,577 58.70 −1.24
Liberal Jennifer Van Den Broek 39,110 41.30 +1.24
Labor hold Swing −1.24

HothamEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Hotham[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Clare O'Neil 43,310 45.18 +2.10
Liberal George Hua 37,447 39.06 −1.28
Greens Jess Gonsalvez 8,722 9.10 +0.04
United Australia Jin Luan 3,483 3.63 +3.63
Sustainable Australia Dennis Bilic 1,772 1.85 +1.85
Rise Up Australia Peter Dorian 1,134 1.18 −0.41
Total formal votes 95,868 96.21 +0.12
Informal votes 3,780 3.79 −0.12
Turnout 99,648 92.41 −0.89
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Clare O'Neil 53,597 55.91 +1.70
Liberal George Hua 42,271 44.09 −1.70
Labor hold Swing +1.70

IndiEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Indi[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Steve Martin 35,426 35.09 +7.29
Independent Helen Haines 32,664 32.35 −1.06
Labor Eric Kerr 12,202 12.09 +2.03
National Mark Byatt 9,538 9.45 −8.30
Greens Helen Robinson 4,255 4.21 +0.25
United Australia Shane Wheatland 3,980 3.94 +3.94
Justice Jason Whalley 2,891 2.86 +2.86
Total formal votes 100,956 95.64 +2.21
Informal votes 4,601 4.36 −2.21
Turnout 105,557 93.60 +0.13
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Steve Martin 63,332 62.73 +7.72
Labor Eric Kerr 37,624 37.27 −7.72
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent Helen Haines 51,886 51.39 −4.13
Liberal Steve Martin 49,070 48.61 +4.13
Independent hold Swing −4.13

IsaacsEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Isaacs[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Mark Dreyfus 43,364 44.78 +3.84
Liberal Jeremy Hearn 34,089 35.20 −7.45
Greens Kim Samiotis 10,822 11.18 +0.46
United Australia Tony Seals 3,813 3.94 +3.94
Animal Justice Bronwyn Currie 3,607 3.72 −0.62
Rise Up Australia Ash Puvimanasinghe 1,142 1.18 +0.53
Total formal votes 96,837 95.86 −0.73
Informal votes 4,180 4.14 +0.73
Turnout 101,017 93.28 +1.03
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Mark Dreyfus 54,645 56.43 +3.45
Liberal Jeremy Hearn 42,192 43.57 −3.45
Labor hold Swing +3.45

JagajagaEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Jagajaga[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Kate Thwaites 41,086 42.02 +0.90
Liberal Richard Welch 37,755 38.62 −1.47
Greens Paul Kennedy 13,929 14.25 +0.82
United Australia Maria Rigoni 3,652 3.74 +3.74
Rise Up Australia Jeff Truscott 1,345 1.38 +1.38
Total formal votes 97,767 96.86 −0.07
Informal votes 3,169 3.14 +0.07
Turnout 100,936 93.85 +0.43
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kate Thwaites 55,304 56.57 +0.97
Liberal Richard Welch 42,463 43.43 −0.97
Labor hold Swing +0.97

KooyongEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Kooyong[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 48,928 49.41 −8.24
Greens Julian Burnside 21,035 21.24 +2.65
Labor Jana Stewart 16,666 16.83 −3.70
Independent Oliver Yates 8,890 8.98 +8.98
United Australia Steven D'Elia 1,185 1.20 +1.20
Animal Justice Davina Hinkley 1,117 1.13 +1.00
Independent Bill Chandler 669 0.68 +0.68
Independent Angelina Zubac 539 0.54 −2.32
Total formal votes 99,029 97.03 −0.97
Informal votes 3,033 2.97 +0.97
Turnout 102,062 94.14 +0.48
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 56,127 56.68 −6.14
Labor Jana Stewart 42,902 43.32 +6.14
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 55,159 55.70 −7.64
Greens Julian Burnside 43,870 44.30 +44.30
Liberal hold Swing N/A

La TrobeEdit

2019 Australian federal election: La Trobe[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jason Wood 45,123 45.72 +1.59
Labor Simon Curtis 34,040 34.49 +2.35
Greens Amy Gregorovich 7,752 7.86 −0.43
One Nation Esther Baker 4,796 4.86 +4.86
Justice Asher Calwell-Browne 3,525 3.57 +0.70
United Australia Duncan Dean 2,506 2.54 +2.54
Rise Up Australia Norman Baker 947 0.96 −1.01
Total formal votes 98,689 95.53 +1.21
Informal votes 4,616 4.47 −1.21
Turnout 103,305 93.30 +5.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jason Wood 53,776 54.49 +1.27
Labor Simon Curtis 44,913 45.51 −1.27
Liberal hold Swing +1.27

LalorEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Lalor[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Joanne Ryan 48,332 51.70 −0.86
Liberal Gayle Murphy 28,209 30.18 −0.05
Greens Jay Dessi 7,273 7.78 −1.83
United Australia Jeffrey Robinson 4,451 4.76 +4.76
Australia First Susan Jakobi 4,094 4.38 +1.28
Non Affiliated Aijaz Moinuddin 1,119 1.20 +1.20
Total formal votes 93,478 95.57 +0.12
Informal votes 4,337 4.43 −0.12
Turnout 97,815 91.60 +4.05
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Joanne Ryan 58,341 62.41 −1.78
Liberal Gayle Murphy 35,137 37.59 +1.78
Labor hold Swing −1.78

MacnamaraEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Macnamara[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Kate Ashmor 36,283 37.37 −4.60
Labor Josh Burns 30,855 31.78 +5.24
Greens Steph Hodgins-May 23,534 24.24 +0.08
Animal Justice Craig McPherson 1,919 1.98 0.00
United Australia Helen Paton 1,136 1.17 +1.17
Independent Ruby O'Rourke 1,108 1.14 +1.14
Sustainable Australia Steven Armstrong 974 1.00 +1.00
Independent Chris Wallis 918 0.95 +0.95
Rise Up Australia Christine Kay 365 0.38 +0.38
Total formal votes 97,092 95.77 0.00
Informal votes 4,288 4.23 0.00
Turnout 101,380 89.08 +2.80
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Josh Burns 54,613 56.25 +5.04
Liberal Kate Ashmor 42,479 43.75 −5.04
Labor hold Swing +5.04

MalleeEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Mallee[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Anne Webster 26,142 27.86 −28.06
Liberal Serge Petrovich 17,665 18.83 +11.74
Labor Carole Hart 14,722 15.69 −6.85
Independent Jason Modica 8,795 9.37 +9.37
Independent Ray Kingston 8,621 9.19 +9.19
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Dan Straub 5,512 5.87 +5.87
Greens Nicole Rowan 3,297 3.51 −3.50
United Australia Rick Millar 3,171 3.38 +3.38
Independent Cecilia Moar 2,761 2.94 +2.94
Conservative National Rick Grosvenor 1,309 1.40 +1.40
Rise Up Australia Philip Mollison 919 0.98 −3.50
Science Leigh Firman 497 0.53 +0.53
CEC Chris Lahy 416 0.44 −1.23
Total formal votes 93,827 88.84 −6.41
Informal votes 11,792 11.16 +6.41
Turnout 105,619 92.84 −1.48
Two-party-preferred result
National Anne Webster 62,143 66.23 −3.57
Labor Carole Hart 31,684 33.77 +3.57
National hold Swing −3.57

MaribyrnongEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Maribyrnong[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Bill Shorten 47,487 47.05 +4.99
Liberal Christine Stow 34,877 34.56 +0.83
Greens James Williams 14,943 14.81 −2.42
United Australia MD Sarwar Hasan 3,617 3.58 +3.58
Total formal votes 100,924 97.10 +1.07
Informal votes 3,014 2.90 −1.07
Turnout 103,938 92.09 +2.72
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bill Shorten 61,767 61.20 +0.80
Liberal Christine Stow 39,157 38.80 −0.80
Labor hold Swing +0.80

McEwenEdit

2019 Australian federal election: McEwen[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Rob Mitchell 37,911 39.44 −2.77
Liberal Phillip Fusco 33,162 34.50 −1.32
Greens Neil Barker 8,026 8.35 −0.24
One Nation Ronnie Graham 5,693 5.92 +5.92
Justice Deb Butler 3,878 4.03 +4.03
United Australia Chris Hayman 3,016 3.14 +3.14
Animal Justice Ruth Parramore 2,890 3.01 +0.17
Independent Robert Hyndman 1,552 1.61 +1.61
Total formal votes 96,128 94.74 +0.31
Informal votes 5,334 5.26 −0.31
Turnout 101,462 93.91 +4.20
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Rob Mitchell 52,892 55.02 −0.98
Liberal Phillip Fusco 43,236 44.98 +0.98
Labor hold Swing −0.98

MelbourneEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Melbourne[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Greens Adam Bandt 45,876 49.30 +4.70
Liberal Lauren Sherson 19,979 21.47 −3.32
Labor Luke Creasey 18,371 19.74 −4.22
Reason Judy Ryan 4,756 5.11 +5.11
Animal Justice Lawrence Pope 1,849 1.99 +0.18
Independent Dave Blake 1,154 1.24 +1.24
United Australia Tony Pecora 1,079 1.16 +1.16
Total formal votes 93,064 96.98 −0.52
Informal votes 2,896 3.02 +0.52
Turnout 95,960 89.21 +4.94
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Luke Creasey 62,410 67.06 +0.06
Liberal Lauren Sherson 30,654 32.94 −0.06
Two-candidate-preferred result
Greens Adam Bandt 66,852 71.83 +2.79
Liberal Lauren Sherson 26,212 28.17 −2.79
Greens hold Swing +2.79

MenziesEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Menzies[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Kevin Andrews 50,863 51.73 +1.89
Labor Stella Yee 29,539 30.04 +3.12
Greens Robert Humphreys 10,264 10.44 +0.05
Democratic Labour Teresa Kelleher 3,026 3.08 +3.08
United Australia Brett Fuller 2,605 2.65 +2.65
Reason Rachel Payne 2,029 2.06 +2.06
Total formal votes 98,326 96.68 +1.23
Informal votes 3,376 3.32 −1.23
Turnout 101,702 94.34 −0.91
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kevin Andrews 56,568 57.53 −0.28
Labor Stella Yee 41,758 42.47 +0.28
Liberal hold Swing −0.28

MonashEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Monash[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Russell Broadbent 46,501 46.28 −3.58
Labor Jessica O'Donnell 29,656 29.51 +1.75
One Nation Jeff Waddell 7,656 7.62 +7.62
Greens William Hornstra 7,047 7.01 −3.09
United Australia Matthew Sherry 4,028 4.01 +4.01
Independent Michael Fozard 2,870 2.86 +2.86
Independent John Verhoeven 2,723 2.71 +2.71
Total formal votes 100,481 95.59 +0.88
Informal votes 4,636 4.41 −0.88
Turnout 105,117 93.45 +2.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Russell Broadbent 57,631 57.36 −0.15
Labor Jessica O'Donnell 42,850 42.64 +0.15
Liberal hold Swing −0.15

NichollsEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Nicholls[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Damian Drum 48,855 51.27 +18.58
Labor Bill Lodwick 18,493 19.41 +2.32
One Nation Rikkie-Lee Tyrrell 10,754 11.29 +11.29
United Australia Stewart Hine 5,077 5.33 +5.33
Independent Andrew Bock 4,581 4.81 +3.39
Greens Nickee Freeman 4,011 4.21 −0.23
Independent Jeremy Parker 1,772 1.86 +1.86
Independent Nigel Hicks 1,749 1.84 +1.00
Total formal votes 95,292 92.54 +1.16
Informal votes 7,679 7.46 −1.16
Turnout 102,971 92.65 −0.80
Two-party-preferred result
National Damian Drum 66,732 70.03 −2.49
Labor Bill Lodwick 28,560 29.97 +2.49
National hold Swing −2.49

ScullinEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Scullin[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Andrew Giles 55,467 60.42 +1.03
Liberal Gurpal Singh 20,484 22.31 −3.54
Greens Cynthia Smith 6,128 6.67 −0.55
United Australia Firas Hasan 4,625 5.04 +5.04
Animal Justice Rod Whitfield 3,500 3.81 +0.51
Independent Yassin Akram Albarri 1,605 1.75 +1.75
Total formal votes 91,809 94.78 +0.60
Informal votes 5,055 5.22 −0.60
Turnout 96,864 92.12 +2.21
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Andrew Giles 65,787 71.66 +2.08
Liberal Gurpal Singh 26,022 28.34 −2.08
Labor hold Swing +2.08

WannonEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Wannon[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Dan Tehan 53,094 51.11 +0.69
Labor Maurice Billi 27,150 26.13 −3.87
Independent Alex Dyson 10,797 10.39 +10.39
Greens Zephlyn Taylor 6,590 6.34 −1.86
United Australia Joshua Wallace 6,258 6.02 +6.02
Total formal votes 103,889 96.15 +0.55
Informal votes 4,161 3.85 −0.55
Turnout 108,050 94.31 −1.18
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dan Tehan 62,733 60.38 +1.23
Labor Maurice Billi 41,156 39.62 −1.23
Liberal hold Swing +1.23

WillsEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Wills[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Peter Khalil 42,355 44.08 +6.17
Greens Adam Pulford 25,575 26.62 −4.29
Liberal Peter Killin 17,241 17.94 −3.60
Socialists Sue Bolton 4,344 4.52 +4.52
Animal Justice Chris Miles 3,596 3.74 +2.08
United Australia Manju Venkat 2,979 3.10 +3.10
Total formal votes 96,090 95.77 +2.61
Informal votes 4,243 4.23 −2.61
Turnout 100,333 90.67 +3.25
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Peter Khalil 72,888 75.85 +4.18
Liberal Peter Killin 23,202 24.15 −4.18
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Peter Khalil 55,898 58.17 +3.24
Greens Adam Pulford 40,192 41.83 −3.24
Labor hold Swing +3.24

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