Results of the 2019 Australian federal election in Western Australia

This is a list of electoral division results for the 2019 Australian federal election in the state of Western Australia.[1]

2019 Australian federal election
(Western Australia)

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All 16 Western Australian seats in the Australian House of Representatives
and 6 seats in the Australian Senate
  First party Second party
  Scott Morrison Bill Shorten
Leader Scott Morrison Bill Shorten
Party Liberal/National coalition Labor
Last election 11 seats 5 seats
Seats won 11 seats 5 seats
Seat change Steady 0 Steady 0
Popular vote 778,781 623,093
Percentage 55.55% 44.45%
Swing Increase 0.89 Decrease 0.89

Overall resultsEdit

Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal Party of Australia 613,915 43.79 −1.91 11  
  Australian Labor Party 417,727 29.80 −2.65 5  
  Australian Greens 162,876 11.62 −0.44 0  
  Pauline Hanson's One Nation 74,478 5.31 +5.31 0  
  United Australia Party 28,488 2.03 +2.03 0  
  Western Australia Party 25,298 1.80 +1.80 0  
  Australian Christians 23,802 1.70 −0.86 0  
  National Party of Australia 20,015 1.43 −1.57 0  
  Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party 10,966 0.78 +0.33 0  
  Fraser Anning's Conservative National Party 3,575 0.26 +0.26 0  
  Science Party 1,329 0.09 +0.09 0  
  Animal Justice Party 1,304 0.09 +0.09 0  
  Socialist Alliance 990 0.07 −0.03 0  
  The Great Australian Party 883 0.06 +0.06 0  
  VOTEFLUX 602 0.04 +0.04 0  
  Australia First Party 251 0.02 +0.02 0  
  Independent 15,375 1.10 −0.20 0  
Total 1,401,874 16
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition 778,781 55.55 +0.89
  Labor 623,093 44.45 −0.89
Invalid/blank votes 80,575 5.44 +1.45
Registered voters/turnout 1,646,262 90.05 +1.67
Source: AEC Tally Room

Results by divisionEdit

BrandEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Brand[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Madeleine King 35,875 40.38 −7.10
Liberal Jack Pleiter 26,510 29.84 −1.78
Greens Jody Freeman 9,863 11.10 −0.58
One Nation Travis Carter 7,524 8.47 +8.47
Christians Janine Vander Ven 2,726 3.07 −0.39
United Australia Trevor Jones 2,570 2.89 +2.89
Western Australia Blake Phelan 2,397 2.70 +2.70
Conservative National Karen-Lee Mills 1,376 1.55 +1.55
Total formal votes 88,841 93.74 −2.04
Informal votes 5,928 6.26 +2.04
Turnout 94,769 88.57 +1.53
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Madeleine King 50,333 56.66 −4.77
Liberal Jack Pleiter 38,508 43.34 +4.77
Labor hold Swing −4.77

BurtEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Burt[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Matt Keogh 36,058 40.96 −6.07
Liberal David Goode 29,420 33.42 −1.95
Greens Simone Collins 8,285 9.41 +1.38
One Nation Nicole Devincentis 5,116 5.81 +5.81
Christians Warnar Spyker 3,298 3.75 −1.40
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Peter Raffaelli 1,942 2.21 −2.22
United Australia Sahil Chawla 1,871 2.13 +2.13
Independent Naomi Nation 1,149 1.31 +1.31
Western Australia Sarcha Sagisaka 901 1.02 +1.02
Total formal votes 88,040 93.58 −2.00
Informal votes 6,042 6.42 +2.00
Turnout 94,082 89.42 +0.69
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Matt Keogh 48,414 54.99 −2.12
Liberal David Goode 39,626 45.01 +2.12
Labor hold Swing −2.12

CanningEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Canning[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Andrew Hastie 44,580 49.05 −1.25
Labor Mellisa Teede 24,996 27.50 −5.54
Greens Jodie Moffat 6,840 7.53 −1.21
One Nation Jackson Wreford 6,503 7.15 +7.15
Western Australia Brett Clarke 2,554 2.81 +2.81
United Australia Steve Veevers 2,055 2.26 +2.26
Christians Jamie Van Burgel 1,764 1.94 −1.74
Conservative National Malcolm Heffernan 1,600 1.76 +1.76
Total formal votes 90,892 93.91 −1.85
Informal votes 5,890 6.09 +1.85
Turnout 96,782 90.30 +1.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Andrew Hastie 55,947 61.55 +4.76
Labor Mellisa Teede 34,945 38.45 −4.76
Liberal hold Swing +4.76

CowanEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Cowan[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Isaac Stewart 33,438 39.41 −2.81
Labor Anne Aly 32,353 38.13 −3.55
Greens Mark Cooper 8,551 10.08 +2.48
One Nation Sheila Mundy 4,777 5.63 +5.63
United Australia Peter Westcott 2,171 2.56 +2.56
Christians Andre Lebrasse 1,981 2.33 −0.96
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Paul Bedford 1,582 1.86 −0.95
Total formal votes 84,853 94.59 +0.06
Informal votes 4,850 5.41 −0.06
Turnout 89,703 90.91 +1.31
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anne Aly 43,135 50.83 +0.15
Liberal Isaac Stewart 41,718 49.17 −0.15
Labor hold Swing +0.15

CurtinEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Curtin[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Celia Hammond 48,256 54.18 −11.32
Labor Rob Meecham 15,692 17.62 +1.91
Greens Cameron Pidgeon 13,847 15.55 +1.35
Independent Louise Stewart 6,902 7.75 +7.75
Western Australia Andrew Mangano 1,343 1.51 +1.51
United Australia Joan Lever 1,114 1.25 +1.25
One Nation Bill Edgar 1,054 1.18 +1.18
Christians Deonne Kingsford 854 0.96 +0.96
Total formal votes 89,062 96.82 −1.16
Informal votes 2,927 3.18 +1.16
Turnout 91,989 91.65 +1.90
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Celia Hammond 57,296 64.33 −6.37
Labor Rob Meecham 31,766 35.67 +6.37
Liberal hold Swing −6.37

DurackEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Durack[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Melissa Price 34,429 44.30 +2.56
Labor Sharyn Morrow 16,742 21.54 −4.36
National Scott Bourne 7,878 10.14 −5.84
One Nation Grahame Gould 7,407 9.53 +9.53
Greens Johani Mamid 6,287 8.09 −1.96
Western Australia Gary Mounsey 2,895 3.72 +3.72
United Australia Brenden Hatton 2,083 2.68 +2.68
Total formal votes 77,721 95.23 −0.86
Informal votes 3,892 4.77 +0.86
Turnout 81,613 84.08 +2.05
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Melissa Price 50,332 64.76 +3.70
Labor Sharyn Morrow 27,389 35.24 −3.70
Liberal hold Swing +3.70

ForrestEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Forrest[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Nola Marino 47,470 52.48 +3.04
Labor Wayne Sanford 19,126 21.14 −2.00
Greens Nerilee Boshammer 11,645 12.87 +0.90
One Nation Kalven Jamieson 5,371 5.94 +5.94
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Mark McCall 2,881 3.18 +3.18
United Australia Dale Bromley 1,564 1.73 +1.73
Independent Alexander Marsden 1,238 1.37 +1.37
Western Australia Ian Molyneux 1,167 1.29 +1.29
Total formal votes 90,462 94.35 +0.21
Informal votes 5,418 5.65 −0.21
Turnout 95,880 90.95 +1.23
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Nola Marino 58,405 64.56 +2.00
Labor Wayne Sanford 32,057 35.44 −2.00
Liberal hold Swing +2.00

FremantleEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Fremantle[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Josh Wilson 34,636 38.02 −2.97
Liberal Nicole Robins 31,862 34.97 −1.90
Greens Jesse Hutchinson 14,574 16.00 −1.74
One Nation Brett Weary 3,485 3.83 +3.83
Western Australia Janetia Knapp 2,333 2.56 +2.56
United Australia Fatima Lever 1,767 1.94 +1.94
Christians Laetisia Mulder 1,456 1.60 +1.60
Socialist Alliance Sam Wainwright 990 1.09 −0.56
Total formal votes 91,103 94.60 −1.40
Informal votes 5,199 5.40 +1.40
Turnout 96,302 91.38 +2.57
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Josh Wilson 51,852 56.92 −0.60
Liberal Nicole Robins 39,251 43.08 +0.60
Labor hold Swing −0.60

HasluckEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Hasluck[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ken Wyatt 36,737 43.62 −1.33
Labor James Martin 25,794 30.63 −4.63
Greens Lee-Anne Miles 9,648 11.46 −1.20
One Nation Tim Orr 4,445 5.28 +5.28
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Fiona White-Hartig 2,441 2.90 +2.90
United Australia Mike Dale 1,929 2.29 +2.29
Christians Brady Williams 1,678 1.99 −1.45
Western Australia Stephen Phelan 1,546 1.84 +1.84
Total formal votes 84,218 94.52 −1.44
Informal votes 4,880 5.48 +1.44
Turnout 89,098 90.34 +1.52
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ken Wyatt 46,494 55.21 +3.16
Labor James Martin 37,724 44.79 −3.16
Liberal hold Swing +3.16

MooreEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Moore[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ian Goodenough 45,503 51.25 −3.73
Labor Tony O'Gorman 21,760 24.51 −4.18
Greens Daniel Vujcich 10,735 12.09 −0.59
One Nation Tyler Walsh 4,113 4.63 +4.63
Independent Ziggi Murphy 2,390 2.69 +2.69
United Australia Rod Chilcott 1,591 1.79 +1.79
Western Australia Jen Jacobs 1,428 1.61 +1.61
Christians Rex Host 1,259 1.42 −2.23
Total formal votes 88,779 94.92 −1.88
Informal votes 4,748 5.08 +1.88
Turnout 93,527 92.12 +1.58
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ian Goodenough 54,735 61.65 +0.63
Labor Tony O'Gorman 34,044 38.35 −0.63
Liberal hold Swing +0.63

O'ConnorEdit

2019 Australian federal election: O'Connor[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Rick Wilson 36,135 42.04 −0.63
Labor Shelley Payne 18,243 21.22 +0.30
National John Hassell 10,795 12.56 −5.77
One Nation Dean Smith 7,252 8.44 +8.44
Greens Nelson Gilmour 7,245 8.43 −1.94
Christians Ian 't Hart 2,527 2.94 −1.08
United Australia Anthony Fels 1,598 1.86 +1.86
Western Australia Peter Swift 1,279 1.49 +1.49
Great Australian Nicholas Robinson 883 1.03 +1.03
Total formal votes 85,957 93.69 −2.50
Informal votes 5,785 6.31 +2.50
Turnout 91,742 90.03 +1.24
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Rick Wilson 55,421 64.48 −0.56
Labor Shelley Payne 30,536 35.52 +0.56
Liberal hold Swing −0.56

PearceEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Pearce[13]
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

PerthEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Perth[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jim Grayden 32,800 37.40 −4.91
Labor Patrick Gorman 30,207 34.44 −2.92
Greens Caroline Perks 16,552 18.87 +1.80
One Nation Mel Lownds 2,333 2.66 +2.66
Western Australia Jane Boxall 2,222 2.53 +2.53
United Australia Chas Hopkins 1,661 1.89 +1.89
Science Gary Davies 1,329 1.52 +1.52
VOTEFLUX.ORG Curtis Greening 602 0.69 +0.69
Total formal votes 87,706 95.41 −0.82
Informal votes 4,220 4.59 +0.82
Turnout 91,926 90.65 +2.61
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Patrick Gorman 48,176 54.93 +1.60
Liberal Jim Grayden 39,530 45.07 −1.60
Labor hold Swing +1.60

StirlingEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Stirling[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Vince Connelly 40,757 46.97 −2.48
Labor Melita Markey 27,623 31.83 −0.34
Greens Judith Cullity 10,439 12.03 +0.35
One Nation Angus Young 3,129 3.61 +3.61
Western Australia Elizabeth Re 1,750 2.02 +2.02
United Australia Dorothy Hutton 1,577 1.82 +1.82
Christians Kevin Host 1,504 1.73 −0.71
Total formal votes 86,779 95.32 −0.53
Informal votes 4,259 4.68 +0.53
Turnout 91,038 89.97 +2.24
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Vince Connelly 48,289 55.65 −0.47
Labor Melita Markey 38,490 44.35 +0.47
Liberal hold Swing −0.47

SwanEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Swan[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Steve Irons 37,591 44.68 −3.50
Labor Hannah Beazley 27,953 33.22 +0.21
Greens Liberty Cramer 10,372 12.33 −2.69
One Nation Tshung-Hui Chang 2,038 2.42 +2.42
United Australia Peter McLernon 1,483 1.76 +1.76
Christians Steve Klomp 1,450 1.72 −2.07
Animal Justice Virginia Thomas-Wurth 1,302 1.55 +1.55
Western Australia Sharron Hawkins Zeeb 1,102 1.31 +1.31
Conservative National Carmel Addink 601 0.71 +0.71
Australia First Michael Chehoff 251 0.30 +0.30
Total formal votes 84,143 94.19 −2.18
Informal votes 5,190 5.81 +2.18
Turnout 89,333 88.64 +1.80
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Steve Irons 44,357 52.72 −0.87
Labor Hannah Beazley 39,786 47.28 +0.87
Liberal hold Swing −0.87

TangneyEdit

2019 Australian federal election: Tangney[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ben Morton 44,740 53.63 +4.82
Labor Marion Boswell 21,644 25.95 +2.40
Greens Martin Spencer 9,319 11.17 −1.22
Independent Jillian Horton 1,933 2.32 +2.32
One Nation Scott Rafferty 1,732 2.08 +2.08
Christians Mark Staer 1,695 2.03 −1.34
Western Australia Gavin Waugh 1,080 1.29 +1.29
United Australia Chris Fernandez 969 1.16 +1.16
Independent Paul Waddy 307 0.37 +0.37
Total formal votes 83,419 95.61 −1.84
Informal votes 3,831 4.39 +1.84
Turnout 87,250 92.47 +1.27
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ben Morton 51,275 61.47 +0.40
Labor Marion Boswell 32,144 38.53 −0.40
Liberal hold Swing +0.40

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "First preferences by party - WA". AEC Tally Room. Australian Electoral Commission. Retrieved 19 May 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Brand, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  3. ^ Burt, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  4. ^ Canning, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  5. ^ Cowan, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  6. ^ Curtin, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  7. ^ Durack, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  8. ^ Forrest, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  9. ^ Fremantle, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  10. ^ Hasluck, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  11. ^ Moore, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  12. ^ O'Connor, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  13. ^ Pearce, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  14. ^ Perth, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  15. ^ Stirling, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  16. ^ Swan, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  17. ^ Tangney, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.