Results of the 2019 New South Wales state election (Legislative Assembly)

New South Wales state election, 23 March 2019
Legislative Assembly
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Enrolled voters 5,271,775
Votes cast 4,714,783 Turnout 89.43 −1.05
Informal votes 162,897 Informal 3.46 +0.02
Summary of votes by party
Party Primary votes % Swing Seats Change
  Labor 1,516,143 33.31 −0.77 36 +2
  Liberal 1,456,010 31.99 −3.10 35 −2
  National 436,806 9.60 −0.95 13 −4
  Greens 435,401 9.57 −0.72 3 ±0
  Shooters, Fishers, Farmers 157,636 3.46 +3.46 3 +3
  Sustainable Australia 69,831 1.53 +1.53 0 ±0
  Keep Sydney Open 69,076 1.52 +1.52 0 ±0
  Animal Justice 68,802 1.51 +1.39 0 ±0
  One Nation 49,948 1.10 +1.10 0 ±0
  Christian Democrats 36,575 0.80 −2.31 0 ±0
  Conservatives 22,590 0.50 +0.50 0 ±0
  Liberal Democrats 10,530 0.23 +0.23 0 ±0
  Small Business 3,355 0.07 +0.07 0 ±0
  Socialist Alliance 1,208 0.03 −0.05 0 ±0
  Flux 698 0.02 +0.02 0 ±0
  Independent 216,510 4.76 +0.63 3 +1
  Other 767 0.02 −0.20 0 ±0
Total 4,551,886     93  
Two-party-preferred
  Coalition 2,053,185 52.02 −2.30
  Labor 1,893,618 47.98 +2.30

This is a list of electoral district results for the 2019 New South Wales state election.

Results by districtEdit

AlburyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Albury[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Justin Clancy 27,039 56.77 −1.06
Labor Lauriston Muirhead 11,840 24.86 −6.83
Greens Dean Moss 4,411 9.26 +3.64
Sustainable Australia Ross Hamilton 3,335 7.00 +7.00
Keep Sydney Open Reuben McNair 1,007 2.11 +2.11
Total formal votes 47,632 95.22 −1.28
Informal votes 2,393 4.78 +1.28
Turnout 50,025 86.84 −1.06
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Justin Clancy 28,258 65.98 +2.75
Labor Lauriston Muirhead 14,572 34.02 −2.75
Liberal hold Swing +2.75

AuburnEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Auburn[3][4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Lynda Voltz 22,396 49.94 +5.40
Liberal Kyoung Hee (Christina) Kang 16,094 35.89 +0.55
Greens Janet Castle 3,357 7.49 +1.42
Independent Luke Ahern 1,635 3.65 +3.65
Keep Sydney Open Kieron Lee 1,360 3.03 +3.03
Total formal votes 44,842 93.97 −0.50
Informal votes 2,875 6.03 +0.50
Turnout 47,717 86.23 −0.78
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Lynda Voltz 24,419 59.13 +3.20
Liberal Kyoung Hee (Christina) Kang 16,876 40.87 −3.20
Labor hold Swing +3.20

BallinaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Ballina[5][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Ben Franklin 18,550 37.01 +0.36
Greens Tamara Smith 15,895 31.71 +4.69
Labor Asren Pugh 12,457 24.85 +0.12
Animal Justice Cathy Blasonato 1,256 2.51 +2.51
Sustainable Australia Lisa McDermott 1,119 2.23 +2.23
Keep Sydney Open James Wright 850 1.70 +1.70
Total formal votes 50,127 97.36 −0.29
Informal votes 1,359 2.64 +0.29
Turnout 51,486 86.78 −1.65
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Asren Pugh 23,657 54.31 +1.28
National Ben Franklin 19,904 45.69 −1.28
Two-candidate-preferred result
Greens Tamara Smith 24,645 55.42 +2.26
National Ben Franklin 19,824 44.58 −2.26
Greens hold Swing +2.26

BalmainEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Balmain[7][8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Greens Jamie Parker 21,065 42.73 +5.34
Labor Elly Howse 14,227 28.86 −2.94
Liberal Wenjie (Ben) Zhang 9,875 20.03 −4.85
Keep Sydney Open Emilia Leonetti 2,268 4.60 +4.60
Animal Justice Anita Finlayson 1,103 2.24 +0.29
Sustainable Australia Angela Dunnett 761 1.54 +1.54
Total formal votes 49,299 98.44 +0.52
Informal votes 781 1.56 −0.52
Turnout 50,080 86.73 −1.60
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Elly Howse 28,127 70.45 +4.70
Liberal Wenjie (Ben) Zhang 11,795 29.55 −4.70
Two-candidate-preferred result
Greens Jamie Parker 24,074 60.02 +5.29
Labor Elly Howse 16,037 39.98 −5.29
Greens hold Swing +5.29

BankstownEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Bankstown[9][10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tania Mihailuk 23,897 54.65 −1.68
Liberal George Zakhia 13,293 30.40 −0.85
Independent Saud Abu-Samen 3,856 8.82 +8.82
Greens James Rooney 2,684 6.14 +1.70
Total formal votes 43,730 93.85 −0.06
Informal votes 2,867 6.15 +0.06
Turnout 46,597 86.12 −0.86
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tania Mihailuk 25,735 63.82 −0.15
Liberal George Zakhia 14,590 36.18 +0.15
Labor hold Swing −0.15

BarwonEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Barwon[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Roy Butler 15,218 32.96 +32.96
National Andrew Schier 14,027 30.38 −18.72
Labor Darriea Turley 9,661 20.92 −3.08
Independent Phil Naden 2,565 5.56 +5.56
Liberal Democrats Andrew Fleisher 1,571 3.40 +3.40
Greens Leigh Williams 1,395 3.02 −3.15
Independent Owen Whyman 735 1.59 +1.59
Animal Justice Jason Alan 558 1.21 +1.21
Sustainable Australia Maree McDonald-Pritchard 444 0.96 +0.96
Total formal votes 46,174 96.45 −0.17
Informal votes 1,701 3.55 +0.17
Turnout 47,875 86.80 −0.82
Two-party-preferred result
National Andrew Schier 16,483 52.52 −10.37
Labor Darriea Turley 14,904 47.48 +10.37
Two-candidate-preferred result
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Roy Butler 19,901 56.60 +56.60
National Andrew Schier 15,258 43.40 −19.48
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers gain from National  

BathurstEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Bathurst[13][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Paul Toole 28,030 55.14 −4.75
Labor Beau Riley 10,438 20.53 −6.84
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Brenden May 7,498 14.75 +14.75
Greens David Harvey 2,815 5.54 −3.58
Sustainable Australia Michael Begg 1,317 2.59 +2.59
Keep Sydney Open Timothy Hansen 735 1.45 +1.45
Total formal votes 50,833 97.00 −0.37
Informal votes 1,574 3.00 +0.37
Turnout 52,407 92.20 −0.14
Two-party-preferred result
National Paul Toole 30,130 67.90 +2.08
Labor Beau Riley 14,242 32.10 −2.08
National hold Swing +2.08

Baulkham HillsEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Baulkham Hills[15][16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal David Elliott 30,040 59.71 −4.82
Labor Ryan Tracey 11,600 23.06 +0.89
Greens Erica Hockley 3,937 7.83 −0.08
Christian Democrats Craig Hall 1,868 3.71 +0.29
Animal Justice Linda Newfield 1,485 2.95 +2.95
Sustainable Australia Heather Boyd 1,380 2.74 +2.74
Total formal votes 50,310 97.48 +0.22
Informal votes 1,302 2.52 −0.22
Turnout 51,612 92.89 −0.92
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal David Elliott 31,658 68.68 −3.11
Labor Ryan Tracey 14,434 31.32 +3.11
Liberal hold Swing −3.11

BegaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Bega[17][18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Andrew Constance 24,796 48.91 −4.33
Labor Leanne Atkinson 15,508 30.59 −2.25
Greens William Douglas 4,945 9.75 −0.35
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Eric Thomas 3,275 6.46 +6.46
Animal Justice Coral Anderson 1,371 2.70 +2.70
Conservatives Joshua Shoobridge 806 1.59 +1.59
Total formal votes 50,701 97.18 +0.09
Informal votes 1,472 2.82 −0.09
Turnout 52,173 89.75 −0.32
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Andrew Constance 26,210 56.93 −1.26
Labor Leanne Atkinson 19,830 43.07 +1.26
Liberal hold Swing −1.26

BlacktownEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Blacktown[19][20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Stephen Bali 25,618 54.61 +0.76
Liberal Allan Green 11,668 24.87 −5.93
One Nation Amit Batish 3,368 7.18 +7.18
Christian Democrats Josh Green 3,287 7.01 +1.06
Greens Kirsten Gibbs 2,968 6.33 −0.02
Total formal votes 46,909 96.02 +0.69
Informal votes 1,942 3.98 −0.69
Turnout 48,851 88.80 −0.25
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Stephen Bali 28,020 67.73 +4.55
Liberal Allan Green 13,348 32.27 −4.55
Labor hold Swing +4.55

Blue MountainsEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Blue Mountains[21][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Trish Doyle 23,022 46.77 +5.58
Liberal Owen Laffin 13,982 28.40 −7.11
Greens Kingsley Liu 5,993 12.17 −4.07
Animal Justice Gregory Keightley 2,008 4.08 +4.08
Christian Democrats Cameron Phillips 1,786 3.63 +0.52
Sustainable Australia Richard Marschall 1,496 3.04 +3.04
Keep Sydney Open Mark Pigott 941 1.91 +1.91
Total formal votes 49,228 97.52 +0.04
Informal votes 1,250 2.48 −0.04
Turnout 50,478 91.97 −1.33
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Trish Doyle 28,834 64.86 +6.71
Liberal Owen Laffin 15,620 35.14 −6.71
Labor hold Swing +6.71

CabramattaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Cabramatta[23][24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Nick Lalich 23,616 49.88 −10.01
Independent Dai Le 12,250 25.88 +25.87
Liberal Austin Le 7,018 14.82 −13.42
Greens Christopher James 2,384 5.04 −0.13
Independent Phuoc Vo 2,075 4.38 +4.38
Total formal votes 47,343 95.75 +0.24
Informal votes 2,102 4.25 −0.24
Turnout 49,445 89.91 −0.76
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Nick Lalich 27,375 75.53 +8.33
Liberal Austin Le 8,871 24.47 −8.33
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Nick Lalich 25,089 62.87 −4.33
Independent Dai Le 14,818 37.13 +4.33
Labor hold Swing −4.33

CamdenEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Camden[25][26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Peter Sidgreaves 26,999 43.01 −18.34
Labor Sally Quinnell 18,886 30.09 +2.87
One Nation Ben Casey 8,330 13.27 +13.27
Independent Andrew Simpson 4,048 6.45 +6.45
Greens Karen Stewart 2,359 3.76 −1.54
Keep Sydney Open Daniel Aragona 1,432 2.28 +2.28
Sustainable Australia Danica Sajn 718 1.14 +1.14
Total formal votes 62,772 96.14 −0.26
Informal votes 2,520 3.86 +0.26
Turnout 65,292 92.75 −0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Peter Sidgreaves 29,556 57.56 −10.72
Labor Sally Quinnell 21,796 42.44 +10.72
Liberal hold Swing −10.72

CampbelltownEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Campbelltown[27][28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Greg Warren 24,476 53.76 +3.46
Liberal Riley Munro 12,069 26.51 −11.35
Greens Jayden Rivera 2,339 5.14 −0.43
Christian Democrats James Gent 2,001 4.40 +0.75
Animal Justice Matthew Stellino 1,822 4.00 +4.00
Keep Sydney Open Martin O'Sullivan 1,723 3.78 +3.78
Sustainable Australia Michael Clark 1,096 2.41 +2.41
Total formal votes 45,526 94.97 −0.78
Informal votes 2,411 5.03 +0.78
Turnout 47,937 87.83 −1.96
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Greg Warren 27,026 67.01 +9.68
Liberal Riley Munro 13,305 32.99 −9.68
Labor hold Swing +9.68

CanterburyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Canterbury[29][30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Sophie Cotsis 24,674 50.61 +0.37
Liberal Matt Harrison 15,376 31.54 +4.54
Greens Linda Eisler 6,146 12.61 +2.93
Christian Democrats Fatima Figueira 2,560 5.25 −4.94
Total formal votes 48,756 95.59 +0.38
Informal votes 2,247 4.41 −0.38
Turnout 51,003 89.22 −0.46
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Sophie Cotsis 28,358 63.03 −2.66
Liberal Matt Harrison 16,634 36.97 +2.66
Labor hold Swing −2.66

Castle HillEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Castle Hill[31][32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ray Williams 36,047 68.57 −2.41
Labor David Ager 10,455 19.89 +3.91
Greens David Field 4,116 7.83 +0.86
Sustainable Australia Herman Kuipers 1,953 3.72 +3.71
Total formal votes 52,571 97.49 +0.14
Informal votes 1,354 2.51 −0.14
Turnout 53,925 92.59 −0.53
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ray Williams 37,043 74.68 −4.72
Labor David Ager 12,561 25.32 +4.72
Liberal hold Swing −4.72

CessnockEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Cessnock[33][34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Clayton Barr 27,122 54.48 −7.74
National Josh Angus 12,081 24.27 +1.03
Greens Janet Murray 4,010 8.06 −0.36
Animal Justice Chris Parker 3,949 7.93 +7.93
Sustainable Australia Steve Russell 2,619 5.26 +5.26
Total formal votes 49,781 94.96 −0.64
Informal votes 2,643 5.04 +0.64
Turnout 52,424 89.97 −1.39
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Clayton Barr 30,229 69.34 −2.67
National Josh Angus 13,364 30.66 +2.67
Labor hold Swing −2.67

CharlestownEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Charlestown[35][36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jodie Harrison 24,590 50.31 +2.11
Liberal Jennifer Barrie 16,220 33.19 +2.89
Greens Therese Doyle 5,539 11.33 +0.34
Animal Justice Richard Turner 2,525 5.17 +5.17
Total formal votes 48,874 96.47 +0.40
Informal votes 1,787 3.53 −0.40
Turnout 50,661 90.92 −2.03
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jodie Harrison 28,270 62.35 −0.55
Liberal Jennifer Barrie 17,069 37.65 +0.55
Labor hold Swing −0.55

ClarenceEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Clarence[37][38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Chris Gulaptis 22,965 46.53 −3.91
Labor Trent Gilbert 10,342 20.95 −7.51
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Steve Cansdell 8,308 16.83 +16.83
Greens Gregory Clancy 3,914 7.93 −1.20
Independent Debrah Novak 3,038 6.16 +1.49
Sustainable Australia Thom Kotis 788 1.60 +1.60
Total formal votes 49,355 96.75 −0.13
Informal votes 1,657 3.25 +0.13
Turnout 51,012 89.72 +0.03
Two-party-preferred result
National Chris Gulaptis 25,985 64.47 +4.79
Labor Trent Gilbert 14,322 35.53 −4.79
National hold Swing +4.79

Coffs HarbourEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Coffs Harbour[39][40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Gurmesh Singh 20,268 42.82 −11.76
Labor Tony Judge 8,371 17.69 −8.21
Independent Sally Townley 8,247 17.42 +17.42
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Stuart Davidson 3,405 7.19 +7.19
Greens Jonathan Cassell 3,090 6.53 −7.03
Liberal Democrats Gregory Renet 1,542 3.26 +3.26
Animal Justice Robyn Marchant 1,278 2.70 +2.70
Independent Ann Leonard 1,132 2.39 +2.39
Total formal votes 47,333 96.25 −0.53
Informal votes 1,846 3.75 +0.53
Turnout 49,179 88.87 −0.01
Two-party-preferred result
National Gurmesh Singh 22,799 60.77 −3.53
Labor Tony Judge 14,717 39.23 +3.53
Two-candidate-preferred result
National Gurmesh Singh 22,375 60.30 −4.00
Independent Sally Townley 14,730 39.70 +39.70
National hold  

CoogeeEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Coogee[41][42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Bruce Notley-Smith 18,937 41.14 −5.42
Labor Marjorie O'Neill 15,819 34.36 +1.82
Greens Lindsay Shurey 6,687 14.53 −4.06
Keep Sydney Open Joseph O'Donoghue 2,232 4.85 +4.85
Animal Justice Simon Garrod 804 1.75 +1.75
Sustainable Australia Lluisa Murray 650 1.41 +1.41
Small Business Ciaran O'Brien 473 1.03 +1.03
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Joshua Turnbull 433 0.94 +0.94
Total formal votes 46,035 98.13 +0.48
Informal votes 879 1.87 −0.48
Turnout 46,914 85.24 −2.09
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Marjorie O'Neill 21,510 51.64 +4.56
Liberal Bruce Notley-Smith 20,141 48.36 −4.56
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +4.56

CootamundraEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Cootamundra[43][44]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Steph Cooke 30,206 63.66 −2.24
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Matthew Stadtmiller 7,447 15.70 +15.70
Labor Mark Douglass 7,302 15.39 −10.59
Greens Jeffrey Passlow 1,380 2.91 −0.57
Sustainable Australia Joseph Costello 660 1.39 +1.39
Jim Saleam 453 0.95 +0.95
Total formal votes 47,448 97.30 −0.01
Informal votes 1,319 2.70 +0.01
Turnout 48,767 91.20 −0.63
Two-party-preferred result
National Steph Cooke 32,504 77.07 +6.65
Labor Mark Douglass 9,673 22.93 −6.65
National hold Swing +6.65

CronullaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Cronulla[45][46]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Mark Speakman 32,484 63.52 +1.57
Labor Teressa Farhart 11,866 23.20 +1.30
Greens Jon Doig 3,789 7.41 −1.69
Keep Sydney Open Phillip Burriel 1,738 3.40 +3.40
Sustainable Australia Richard Moran 1,264 2.47 +2.47
Total formal votes 51,141 97.48 +0.47
Informal votes 1,321 2.52 −0.47
Turnout 52,462 91.60 −1.38
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mark Speakman 33,349 69.61 −1.32
Labor Teressa Farhart 14,556 30.39 +1.32
Liberal hold Swing −1.32

DavidsonEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Davidson[47][48]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jonathan O'Dea 32,023 65.13 −4.52
Greens Felicity Davis 6,652 13.53 +0.07
Labor Joseph Von Bornemann 6,645 13.51 +0.86
Keep Sydney Open Jacob Shteyman 1,984 4.04 +4.04
Sustainable Australia Stephen Molloy 1,865 3.79 +3.79
Total formal votes 49,169 97.97 +0.19
Informal votes 1,021 2.03 −0.19
Turnout 50,190 91.35 −1.12
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jonathan O'Dea 33,750 75.47 −3.52
Labor Joseph Von Bornemann 10,967 24.53 +3.52
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Jonathan O'Dea 33,440 75.24 −3.58
Greens Felicity Davis 11,004 24.76 +3.58
Liberal hold Swing −3.58

DrummoyneEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Drummoyne[49][50]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Sidoti 27,922 58.83 −2.28
Labor Tom Hore 12,012 25.31 +1.60
Greens Charles Jago 4,461 9.40 −1.58
Keep Sydney Open David Roberts 1,781 3.75 +3.75
Animal Justice Maurice Saidi 1,288 2.71 +2.71
Total formal votes 47,464 97.73 +0.23
Informal votes 1,102 2.27 −0.23
Turnout 48,566 89.99 −1.59
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal John Sidoti 28,878 65.00 −3.78
Labor Tom Hore 15,552 35.00 +3.78
Liberal hold Swing −3.78

DubboEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Dubbo[51][52]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Dugald Saunders 18,131 37.42 −23.04
Independent Mathew Dickerson 13,771 28.42 +28.42
Labor Stephen Lawrence 7,151 14.76 −8.72
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Lara Quealy 6,636 13.70 +13.70
Greens Rod Pryor 1,771 3.65 −0.77
Conservatives April Salter 681 1.41 +1.41
Flux Joanne Cotterill 314 0.65 +0.65
Total formal votes 48,455 96.23 −0.50
Informal votes 1,900 3.77 +0.50
Turnout 50,355 89.98 −0.91
Two-party-preferred result
National Dugald Saunders 23,070 68.16 −2.27
Labor Stephen Lawrence 10,778 31.84 +2.27
Two-candidate-preferred result
National Dugald Saunders 19,920 52.02 −18.40
Independent Mathew Dickerson 18,370 47.98 +47.98
National hold  

East HillsEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: East Hills[53][54]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Wendy Lindsay 19,963 41.92 −2.27
Labor Cameron Murphy 19,152 40.22 −1.83
Greens Suzan Virago 2,298 4.83 −1.79
Christian Democrats Owen Butt 2,159 4.53 −0.33
Keep Sydney Open Lisa Maddock 1,773 3.72 +3.72
Independent Chris Brogan 1,346 2.83 +2.83
Animal Justice Heather Barnes 932 1.96 +1.96
Total formal votes 47,623 95.41 −0.31
Informal votes 2,292 4.59 +0.31
Turnout 49,915 90.52 −1.58
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Wendy Lindsay 21,646 50.50 +0.08
Labor Cameron Murphy 21,217 49.50 −0.08
Liberal hold Swing +0.08

EppingEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Epping[55][56]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Dominic Perrottet 27,506 55.88 +1.54
Labor Alan Mascarenhas 13,652 27.73 +8.04
Greens Simon Margan 5,143 10.45 −3.69
Independent Victor Waterson 1,544 3.14 +3.14
Keep Sydney Open Samuel Lyndon 1,379 2.80 +2.80
Total formal votes 49,224 97.73 +0.19
Informal votes 1,145 2.27 −0.19
Turnout 50,369 92.44 −0.65
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dominic Perrottet 28,584 62.38 −3.85
Labor Alan Mascarenhas 17,238 37.62 +3.85
Liberal hold Swing −3.85

FairfieldEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Fairfield[57][58]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Guy Zangari 25,225 57.23 +3.53
Liberal Sabah (Sam) Youkhana 11,231 25.48 +1.36
Christian Democrats Sam Georgis 4,257 9.66 −0.14
Greens Astrid O'Neill 3,362 7.63 +2.39
Total formal votes 44,075 94.19 −0.38
Informal votes 2,719 5.81 +0.38
Turnout 46,794 87.18 −1.93
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Guy Zangari 26,848 67.93 +0.14
Liberal Sabah (Sam) Youkhana 12,675 32.07 −0.14
Labor hold Swing +0.14

GosfordEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Gosford[59][60]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Liesl Tesch 21,505 44.22 +5.56
Liberal Susan Dengate 17,529 36.04 −6.51
Greens Hillary Morris 4,405 9.06 +0.05
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Larry Freeman 2,307 4.74 +4.74
Animal Justice Patrick Murphy 1,678 3.45 +3.45
Sustainable Australia Judy Singer 1,213 2.49 +2.49
Total formal votes 48,637 96.45 −0.39
Informal votes 1,788 3.55 +0.39
Turnout 50,425 89.35 −1.26
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Liesl Tesch 25,048 57.27 +7.04
Liberal Susan Dengate 18,691 42.73 −7.04
Labor hold Swing +7.04

GoulburnEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Goulburn[61][62]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Wendy Tuckerman 19,957 39.09 −9.66
Labor Ursula Stephens 15,355 30.07 −4.20
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Andy Wood 4,847 9.49 +9.49
One Nation Richard Orchard 4,723 9.25 +9.25
Greens Saan Ecker 4,100 8.03 +0.17
Animal Justice Tracey Keenan 1,247 2.44 +2.44
Liberal Democrats Dean McCrae 828 1.62 +1.62
Total formal votes 51,057 96.93 −0.32
Informal votes 1,616 3.07 +0.32
Turnout 52,673 91.50 −1.24
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Wendy Tuckerman 22,539 53.74 −2.89
Labor Ursula Stephens 19,398 46.26 +2.89
Liberal hold Swing −2.89

GranvilleEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Granville[63][64]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Julia Finn 22,012 49.81 +8.78
Liberal Tony Issa 16,522 37.39 −0.27
Greens Benjamin Prociv 1,638 3.71 −1.69
Christian Democrats Keith Piper 1,631 3.69 −8.71
Independent Abdul Charaf 740 1.67 +1.67
Independent Steven Lopez 682 1.54 −0.35
Animal Justice Rohan Laxmanalal 652 1.48 +1.48
Linda Harris 314 0.71 +0.71
Total formal votes 44,191 95.35 +0.04
Informal votes 2,154 4.65 −0.04
Turnout 46,345 86.55 −2.62
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Julia Finn 23,629 57.64 +5.53
Liberal Tony Issa 17,365 42.36 −5.53
Labor hold Swing +5.53

HawkesburyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Hawkesbury[65][66]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Robyn Preston 25,127 51.34 −5.27
Labor Peter Reynolds 9,325 19.05 −3.39
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Shane Djuric 4,385 8.96 +8.96
Greens Danielle Wheeler 3,102 6.34 −1.20
Independent Marie-Jeanne Bowyer 2,290 4.68 +4.68
Animal Justice Sarah Coogans 1,394 2.85 +2.85
Independent Eddie Dogramaci 1,312 2.68 +2.68
Sustainable Australia Elissa Carrey 1,217 2.49 +2.49
Keep Sydney Open Perran Costi 789 1.61 +1.61
Total formal votes 48,941 96.13 +0.34
Informal votes 1,972 3.87 −0.34
Turnout 50,913 91.32 −0.89
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Robyn Preston 26,935 67.48 −0.30
Labor Peter Reynolds 12,982 32.52 +0.30
Liberal hold Swing −0.30

HeathcoteEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Heathcote[67][68]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Lee Evans 25,057 48.81 −1.16
Labor Maryanne Stuart 17,842 34.76 +2.05
Greens Mitchell Shakespeare 4,604 8.97 −0.28
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Joel McManus 1,959 3.82 +3.82
Animal Justice James Aspey 1,872 3.65 +3.65
Total formal votes 51,334 97.30 +0.43
Informal votes 1,424 2.70 −0.43
Turnout 52,758 93.95 −0.30
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Lee Evans 26,174 54.96 −2.63
Labor Maryanne Stuart 21,450 45.04 +2.63
Liberal hold Swing −2.63

HeffronEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Heffron[69][70]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Ron Hoenig 20,409 40.81 −3.49
Liberal Alexander Andruska 13,863 27.72 −1.99
Greens Kym Chapple 9,565 19.13 −1.98
Keep Sydney Open Chris Ryan 4,575 9.15 +9.15
Animal Justice Michael Dello-Iacovo 1,598 3.20 +3.20
Total formal votes 50,010 97.48 +0.73
Informal votes 1,292 2.52 −0.73
Turnout 51,302 84.69 −2.49
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Ron Hoenig 28,874 65.13 +1.03
Liberal Alexander Andruska 15,462 34.87 −1.03
Labor hold Swing +1.03

HolsworthyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Holsworthy[71][72]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Melanie Gibbons 21,481 44.53 −4.99
Labor Charishma Kaliyanda 18,152 37.63 +1.18
One Nation Michael Byrne 3,905 8.09 +8.09
Greens Chris Kerle 2,191 4.54 +0.04
Animal Justice Gae Constable 1,901 3.94 +3.94
Liberal Democrats Roland Barber 614 1.27 +1.27
Total formal votes 48,244 95.53 +0.45
Informal votes 2,256 4.47 −0.45
Turnout 50,500 89.59 −1.70
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Melanie Gibbons 22,861 53.29 −3.41
Labor Charishma Kaliyanda 20,042 46.71 +3.41
Liberal hold Swing −3.41

HornsbyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Hornsby[73][74]
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

KeiraEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Keira[75][76]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Ryan Park 27,884 53.69 +0.55
Liberal Chris Atlee 13,736 26.45 −1.19
Greens Kaye Osborn 8,248 15.88 +1.83
Sustainable Australia John Gill 2,068 3.98 +3.98
Total formal votes 51,936 97.07 −0.05
Informal votes 1,567 2.93 +0.05
Turnout 53,503 90.95 −0.62
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Ryan Park 33,744 69.75 +2.35
Liberal Chris Atlee 14,635 30.25 −2.35
Labor hold Swing +2.35

KiamaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Kiama[77][78]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Gareth Ward 26,230 53.59 +1.98
Labor Anthony Higgins 13,803 28.20 −3.85
Greens Nina Digiglio 5,815 11.88 +0.83
Christian Democrats John Kadwell 1,671 3.41 +0.26
Sustainable Australia Anne Whatman 1,427 2.92 +2.92
Total formal votes 48,946 96.83 −0.36
Informal votes 1,603 3.17 +0.36
Turnout 50,549 91.10 −1.26
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Gareth Ward 28,016 62.01 +3.35
Labor Anthony Higgins 17,167 37.99 −3.35
Liberal hold Swing +3.35

KogarahEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Kogarah[79][80]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Chris Minns 19,254 42.25 −3.17
Liberal Scott Yung 19,185 42.09 +7.92
Greens Greta Werner 2,950 6.47 −0.02
One Nation Phillip Pollard 2,790 6.12 +6.12
Keep Sydney Open Natalie Resman 1,397 3.07 +3.07
Total formal votes 45,576 95.56 +0.13
Informal votes 2,120 4.44 −0.13
Turnout 47,696 89.61 −0.91
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Chris Minns 21,544 51.77 −5.09
Liberal Scott Yung 20,073 48.23 +5.09
Labor hold Swing −5.09

Ku-ring-gaiEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Ku-ring-gai[81][82]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Alister Henskens 29,369 60.27 −2.27
Labor Amanda Keeling 8,891 18.25 +1.88
Greens Qiu Yue (Viki) Zhang 6,315 12.96 −2.83
Sustainable Australia Mark Ferris 1,636 3.36 +3.36
Keep Sydney Open Liam Blood 1,466 3.01 +3.01
Liberal Democrats Mitchell Strahan 1,053 2.16 +2.16
Total formal votes 48,730 97.79 +0.18
Informal votes 1,101 2.21 −0.18
Turnout 49,831 91.53 −1.22
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Alister Henskens 31,027 70.52 −2.46
Labor Amanda Keeling 12,969 29.48 +2.46
Liberal hold Swing −2.46

Lake MacquarieEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Lake Macquarie[83][84]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Greg Piper 26,811 53.53 +11.08
Labor Jo Smith 10,735 21.43 −9.23
Liberal Lindsay Paterson 7,742 15.46 −1.33
Greens Kim Grierson 2,517 5.03 +0.07
Animal Justice Laurance Taranto 1,481 2.96 +0.56
Sustainable Australia Marie Rolfe 796 1.59 +1.59
Total formal votes 50,082 96.48 −0.28
Informal votes 1,827 3.52 +0.28
Turnout 51,909 89.99 −1.00
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo Smith 16,390 57.37 −5.79
Liberal Lindsay Paterson 12,180 42.63 +5.79
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent Greg Piper 31,164 72.11 +11.42
Labor Jo Smith 12,053 27.89 −11.42
Independent hold Swing +11.42

LakembaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Lakemba[85][86]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jihad Dib 27,528 61.70 +4.40
Liberal Rashid Bhuiyan 10,031 22.48 +1.76
Christian Democrats Karl Schubert 3,170 7.11 −5.70
Greens Emmet de Bhaldraithe 2,041 4.57 −2.91
Keep Sydney Open Omar Najjar 988 2.21 +2.21
Animal Justice Dorlene Abou-Haidar 857 1.92 +1.92
Total formal votes 44,615 93.87 −0.60
Informal votes 2,916 6.13 +0.60
Turnout 47,531 86.02 −0.89
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jihad Dib 29,245 72.42 +0.86
Liberal Rashid Bhuiyan 11,136 27.58 −0.86
Labor hold Swing +0.86

Lane CoveEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Lane Cove[87][88]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Anthony Roberts 26,388 51.80 −5.35
Labor Andrew Zbik 10,281 20.18 +0.05
Independent Richard Quinn 5,959 11.70 +11.70
Greens Pierre Masse 5,441 10.68 −4.13
Keep Sydney Open Joanne Spiteri 1,836 3.60 +3.60
Sustainable Australia Murray Fleming 1,036 2.03 +2.03
Total formal votes 50,941 97.92 +0.56
Informal votes 1,081 2.08 −0.56
Turnout 52,022 90.97 −0.69
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Anthony Roberts 29,042 64.35 −3.47
Labor Andrew Zbik 16,092 35.65 +3.47
Liberal hold Swing −3.47

LismoreEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Lismore[89][90]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Austin Curtin 19,104 39.68 −2.78
Labor Janelle Saffin 12,328 25.61 −0.02
Greens Sue Higginson 11,693 24.29 −2.14
Independent Greg Bennett 2,530 5.26 +5.25
Animal Justice Alison Waters 1,184 2.46 +0.94
Sustainable Australia David Taylor 742 1.54 +1.54
Conservatives Paul Collits 564 1.17 +1.17
Total formal votes 48,145 96.96 −0.82
Informal votes 1,508 3.04 +0.82
Turnout 49,653 88.50 −1.29
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Janelle Saffin 21,856 51.35 +1.57
National Austin Curtin 20,710 48.65 −1.57
Labor gain from National Swing +1.57

LiverpoolEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Liverpool[91][92]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Paul Lynch 26,141 55.58 −4.58
Liberal Paul Zadro 12,692 26.98 +3.31
Independent Michael Andjelkovic 3,274 6.96 +6.96
Greens Signe Westerberg 2,421 5.15 +0.85
Keep Sydney Open Ravneel Chand 1,256 2.67 +2.67
Conservatives Adam Novek 1,251 2.66 +2.66
Total formal votes 47,035 94.57 −0.07
Informal votes 2,700 5.43 +0.07
Turnout 49,735 86.39 −1.57
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Paul Lynch 27,951 66.72 −4.17
Liberal Paul Zadro 13,945 33.28 +4.17
Labor hold Swing −4.17

LondonderryEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Londonderry[93][94]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Prue Car 25,809 48.99 −1.85
Liberal Belinda Hill 20,066 38.09 +2.12
Greens Charlie Pierce 2,650 5.03 +0.18
Sustainable Australia David Bowen 2,206 4.19 +4.19
Christian Democrats Don Modarelli 1,955 3.71 −1.36
Total formal votes 52,686 95.04 +0.41
Informal votes 2,749 4.96 −0.41
Turnout 55,435 86.83 −2.15
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Prue Car 27,442 56.46 −2.37
Liberal Belinda Hill 21,163 43.54 +2.37
Labor hold Swing −2.37

Macquarie FieldsEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Macquarie Fields[95][96]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Anoulack Chanthivong 27,942 52.93 +2.12
Liberal Zahurul Quazi 15,057 28.52 −8.03
Independent Mick Allen 3,361 6.37 +3.10
Keep Sydney Open Scott Singh 2,403 4.55 +4.55
Greens Stephen Eagar-Deitz 2,247 4.26 +0.47
Independent Syed Ahmed 1,779 3.37 +3.37
Total formal votes 52,789 95.38 −0.37
Informal votes 2,558 4.62 +0.37
Turnout 55,347 89.58 −0.06
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anoulack Chanthivong 29,944 64.75 +6.66
Liberal Zahurul Quazi 16,301 35.25 −6.66
Labor hold Swing +6.66

MaitlandEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Maitland[97][98]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jenny Aitchison 23,465 44.23 +1.79
Liberal Sally Halliday 14,137 26.65 +1.82
One Nation Neil Turner 5,785 10.90 +10.90
Greens John Brown 3,428 6.46 +0.11
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Nadrra Sarkis 2,842 5.36 +5.36
Animal Justice Amy Johnson 1,454 2.74 +2.74
Keep Sydney Open James Lawson 1,108 2.09 +2.09
Sustainable Australia Sam Ferguson 831 1.57 +1.57
Total formal votes 53,050 96.11 −0.47
Informal votes 2,146 3.89 +0.47
Turnout 55,196 91.55 −1.03
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jenny Aitchison 27,211 63.21 −0.62
Liberal Sally Halliday 15,835 36.79 +0.62
Labor hold Swing −0.62

ManlyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Manly[99][100]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal James Griffin 25,418 52.61 −15.39
Greens Kristyn Glanville 9,137 18.91 +1.78
Labor Natasha Phillips-Mason 8,619 17.84 +4.95
Keep Sydney Open Dane Murray 2,456 5.08 +5.08
Sustainable Australia Emanuele Paletto 1,502 3.11 +3.11
Animal Justice Kate Paterson 1,184 2.45 +2.45
Total formal votes 48,316 97.85 −0.02
Informal votes 1,061 2.15 +0.02
Turnout 49,377 88.69 −1.03
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Griffin 27,239 64.70 −13.70
Labor Natasha Phillips-Mason 14,859 35.30 +13.70
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal James Griffin 26,628 62.90 −11.62
Greens Kristyn Glanville 15,706 37.10 +11.62
Liberal hold Swing −11.62

MaroubraEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Maroubra[101][102]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Michael Daley 20,243 41.93 −10.46
Liberal Pat Farmer 15,329 31.75 −3.61
Independent Noel D'Souza 6,492 13.45 +13.45
Greens James Cruz 3,517 7.28 −1.55
Keep Sydney Open Rowan Kos 1,242 2.57 +2.57
Sustainable Australia Petra Campbell 923 1.91 +1.91
Conservatives Caroline Simons 532 1.10 +1.10
Total formal votes 48,278 97.25 +0.13
Informal votes 1,364 2.75 −0.13
Turnout 49,642 88.38 −1.58
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Michael Daley 24,026 58.46 −2.38
Liberal Pat Farmer 17,069 41.54 +2.38
Labor hold Swing −2.38

MirandaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Miranda[103][104]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Eleni Petinos 26,417 53.84 −1.41
Labor Jen Armstrong 13,213 26.93 −2.70
One Nation Gaye Cameron 3,461 7.05 +7.05
Greens Nathan Hunt 3,333 6.79 −0.18
Christian Democrats George Capsis 1,604 3.27 −1.06
Sustainable Australia Nick Hughes 1,038 2.12 +2.12
Total formal votes 49,066 97.35 +0.68
Informal votes 1,336 2.65 −0.68
Turnout 50,402 91.73 −1.54
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Eleni Petinos 28,414 64.57 +1.61
Labor Jen Armstrong 15,593 35.43 −1.61
Liberal hold Swing +1.61

MonaroEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Monaro[105][106]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National John Barilaro 25,868 52.31 +3.58
Labor Bryce Wilson 13,431 27.16 −13.44
Greens Peter Marshall 3,913 7.91 +0.08
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Mick Holton 3,848 7.78 +7.78
Independent Andrew Thaler 1,229 2.49 +2.49
Animal Justice Frankie Seymour 1,159 2.34 +2.34
Total formal votes 49,448 97.42 +0.03
Informal votes 1,310 2.58 −0.03
Turnout 50,758 89.13 −0.30
Two-party-preferred result
National John Barilaro 27,723 61.61 +9.08
Labor Bryce Wilson 17,276 38.39 −9.08
National hold Swing +9.08

Mount DruittEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Mount Druitt[107][108]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Edmond Atalla 26,869 57.13 +0.49
Liberal Mark Rusev 13,209 28.09 −1.12
Greens Brent Robertson 3,231 6.87 +1.75
Christian Democrats Samraat Grewal 2,204 4.69 −0.76
Conservatives George Lang 1,518 3.23 +3.23
Total formal votes 47,031 95.12 +0.41
Informal votes 2,413 4.88 −0.41
Turnout 49,444 87.73 −0.75
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Edmond Atalla 28,505 66.42 +0.97
Liberal Mark Rusev 14,410 33.58 −0.97
Labor hold Swing +0.97

MulgoaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Mulgoa[109][110]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tanya Davies 29,379 57.19 +3.91
Labor Todd Carney 17,270 33.62 −1.42
Greens Rob Shield 2,897 5.64 +1.44
Sustainable Australia Jessie Bijok 1,829 3.56 +3.56
Total formal votes 51,375 95.87 +0.10
Informal votes 2,213 4.13 −0.10
Turnout 53,588 91.98 −1.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tanya Davies 29,910 61.33 +1.67
Labor Todd Carney 18,858 38.67 −1.67
Liberal hold Swing +1.67

MurrayEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Murray[111][112]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Helen Dalton 18,305 38.75 +38.75
National Austin Evans 16,636 35.22 −20.28
Labor Alan Purtill 4,134 8.75 −7.43
One Nation Tom Weyrich 3,949 8.36 +8.36
Greens Nivanka De Silva 1,238 2.62 +0.39
Independent David Landini 976 2.07 +2.07
Christian Democrats Philip Langfield 715 1.51 +0.11
Independent Brian Mills 633 1.34 −2.42
Sustainable Australia Carl Kendall 455 0.96 +0.96
Keep Sydney Open Liam Davies 192 0.41 +0.41
Total formal votes 47,233 96.15 −0.11
Informal votes 1,889 3.85 +0.11
Turnout 49,122 88.06 +0.56
Two-party-preferred result
National Austin Evans 20,029 74.91 −0.29
Labor Alan Purtill 6,707 25.09 +0.29
Two-candidate-preferred result
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Helen Dalton 20,765 53.54 +53.54
National Austin Evans 18,020 46.46 −26.19
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers gain from National  

Myall LakesEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Myall Lakes[113][114]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Stephen Bromhead 24,367 48.43 +1.56
Labor David Keegan 14,691 29.20 +1.26
Independent Paul Sandilands 4,169 8.29 +8.29
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Heather Elliott 3,518 6.99 +6.99
Greens Ellie Spence 2,797 5.56 −1.04
Sustainable Australia Quentin Bye 773 1.54 +1.54
Total formal votes 50,315 96.70 −0.33
Informal votes 1,715 3.30 +0.33
Turnout 52,030 90.19 −0.56
Two-party-preferred result
National Stephen Bromhead 25,990 59.19 +0.45
Labor David Keegan 17,916 40.81 −0.45
National hold Swing +0.45

NewcastleEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Newcastle[115][116]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tim Crakanthorp 23,231 46.17 +6.03
Liberal Blake Keating 13,224 26.28 −9.20
Greens Charlotte McCabe 8,281 16.46 −1.87
Animal Justice Sean Bremner Young 1,478 2.94 +2.94
Sustainable Australia Beverley Jelfs 1,219 2.42 +2.42
Small Business Glen Fredericks 1,178 2.34 +2.34
Socialist Alliance Steve O'Brien 854 1.70 +0.45
Keep Sydney Open Claudia Looker 854 1.70 +1.70
Total formal votes 50,319 96.73 +0.40
Informal votes 1,703 3.27 −0.40
Turnout 52,022 87.99 −2.35
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tim Crakanthorp 29,843 67.70 +10.33
Liberal Blake Keating 14,236 32.30 −10.33
Labor hold Swing +10.33

NewtownEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Newtown[117][118]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Greens Jenny Leong 21,326 46.05 +0.48
Labor Norma Ingram 12,202 26.35 −4.44
Liberal Rohan Indraghanti 6,730 14.53 −3.25
Keep Sydney Open Laura White 3,295 7.11 +7.11
Animal Justice Michelle Buckmaster 1,105 2.39 +0.21
Sustainable Australia Hugh Watson 967 2.09 +2.09
Small Business Aaron Le Saux 687 1.48 +1.48
Total formal votes 46,312 97.88 +0.41
Informal votes 1,004 2.12 −0.41
Turnout 47,316 83.88 −2.58
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Norma Ingram 28,960 77.66 +3.24
Liberal Rohan Indraghanti 8,329 22.34 −3.24
Two-candidate-preferred result
Greens Jenny Leong 24,849 63.83 +4.56
Labor Norma Ingram 14,078 36.17 −4.56
Greens hold Swing +4.56

North ShoreEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: North Shore[119][120]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Felicity Wilson 22,261 46.60 −11.46
Independent Carolyn Corrigan 9,341 19.55 +19.55
Labor Michael Lester 5,900 12.35 −1.44
Greens Toby Pettigrew 5,393 11.29 −3.32
Keep Sydney Open Colin Furphy 1,993 4.17 +4.17
Animal Justice Olivia Bouchier 827 1.73 +1.73
Liberal Democrats Sam Gunning 785 1.64 +1.64
Sustainable Australia Victoria Boast 661 1.38 +1.38
Conservatives Jeffrey Grimshaw 613 1.28 +1.28
Total formal votes 47,774 98.52 +0.48
Informal votes 719 1.48 −0.48
Turnout 48,493 87.64 −0.53
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Felicity Wilson 25,032 67.85 −4.07
Labor Michael Lester 11,863 32.15 +4.07
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Felicity Wilson 23,917 61.13 −10.06
Independent Carolyn Corrigan 15,209 38.87 +38.87
Liberal hold  

Northern TablelandsEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Northern Tablelands[121][122]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Adam Marshall 35,766 73.47 +6.78
Labor Debra O'Brien 5,503 11.30 −4.36
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Rayne Single 4,616 9.48 +9.48
Greens Dorothy Robinson 2,793 5.74 −1.40
Total formal votes 48,678 98.03 +0.22
Informal votes 979 1.97 −0.22
Turnout 49,657 89.68 −0.44
Two-party-preferred result
National Adam Marshall 37,727 82.84 +5.77
Labor Debra O'Brien 7,814 17.16 −5.77
National hold Swing +5.77

OatleyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Oatley[123][124]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Mark Coure 26,311 54.68 +3.53
Labor Lucy Mannering 15,767 32.77 −3.67
Greens Gianluca Dragone 3,080 6.40 −1.03
One Nation Mark Preston 2,165 4.50 +4.50
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Raphael Bongomin 797 1.66 +1.66
Total formal votes 48,120 97.01 +0.26
Informal votes 1,481 2.99 −0.26
Turnout 49,601 92.23 −0.65
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mark Coure 27,321 60.55 +3.93
Labor Lucy Mannering 17,802 39.45 −3.93
Liberal hold Swing +3.93

OrangeEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Orange[125][126]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Philip Donato 24,718 49.15 +49.15
National Kate Hazelton 12,987 25.82 −39.77
Labor Luke Sanger 5,126 10.19 −13.16
Greens Stephen Nugent 2,615 5.20 −1.55
Christian Democrats Maurice Davey 1,627 3.23 +0.65
Liberal Democrats Stephen Bisgrove 1,037 2.06 +2.06
Independent Terri Baxter 896 1.78 +1.78
Conservatives Garry McMahon 873 1.74 +1.74
Keep Sydney Open David O'Brien 416 0.83 +0.83
Total formal votes 50,295 96.52 −0.61
Informal votes 1,811 3.48 +0.61
Turnout 52,106 91.51 −0.01
Two-party-preferred result
National Kate Hazelton 17,460 65.05 −6.65
Labor Luke Sanger 9,380 34.95 +6.65
Two-candidate-preferred result
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Philip Donato 27,746 65.18 +65.18
National Kate Hazelton 14,821 34.82 −36.88
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers hold  

OxleyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Oxley[127][128]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Melinda Pavey 25,115 51.74 −0.93
Labor Susan Jenvey 9,904 20.40 −6.28
Greens Arthur Bain 6,179 12.73 −2.39
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Dean Saul 5,644 11.63 +11.63
Sustainable Australia Debbie Smythe 1,698 3.50 +3.50
Total formal votes 48,540 96.50 −0.20
Informal votes 1,761 3.50 +0.20
Turnout 50,301 88.05 −1.07
Two-party-preferred result
National Melinda Pavey 27,111 64.89 +3.98
Labor Susan Jenvey 14,672 35.11 −3.98
National hold Swing +3.98

ParramattaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Parramatta[129][130]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Geoff Lee 26,322 54.02 +0.18
Labor Liz Scully 14,736 30.24 +1.49
Greens Phil Bradley 3,637 7.46 −0.92
Independent Michelle Garrard 1,955 4.01 +0.81
Keep Sydney Open Samuel Bellwood 1,023 2.10 +2.10
Sustainable Australia Jasmina Moltter 701 1.44 +1.44
Socialist Alliance Susan Price 354 0.73 +0.73
Total formal votes 48,728 96.78 +0.46
Informal votes 1,621 3.22 −0.46
Turnout 50,349 88.30 −1.03
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Geoff Lee 27,330 60.65 −2.21
Labor Liz Scully 17,733 39.35 +2.21
Liberal hold Swing −2.21

PenrithEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Penrith[131][132]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Stuart Ayres 19,561 40.04 −5.59
Labor Karen McKeown 17,415 35.65 +2.79
One Nation Carl Halley 3,510 7.18 +7.18
Greens Nick Best 2,454 5.02 −0.51
Independent Mark Tyndall 1,415 2.90 +2.90
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Rodney Franich 1,276 2.61 +2.61
Christian Democrats David Burton 1,095 2.24 −1.66
Animal Justice Kaj McBeth 885 1.81 +1.81
Independent Marcus Cornish 665 1.36 +1.36
Sustainable Australia Geoff Brown 577 1.18 +1.18
Total formal votes 48,853 96.41 +0.43
Informal votes 1,819 3.59 −0.43
Turnout 50,672 89.58 −1.91
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Stuart Ayres 21,204 51.34 −4.90
Labor Karen McKeown 20,096 48.66 +4.90
Liberal hold Swing −4.90

PittwaterEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Pittwater[133][134]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Rob Stokes 28,170 57.35 −10.41
Greens Miranda Korzy 7,518 15.31 −0.79
Labor Jared Turkington 6,168 12.56 −0.20
Sustainable Australia Suzanne Daly 1,832 3.73 +3.73
Keep Sydney Open Michael Newman 1,644 3.35 +3.35
Animal Justice Natalie Matkovic 1,417 2.88 +2.88
Conservatives Stacey Mitchell 1,283 2.61 +2.61
Independent Stewart Matthews 1,087 2.21 +2.21
Total formal votes 49,119 97.33 −0.24
Informal votes 1,346 2.67 +0.24
Turnout 50,465 89.89 −1.43
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Rob Stokes 30,070 72.36 −5.53
Labor Jared Turkington 11,486 27.64 +5.53
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Rob Stokes 29,696 70.84 −4.81
Greens Miranda Korzy 12,225 29.16 +4.81
Liberal hold Swing −4.81

Port MacquarieEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Port Macquarie[135][136]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Leslie Williams 33,538 63.60 +1.51
Labor Peter Alley 12,220 23.17 −0.93
Greens Drusi Megget 4,119 7.81 −1.09
Sustainable Australia Jan Burgess 2,858 5.42 +5.42
Total formal votes 52,735 96.40 −0.79
Informal votes 1,971 3.60 +0.79
Turnout 54,706 91.22 −0.30
Two-party-preferred result
National Leslie Williams 34,725 70.27 +1.32
Labor Peter Alley 14,690 29.73 −1.32
National hold Swing +1.32

Port StephensEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Port Stephens[137][138]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kate Washington 23,896 48.14 +1.02
Liberal Jaimie Abbott 19,818 39.92 −1.03
Greens Maureen Magee 1,885 3.80 −2.86
Independent Bill Doran 1,756 3.54 +3.54
Animal Justice Theresa Taylor 1,303 2.62 +2.62
Sustainable Australia Bradley Jelfs 984 1.98 +1.98
Total formal votes 49,642 96.52 −0.17
Informal votes 1,790 3.48 +0.17
Turnout 51,432 91.07 −1.28
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kate Washington 25,766 55.75 +1.03
Liberal Jaimie Abbott 20,448 44.25 −1.03
Labor hold Swing +1.03

ProspectEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Prospect[139][140]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Hugh McDermott 24,235 51.73 +6.94
Liberal Matthew Hana 15,851 33.84 −4.61
Independent Milan Maksimovic 2,950 6.30 +6.30
Greens Dorothea Newland 2,345 5.01 −1.80
Animal Justice Catherine Ward 1,464 3.13 +3.13
Total formal votes 46,845 95.43 +0.26
Informal votes 2,242 4.57 −0.26
Turnout 49,087 90.20 −1.23
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Hugh McDermott 26,008 60.66 +7.26
Liberal Matthew Hana 16,867 39.34 −7.26
Labor hold Swing +7.26

RiverstoneEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Riverstone[141][142]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin Conolly 28,956 54.11 −1.08
Labor Annemarie Christie 21,328 39.86 +8.30
Greens Alex Van Vucht 3,226 6.03 +0.62
Total formal votes 53,510 97.08 +0.27
Informal votes 1,612 2.92 −0.27
Turnout 55,122 92.02 −1.01
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kevin Conolly 29,337 56.34 −5.90
Labor Annemarie Christie 22,735 43.66 +5.90
Liberal hold Swing −5.90

RockdaleEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Rockdale[143][144]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Steve Kamper 21,945 45.82 −0.08
Liberal Sam Hassan 16,118 33.65 −5.63
Greens Peter Strong 3,829 8.00 +1.09
Keep Sydney Open George Tulloch 2,865 5.98 +5.98
Animal Justice Paul Collaros 1,800 3.76 +3.76
Independent Hussein Faraj 1,335 2.79 +2.79
Total formal votes 47,892 95.38 −0.21
Informal votes 2,318 4.62 +0.21
Turnout 50,210 88.99 −1.01
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Steve Kamper 25,077 59.55 +4.80
Liberal Sam Hassan 17,037 40.45 −4.80
Labor hold Swing +4.80

RydeEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Ryde[145][146]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Victor Dominello 24,045 49.59 −4.15
Labor Jerome Laxale 14,750 30.42 +1.52
Greens Lindsay Peters 4,206 8.67 −2.81
Christian Democrats Julie Worsley 2,058 4.24 +0.03
Keep Sydney Open Sophie Khatchigian 1,336 2.76 +2.76
Conservatives Steve Busch 850 1.75 +1.75
Sustainable Australia Mark Larsen 835 1.72 +1.72
Liberal Democrats Christopher De Bruyne 412 0.85 +0.85
Total formal votes 48,492 97.29 +0.33
Informal votes 1,351 2.71 −0.33
Turnout 49,843 90.82 −0.51
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Victor Dominello 26,032 58.96 −2.55
Labor Jerome Laxale 18,123 41.04 +2.55
Liberal hold Swing −2.55

Seven HillsEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Seven Hills[147][148]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Mark Taylor 23,548 50.13 +0.44
Labor Durga Owen 16,909 35.99 +3.45
Greens Damien Atkins 3,038 6.47 −0.66
Independent Alan Sexton 1,844 3.93 +3.93
Sustainable Australia Eric Claus 863 1.84 +1.84
Conservatives Jude D'Cruz 775 1.65 +1.65
Total formal votes 46,977 96.76 +0.63
Informal votes 1,572 3.24 −0.63
Turnout 48,549 90.45 −1.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mark Taylor 24,518 56.36 −2.39
Labor Durga Owen 18,988 43.64 +2.39
Liberal hold Swing −2.39

ShellharbourEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Shellharbour[149][150]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Anna Watson 31,532 57.50 +4.76
Liberal Shane Bitschkat 14,924 27.21 +1.48
Greens Jamie Dixon 5,158 9.41 +0.09
Sustainable Australia Ken Davis 3,226 5.88 +5.88
Total formal votes 54,840 95.17 −0.40
Informal votes 2,783 4.83 +0.40
Turnout 57,623 91.60 −0.20
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anna Watson 34,435 68.27 +1.30
Liberal Shane Bitschkat 16,005 31.73 −1.30
Labor hold Swing +1.30

South CoastEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: South Coast[151][152]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Shelley Hancock 27,143 55.53 +3.04
Labor Annette Alldrick 15,256 31.21 +0.83
Greens Kim Stephenson 6,481 13.26 +0.32
Total formal votes 48,880 96.06 −0.86
Informal votes 2,007 3.94 +0.86
Turnout 50,887 89.40 −0.79
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Shelley Hancock 27,902 60.55 +0.93
Labor Annette Alldrick 18,178 39.45 −0.93
Liberal hold Swing +0.93

StrathfieldEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Strathfield[153][154]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jodi McKay 20,475 44.30 +1.95
Liberal Philip Madirazza 17,972 38.89 −3.82
Greens Crisetta MacLeod 4,061 8.79 −0.43
Keep Sydney Open Vinayak Orekondy 1,443 3.12 +3.12
Conservatives Jack Liang 1,237 2.68 +2.68
Animal Justice Simon Fletcher 1,029 2.23 +2.23
Total formal votes 46,217 96.98 +0.15
Informal votes 1,437 3.02 −0.15
Turnout 47,654 89.15 −1.52
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jodi McKay 23,519 55.00 +3.22
Liberal Philip Madirazza 19,245 45.00 −3.22
Labor hold Swing +3.22

Summer HillEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Summer Hill[155][156]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jo Haylen 22,639 46.41 +3.14
Liberal Leo Wei 11,380 23.33 −0.50
Greens Tom Raue 10,055 20.61 −6.70
Keep Sydney Open Andrea Makris 2,791 5.72 +5.72
Animal Justice Teresa Romanovsky 1,227 2.52 +2.52
Sustainable Australia Dale Sinden 693 1.42 +1.42
Total formal votes 48,785 97.11 +0.45
Informal votes 1,451 2.89 −0.45
Turnout 50,236 88.84 −1.06
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jo Haylen 32,023 72.30 +2.16
Liberal Leo Wei 12,271 27.70 −2.16
Labor hold Swing +2.16

SwanseaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Swansea[157][158]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Yasmin Catley 24,371 49.54 +4.51
Liberal Dean Bowman 16,123 32.78 +6.86
Greens Doug Williamson 3,428 6.97 +1.12
Animal Justice Julia Riseley 2,714 5.52 +2.61
Conservatives Glenn Seddon 2,556 5.20 +5.20
Total formal votes 49,192 95.67 −0.63
Informal votes 2,224 4.33 +0.63
Turnout 51,416 90.71 −1.27
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Yasmin Catley 26,792 60.56 −2.42
Liberal Dean Bowman 17,449 39.44 +2.42
Labor hold Swing −2.42

SydneyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Sydney[159][160]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Alex Greenwich 17,905 41.45 +1.80
Liberal Lyndon Gannon 13,089 30.30 −2.54
Labor Jo Holder 6,370 14.75 +0.00
Greens Jonathan Harms 4,124 9.55 −0.18
Small Business Fiona Douskou 1,017 2.35 +2.35
Sustainable Australia Christopher Thomas 696 1.61 +1.61
Total formal votes 43,201 98.17 +0.56
Informal votes 807 1.83 −0.56
Turnout 44,008 79.82 −2.64
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Lyndon Gannon 16,259 52.96 −3.70
Labor Jo Holder 14,444 47.04 +3.70
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent Alex Greenwich 22,841 61.77 +3.70
Liberal Lyndon Gannon 14,134 38.23 −3.70
Independent hold Swing +3.70

TamworthEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Tamworth[161][162]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Kevin Anderson 27,855 55.07 +0.00
Independent Mark Rodda 8,283 16.38 +16.38
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Jeff Bacon 8,180 16.17 +16.17
Labor Steve Mears 4,133 8.17 +2.40
Greens Robin Gunning 1,367 2.70 +0.57
Animal Justice Emma Hall 760 1.50 +1.50
Total formal votes 50,578 97.80 +0.11
Informal votes 1,136 2.20 −0.11
Turnout 51,714 91.12 −1.07
Two-party-preferred result
National Kevin Anderson 32,700 79.47 +0.53
Labor Steve Mears 8,448 20.53 −0.53
Two-candidate-preferred result
National Kevin Anderson 30,522 71.11 +11.07
Independent Mark Rodda 12,403 28.89 −11.07
National hold Swing +11.07

TerrigalEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Terrigal[163][164]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Adam Crouch 26,580 52.86 +1.10
Labor Jeff Sundstrom 13,134 26.12 −5.26
Greens Bob Doyle 5,073 10.09 −1.74
Independent Gary Chestnut 1,758 3.50 +3.50
Animal Justice Flavia Coleman 1,542 3.07 +3.07
Conservatives Ross Blaikie 1,202 2.39 +2.39
Sustainable Australia Wayne Rigg 995 1.98 +1.98
Total formal votes 50,284 96.76 −0.02
Informal votes 1,682 3.24 +0.02
Turnout 51,966 90.37 −0.67
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Adam Crouch 27,802 62.34 +3.32
Labor Jeff Sundstrom 16,794 37.66 −3.32
Liberal hold Swing +3.32

The EntranceEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: The Entrance[165][166]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor David Mehan 20,744 43.14 +1.26
Liberal Brian Perrem 18,145 37.73 −6.15
Greens Stephen Pearson 3,691 7.68 −1.69
Animal Justice Maddy Richards 2,034 4.23 +4.23
Keep Sydney Open Jake Fitzpatrick 1,263 2.63 +2.63
Sustainable Australia Margaret Jones 1,218 2.53 +2.53
Conservatives Hadden Ervin 991 2.06 +2.06
Total formal votes 48,086 95.76 −0.53
Informal votes 2,130 4.24 +0.53
Turnout 50,216 89.09 −1.37
Two-party-preferred result
Labor David Mehan 23,661 55.22 +4.84
Liberal Brian Perrem 19,189 44.78 −4.84
Labor hold Swing +4.84

TweedEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Tweed[167][168]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Geoff Provest 22,185 47.55 +0.48
Labor Craig Elliot 14,449 30.97 −4.94
Greens Bill Fenelon 6,461 13.85 +0.58
Animal Justice Susie Hearder 1,790 3.84 +3.84
Sustainable Australia Ronald McDonald 1,776 3.81 +3.81
Total formal votes 46,661 96.01 −0.56
Informal votes 1,937 3.99 +0.56
Turnout 48,598 85.35 −0.20
Two-party-preferred result
National Geoff Provest 23,243 54.97 +1.78
Labor Craig Elliot 19,040 45.03 −1.78
National hold Swing +1.78

Upper HunterEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Upper Hunter[169][170]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Michael Johnsen 16,492 33.99 −4.88
Labor Melanie Dagg 13,900 28.65 −3.89
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Lee Watts 10,697 22.04 +22.04
Greens Tony Lonergan 2,320 4.78 −0.73
Liberal Democrats Mark Ellis 2,151 4.43 +4.43
Sustainable Australia Calum Blair 1,077 2.22 +2.22
Animal Justice Claire Robertson 961 1.98 +1.98
Christian Democrats Richard Stretton 927 1.91 −0.21
Total formal votes 48,525 96.61 −0.30
Informal votes 1,701 3.39 +0.30
Turnout 50,226 90.54 −0.70
Two-party-preferred result
National Michael Johnsen 19,341 52.56 +0.35
Labor Melanie Dagg 17,456 47.44 −0.35
National hold Swing +0.35

VaucluseEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Vaucluse[171][172]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Gabrielle Upton 26,397 57.36 −8.21
Greens Megan McEwin 6,494 14.11 −4.44
Labor Lenore Kulakauskas 5,881 12.78 −0.42
Keep Sydney Open Mark Macsmith 3,683 8.00 +8.00
Independent Miriam Guttman-Jones 2,284 4.96 +4.96
Animal Justice Deb Doyle 664 1.44 +1.44
Sustainable Australia Kay Dunne 620 1.35 +1.35
Total formal votes 46,023 98.17 +0.62
Informal votes 856 1.83 −0.62
Turnout 46,879 83.05 −2.12
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Gabrielle Upton 28,616 70.58 −4.72
Labor Lenore Kulakauskas 11,927 29.42 +4.72
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Gabrielle Upton 28,260 69.32 −3.61
Greens Megan McEwin 12,506 30.68 +3.61
Liberal hold Swing −3.61

Wagga WaggaEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wagga Wagga[173][174]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Joe McGirr 21,682 44.63 +44.63
National Mackenna Powell 12,635 26.01 +26.01
Labor Dan Hayes 7,141 14.70 −13.37
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers Seb McDonagh 4,242 8.73 +8.73
Greens Ray Goodlass 1,346 2.77 −2.21
Conservatives Colin Taggart 843 1.74 +1.74
Independent Matt Quade 689 1.42 +1.42
Total formal votes 48,578 96.80 +0.01
Informal votes 1,607 3.20 −0.01
Turnout 50,185 90.12 −0.14
Two-party-preferred result
National Mackenna Powell 18,055 57.51 −5.38
Labor Dan Hayes 13,338 42.49 +5.38
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent Joe McGirr 26,869 65.47 +65.47
National Mackenna Powell 14,169 34.53 +34.53
Independent hold  

WakehurstEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wakehurst[175][176]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Brad Hazzard 28,704 58.93 −4.99
Labor Chris Sharpe 8,600 17.65 +2.23
Greens Lilith Zaharias 4,867 9.99 −1.97
Keep Sydney Open Katika Schultz 1,928 3.96 +3.96
Animal Justice Susan Sorensen 1,685 3.46 +3.46
Independent Darren Hough 1,606 3.30 +3.30
Sustainable Australia Greg Mawson 1,322 2.71 +2.71
Total formal votes 48,712 96.94 +0.39
Informal votes 1,537 3.06 −0.39
Turnout 50,249 90.03 −1.52
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Brad Hazzard 30,182 71.00 −4.24
Labor Chris Sharpe 12,326 29.00 +4.24
Liberal hold Swing −4.24

WallsendEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wallsend[177][178]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Sonia Hornery 31,998 62.31 +3.90
Liberal Nicholas Trappett 10,458 20.37 −4.36
Greens Sinead Francis-Coan 4,756 9.26 −1.46
Animal Justice Toni Gundry 2,170 4.23 +4.23
Conservatives Fiona De Vries 1,969 3.83 +3.83
Total formal votes 51,351 96.52 +0.45
Informal votes 1,851 3.48 −0.45
Turnout 53,202 90.10 −1.47
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Sonia Hornery 35,605 75.44 +4.64
Liberal Nicholas Trappett 11,591 24.56 −4.64
Labor hold Swing +4.64

WilloughbyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Willoughby[179][180]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Gladys Berejiklian 27,292 57.03 −6.52
Labor Justin Reiss 6,875 14.37 −1.50
Greens Daniel Keogh 5,342 11.16 −4.71
Independent Larissa Penn 4,742 9.91 +9.91
Keep Sydney Open Tom Crowley 1,403 2.93 +2.93
Animal Justice Emma Bennett 1,040 2.17 +2.17
Sustainable Australia Greg Graham 779 1.63 +1.63
Flux Meow-Ludo Meow-Meow 384 0.80 +0.80
Total formal votes 47,857 98.09 +0.53
Informal votes 934 1.91 −0.53
Turnout 48,791 89.51 −0.87
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Gladys Berejiklian 29,142 71.03 −3.44
Labor Justin Reiss 11,885 28.97 +3.44
Liberal hold Swing −3.44

WollondillyEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wollondilly[181][182]
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

WollongongEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wollongong[183][184]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Paul Scully 25,776 50.11 +9.74
Liberal Zachary Fitzpatrick 11,427 22.22 +1.17
Greens Benjamin Arcioni 6,583 12.80 +3.25
Independent Nikola Nastoski 2,830 5.50 +5.50
Sustainable Australia Andrew Anthony 2,242 4.36 +4.36
Animal Justice Benjamin Bank 1,541 3.00 +3.00
Keep Sydney Open James Hehir 1,036 2.01 +2.01
Total formal votes 51,435 95.54 −0.36
Informal votes 2,400 4.46 +0.36
Turnout 53,835 88.50 −0.59
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Paul Scully 31,357 71.37 +12.47
Liberal Zachary Fitzpatrick 12,580 28.63 −12.47
Labor hold Swing +12.47

WyongEdit

2019 New South Wales state election: Wyong[185][186]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor David Harris 25,077 52.11 +0.96
Liberal Ying Shu Li-Cantwell 15,338 31.87 −4.89
Greens Sue Wynn 4,553 9.46 +2.75
Conservatives Martin Stevenson 3,153 6.55 +6.55
Total formal votes 48,121 94.77 −0.91
Informal votes 2,655 5.23 +0.91
Turnout 50,776 88.34 −2.40
Two-party-preferred result
Labor David Harris 27,296 62.45 +3.72
Liberal Ying Shu Li-Cantwell 16,415 37.55 −3.72
Labor hold Swing +3.72

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