Electoral district of Cheltenham
South Australia—House of Assembly
Electoral district of Cheltenham (green) in the Greater Adelaide area
|Party||Australian Labor Party|
|Namesake||Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England|
|Area||18.1 km2 (7.0 sq mi)|
Cheltenham is an electoral district of the House of Assembly in the Australian state of South Australia. Named after the suburb of the same name, it is an 18.1 km² urban electorate in Adelaide's north-west, taking in the suburbs of Alberton, Albert Park, Athol Park, Cheltenham, Findon, Hendon, Pennington, Queenstown, Royal Park, St Clair, Woodville, Woodville South, Woodville West, and parts of Port Adelaide and Rosewater. The Cheltenham electorate is inside the federal-level electorate of Port Adelaide.
Cheltenham was created in the 1998 electoral distribution as a safe seat for the Australian Labor Party, replacing the abolished seat of Price. In August 2001 the 17-year Price incumbent Murray De-Laine was defeated in a factional preselection in favour of current premier Jay Weatherill. De-Laine subsequently contested the 2002 election as an independent with 9.7% of the primary vote.
Members for Cheltenham
|South Australian state election, 2014: Cheltenham|
|Family First||Alex Tennikoff||1,470||6.8||+1.3|
|Total formal votes||21,775||96.5||+0.8|
- ABC profile for Cheltenham: 2014
- ECSA profile for Cheltenham: 2014
- Poll Bludger profile for Cheltenham: 2014