Electoral district of Liverpool
The district is located in Western Sydney, within the boundaries of the Liverpool City Council. It covers an area of 54.85 km² and includes the suburbs of Warwick Farm, Ashcroft, Green Valley, Cartwright and Liverpool.
Liverpool was created in 1950 and has since always been represented by a member of the Australian Labor Party. It has historically been one of the safest Labor seats in New South Wales and is considered a part of Labor's heartland in Western Sydney . At the 2011 election it became the safest ALP seat with sitting member Paul Lynch winning 64.7% of the two party preferred vote although Ron Hoenig won a larger vote at the Heffron by-election held in August 2012 but that was achieved in the absence of a Liberal opponent.
Members for Liverpool
|New South Wales state election, 2011: Liverpool|
|Christian Democrats||Matt Attia||2,916||6.7||+2.6|
|Total formal votes||43,213||93.9||-1.6|
- Antony Green. "2011 New South Wales Election: Analysis of Results". NSW Parliamentary Library. Retrieved 8 December 2011.