Electoral district of Mitcham
|Party||Liberal Party of Australia|
|Area||24 km2 (9.3 sq mi)|
Created prior to the 1967 election it has, with one exception, always been held by the current government. The one exception was a 1997 by-election which was won by the Australian Labor Party with a massive 16% swing, signaling a revival in the performance of the ALP prior to the 1999 election where they narrowly retained the seat and even more narrowly won government.
The current member for Mitcham is Dee Ryall, having defeated the Labor member in 2010.
Members for Mitcham
|Victorian state election, 2010: Mitcham|
|Sex Party||Paul Elliott||963||2.85||+2.85|
|Family First||Daniel Ha||758||2.25||-2.28|
|Democratic Labor||Barry O'Shea||632||1.87||+1.87|
|Total formal votes||33,763||96.55||+0.06|
|Liberal gain from Labor||Swing||+4.77|
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