Results and maps of the Victorian state election, 2006

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Total Result for Legislative Assembly[edit]

Victorian state election, 2006[1]
Legislative Assembly
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Enrolled Voters 3,353,845
Votes Cast 3,109,907 Turnout 92.73 –0.43
Informal Votes 141,914 Informal 4.56 +1.14
Summary of votes by party
Party Primary Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Labor 1,278,046 43.06 –4.89 55 –7
  Liberal 1,022,110 34.44 +0.53 23 +6
  Greens 297,931 10.04 +0.31 0 ±0
  National 153,299 5.17 +0.87 9 +2
  Family First 127,266 4.29 +4.29 0 ±0
  People Power 15,226 0.51 +0.51 0 ±0
  CEC 5,187 0.17 –0.16 0 ±0
  Socialist Alliance 1,102 0.04 –0.07 0 ±0
  Other 67,826 2.29 –1.11 1 –1
Total 2,967,993     88  
Two-Party Preferred
  Labor 1,611,866 54.38 –3.38
  Liberal 1,352,258 45.62 +3.38

Maps[edit]

Total Result for Legislative Council[edit]

Votes Cast 3,110,172 Turnout 92.73%
Informal Votes 133,243 Informal % 4.28%
Party Primary Votes % Seats
  Australian Labor Party 1,234,082 41.45% 19
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,028,421 34.55% 15
  Australian Greens 314,847 10.58% 3
  National Party of Australia 131,946 4.43% 2
  Family First 114,739 3.85% 0
  Democratic Labor Party 58,722 1.97% 1
  Other Candidates 94,172 3.17% 0
Total 2,976,929 40

Parties represented under the category "Other Candidates" include:

Electoral Districts and Regions[edit]

This map shows the lower house districts covering metropolitan Melbourne. The districts are grouped to form five upper house regions.
This map shows the lower house districts covering regional Victoria. The districts are each grouped to form three upper house regions.


Legislative Assembly Results by District[edit]

Composition of the Legislative Assembly of the 55th Parliament of Victoria 2006 result
District Sitting Member Political Party Margin Status Retain/Gain Swing Person Elected
Albert Park John Thwaites ALP 4.80% Fairly Safe retain -2.8% John Thwaites
Altona Lynne Kosky ALP 24.70% Very Safe retain -4.5% Lynne Kosky
Ballarat East Geoff Howard ALP 7.62% Safe retain -0.9% Geoff Howard
Ballarat West Karen Overington ALP 9.01% Safe retain -1.0% Karen Overington
Bass Ken Smith) Liberal 0.65% Marginal retain +4.9% Ken Smith
Bayswater Peter Lockwood ALP 2.75% Marginal gain -5.6% Heidi Victoria
Bellarine Lisa Neville ALP 8.26% Safe retain -0.3% Lisa Neville
Benalla Bill Sykes National 1.98% Marginal retain +15.5% Bill Sykes
Benambra Tony Plowman Liberal 4.04% Fairly Safe retain +3.7% Bill Tilley
Bendigo East Jacinta Allan ALP 12.97% Safe retain -7.7% Jacinta Allan
Bendigo West Bob Cameron ALP 15.95% Safe retain -5.3% Bob Cameron
Bentleigh Rob Hudson ALP 4.75% Fairly Safe retain +1.6% Rob Hudson
Box Hill Robert Clark Liberal 1.10% Marginal retain +4.1% Robert Clark
Brighton Louise Asher Liberal 7.42% Safe retain +3.5% Louise Asher
Broadmeadows John Brumby ALP 30.79% Very Safe retain +1.4% John Brumby
Brunswick Carlo Carli ALP 9.30% Safe retain -4.7% Carlo Carli
Bulleen Nicholas Kotsiras Liberal 2.65% Marginal retain +5.8% Nicholas Kotsiras
Bundoora Sheryl Garbutt ALP 17.58% Safe retain -2.5% Colin Brooks
Burwood Bob Stensholt ALP 5.10% Fairly Safe retain -1.4% Bob Stensholt
Carrum Jenny Lindell ALP 12.17% Safe retain -5.5% Jenny Lindell
Caulfield Helen Shardey Liberal 2.26% Marginal retain +5.3% Helen Shardey
Clayton Hong Lim ALP 23.85% Very Safe retain -3.5% Hong Lim
Cranbourne Jude Perera ALP 10.80% Safe retain +0.5% Jude Perera
Dandenong John Pandazopoulos ALP 20.32% Very Safe retain -1.6% John Pandazopoulos
Derrimut Telmo Languiller ALP 27.31% Very Safe retain -3.0% Telmo Languiller
Doncaster Victor Perton Liberal 0.78% Marginal retain +7.3% Mary Wooldridge
Eltham Steve Herbert ALP 4.80% Fairly Safe retain +1.7% Steve Herbert
Essendon Judy Maddigan ALP 15.92% Safe retain -4.2% Judy Maddigan
Evelyn Heather McTaggart ALP 0.34% Very Marginal gain -3.1% Christine Fyffe
Ferntree Gully Anne Eckstein ALP 2.29% Marginal gain -2.3% Nick Wakeling
Footscray Bruce Mildenhall ALP 24.91% Very Safe retain -0.3% Marsha Thompson
Forest Hill Kirstie Marshall ALP 5.79% Fairly Safe retain -5.0% Kirstie Marshall
Frankston Alistair Harkness ALP 5.78% Fairly Safe retain -2.6% Alistair Harkness
Geelong Ian Trezise ALP 8.11% Safe retain +0.2% Ian Trezise
Gembrook Tammy Lobato ALP 1.59% Marginal retain -0.9% Tammy Lobato
Gippsland East Craig Ingram Independent 11.75% Safe retain -2.6% Craig Ingram
Gippsland South Peter Ryan National 10.86% Safe retain +5.0% Peter Ryan
Hastings Rosy Buchanan ALP 0.86% Marginal gain -1.8% Neale Burgess
Hawthorn Ted Baillieu Liberal 5.89% Fairly Safe retain +6.4% Ted Baillieu
Ivanhoe Craig Langdon ALP 12.50% Safe retain -2.0% Craig Langdon
Keilor George Seitz ALP 18.05% Safe retain +1.4% George Seitz
Kew Andrew McIntosh Liberal 5.99% Fairly Safe retain +3.6% Andrew McIntosh
Kilsyth Dympna Beard ALP 2.10% Marginal gain -2.4% David Hodgett
Kororoit Andre Haermeyer ALP 27.06% Very Safe retain -1.4% Andre Haermeyer
Lara Peter Loney ALP 22.35% Very Safe retain -4.4% John Eren
Lowan Hugh Delahunty National 17.09% Safe retain +5.0% Hugh Delahunty
Lyndhurst Tim Holding ALP 25.09% Very Safe retain -3.6% Tim Holding
Macedon Joanne Duncan ALP 9.26% Safe retain -1.0% Joanne Duncan
Malvern Robert Doyle Liberal 10.19% Safe retain +2.1% Michael O’Brien
Melbourne Bronwyn Pike ALP 1.93% Marginal retain +0.1% Bronwyn Pike
Melton Don Nardella ALP 15.33% Safe retain -1.8% Don Nardella
Mildura Russell Savage Independent 18.46% Safe gain -24.6% Peter Crisp
Mill Park Lily D'Ambrosio ALP 26.79% Safe retain -6.0% Lily D'Ambrosio
Mitcham Tony Robinson ALP 7.69% Fairly Safe retain -5.7% Tony Robinson
Monbulk James Merlino ALP 8.27% Safe retain -1.6% James Merlino
Mordialloc Janice Munt ALP 4.54% Fairly Safe retain -1.0% Janice Munt
Mornington Robin Cooper Liberal 1.83% Marginal retain +10.1% David Morris
Morwell Brendan Jenkins ALP 4.87% Fairly Safe gain -7.0% Russell Northe
Mount Waverley Maxine Morand ALP 2.30% Marginal retain -2.0% Maxine Morand
Mulgrave Daniel Andrews ALP 16.23% Safe retain -0.4% Daniel Andrews
Murray Valley Ken Jasper National 13.90% Safe retain +7.9% Ken Jasper
Narracan Ian Maxfield ALP 6.83% Fairly Safe gain -9.5% Gary Blackwood
Narre Warren North Luke Donnellan ALP 9.71% Safe retain -0.5% Luke Donnellan
Narre Warren South Dale Wilson ALP 12.61% Safe retain -1.7% Judith Graley
Nepean Martin Dixon Liberal 0.18% Very Marginal retain +9.2% Martin Dixon
Niddrie Rob Hulls ALP 16.61% Safe retain -5.4% Rob Hulls
Northcote Mary Delahunty ALP 7.91% Fairly Safe retain +0.6% Fiona Richardson
Oakleigh Ann Barker ALP 15.22% Safe retain -2.8% Ann Barker
Pascoe Vale Christine Campbell ALP 24.21% Very Safe retain -1.4% Christine Campbell
Polwarth Terry Mulder Liberal 9.54% Safe retain +1.2% Terry Mulder
Prahran Tony Lupton ALP 4.43% Fairly Safe retain -0.8% Tony Lupton
Preston Michael Leighton ALP 25.76% Very Safe retain -0.5% Robin Scott
Richmond Richard Wynne ALP 3.10% Marginal retain +0.5 Richard Wynne
Ripon Joe Helper ALP 7.44% Safe retain -3.1% Joe Helper
Rodney Noel Maughan National 9.96% Safe retain -5.6% Paul Weller
Sandringham Murray Thompson Liberal 3.04% Marginal retain +5.7% Murray Thompson
Scoresby Kim Wells Liberal 3.33% Marginal retain +7.9% Kim Wells
Seymour Ben Hardman ALP 9.50% Safe retain -2.8% Ben Hardman
Shepparton Jeanette Powell National 4.28% Marginal retain +12.4% Jeanette Powell
South Barwon Michael Crutchfield ALP 5.02% Fairly Safe retain -2.7% Michael Crutchfield
South-West Coast Denis Napthine Liberal 0.75% Very Marginal retain -3.3% Denis Napthine
Swan Hill Peter Walsh National 14.16% Safe retain +12.5% Peter Walsh
Tarneit Mary Gillett ALP 17.41% Safe retain -4.9% Tim Pallas
Thomastown Peter Batchelor ALP 31.75% Very Safe retain -0.6% Peter Batchelor
Warrandyte Phil Honeywood Liberal 6.36% Fairly Safe retain +2.6% Ryan Smith
Williamstown Steve Bracks ALP 25.72% Very Safe retain -1.4% Steve Bracks
Yan Yean Danielle Green ALP 9.54% Safe retain -1.6% Danielle Green
Yuroke Liz Beattie ALP 22.89% Very Safe retain -2.7% Liz Beattie
Source: Victorian Electoral Commission[2]


Legislative Council Results by Region[edit]

Eastern Metropolitan Region[edit]

Votes Cast 388,126 Turnout 93.99%
Informal Votes 12,179 Informal % 3.14%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 135,264 35.98% 2.1619 2
  Liberal Party of Australia 168,583 44.84% 2.6905 3
  Australian Greens 39,587 10.53% 0.6318 0
  Family First Party 16,670 4.43% 0.2660 0
  Australian Democrats 5,225 1.39% 0.834 0
  Other 10,618 2.82% 0.169 -
Total 375,947 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from the Democratic Labor Party and the People Power Party also ran for the Eastern Metropolitan Region.

Eastern Victoria Region[edit]

Votes Cast 391,826 Turnout 93.81%
Informal Votes 12,625 Informal % 3.22%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 132,334 34.90% 2.094 2
  Liberal Party of Australia 148,734 39.22% 2.353 2
  National Party of Australia 32,623 8.60% 0.516 1
  Australian Greens 34,745 9.16% 0.550 0
  Family First Party 16,895 4.46% 0.267 0
  Other 13,870 3.66% 0.220 0
Total 379,201 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from: the Democratic Labor Party, the People Power Party, the Country Alliance and the Christian Democratic Party also ran for the Eastern Victoria Region, as did independent candidates.

Northern Metropolitan Region[edit]

Votes Cast 381,879 Turnout 91.12%
Informal Votes 21,730 Informal % 5.69%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 176,303 48.95% 2.937 3
  Liberal Party of Australia 83,634 23.22% 1.393 1
  Australian Greens 61,465 17.07% 1.024 1
  Family First Party 10,117 2.81% 0.169 0
  Australian Democrats 4,521 1.26% 0.075 0
  Other 24,109 6.69% 0.402 0
Total 360,149 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from the Democratic Labor Party and the People Power Party also ran for the Northern Metropolitan Region, as did independent candidates.

Northern Victoria Region[edit]

Votes Cast 380,817 Turnout 93.33%
Informal Votes 15,426 Informal % 4.05%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 110,015 30.11% 1.807 2
  Liberal Party of Australia 106,483 29.15% 1.749 2
  National Party of Australia 77,421 21.19% 1.271 1
  Australian Greens 26,603 7.28% 0.437 0
  Family First Party 13,381 3.66% 0.220 0
  Other 31,440 8.61% 0.516 0
Total 365,343 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from: the Democratic Labor Party, the Country Alliance, the People Power Party and the Christian Democratic Party also ran for the Northern Victoria Region, as did independent candidates.

Southern Metropolitan Region[edit]

Votes Cast 373,225 Turnout 90.24%
Informal Votes 11,420 Informal % 3.06%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 112,762 31.17% 1.870 2
  Liberal Party of Australia 167,202 46.21% 2.773 2
  Australian Greens 56,816 15.70% 0.942 1
  Family First Party 7,894 2.18% 0.131 0
  Australian Democrats 6,219 1.72% 0.103 0
  Other 10,912 3.02% 0.181 0
Total 361,805 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from the People Power Party and the Democratic Labor Party also ran for the Southern Metropolitan Region, as did independent candidates.

South Eastern Metropolitan Region[edit]

Votes Cast 385,747 Turnout 93.41%
Informal Votes 20,200 Informal % 5.24%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 181,986 49.78% 2.987 3
  Liberal Party of Australia 123,067 33.67% 2.020 2
  Australian Greens 26,408 7.22% 0.434 0
  Family First Party 19,238 5.26% 0.316 0
  Australian Democrats 4,967 1.36% 0.812 0
  Other 9,881 2.70% 0.162 0
Total 365,547 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from: the Democratic Labor Party, the People Power Party and the Christian Democratic Party also ran for the South Eastern Metropolitan Region, as did independent candidates.

Western Metropolitan Region[edit]

Votes Cast 399,486 Turnout 92.51%
Informal Votes 25,075 Informal % 6.28
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 219,706 58.68% 3.521 3
  Liberal Party of Australia 91,604 24.47% 1.468 1
  Australian Greens 35,201 9.40% 0.564 1
  Family First Party 15,032 4.01% 0.241 0
  Australian Democrats 3,741 1.00% 0.060 0
  Other 9,127 2.44% 0.146 0
Total 374,411 5

Elected MPs:

Candidates from the Democratic Labor Party and the People Power Party also ran for the Western Metropolitan Region.

Western Victoria Region[edit]

Votes Cast 409,066 Turnout 93.46%
Informal Votes 14,588 Informal % 3.57%
Party Primary Votes % Quotas Seats
  Australian Labor Party 165,712 42.01% 2.520 2
  Liberal Party of Australia 139,114 35.27% 2.116 2
  National Party of Australia 21,902 5.55% 0.333 0
  Australian Greens 34,022 8.62% 0.518 0
  Democratic Labor Party 10,485 2.66% 0.160 1
  Other 23,243 5.90% 0.354 0
Total 394,478 5

Elected MPs

Candidates from the Family First Party, the Country Alliance, the People Power Party and the Socialist Alliance also ran for the Western Victoria Region, as did independent candidates.

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