Results of the Australian federal election, 2010 (Queensland)

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Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal National Party 1,130,525 47.42 +2.95 21 +21
  Australian Labor Party 800,712 33.58 –9.33 8 –7
  Australian Greens 260,471 10.92 +5.29 0 0
  Family First Party 92,794 3.89 +1.62 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 4,662 0.20 +0.05 0 0
  Democratic Labor Party 4,590 0.19 +0.19 0 0
  One Nation 3,921 0.16 −0.20 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 1,462 0.06 −0.09 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 717 0.03 −0.02 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 414 0.02 +0.02 0 0
  Independents 83,310 3.49 +0.50 1 0
  Non Affiliated 601 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Total 2,384,179     30 +1
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal National Party 1,314,675 55.14 +5.58 21 +8
  Australian Labor Party 1,069,504 44.86 –5.58 8 –7

This is a list of electoral division results for the Australian 2010 federal election in the state of Queensland.[1] [2]

Electoral divisions: Queensland
Electoral divisions: Brisbane area

Results by division[edit]

Blair[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Blair[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Shayne Neumann 30,890 42.08 -9.23
Liberal National Neil Zabel 27,525 37.50 -2.11
Greens Patricia Petersen 8,122 11.06 +6.96
Family First Joshua Olyslagers 3,605 4.91 +2.86
Independent Brad King 3,267 4.45 +4.45
Total formal votes 73,409 94.12 -2.03
Informal votes 4,589 5.88 +2.03
Turnout 77,998 93.89 -1.10
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Shayne Neumann 39,814 54.24 -2.74
Liberal National Neil Zabel 33,595 45.76 +2.74
Labor hold Swing -2.74

Bonner[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Bonner[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Ross Vasta 38,105 46.38 +4.47
Labor Kerry Rea 29,639 36.07 -12.73
Greens Darryl Rosin 9,188 11.18 +6.28
Family First Carolyn Ferrando 2,318 2.82 +0.89
Independent Greg Sowden 1,984 2.41 +2.41
Democratic Labor Utz Wellner 931 1.13 +1.13
Total formal votes 82,165 94.89 -2.14
Informal votes 4,429 5.11 +2.14
Turnout 86,594 93.43 -1.90
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ross Vasta 43,400 52.82 +7.35
Labor Kerry Rea 38,765 47.18 -7.35
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +7.35

Bowman[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Bowman[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Andrew Laming 45,585 55.63 +9.51
Labor Jenny Peters 24,719 30.17 -13.97
Greens David Keogh 8,174 9.97 +4.51
Family First Karina Windolf 1,834 2.24 -0.70
One Nation Dave Chidgey 865 1.06 +0.53
Democratic Labor John Kent 768 0.94 +0.94
Total formal votes 81,945 94.61 -2.01
Informal votes 4,672 5.39 +2.01
Turnout 86,617 94.26 -0.98
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Andrew Laming 49,490 60.39 +10.39
Labor Jenny Peters 32,455 39.61 -10.39
Liberal National hold Swing +10.39

Brisbane[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Brisbane[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Teresa Gambaro 37,191 45.89 +4.08
Labor Arch Bevis 24,623 30.38 -13.22
Greens Andrew Bartlett 17,244 21.28 +10.12
Family First Mark White 1,274 1.57 +0.44
Socialist Alliance Ewan Saunders 717 0.88 +0.36
Total formal votes 81,049 96.24 -0.88
Informal votes 3,169 3.76 +0.88
Turnout 84,218 91.32 -3.89
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Teresa Gambaro 41,440 51.13 +5.73
Labor Arch Bevis 39,609 48.87 -5.73
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +5.73

Capricornia[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Capricornia[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kirsten Livermore 36,793 45.77 -9.57
Liberal National Michelle Landry 32,489 40.42 +3.44
Greens Paul Bambrick 4,435 5.52 +2.52
Family First Sandra Corneloup 2,802 3.49 +1.70
Independent Shane Guley 2,045 2.54 +2.54
Independent Bevan Mowen 1,402 1.74 +1.74
Secular Steve Jeffery 414 0.52 +0.52
Total formal votes 80,380 93.85 -2.83
Informal votes 5,263 6.15 +2.83
Turnout 85,643 93.13 -2.27
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kirsten Livermore 43,150 53.68 -8.40
Liberal National Michelle Landry 37,230 46.32 +8.40
Labor hold Swing -8.40

Dawson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Dawson[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National George Christensen 37,940 45.74 +2.62
Labor Mike Brunker 33,216 40.04 -7.35
Greens Jonathon Dykyj 6,406 7.72 +3.29
Family First Damian Herrington 4,100 4.94 +2.09
CEC Bill Ingrey 1,287 1.55 +1.07
Total formal votes 82,949 94.24 -1.94
Informal votes 5,070 5.76 +1.94
Turnout 88,019 93.09 -2.32
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National George Christensen 43,494 52.43 +5.02
Labor Mike Brunker 39,455 47.57 -5.02
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +5.02

Dickson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Dickson[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Peter Dutton 39,880 48.96 +3.62
Labor Fiona McNamara 27,264 33.47 -10.95
Greens David Colbert 8,888 10.91 +4.84
Independent Rebecca Jenkinson 2,558 3.14 +3.14
Family First Alan Revie 2,340 2.87 +0.35
Liberal Democrats Bob Hunter 521 0.64 +0.34
Total formal votes 81,451 95.59 -1.62
Informal votes 3,755 4.41 +1.62
Turnout 85,206 94.56 -0.81
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Peter Dutton 44,902 55.13 +5.89
Labor Fiona McNamara 36,549 44.87 -5.89
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +5.89

Fadden[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Fadden[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Stuart Robert 42,925 58.33 +1.72
Labor Rana Watson 20,110 27.33 -6.24
Greens Graeme Maizey 6,863 9.33 +4.92
Family First Barrie Nicholson 2,513 3.41 +1.36
One Nation Ian Rossiter 1,181 1.60 +0.79
Total formal votes 73,592 93.96 -1.73
Informal votes 4,734 6.04 +1.73
Turnout 78,326 91.89 -0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Stuart Robert 47,236 64.19 +3.76
Labor Rana Watson 26,356 35.81 -3.76
Liberal National hold Swing +3.76

Fairfax[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Fairfax[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Alex Somlyay 39,102 49.45 +2.72
Labor Dan McIntyre 21,589 27.31 -9.07
Greens Narelle McCarthy 14,228 18.00 +9.31
Family First Ron Hunt 4,147 5.24 +1.32
Total formal votes 79,066 94.97 -1.64
Informal votes 4,186 5.03 +1.64
Turnout 83,252 92.77 -0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Alex Somlyay 45,032 56.95 +3.98
Labor Dan McIntyre 34,034 43.05 -3.98
Liberal National hold Swing +3.98

Fisher[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Fisher[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Peter Slipper 34,235 46.48 +2.28
Labor Chris Cummins 22,332 30.32 -2.71
Greens Garry Claridge 11,664 15.84 +9.91
Family First Robyn Robertson 5,421 7.36 +4.88
Total formal votes 73,652 94.83 -2.36
Informal votes 4,013 5.17 +2.36
Turnout 77,665 92.73 -0.38
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Peter Slipper 39,868 54.13 +0.60
Labor Chris Cummins 33,784 45.87 -0.60
Liberal National hold Swing +0.60

Flynn[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Flynn[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Ken O'Dowd 37,584 47.04 +0.67
Labor Chris Trevor 31,894 39.92 -6.78
Family First Di Hancock-Mills 3,586 4.49 +2.48
Greens Anne Goddard 3,163 3.96 +1.91
Independent Duncan Scott 3,025 3.79 +2.88
Democratic Labor John McMahon 640 0.80 +0.80
Total formal votes 79,892 94.67 -1.38
Informal votes 4,502 5.33 +1.38
Turnout 84,394 92.36 -2.75
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ken O'Dowd 42,806 53.58 +5.82
Labor Chris Trevor 37,086 46.42 -5.82
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +5.82

Forde[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Forde[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Bert van Manen 30,967 44.08 +0.01
Labor Brett Raguse 26,268 37.39 -8.92
Greens Petrina Maizey 8,583 12.22 +7.78
Family First Melissa Raassina 4,440 6.32 +3.56
Total formal votes 70,258 92.87 -2.42
Informal votes 5,397 7.13 +2.42
Turnout 75,655 91.64 -1.05
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Bert van Manen 36,271 51.63 +4.99
Labor Brett Raguse 33,987 48.37 -4.99
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +4.99

Griffith[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Griffith[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kevin Rudd 35,445 44.08 -9.01
Liberal National Rebecca Docherty 28,784 35.80 +1.82
Greens Emma-Kate Rose 12,378 15.39 +7.54
Liberal Democrats Gregory Romans 1,866 2.32 +2.10
Family First Jesse Webb 1,163 1.45 +0.66
Hamish Chitts 601 0.75 +0.75
CEC Jan Pukallus 175 0.22 +0.22
Total formal votes 80,412 95.11 -2.01
Informal votes 4,137 4.89 +2.01
Turnout 84,549 91.32 -2.30
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kevin Rudd 47,007 58.46 -3.86
Liberal National Rebecca Docherty 33,405 41.54 +3.86
Labor hold Swing -3.86

Groom[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Groom[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Ian Macfarlane 51,757 61.25 +8.54
Labor Chris Meibusch 19,153 22.67 -12.16
Greens Frida Forsberg 6,165 7.30 +2.46
Family First Rose Kirkwood 4,696 5.56 +1.18
Independent Rod Jeanneret 2,730 3.23 +2.63
Total formal votes 84,501 95.85 -1.09
Informal votes 3,655 4.15 +1.09
Turnout 88,156 94.41 -1.05
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ian Macfarlane 57,912 68.53 +10.31
Labor Chris Meibusch 26,589 31.47 -10.31
Liberal National hold Swing +10.31

Herbert[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Herbert[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Ewen Jones 36,086 45.67 +2.14
Labor Tony Mooney 31,729 40.15 -3.12
Greens Mike Rubenach 6,995 8.85 +3.81
Family First Michael Punshon 4,208 5.33 +3.67
Total formal votes 79,018 93.74 -2.04
Informal votes 5,281 6.26 +2.04
Turnout 84,299 92.59 -1.07
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ewen Jones 41,221 52.17 +2.20
Labor Tony Mooney 37,797 47.83 -2.20
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +2.20

Hinkler[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Hinkler[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Paul Neville 44,382 54.95 +8.67
Labor Belinda McNeven 26,246 32.50 -10.57
Greens Jenny Fitzgibbon 4,611 5.71 +1.63
Family First Trevor Versace 2,562 3.17 -0.37
Independent Adrian Wone 1,698 2.10 +2.10
Independent Cy D'Oliveira 1,264 1.57 +1.57
Total formal votes 80,763 94.43 -1.67
Informal votes 4,765 5.57 +1.67
Turnout 85,528 93.58 -0.89
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Paul Neville 48,770 60.39 +8.87
Labor Belinda McNeven 31,993 39.61 -8.87
Liberal National hold Swing +8.87

Kennedy[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Kennedy[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Bob Katter 38,170 46.71 +9.91
Liberal National Ed Morrison 21,737 26.60 +0.30
Labor Andrew Turnour 16,513 20.21 -8.78
Greens Jess Jones 3,669 4.49 +1.11
Family First Fred Dykstra 1,633 2.00 +0.02
Total formal votes 81,722 94.62 -1.44
Informal votes 4,648 5.38 +1.44
Turnout 86,370 91.43 -2.47
Two-party-preferred result
Independent Bob Katter 55,852 68.34 +2.05
Liberal National Ed Morrison 25,870 31.66 +31.66
Independent hold Swing +2.05

Leichhardt[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Leichhardt[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Warren Entsch 37,828 47.40 +4.66
Labor Jim Turnour 27,662 34.66 -8.37
Greens Neville St John-Wood 7,232 9.06 +1.44
Independent Jen Sackley 2,556 3.20 +3.20
Independent Yodie Batzke 1,700 2.13 +2.13
Family First Shannon McSweeney 1,461 1.83 +0.53
Independent Steve Lane 1,373 1.72 +1.72
Total formal votes 79,812 94.09 -0.89
Informal votes 5,017 5.91 +0.89
Turnout 84,829 91.08 -1.38
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Warren Entsch 43,539 54.55 +8.61
Labor Jim Turnour 36,273 45.45 -8.61
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +8.61

Lilley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Lilley[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Rod McGarvie 35,835 41.22 +2.39
Labor Wayne Swan 35,724 41.09 -10.19
Greens Andrew Jeremijenko 10,579 12.17 +5.81
Family First Andrew Herschell 2,696 3.10 +1.32
Independent Douglas Crowhurst 2,111 2.43 +2.43
Total formal votes 86,945 95.44 -1.61
Informal votes 4,153 4.56 +1.61
Turnout 91,098 93.52 -2.33
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Wayne Swan 46,234 53.18 -4.77
Liberal National Rod McGarvie 40,711 46.82 +4.77
Labor hold Swing -4.77

Longman[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Longman[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 33,011 43.75 -1.17
Labor Jon Sullivan 28,396 37.64 -8.04
Greens Rod Blair 6,878 9.12 +4.64
Family First Claire McErlane 3,206 4.25 +2.46
Independent John Reece 1,042 1.38 +1.38
Independent Bob Fox 872 1.16 +1.16
Independent Michael van Boeckel 856 1.13 +1.13
Liberal Democrats Joshua van Veen 671 0.89 +0.51
Democratic Labor Andrew Jackson 518 0.69 +0.69
Total formal votes 75,450 92.71 -3.77
Informal votes 5,929 7.29 +3.77
Turnout 81,379 93.47 +0.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 39,173 51.92 +3.79
Labor Jon Sullivan 36,277 48.08 -3.79
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +3.79

Maranoa[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Maranoa[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Bruce Scott 57,100 65.52 +7.00
Labor Geoff Keating 17,398 19.96 -9.94
Independent Charles Nason 4,597 5.28 +5.28
Greens Grant Newson 4,490 5.15 +1.94
Family First Greg McKay 3,560 4.09 +0.35
Total formal votes 87,145 95.06 -1.26
Informal votes 4,530 4.94 +1.26
Turnout 91,675 93.59 -1.33
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Bruce Scott 63,520 72.89 +8.83
Labor Geoff Keating 23,625 27.11 -8.83
Liberal National hold Swing +8.83

McPherson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: McPherson[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Karen Andrews 42,069 53.90 -0.93
Labor Dan Byron 22,526 28.86 -6.99
Greens Ben O'Callaghan 9,676 12.40 +6.49
Family First Matthew Reeves 3,777 4.84 +3.33
Total formal votes 78,048 94.10 -2.73
Informal votes 4,890 5.90 +2.73
Turnout 82,938 92.06 -2.67
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Karen Andrews 47,044 60.28 +1.63
Labor Dan Byron 31,004 39.72 -1.63
Liberal National hold Swing +1.63

Moncrieff[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Moncrieff[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Steven Ciobo 46,832 61.85 +2.27
Labor Robert Hough 17,776 23.48 -6.71
Greens Sally Spain 8,756 11.56 +5.34
Family First James Tayler 2,351 3.11 +1.36
Total formal votes 75,715 93.82 -2.37
Informal votes 4,985 6.18 +2.37
Turnout 80,700 90.59 -3.98
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Steven Ciobo 51,103 67.49 +3.69
Labor Robert Hough 24,612 32.51 -3.69
Liberal National hold Swing +3.69

Moreton[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Moreton[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Malcolm Cole 35,182 43.40 +2.56
Labor Graham Perrett 29,190 36.01 -12.12
Greens Elissa Jenkins 12,882 15.89 +8.74
Family First Steve Christian 2,787 3.44 +1.97
Democratic Labor Lee Nightingale 1,018 1.26 +1.26
Total formal votes 81,059 95.15 -1.69
Informal votes 4,128 4.85 +1.69
Turnout 85,187 91.86 -3.16
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Graham Perrett 41,447 51.13 -4.88
Liberal National Malcolm Cole 39,612 48.87 +4.88
Labor hold Swing -4.88

Oxley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Oxley[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bernie Ripoll 31,985 44.71 -10.91
Liberal National Tarnya Smith 27,431 38.35 +2.97
Greens Des Hoban 8,436 11.79 +6.49
Family First Timothy Stieler 3,682 5.15 +3.18
Total formal votes 71,534 93.32 -2.62
Informal votes 5,123 6.68 +2.62
Turnout 76,657 92.60 -0.81
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bernie Ripoll 39,894 55.77 -5.57
Liberal National Tarnya Smith 31,640 44.23 +5.57
Labor hold Swing -5.57

Petrie[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Petrie[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Yvette D'Ath 32,677 42.79 -6.27
Liberal National Dean Teasdale 30,590 40.06 -2.76
Greens Peter Jeremijenko 6,949 9.10 +4.68
Family First Sally Vincent 3,829 5.01 +3.14
Liberal Democrats Gabriel Buckley 1,604 2.10 +1.79
Democratic Labor Lawrence Addison 715 0.94 +0.94
Total formal votes 76,364 94.72 -2.06
Informal votes 4,253 5.28 +2.06
Turnout 80,617 93.00 -1.10
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Yvette D'Ath 40,097 52.51 -1.70
Liberal National Dean Teasdale 36,267 47.49 +1.70
Labor hold Swing -1.70

Rankin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Rankin[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Craig Emerson 36,090 45.15 -10.98
Liberal National Luke Smith 29,652 37.10 +2.63
Greens Neil Cotter 8,956 11.20 +6.61
Family First Alexandra Todd 5,231 6.54 +3.44
Total formal votes 79,929 92.51 -3.06
Informal votes 6,475 7.49 +3.06
Turnout 86,404 91.33 -2.38
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Craig Emerson 44,289 55.41 -6.26
Liberal National Luke Smith 35,640 44.59 +6.26
Labor hold Swing -6.26

Ryan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Ryan[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Jane Prentice 40,713 45.73 -1.16
Labor Steve Miles 22,274 25.02 -13.54
Greens Sandra Bayley 16,884 18.96 +9.08
Independent Michael Johnson 7,563 8.49 +8.49
Family First Allan Vincent 1,600 1.80 +0.27
Total formal votes 89,034 97.13 -0.72
Informal votes 2,631 2.87 +0.72
Turnout 91,665 93.32 -2.43
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Jane Prentice 50,896 57.16 +5.95
Labor Steven Miles 38,138 42.84 -5.95
Liberal National hold Swing +5.95

Wide Bay[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Wide Bay[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Warren Truss 47,977 58.86 +10.25
Labor Nikolee Ansell 19,645 24.10 -6.87
Greens Jim McDonald 8,967 11.00 +2.96
Family First Ken Herschell 3,049 3.74 +0.29
One Nation Santo Ferraro 1,875 2.30 +1.09
Total formal votes 81,513 94.75 -1.25
Informal votes 4,519 5.25 +1.25
Turnout 86,032 92.87 -1.66
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Warren Truss 53,484 65.61 +7.22
Labor Nikolee Ansell 28,029 34.39 -7.22
Liberal National hold Swing +7.22

Wright[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Wright[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Scott Buchholz 40,031 53.09 +1.47
Labor Andrew Ramsay 20,946 27.78 -10.74
Greens Anna Bridle 9,010 11.95 +6.99
Family First Jeremy Fredericks 2,923 3.88 +1.78
Independent Ken Degen 2,497 3.31 +3.31
Total formal votes 75,407 94.37 -1.85
Informal votes 4,497 5.63 +1.85
Turnout 79,904 93.67 +0.09
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Scott Buchholz 45,358 60.15 +6.36
Labor Andrew Ramsay 30,049 39.85 -6.36
Liberal National hold Swing +6.36

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