Results of the Australian federal election, 2010 (South Australia)

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Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 399,279 40.74 –2.44 6 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 394,003 40.21 –1.55 5 0
  Australian Greens 117,364 11.98 +5.03 0 0
  Family First Party 48,638 4.96 +0.91 0 0
  Australian Democrats 7,020 0.72 −0.79 0 0
  The Climate Sceptics 3,525 0.36 +0.36 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 2,833 0.29 +0.12 0 0
  One Nation 1,105 0.11 −0.06 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 786 0.08 +0.08 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 310 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Independents 5,086 0.52 –0.18 0 0
  Total 979,949     11
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 521,115 53.18 +0.78 6 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 458,834 46.82 –0.78 5 0

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

Electoral divisions: South Australia

Results by division[edit]

Adelaide[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Adelaide[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kate Ellis 38,162 43.89 -4.37
Liberal Luke Westley 32,673 37.57 -0.86
Greens Ruth Beach 11,901 13.69 +3.94
Family First Suzanne Neal 1,900 2.18 +0.15
Democrats Marie Nicholls 819 0.94 -0.59
Socialist Alliance Gemma Weedall 786 0.90 +0.90
Liberal Democrats Christopher Steele 716 0.82 +0.82
Total formal votes 86,957 95.19 -1.70
Informal votes 4,394 4.81 +1.70
Turnout 91,351 92.72 -1.87
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kate Ellis 50,164 57.69 -0.84
Liberal Luke Westley 36,793 42.31 +0.84
Labor hold Swing -0.84

Barker[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Barker[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Patrick Secker 51,810 54.96 +8.15
Labor Simone McDonnell 26,433 28.04 -2.03
Greens Sean Moffat 8,607 9.13 +4.06
Family First Trevor Honeychurch 5,829 6.18 +0.46
Climate Sceptics Steven Davies 1,591 1.69 +1.69
Total formal votes 94,270 94.54 -1.61
Informal votes 5,443 5.46 +1.61
Turnout 99,713 95.07 -0.90
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Patrick Secker 59,278 62.88 +3.43
Labor Simone McDonnell 34,992 37.12 -3.43
Liberal hold Swing +3.43

Boothby[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Boothby[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Andrew Southcott 38,248 44.81 -1.44
Labor Annabel Digance 30,515 35.75 +1.63
Greens Fiona Blinco 11,305 13.24 +3.02
Family First Meredith Resce 2,120 2.48 +0.04
Independent Ray McGhee 1,689 1.98 -2.93
Democrats Thomas Salerno 517 0.61 -0.93
Liberal Democrats Michael Noack 339 0.40 +0.23
Climate Sceptics Stephen Skillitzi 316 0.37 +0.37
Secular Avi Chapman 310 0.36 +0.36
Total formal votes 85,359 95.37 -1.76
Informal votes 4,148 4.63 +1.76
Turnout 89,507 91.43 -4.25
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Andrew Southcott 43,317 50.75 -2.18
Labor Annabel Digance 42,042 49.25 +2.18
Liberal hold Swing -2.18

Grey[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Grey[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Rowan Ramsey 49,361 55.78 +8.52
Labor Tauto Sansbury 27,514 31.09 -7.57
Greens Andrew Melville-Smith 6,876 7.77 +3.65
Family First Sylvia Holland 4,741 5.36 +0.86
Total formal votes 88,492 94.65 -1.10
Informal votes 4,997 5.35 +1.10
Turnout 93,489 93.66 -1.29
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Rowan Ramsey 54,119 61.16 +6.73
Labor Tauto Sansbury 34,373 38.84 -6.73
Liberal hold Swing +6.73

Hindmarsh[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Hindmarsh[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Steve Georganas 39,736 44.54 -2.67
Liberal Jassmine Wood 34,831 39.04 -1.04
Greens Matthew Fisher 10,773 12.07 +5.09
Family First Bob Randall 2,563 2.87 +0.75
Democrats Greg Croke 767 0.86 -1.14
Climate Sceptics Adrian Paech 554 0.62 +0.62
Total formal votes 89,224 94.83 -1.33
Informal votes 4,868 5.17 +1.33
Turnout 94,092 93.86 -1.51
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Steve Georganas 49,698 55.70 +0.65
Liberal Jassmine Wood 39,526 44.30 -0.65
Labor hold Swing +0.65

Kingston[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Kingston[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Amanda Rishworth 46,882 51.05 +4.40
Liberal Chris Zanker 26,652 29.02 -10.72
Greens Palitja Moore 11,264 12.27 +6.60
Family First Geoff Doecke 5,288 5.76 +0.05
Democrats Ron Baker 1,748 1.90 +0.95
Total formal votes 91,834 94.91 -1.36
Informal votes 4,925 5.09 +1.36
Turnout 96,759 94.59 -1.38
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Amanda Rishworth 58,695 63.91 +9.49
Liberal Chris Zanker 33,139 36.09 -9.49
Labor hold Swing +9.49

Makin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Makin[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tony Zappia 43,114 50.58 -0.87
Liberal Liz Davies 25,740 30.20 -8.07
Greens Jasemin Rose 8,604 10.09 +5.79
Family First Mark Potter 5,089 5.97 +2.42
Liberal Democrats Michael Gameau 1,081 1.27 +0.78
One Nation Anton Horvat 662 0.78 +0.20
Democrats Wayne Rich 534 0.63 -0.74
Climate Sceptics Robert Stewart 409 0.48 +0.48
Total formal votes 85,233 93.91 -2.02
Informal votes 5,532 6.09 +2.02
Turnout 90,765 94.29 -1.38
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tony Zappia 53,014 62.20 +4.50
Liberal Liz Davies 32,219 37.80 -4.50
Labor hold Swing +4.50

Mayo[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Mayo[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jamie Briggs 42,976 46.76 -4.32
Labor Sam Davis 22,997 25.02 -6.10
Greens Diane Atkinson 15,593 16.97 +6.01
Family First Bruce Hicks 5,337 5.81 +1.79
Independent Bill Spragg 2,404 2.62 +2.62
Independent Andrew Phillips 993 1.08 +1.08
Democrats Rebekkah Osmond 948 1.03 -0.49
Climate Sceptics John Michelmore 655 0.71 +0.71
Total formal votes 91,903 95.42 -1.82
Informal votes 4,414 4.58 +1.82
Turnout 96,317 94.83 -1.05
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jamie Briggs 52,702 57.35 +0.29
Labor Sam Davis 39,201 42.65 -0.29
Liberal hold Swing +0.29

Port Adelaide[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Port Adelaide[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Mark Butler 48,638 53.82 -4.42
Liberal Nigel McKenna 21,615 23.92 -1.29
Greens Kalyna Micenko 13,659 15.11 +6.35
Family First Bruce Hambour 6,467 7.16 +1.38
Total formal votes 90,379 92.82 -2.22
Informal votes 6,991 7.18 +2.22
Turnout 97,370 93.35 -1.52
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Mark Butler 63,295 70.03 +0.28
Liberal Nigel McKenna 27,084 29.97 -0.28
Labor hold Swing +0.28

Sturt[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Sturt[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christopher Pyne 42,418 48.05 +0.88
Labor Rick Sarre 31,989 36.23 -5.23
Greens Peter Fiebig 8,834 10.01 +3.60
Family First Dale Clegg 3,346 3.79 +0.37
Liberal Democrats Jess Clark 697 0.79 +0.43
Democrats Darren Andrews 558 0.63 -0.54
One Nation Jack King 443 0.50 +0.50
Total formal votes 88,285 94.62 -1.92
Informal votes 5,016 5.38 +1.92
Turnout 93,301 94.19 -1.39
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Christopher Pyne 47,172 53.43 +2.49
Labor Rick Sarre 41,113 46.57 -2.49
Liberal hold Swing +2.49

Wakefield[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Wakefield[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Nick Champion 43,299 49.20 +0.55
Liberal David Strauss 27,679 31.45 -7.24
Greens Jane Alcorn 9,948 11.30 +7.17
Family First Paul Coombe 5,958 6.77 +1.61
Democrats Darren Hassan 1,129 1.28 +0.11
Total formal votes 88,013 93.78 -1.56
Informal votes 5,837 6.22 +1.56
Turnout 93,850 93.65 -1.48
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Nick Champion 54,528 61.95 +5.36
Liberal David Strauss 33,485 38.05 -5.36
Labor hold Swing +5.36

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