Results of the Australian federal election, 2010 (Victoria)

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Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 1,361,416 42.81 –1.88 22 +1
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,159,301 36.45 –1.64 12 –2
  National Party of Australia 101,419 3.19 +0.17 2 0
  Australian Greens 402,482 12.66 +4.49 1 +1
  Family First Party 99,747 3.14 +0.12 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 7,839 0.25 +0.15 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 6,023 0.19 +0.19 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 5,239 0.16 +0.16 0 0
  Australian Democrats 3,947 0.12 −1.10 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 2,225 0.07 +0.00 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 1,656 0.05 +0.03 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 922 0.03 −0.24 0 0
  Christian Democratic Party 632 0.02 −0.02 0 0
  Australia First Party 295 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Independents 26,525 0.83 −0.17 0 0
  Non Affiliated 516 0.02 +0.00 0 0
  Total 3,180,184     37 0
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 1,758,982 55.31 +1.04 22 +1
  Liberal/National Coalition 1,421,202 44.69 –1.04 14 –2

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

Electoral divisions: Victoria
Electoral divisions: Melbourne area

Results by division[edit]

Aston[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Aston[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Alan Tudge 39,733 46.85 -3.86
Labor Rupert Evans 32,725 38.58 -0.26
Greens Salore Craig 8,206 9.67 +4.44
Family First Rachel Hanna 4,153 4.90 +1.43
Total formal votes 84,817 95.65 -1.41
Informal votes 3,854 4.35 +1.41
Turnout 88,671 94.89 -1.50
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Alan Tudge 43,901 51.76 -3.29
Labor Rupert Evans 40,916 48.24 +3.29
Liberal hold Swing -3.29

Ballarat[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Ballarat[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Catherine King 46,289 51.75 +1.42
Liberal Mark Banwell 30,364 33.95 -4.09
Greens Belinda Coates 10,140 11.34 +3.36
Family First Jim Rainey 2,646 2.96 -0.69
Total formal votes 89,439 96.28 -1.31
Informal votes 3,456 3.72 +1.31
Turnout 92,895 94.98 -1.11
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Catherine King 55,188 61.70 +3.55
Liberal Mark Banwell 34,251 38.30 -3.55
Labor hold Swing +3.55

Batman[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Batman[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Martin Ferguson 40,574 52.38 -4.80
Greens Alexandra Bhathal 18,189 23.48 +6.31
Liberal George Souris 15,412 19.90 -0.74
Family First Andrew Conlon 2,465 3.18 +0.56
Democrats Con Sarazen 823 1.06 -0.97
Total formal votes 77,463 94.85 -1.33
Informal votes 4,202 5.15 +1.33
Turnout 81,665 91.59 -2.61
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Martin Ferguson 44,819 57.86 -18.09
Greens Alexandra Bhathal 32,644 42.14 +42.14
Labor hold Swing -18.09

Bendigo[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Bendigo[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Steve Gibbons 43,965 47.65 +0.51
Liberal Craig Hunter 33,067 35.84 -2.58
Greens Kymberlie Dimozantos 11,341 12.29 +5.04
Family First Alan Howard 3,892 4.22 +0.67
Total formal votes 92,265 96.26 -0.20
Informal votes 3,588 3.74 +0.20
Turnout 95,853 95.19 -0.84
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Steve Gibbons 54,928 59.53 +3.40
Liberal Craig Hunter 37,337 40.47 -3.40
Labor hold Swing +3.40

Bruce[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Bruce[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Alan Griffin 37,794 49.24 -2.61
Liberal Mike Kabos 28,580 37.24 -0.33
Greens Stefan Zibell 7,222 9.41 +4.32
Family First Felicity Hemmersbach 3,151 4.11 +1.26
Total formal votes 76,747 94.79 -1.50
Informal votes 4,220 5.21 +1.50
Turnout 80,967 91.83 -2.75
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Alan Griffin 44,603 58.12 -0.20
Liberal Mike Kabos 32,144 41.88 +0.20
Labor hold Swing -0.20

Calwell[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Calwell[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Maria Vamvakinou 49,580 56.63 -3.59
Liberal Wayne Tseng 22,556 25.76 -0.79
Greens Lenka Thompson 10,386 11.86 +7.50
Family First Jeff Truscott 3,851 4.40 +0.06
Socialist Equality Peter Byrne 1,181 1.35 +1.03
Total formal votes 87,554 93.47 -1.68
Informal votes 6,114 6.53 +1.68
Turnout 93,668 92.45 -2.39
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Maria Vamvakinou 61,045 69.72 +0.39
Liberal Wayne Tseng 26,509 30.28 -0.39
Labor hold Swing +0.39

Casey[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Casey[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tony Smith 40,588 48.38 -1.77
Labor Sami Hisheh 29,565 35.24 -0.61
Greens Brendan Powell 9,661 11.52 +4.20
Family First Daniel Harrison 4,083 4.87 +0.68
Total formal votes 83,897 95.78 -1.44
Informal votes 3,695 4.22 +1.44
Turnout 87,592 94.84 -1.38
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Smith 45,458 54.18 -1.75
Labor Sami Hisheh 38,439 45.82 +1.75
Liberal hold Swing -1.75

Chisholm[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Chisholm[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Anna Burke 34,492 44.53 -3.59
Liberal John Nguyen 31,093 40.15 +0.70
Greens Josh Fergeus 9,196 11.87 +3.40
Family First Phil Goodman 2,107 2.72 +0.27
Secular Nimrod Evans 562 0.73 +0.73
Total formal votes 77,450 96.41 -0.98
Informal votes 2,880 3.59 +0.98
Turnout 80,330 93.11 -2.16
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anna Burke 43,459 56.11 -1.27
Liberal John Nguyen 33,991 43.89 +1.27
Labor hold Swing -1.27

Corangamite[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Corangamite [11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sarah Henderson 42,155 44.99 +0.29
Labor Darren Cheeseman 37,043 39.53 -2.38
Greens Mike Lawrence 10,713 11.43 +3.46
Family First Ann Wojczuk 1,850 1.97 -1.59
Independent Sally-Anne Brown 1,418 1.51 +1.51
Liberal Democrats Nathan Timmins 169 0.55 +0.36
Total formal votes 93,699 96.78 -0.69
Informal votes 3,117 3.22 +0.69
Turnout 96,816 95.32 -1.15
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Darren Cheeseman 47,235 50.41 -0.44
Liberal Sarah Henderson 46,464 49.59 +0.44
Labor hold Swing -0.44

Corio[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Corio[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Richard Marles 42,578 51.51 +6.02
Liberal Don Gibson 25,729 31.13 +1.52
Greens Gavin Brown 10,355 12.53 +6.62
Family First Scott Amberley 3,028 3.66 -0.30
Socialist Alliance Sue Bull 971 1.17 +0.77
Total formal votes 82,661 95.49 -0.78
Informal votes 3,905 4.51 +0.78
Turnout 86,566 94.12 -1.30
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Richard Marles 53,083 64.22 +5.29
Liberal Don Gibson 29,578 35.78 -5.29
Labor hold Swing +5.29

Deakin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Deakin[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Phil Barresi 33,553 41.94 -2.41
Labor Mike Symon 31,941 39.93 -1.93
Greens David Howell 10,338 12.92 +4.44
Family First Peter Lake 2,532 3.17 +0.02
Independent Abraham Seviloglou 836 1.05 +1.05
Liberal Democrats Benjamin Walsh 505 0.63 -0.08
Australia First Alex Norwick 295 0.37 +0.37
Total formal votes 80,000 96.42 -1.49
Informal votes 2,967 3.58 +1.49
Turnout 82,967 94.56 -1.33
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Mike Symon 41,927 52.41 +1.00
Liberal Phil Barresi 38,073 47.59 -1.00
Labor hold Swing +1.00

Dunkley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Dunkley[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Bruce Billson 40,602 47.32 -2.47
Labor Helen Constas 32,889 38.33 +0.07
Greens Simon Tiller 10,033 11.69 +3.94
Family First Yasmin de Zilwa 2,276 2.65 +0.06
Total formal votes 85,800 96.08 -1.30
Informal votes 3,498 3.92 +1.30
Turnout 89,298 93.68 -1.55
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Bruce Billson 43,777 51.02 -3.02
Labor Helen Constas 42,023 48.98 +3.02
Liberal hold Swing -3.02

Flinders[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Flinders[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Greg Hunt 49,146 54.30 -0.17
Labor Francis Gagliano-Ventura 28,747 31.76 -2.12
Greens Robert Brown 10,410 11.50 +3.02
Family First Reade Smith 2,198 2.43 +0.19
Total formal votes 90,501 95.87 -1.35
Informal votes 3,895 4.13 +1.35
Turnout 94,396 93.58 -1.85
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Greg Hunt 53,499 59.11 +0.86
Labor Francis Gagliano-Ventura 37,002 40.89 -0.86
Liberal hold Swing +0.86

Gellibrand[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Gellibrand[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Nicola Roxon 48,971 58.81 -1.41
Liberal David McConnell 19,070 22.90 +0.06
Greens Rodney Solin 12,779 15.35 +5.97
Family First Liz Mumby 1,440 1.73 -0.29
Socialist Alliance Ben Courtice 528 0.63 -0.96
Socialist Equality Tania Baptist 475 0.57 +0.57
Total formal votes 83,263 95.00 -0.78
Informal votes 4,378 5.00 +0.78
Turnout 87,641 91.66 -2.50
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Nicola Roxon 61,531 73.90 +2.44
Liberal David McConnell 21,732 26.10 -2.44
Labor hold Swing +2.44

Gippsland[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Gippsland[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Darren Chester 47,020 53.00 +4.63
Labor Darren McCubbin 28,008 31.57 -4.98
Greens Michael Bond 5,826 6.57 +1.03
Liberal Democrats Ben Buckley 4,895 5.52 +5.52
Family First Heath Jefferis 2,963 3.34 -0.97
Total formal votes 88,712 96.21 -0.81
Informal votes 3,496 3.79 +0.81
Total votes 92,208 94.53% -1.14
Two-party-preferred result
National Darren Chester 54,513 61.45 +5.54
Labor Darren McCubbin 34,199 38.55 -5.54
National hold Swing +5.54

Goldstein[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Goldstein[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Andrew Robb 44,436 52.55 -0.37
Labor Nick Eden 25,227 29.83 -3.86
Greens Neil Pilling 13,708 16.21 +5.84
Family First Anthony Forster 1,187 1.40 +0.26
Total formal votes 84,558 96.87 -0.71
Informal votes 2,735 3.13 +0.71
Turnout 87,293 92.92 -2.04
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Andrew Robb 47,747 56.47 +0.42
Labor Nick Eden 36,811 43.53 -0.42
Liberal hold Swing +0.42

Gorton[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Gorton[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Brendan O'Connor 58,767 59.98 -1.95
Liberal Damon Ryder 23,116 23.59 -0.73
Greens Steve Wilson 9,949 10.15 +4.06
Family First Sean Major 6,153 6.28 +2.33
Total formal votes 97,985 93.29 -2.27
Informal votes 7,048 6.71 +2.27
Turnout 105,033 92.41 -2.51
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan O'Connor 70,705 72.16 +0.94
Liberal Damon Ryder 27,280 27.84 -0.94
Labor hold Swing +0.94

Higgins[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Higgins[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kelly O'Dwyer 42,086 51.74 -1.87
Labor Tony Clark 22,700 27.91 -3.17
Greens Samuel Hibbins 14,559 17.90 +7.15
Independent David Fawcett 1,225 1.51 +1.51
Family First Ashley Truter 777 0.96 +0.19
Total formal votes 81,347 97.20 -0.23
Informal votes 2,343 2.80 +0.23
Turnout 83,690 92.58 -1.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kelly O'Dwyer 46,167 56.75 -0.29
Labor Tony Clark 35,180 43.25 +0.29
Liberal hold Swing -0.29

Holt[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Holt[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Anthony Byrne 51,998 54.42 -1.23
Liberal Ricardo Balancy 29,254 30.62 -3.60
Greens Frank di Mascolo 8,745 9.15 +5.03
Family First Ian George 4,772 4.99 +0.60
Secular Mark Hitchins 776 0.81 +0.81
Total formal votes 95,545 94.31 -2.13
Informal votes 5,764 5.69 +2.13
Turnout 101,309 93.04 -2.39
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anthony Byrne 60,412 63.23 +1.60
Liberal Ricardo Balancy 35,133 36.77 -1.60
Labor hold Swing +1.60

Hotham[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Hotham[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Simon Crean 42,920 54.08 -1.07
Liberal Fazal Cader 26,110 32.90 -0.85
Greens Geoff Payne 8,086 10.19 +3.34
Family First Gary Ong 1,688 2.13 +0.09
Secular Trent Reardon 556 0.70 +0.70
Total formal votes 79,360 95.56 -1.14
Informal votes 3,684 4.44 +1.14
Turnout 83,044 92.70 -2.09
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Simon Crean 50,394 63.50 +0.50
Liberal Fazal Cader 28,966 36.50 -0.50
Labor hold Swing +0.50

Indi[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Indi[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sophie Mirabella 44,555 52.62 -1.76
Labor Zuvele Leschen 23,034 27.20 -4.92
Greens Jenny O'Connor 8,000 9.45 +1.87
Independent Alan Lappin 4,945 5.84 +5.84
Family First Robert Cavedon 3,190 3.77 -0.05
Democrats Mark Carey 947 1.12 -0.57
Total formal votes 84,671 96.09 -1.23
Informal votes 3,449 3.91 +1.23
Turnout 88,120 94.80 -1.00
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Sophie Mirabella 50,755 59.94 +0.75
Labor Zuvele Leschen 33,916 40.06 -0.75
Liberal hold Swing +0.75

Isaacs[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Isaacs[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Mark Dreyfus 45,131 49.42 +0.67
Liberal Dale McClelland 31,472 34.47 -4.00
Greens Chris Carman 9,980 10.93 +4.69
Family First Heather Wheatley 3,377 3.70 +1.15
Independent Gordon Ford 1,355 1.48 +0.22
Total formal votes 91,315 95.29 -1.40
Informal votes 4,516 4.71 +1.40
Turnout 95,831 93.23 -1.95
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Mark Dreyfus 55,721 61.02 +3.33
Liberal Dale McClelland 35,594 38.98 -3.33
Labor hold Swing +3.33

Jagajaga[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Jagajaga[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jenny Macklin 40,682 47.34 -0.82
Liberal Joh Bauch 29,745 34.61 -2.94
Greens Chris Kearney 12,847 14.95 +4.70
Family First Joe Sgarlata 2,109 2.45 +0.09
Secular Peter Harris 560 0.65 +0.65
Total formal votes 85,943 96.03 -1.52
Informal votes 3,556 3.97 +1.52
Turnout 89,499 94.01 -1.71
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jenny Macklin 52,868 61.52 +2.54
Liberal Joh Bauch 33,075 38.48 -2.54
Labor hold Swing +2.54

Kooyong[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Kooyong[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 42,728 52.56 -2.58
Labor Steve Hurd 22,268 27.39 -2.64
Greens Des Benson 15,019 18.48 +6.66
Family First John Laidler 1,272 1.56 +0.02
Total formal votes 81,287 97.22 -0.68
Informal votes 2,326 2.78 +0.68
Turnout 83,613 93.26 -1.54
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 46,779 57.55 -1.98
Labor Steve Hurd 34,508 42.45 +1.98
Liberal hold Swing -1.98

Lalor[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Lalor[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Julia Gillard 66,298 64.25 +4.36
Liberal Sheridan Ingram 23,791 23.06 -6.71
Greens Peter Taylor 7,045 6.83 +2.81
Family First Lori McLean 2,880 2.79 -1.61
Secular Paul Sheehan 881 0.85 +0.85
Independent Joanne Clarke 708 0.69 +0.69
Independent Brian Shaw 659 0.64 +0.64
Van Rudd 516 0.50 +0.50
Independent Marc Aussie-Stone 410 0.40 +0.40
Total formal votes 103,188 93.76 -2.75
Informal votes 6,864 6.24 +2.75
Turnout 110,052 94.04 -1.38
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Julia Gillard 74,452 72.15 +6.62
Liberal Sheridan Ingram 28,736 27.85 -6.62
Labor hold Swing +6.62

La Trobe[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: La Trobe[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jason Wood 39,053 43.88 -2.60
Labor Laura Smyth 33,970 38.17 -2.22
Greens Jim Reiher 10,931 12.28 +3.44
Sex Party Martin Leahy 2,539 2.85 +2.85
Family First David Barrow 1,917 2.15 -0.69
Liberal Democrats Shem Bennett 587 0.66 +0.56
Total formal votes 88,997 95.93 -0.79
Informal votes 3,773 4.07 +0.79
Turnout 92,770 94.70 -1.14
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Laura Smyth 45,308 50.91 +1.42
Liberal Jason Wood 43,689 49.09 -1.42
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +1.42

Mallee[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Mallee[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National John Forrest 54,399 66.79 +2.85
Labor Bob Scates 16,198 19.89 -1.96
Greens Helen Healy 6,400 7.86 +3.69
Family First Carl Carter 4,456 5.47 -1.06
Total formal votes 81,453 95.77 -0.64
Informal votes 3,594 4.23 +0.64
Turnout 85,047 94.66 -1.23
Two-party-preferred result
National John Forrest 60,611 74.41 +3.14
Labor Bob Scates 20,842 25.59 -3.14
National hold Swing +3.14

Maribyrnong[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Maribyrnong[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Shorten 42,404 55.38 -2.19
Liberal Conrad D'Souza 22,262 29.07 -0.95
Greens Tim Long 9,077 11.85 +5.03
Family First Colin Moyle 1,988 2.60 +0.02
Democrats Robert Livesay 841 1.10 -0.47
Total formal votes 76,572 94.32 -1.70
Informal votes 4,607 5.68 +1.70
Turnout 81,179 91.82 -2.33
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bill Shorten 51,193 66.86 +1.54
Liberal Conrad D'Souza 25,379 33.14 -1.54
Labor hold Swing +1.54

McEwen[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: McEwen[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Rob Mitchell 45,374 43.17 +2.97
Liberal Cameron Caine 42,054 40.01 -5.76
Greens Steve Meacher 12,440 11.84 +3.16
Family First Belinda Clarkson 3,358 3.19 +0.70
Liberal Democrats Mark Bini 1,332 1.27 +0.44
Secular Robert Gordon 549 0.52 +0.52
Total formal votes 105,107 95.60 -0.44
Informal votes 4,843 4.40 +0.44
Turnout 109,950 94.96 -1.28
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Rob Mitchell 58,144 55.32 +5.34
Liberal Cameron Caine 46,963 44.68 -5.34
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +5.34

McMillan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: McMillan[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Russell Broadbent 41,870 49.28 -0.65
Labor Christine Maxfield 30,212 35.56 -2.58
Greens Malcolm McKelvie 8,258 9.72 +3.72
Family First Linden Stokes 2,776 3.27 +0.33
Independent Leigh Gatt 1,844 2.17 +2.17
Total formal votes 84,960 96.03 -0.54
Informal votes 3,511 3.97 +0.54
Turnout 88,471 94.80 -1.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Russell Broadbent 46,229 54.41 -0.38
Labor Christine Maxfield 38,731 45.59 +0.38
Liberal hold Swing -0.38

Melbourne[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Melbourne[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Cath Bowtell 34,022 38.09 -11.42
Greens Adam Bandt 32,308 36.17 +13.37
Liberal Simon Olsen 18,760 21.00 -2.49
Sex Party Joel Murray 1,633 1.83 +1.83
Family First Georgia Pearson 1,389 1.55 +0.55
Secular Penelope Green 613 0.69 +0.69
Democrats David Collyer 602 0.67 -0.76
Total formal votes 89,327 96.38 -0.82
Informal votes 3,356 3.62 +0.82
Turnout 92,683 90.09 -1.41
Two-party-preferred result
Greens Adam Bandt 50,059 56.04 +10.75
Labor Cath Bowtell 39,268 43.96 -10.75
Greens gain from Labor Swing +10.75

Melbourne Ports[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Melbourne Ports[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Michael Danby 32,391 38.19 -4.28
Liberal Kevin Ekendahl 32,057 37.79 -1.89
Greens Sue Plowright 17,528 20.66 +5.63
Sex Party Christian Vega 1,851 2.18 +2.18
Family First Daniel Emmerson 632 0.75 -0.10
Secular Gregory Storer 362 0.43 +0.43
Total formal votes 84,821 96.75 -1.09
Informal votes 2,848 3.25 +1.09
Turnout 87,669 89.67 -2.05
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Michael Danby 48,819 57.56 +0.41
Liberal Kevin Ekendahl 36,002 42.44 -0.41
Labor hold Swing +0.41

Menzies[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Menzies[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin Andrews 43,932 53.63 +2.03
Labor Joy Banerji 26,287 32.09 -2.69
Greens Chris Padgham 8,802 10.75 +4.46
Family First Ken Smithies 2,892 3.53 +1.11
Total formal votes 81,913 95.91 -1.33
Informal votes 3,497 4.09 +1.33
Turnout 85,410 93.89 -2.26
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kevin Andrews 48,102 58.72 +2.70
Labor Joy Banerji 33,811 41.28 -2.70
Liberal hold Swing +2.70

Murray[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Murray[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sharman Stone 52,337 64.98 +2.91
Labor Hugh Mortensen 18,842 23.39 -0.72
Greens Ian Christoe 4,906 6.09 +3.14
Family First Serena Moore 2,958 3.67 +0.35
Christian Democrats Ewan McDonald 632 0.78 +0.78
CEC Jeff Davy 493 0.61 +0.36
Secular William Clarke-Hannaford 380 0.47 +0.47
Total formal votes 80,548 94.17 -0.59
Informal votes 4,986 5.83 +0.59
Turnout 85,534 94.81 -0.91
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Sharman Stone 56,666 70.35 +2.09
Labor Hugh Mortensen 23,882 29.65 -2.09
Liberal hold Swing +2.09

Scullin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Scullin[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Harry Jenkins 49,310 62.12 -1.20
Liberal Max Williams 19,142 24.11 -0.28
Greens Gurm Sekhon 6,702 8.44 +2.41
Family First Ian Stratov 4,226 5.32 +0.59
Total formal votes 79,380 94.01 -1.93
Informal votes 5,055 5.99 +1.93
Turnout 84,435 92.97 -2.73
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Harry Jenkins 57,355 72.25 +1.40
Liberal Max Williams 22,025 27.75 -1.40
Labor hold Swing +1.40

Wannon[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Wannon[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Dan Tehan 38,813 46.62 -5.94
Labor Judith McNamara 24,502 29.43 -6.74
Greens Lisa Owen 5,016 6.03 -0.95
Independent James Purcell 4,652 5.59 +5.59
Independent Katrina Rainsford 4,066 4.88 +4.88
Independent Ralph Leutton 2,582 3.10 +3.10
Family First Jahzeel Concepcion 1,795 2.16 -2.13
Independent Allan Marsh 1,080 1.30 +1.30
Independent Robert O'Brien 745 0.89 +0.89
Total formal votes 83,251 94.68 -2.73
Informal votes 4,676 5.32 +2.73
Turnout 87,927 95.30 -1.10
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dan Tehan 47,697 57.29 -0.18
Labor Judith McNamara 35,554 42.71 +0.18
Liberal hold Swing -0.18

Wills[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Wills[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kelvin Thomson 43,718 51.81 -5.08
Liberal Claude Tomisich 20,080 23.79 -0.76
Greens Mark Riley 17,381 20.60 +6.78
Family First Daniel Mumby 1,320 1.56 +0.13
Democrats Paul Roberton 734 0.87 -1.46
Socialist Alliance Trent Hawkins 726 0.86 +0.14
CEC Craig Isherwood 429 0.51 +0.25
Total formal votes 84,388 93.98 -1.69
Informal votes 5,403 6.02 +1.69
Turnout 89,791 91.07 -2.60
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kelvin Thomson 61,297 72.64 +0.24
Liberal Claude Tomisich 23,091 27.36 -0.24
Labor hold Swing +0.24

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