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

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Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal Party of Australia 566,145 47.02 +0.71 11 0
  Australian Labor Party 375,381 31.18 –5.62 3 –1
  Australian Greens 158,117 13.13 +4.20 0 0
  National Party (WA) 43,101 3.58 +2.44 1 +1
  Christian Democratic Party 27,833 2.31 +0.20 0 0
  Family First Party 20,698 1.72 +0.51 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 2,060 0.17 +0.17 0 0
  One Nation 1,471 0.12 −1.03 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 1,280 0.11 +0.01 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 1,277 0.11 −0.15 0 0
  Democratic Labor Party 622 0.05 +0.05 0 0
  The Climate Sceptics 539 0.04 +0.04 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 398 0.03 +0.02 0 0
  Independents 5,079 0.42 –1.27 0 0
  Total 1,204,001     15
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal Party of Australia 679,140 56.41 +3.15 11 0
  Australian Labor Party 524,861 43.59 –3.15 3 –1

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

Electoral divisions: Western Australia

Results by division[edit]

Brand[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Brand[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Gary Gray 31,832 40.80 -5.53
Liberal Donna Gordin 30,731 39.38 +1.28
Greens Dawn Jecks 11,504 14.74 +5.88
Family First Andrew Newhouse 2,190 2.81 +1.03
Christian Democrats Robert Burdett 1,771 2.27 -0.30
Total formal votes 78,028 94.77 -1.36
Informal votes 4,304 5.23 +1.36
Turnout 82,332 93.34 +0.07
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Gary Gray 41,610 53.33 -2.65
Liberal Donna Gordin 36,418 46.67 +2.65
Labor hold Swing -2.65

Canning[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Canning[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Don Randall 36,999 46.18 -2.23
Labor Alannah MacTiernan 32,330 40.35 +2.62
Greens Denise Hardie 6,645 8.29 +0.54
Christian Democrats Jamie van Burgel 2,470 3.08 +0.28
Family First Darren Vernede 1,231 1.54 +0.28
CEC Ian Tuffnell 446 0.56 +0.24
Total formal votes 80,121 95.48 -1.07
Informal votes 3,795 4.52 +1.07
Turnout 83,916 93.13 +0.01
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Don Randall 41,818 52.19 -2.16
Labor Alannah MacTiernan 38,303 47.81 +2.16
Liberal hold Swing -2.16

Cowan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Cowan[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Luke Simpkins 40,077 50.06 +4.75
Labor Chas Hopkins 25,975 32.45 -9.91
Greens Rob Phillips 10,033 12.53 +6.83
Christian Democrats David Kingston 2,081 2.60 +0.70
Family First Alan Leach 1,888 2.36 +0.64
Total formal votes 80,054 94.88 -0.96
Informal votes 4,320 5.12 +0.96
Turnout 84,374 94.22 -0.37
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Luke Simpkins 45,062 56.29 +5.01
Labor Chas Hopkins 34,992 43.71 -5.01
Liberal hold Swing +5.01

Curtin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Curtin[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Julie Bishop 50,024 61.13 +2.17
Labor Sophie van der Merwe 15,771 19.27 -5.71
Greens George Crisp 14,498 17.72 +4.49
Christian Democrats Pat Seymour 1,534 1.87 +0.61
Total formal votes 81,827 97.07 -0.97
Informal votes 2,471 2.93 +0.97
Turnout 84,298 93.25 -0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Julie Bishop 54,158 66.19 +2.93
Labor Sophie van der Merwe 27,669 33.81 -2.93
Liberal hold Swing +2.93

Durack[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Durack[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Barry Haase 32,446 45.07 -1.00
Labor Shane Hill 17,299 24.03 -8.80
National Lynne Craigie 12,742 17.70 +9.67
Greens Julie Matheson 6,661 9.25 +3.32
Family First Jane Foreman 1,729 2.40 +1.09
Christian Democrats Mac Forsyth 1,121 1.56 -0.32
Total formal votes 71,998 95.14 -0.44
Informal votes 3,678 4.86 +0.44
Turnout 75,676 88.22 +1.06
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Barry Haase 45,843 63.67 +6.02
Labor Shane Hill 26,155 36.33 -6.02
Liberal hold Swing +6.02

Forrest[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Forrest[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Nola Marino 39,460 48.96 +3.81
Labor Jackie Jarvis 22,724 28.19 -2.43
Greens Luke Petersen 10,863 13.48 +5.07
National John Hill 4,822 5.98 +5.98
Family First Bev Custers 1,573 1.95 +0.57
Christian Democrats Lee Herridge 1,158 1.44 -0.45
Total formal votes 80,600 95.45 -1.27
Informal votes 3,844 4.55 +1.27
Turnout 84,444 94.21 -0.29
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Nola Marino 47,343 58.74 +3.26
Labor Jackie Jarvis 33,257 41.26 -3.26
Liberal hold Swing +3.26

Fremantle[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Fremantle[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Melissa Parke 32,063 38.94 -6.24
Liberal Matt Taylor 31,755 38.57 +3.48
Greens Kate Davis 14,531 17.65 +3.07
Family First Larry Parsons 1,409 1.71 +0.28
Christian Democrats Scott Robertson 1,294 1.57 -0.15
Socialist Alliance Sanna Andrew 662 0.80 +0.35
Democratic Labor Keith McEncroe 622 0.76 +0.76
Total formal votes 82,336 94.57 -1.18
Informal votes 4,724 5.43 +1.18
Turnout 87,060 93.27 -0.51
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Melissa Parke 45,858 55.70 -3.44
Liberal Matt Taylor 36,478 44.30 +3.44
Labor hold Swing -3.44

Hasluck[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Hasluck[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ken Wyatt 34,638 41.99 -1.38
Labor Sharryn Jackson 30,957 37.53 -3.82
Greens Glenice Smith 10,539 12.78 +4.47
Christian Democrats Linda Brewer 2,505 3.04 +0.04
Family First Jim McCourt 1,861 2.26 +1.03
Independent Dot Henry 1,457 1.77 +1.77
Climate Sceptics Andrew Middleton 539 0.65 +0.65
Total formal votes 82,496 94.36 -1.31
Informal votes 4,927 5.64 +1.31
Turnout 87,423 93.11 -0.56
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ken Wyatt 41,722 50.57 +1.42
Labor Sharryn Jackson 40,774 49.43 -1.42
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +1.42

Moore[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Moore[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Mal Washer 44,518 54.16 +0.12
Labor Jeremy Brown 21,678 26.37 -6.64
Greens Sheridan Young 11,159 13.57 +5.45
Christian Democrats Meg Birch 1,804 2.19 +0.03
Family First Paul Barrett 1,573 1.91 +0.68
One Nation George Gault 1,471 1.79 +0.74
Total formal votes 82,203 95.65 -1.26
Informal votes 3,734 4.35 +1.26
Turnout 85,937 93.11 -0.65
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mal Washer 50,302 61.19 +2.26
Labor Jeremy Brown 31,901 38.81 -2.26
Liberal hold Swing +2.26

O'Connor[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: O'Connor[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Wilson Tuckey 31,294 38.36 -10.36
WA Nationals Tony Crook 23,538 28.85 +19.68
Labor Ian Bishop 13,962 17.11 -9.15
Greens Andy Huntley 7,232 8.86 +1.73
Christian Democrats Jacky Young 2,221 2.72 +0.09
Independent Geoffrey Stokes 1,298 1.59 +1.59
Family First Pat Scallan 1,164 1.43 +0.21
Independent Neil Smithson 500 0.61 +0.61
CEC Jean Robinson 375 0.46 +0.08
Total formal votes 81,584 94.63 -1.11
Informal votes 4,632 5.37 +1.11
Turnout 86,216 92.83 -0.22
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Wilson Tuckey 59,555 73.00 +10.24
Labor Ian Bishop 22,029 27.00 -10.24
Two-candidate-preferred result
WA Nationals Tony Crook 43,693 53.56 +53.56
Liberal Wilson Tuckey 37,891 46.44 -16.32
WA Nationals gain from Liberal Swing N/A

Pearce[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Pearce[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Judi Moylan 39,248 49.91 -0.52
Labor Bill Leadbetter 23,214 29.52 -3.63
Greens Toni Warden 10,414 13.24 +4.32
National Darren Moir 1,999 2.54 +2.54
Christian Democrats Janet Broadstock 1,691 2.15 +0.18
Family First Ian Rose 1,619 2.06 +0.60
CEC Chris Pepper 456 0.58 +0.28
Total formal votes 78,641 94.29 -1.72
Informal votes 4,762 5.71 +1.72
Turnout 83,403 93.16 -0.02
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Judi Moylan 46,292 58.86 +1.17
Labor Bill Leadbetter 32,349 41.14 -1.17
Liberal hold Swing +1.17

Perth[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Perth[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Stephen Smith 32,228 40.19 -6.12
Liberal Joe Ferrante 31,064 38.74 +1.84
Greens Jonathan Hallett 12,948 16.15 +5.82
Christian Democrats Paul Connelly 2,093 2.61 +0.62
Family First Nigel Irvine 1,243 1.55 +0.45
Socialist Alliance Alex Bainbridge 618 0.77 +0.22
Total formal votes 80,194 94.80 -0.61
Informal votes 4,400 5.20 +0.61
Turnout 84,594 92.05 -1.14
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Stephen Smith 44,815 55.88 -2.06
Liberal Joe Ferrante 35,379 44.12 +2.06
Labor hold Swing -2.06

Stirling[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Stirling[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Michael Keenan 40,228 49.91 +2.71
Labor Louise Durack 25,688 31.87 -8.54
Greens Chris Martin 10,399 12.90 +5.25
Independent Elizabeth Re 1,824 2.26 +2.26
Christian Democrats Jenny Whately 1,630 2.02 +0.26
Family First Peter Clifford 838 1.04 +0.39
Total formal votes 80,607 94.98 -0.11
Informal votes 4,259 5.02 +0.11
Turnout 84,866 92.52 -1.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Michael Keenan 44,775 55.55 +4.28
Labor Louise Durack 35,832 44.45 -4.28
Liberal hold Swing +4.28

Swan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Swan[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Steve Irons 36,951 46.51 +2.76
Labor Tim Hammond 28,023 35.28 -5.69
Greens Rebecca Leighton 9,380 11.81 +1.69
Sex Party Bret Treasure 2,060 2.59 +2.59
Christian Democrats Steve Klomp 1,646 2.07 +0.30
Family First Barry Drennan 981 1.23 +0.38
Socialist Equality Joe Lopez 398 0.50 +0.30
Total formal votes 79,439 95.10 -0.36
Informal votes 4,089 4.90 +0.36
Turnout 83,528 92.03 -0.97
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Steve Irons 41,729 52.53 +2.80
Labor Tim Hammond 37,710 47.47 -2.80
Liberal hold Swing +2.80

Tangney[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Tangney[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Dennis Jensen 46,712 55.69 +3.31
Labor David Doepel 21,637 25.80 -5.73
Greens Peter Best 11,311 13.49 +5.20
Christian Democrats Ka-ren Chew 2,814 3.36 +1.01
Family First Moyna Rapp 1,399 1.67 +0.53
Total formal votes 83,873 96.52 -0.83
Informal votes 3,028 3.48 +0.83
Turnout 86,901 94.28 -0.80
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dennis Jensen 52,266 62.32 +2.51
Labor David Doepel 31,607 37.68 -2.51
Liberal hold Swing +2.51

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