Results of the Australian federal election, 2010 (Territories)

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Electoral divisions: Territories

This is a list of electoral divisions for the Australian 2010 federal election for the Australian Capital Territory[1] and the Northern Territory.[2]

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

House of Representatives (IRV) — Turnout 94.74% (CV) — Informal 4.66%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 100,700 45.02 –6.08 2 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 77,880 34.81 +1.58 0 0
  Australian Greens 42,942 19.20 +6.04 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 2,175 0.97 +0.97 0 0
  Total 223,697     2
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 137,948 61.67 –1.73 2 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 85,749 38.33 +1.73 0 0

Results by division[edit]

Canberra[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Canberra[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Gai Brodtmann 49,608 44.23 -6.87
Liberal Giulia Jones 41,732 37.21 +2.08
Greens Sue Ellerman 20,816 18.56 +5.61
Total formal votes 112,156 95.12 -2.62
Informal votes 5,755 4.88 +2.62
Turnout 117,911 94.92 -1.09
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Gai Brodtmann 66,335 59.15 -2.67
Liberal Giulia Jones 45,821 40.85 +2.67
Labor hold Swing -2.67

Fraser[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Fraser[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Andrew Leigh 51,092 45.81 -5.29
Liberal James Milligan 36,148 32.41 +1.18
Greens Indra Esguerra 22,126 19.84 +6.46
Secular Quintin Hedges-Phillips 2,175 1.95 +1.95
Total formal votes 111,541 95.57 -2.07
Informal votes 5,171 4.43 +2.07
Turnout 116,712 94.55 -1.12
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Andrew Leigh 71,613 64.20 -0.87
Liberal James Milligan 39,928 35.80 +0.87
Labor hold Swing -0.87

Northern Territory[edit]

House of Representatives (IRV) — Turnout 82.71% (CV) — Informal 6.19%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Country Liberal Party 38,335 40.83 –0.20 1 +1
  Australian Labor Party 35,589 37.91 –9.74 1 –1
  Australian Greens 12,175 12.97 +4.92 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 2,331 2.48 +2.23 0 0
  One Nation 1,505 1.60 +1.60 0 0
  Independents 3,948 4.21 +1.55 0 0
  Total 93,883     2
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 47,636 50.74 –4.67 1 –1
  Country Liberal Party 46,247 49.26 +4.67 1 +1

Results by division[edit]

Lingiari[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Lingiari[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Warren Snowdon 17,205 40.08 -13.91
Country Liberal Leo Abbott 14,708 34.26 -0.40
Greens Barbara Shaw 5,403 12.59 +5.67
Independent Deirdre Finter 2,038 4.75 +4.75
Independent Kenny Lechleitner 1,910 4.45 +4.45
CEC Peter Flynn 1,663 3.87 +3.87
Total formal votes 42,927 92.50 -2.65
Informal votes 3,482 7.50 +2.65
Turnout 46,409 75.92 -5.34
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Warren Snowdon 23,051 53.70 -7.46
Country Liberal Leo Abbott 19,876 46.30 +7.46
Labor hold Swing -7.46

Solomon[edit]

Australian federal election, 2010: Solomon[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Country Liberal Natasha Griggs 23,627 46.37 -0.43
Labor Damian Hale 18,384 36.08 -5.82
Greens Emma Young 6,772 13.29 +4.22
One Nation John Kearney 1,505 2.95 +2.95
CEC Trudy Campbell 668 1.31 +0.83
Total formal votes 50,956 94.94 -2.13
Informal votes 2,716 5.06 +2.13
Turnout 53,672 89.63 -2.43
Two-party-preferred result
Country Liberal Natasha Griggs 26,371 51.75 +1.94
Labor Damian Hale 24,585 48.25 -1.94
Country Liberal gain from Labor Swing +1.94

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