Results of the Australian federal election, 2013 (New South Wales)

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Australian federal election, 2013
(New South Wales)
Australia
2010 ←
7 September 2013
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All 48 New South Wales seats in the Australian House of Representatives
and 6 (of the 12) seats in the Australian Senate
  First party Second party
 
Party Liberal/National coalition Labor
Last election 20 seats 26 seats
Seats won 30 seats 18 seats
Seat change Increase10 Decrease8
Popular vote 2,257,654 1,896,175
Percentage 54.35% 45.65%
Swing Increase3.19% Decrease3.19%

This is a list of electoral division results for the Australian 2013 federal election in the state of New South Wales.[1]

Electoral divisions: New South Wales
Electoral divisions: Sydney area

Overall results[edit]

Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,551,436 37.35 +0.68 23 +7
  National Party of Australia 414,772 9.99 +2.06 7 +3
  Australian Labor Party 1,433,842 34.52 −2.76 18 –8
  Australian Greens 330,050 7.95 –2.29 0 0
  Palmer United Party 174,551 4.20 +4.20 0 0
  Christian Democratic Party 88,576 2.13 +0.77 0 0
  One Nation 19,517 0.47 –0.01 0 0
  Democratic Labour Party 16,909 0.41 +0.41 0 0
  Katter's Australian Party 16,534 0.40 +0.40 0 0
  Bullet Train for Australia 8,174 0.20 +0.20 0 0
  Australia First Party 6,084 0.15 +0.07 0 0
  Rise Up Australia Party 5,449 0.13 +0.13 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 4,057 0.10 +0.07 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 3,292 0.08 +0.00 0 0
  Australian Stable Population Party 2,245 0.05 +0.05 0 0
  Australian Independents 2,092 0.05 +0.05 0 0
  Non-Custodial Parents Party 1,332 0.03 –0.04 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 1,229 0.03 –0.06 0 0
  Future Party 693 0.02 +0.02 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 602 0.01 –0.08 0 0
  Australian Voice Party 545 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Independents 71,848 1.73 −2.58 0 −2
  Total 4,153,829     48
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition 2,257,654 54.35 +3.19 30 +10
  Australian Labor Party 1,896,175 45.65 –3.19 18 –8

Results by division[edit]

Banks[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Banks[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal David Coleman 39,899 47.01 +1.49
Labor Daryl Melham 34,835 41.04 −1.92
Greens Paul Spight 4,242 5.00 −4.61
Palmer United Jake Wellham 2,125 2.50 +2.50
Christian Democrats Mark Falanga 1,983 2.34 +2.34
Independent Sayed Khedr 768 0.90 +0.90
Katter's Australian Ross Richardson 553 0.65 +0.65
Democratic Labour Robert Haddad 470 0.55 +0.55
Total formal votes 84,875 90.05 −1.58
Informal votes 9,374 9.95 +1.58
Turnout 94,249 92.86 +0.16
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal David Coleman 43,990 51.83 +3.28
Labor Daryl Melham 40,885 48.17 −3.28
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +3.28

Barton[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Barton[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Nickolas Varvaris 33,881 42.35 +1.68
Labor Steve McMahon 32,345 40.43 −8.05
Greens Jackie Brooker 4,788 5.98 −4.87
Palmer United Edward Caruana 3,114 3.89 +3.89
Independent Michael Nagi 3,071 3.84 +3.84
Christian Democrats Kylie French 1,549 1.94 +1.94
One Nation Perry Theo 686 0.86 +0.86
Katter's Australian Rodney Wyse 567 0.71 +0.71
Total formal votes 80,001 87.96 −2.22
Informal votes 10,948 12.04 +2.22
Turnout 90,949 92.16 +0.54
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Nickolas Varvaris 40,245 50.31 +7.17
Labor Steve McMahon 39,756 49.69 −7.17
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +7.17

Bennelong[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Bennelong[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Alexander 46,907 52.99 +4.46
Labor Jason Yat-Sen Li 28,726 32.45 −4.67
Greens Lindsay Peters 7,454 8.42 +0.47
Christian Democrats Julie Worsley 2,135 2.41 +0.28
Palmer United Robert Marks 1,589 1.80 +1.80
Democratic Labour Lachlan McCaffrey 617 0.70 +0.70
Secular John August 602 0.68 +0.68
Australia First Victor Waterson 492 0.56 +0.56
Total formal votes 88,522 92.48 −0.15
Informal votes 7,200 7.52 +0.15
Turnout 95,722 93.35 −0.17
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal John Alexander 51,139 57.77 +4.65
Labor Jason Yat-Sen Li 37,383 42.23 −4.65
Liberal hold Swing +4.65

Berowra[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Berowra[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Philip Ruddock 53,236 61.44 +1.46
Labor Michael Stove 16,402 18.93 −3.12
Greens John Storey 8,684 10.02 −1.37
Independent Mick Gallagher 3,374 3.89 +1.03
Palmer United Paul Graves 2,324 2.68 +2.68
Christian Democrats Leighton Thew 2,135 2.46 −0.28
Stable Population Deborah Smythe 492 0.57 +0.57
Total formal votes 86,647 94.45 −0.96
Informal votes 5,096 5.55 +0.96
Turnout 91,743 94.56 +0.11
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Philip Ruddock 59,847 69.07 +2.87
Labor Michael Stove 26,800 30.93 −2.87
Liberal hold Swing +2.87

Blaxland[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Blaxland[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jason Clare 43,568 55.73 +4.75
Liberal Anthony Khouri 25,579 32.72 −0.58
Greens John Ky 2,416 3.09 −3.17
Palmer United Zali Burrows 2,119 2.71 +2.71
Katter's Australian Nafez Taleb 1,921 2.46 +2.46
Christian Democrats Juliat Nasr 1,757 2.25 +2.25
Democratic Labour Boutros Zalloua 817 1.05 +1.05
Total formal votes 78,177 86.33 +0.39
Informal votes 12,380 13.67 −0.39
Turnout 90,557 90.30 +0.21
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jason Clare 48,025 61.43 −0.80
Liberal Anthony Khouri 30,152 38.57 +0.80
Labor hold Swing −0.80

Bradfield[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Bradfield[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Paul Fletcher 57,506 64.84 +0.39
Labor Chris Haviland 14,720 16.60 −2.62
Greens Pippa McInnes 11,429 12.89 −3.45
Palmer United Blake Buchanan 2,366 2.67 +2.67
Christian Democrats John Archer 1,671 1.88 +1.88
Democratic Labour Paul Harrold 992 1.12 +1.12
Total formal votes 88,684 94.26 −1.64
Informal votes 5,401 5.74 +1.64
Turnout 94,085 93.62 +0.22
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Paul Fletcher 62,771 70.78 +2.60
Labor Chris Haviland 25,913 29.22 −2.60
Liberal hold Swing +2.60

Calare[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Calare[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National John Cobb 52,650 57.65 +5.24
Labor Jess Jennings 23,185 25.39 −3.66
Palmer United Brian Cain 4,356 4.77 +4.77
Greens David Mallard 4,054 4.44 −1.56
Independent Macgregor Ross 2,388 2.61 +0.57
Christian Democrats Ian Lyons 1,628 1.78 −0.41
Katter's Australian Billie Kirkland 1,293 1.42 +1.42
Australia First Peter Schultze 1,010 1.11 +1.11
Democratic Labour Anthony Craig 759 0.83 +0.83
Total formal votes 91,323 93.89 −1.18
Informal votes 5,942 6.11 +1.18
Turnout 97,265 95.32 −0.02
Two-party-preferred result
National John Cobb 60,248 65.97 +5.23
Labor Jess Jennings 31,075 34.03 −5.23
National hold Swing +5.23

Charlton[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Charlton[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Pat Conroy 40,125 46.44 −6.71
Liberal Kevin Baker 24,646 28.53 −2.18
Palmer United Bronwyn Reid 9,412 10.89 +10.89
Greens Dessie Kocher 5,820 6.74 −2.09
Christian Democrats Steve Camilleri 2,671 3.09 +0.27
One Nation Brian Burston 2,266 2.62 +2.62
Bullet Train Trevor Anthoney 1,460 1.69 +1.69
Total formal votes 86,400 92.89 −0.19
Informal votes 6,618 7.11 +0.19
Turnout 93,018 94.40 −0.08
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Pat Conroy 51,173 59.23 −3.44
Liberal Kevin Baker 35,227 40.77 +3.44
Labor hold Swing −3.44

Chifley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Chifley[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Ed Husic 43,044 52.30 +0.72
Liberal Isabelle White 26,479 32.17 +1.85
Palmer United Christopher Buttel 3,361 4.08 +4.08
Christian Democrats Dave Vincent 2,862 3.48 −1.58
Greens Ben Hammond 2,198 2.67 −5.76
Independent Ammar Khan 1,749 2.13 +2.13
One Nation Elizabeth Power 1,402 1.70 −0.27
Democratic Labour Michael Wright 810 0.98 +0.98
Australia First Alex Norwick 396 0.48 −0.69
Total formal votes 82,301 86.64 −2.20
Informal votes 12,690 13.36 +2.20
Turnout 94,991 92.78 +0.09
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Ed Husic 49,831 60.55 −1.79
Liberal Isabelle White 32,470 39.45 +1.79
Labor hold Swing −1.79

Cook[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Cook[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Scott Morrison 55,707 60.35 +2.47
Labor Peter Scaysbrook 22,850 24.76 −4.05
Greens Mithra Cox 6,058 6.56 −1.17
Palmer United Matthew Palise 3,765 4.08 +4.08
Christian Democrats Beth Smith 1,981 2.15 +0.23
Independent Graeme Strang 1,321 1.43 −0.32
Australia First Jim Saleam 617 0.67 +0.67
Total formal votes 92,299 94.08 −0.11
Informal votes 5,813 5.92 +0.11
Turnout 98,112 94.17 −0.25
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Scott Morrison 61,244 66.35 +3.69
Labor Peter Scaysbrook 31,055 33.65 −3.69
Liberal hold Swing +3.69

Cowper[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Cowper[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Luke Hartsuyker 45,820 53.05 +2.28
Labor Alfredo Navarro 21,910 25.37 −2.45
Greens Carol Vernon 10,685 12.37 +3.28
Palmer United Rodney Jeanneret 5,739 6.64 +6.64
Christian Democrats Bethany McAlpine 2,224 2.57 +0.18
Total formal votes 86,378 94.72 −0.95
Informal votes 4,813 5.28 +0.95
Turnout 91,191 93.86 −0.19
Two-party-preferred result
National Luke Hartsuyker 53,303 61.71 +2.44
Labor Alfredo Navarro 33,075 38.29 −2.44
National hold Swing +2.44

Cunningham[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Cunningham[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Sharon Bird 41,522 45.54 −3.63
Liberal Philip Clifford 30,685 33.65 +0.80
Greens Helen Wilson 10,730 11.77 −3.35
Palmer United Christopher Atlee 4,253 4.66 +4.66
Christian Democrats Rob George 2,204 2.42 +2.42
Non-Custodial Parents John Flanagan 897 0.98 −0.41
Katter's Australian John Bursill 886 0.97 +0.97
Total formal votes 91,177 93.63 −0.69
Informal votes 6,208 6.37 +0.69
Turnout 97,385 93.56 −0.21
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Sharon Bird 54,595 59.88 −3.29
Liberal Philip Clifford 36,582 40.12 +3.29
Labor hold Swing −3.29

Dobell[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Dobell[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Karen McNamara 35,617 41.35 +1.11
Labor Emma McBride 30,248 35.11 −11.16
Independent Nathan Bracken 7,090 8.23 +8.23
Greens Sue Wynn 4,238 4.92 −3.69
Independent Craig Thomson 3,444 4.00 +4.00
Palmer United Kate McGill 2,920 3.39 +3.39
Christian Democrats Hadden Ervin 1,250 1.45 −0.97
CEC Greg Owen 711 0.83 +0.83
Bullet Train Christian Kunde 622 0.72 +0.72
Total formal votes 86,140 92.49 −1.45
Informal votes 6,994 7.51 +1.45
Turnout 93,134 93.82 −0.20
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Karen McNamara 43,653 50.68 +5.75
Labor Emma McBride 42,487 49.32 −5.75
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +5.75

Eden-Monaro[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Eden-Monaro[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Peter Hendy 40,431 45.27 +3.43
Labor Mike Kelly 34,638 38.78 −4.83
Greens Catherine Moore 6,725 7.53 −2.19
Palmer United Dean Lynch 4,655 5.21 +5.21
Independent Andrew Thaler 1,223 1.37 +1.37
Christian Democrats Warren Catton 861 0.96 +0.21
Stable Population Martin Tye 601 0.67 +0.67
CEC Costas Goumas 179 0.20 +0.20
Total formal votes 89,313 94.46 +0.71
Informal votes 5,240 5.54 −0.71
Turnout 94,553 94.52 +0.13
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Peter Hendy 45,199 50.61 +4.85
Labor Mike Kelly 44,114 49.39 −4.85
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +4.85

Farrer[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Farrer[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sussan Ley 47,977 57.81 +6.40
Labor Gavin Hickey 19,708 23.75 −1.54
Greens Christina Sobey 3,643 4.39 −1.49
Palmer United Ronald Emmerton 3,392 4.09 +4.09
Katter's Australian Ken Trewin 3,091 3.72 +3.72
Rise Up Australia Narelle Davis 1,646 1.98 +1.98
Democratic Labour Brendan Cattell 1,509 1.82 +1.82
Bullet Train Tracey Powell 1,048 1.26 +1.26
Christian Democrats Frank Horwill 982 1.18 −2.03
Total formal votes 82,996 92.89 −0.77
Informal votes 6,357 7.11 +0.77
Turnout 89,353 94.53 +0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Sussan Ley 55,961 67.43 +2.92
Labor Gavin Hickey 27,035 32.57 −2.92
Liberal hold Swing +2.92

Fowler[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Fowler[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Chris Hayes 47,772 60.76 +7.90
Liberal Andrew Nguyen 21,043 26.76 −10.18
Christian Democrats Matt Attia 3,559 4.53 +4.53
Palmer United Bradley Pastoors 2,722 3.46 +3.46
Greens Benjamin Silaphet 2,684 3.41 −3.28
Katter's Australian Darren McLean 848 1.08 +1.08
Total formal votes 78,628 86.07 −1.10
Informal votes 12,728 13.93 +1.10
Turnout 91,356 92.16 −0.13
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Chris Hayes 52,526 66.80 +8.04
Liberal Andrew Nguyen 26,102 33.20 −8.04
Labor hold Swing +8.04

Gilmore[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Gilmore[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ann Sudmalis 41,726 46.00 −4.93
Labor Neil Reilly 31,789 35.05 −0.13
Greens Terry Barratt 8,438 9.30 −0.27
Palmer United Lyndal Harris 5,726 6.31 +6.31
Christian Democrats Steve Ryan 3,030 3.34 +0.67
Total formal votes 90,709 94.83 −0.06
Informal votes 4,946 5.17 +0.06
Turnout 95,655 94.29 −0.33
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ann Sudmalis 47,758 52.65 −2.67
Labor Neil Reilly 42,951 47.35 +2.67
Liberal hold Swing −2.67

Grayndler[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Grayndler[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Anthony Albanese 42,009 47.20 +1.11
Liberal Cedric Spencer 21,981 24.70 +0.46
Greens Hall Greenland 20,498 23.03 −2.87
Christian Democrats Joshua Green 1,828 2.05 +2.05
Palmer United Mohanadas Balasingham 1,522 1.71 +1.71
Bullet Train Joel Scully 1,171 1.32 +1.32
Total formal votes 89,009 93.00 +0.08
Informal votes 6,699 7.00 −0.08
Turnout 95,708 91.32 +0.01
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anthony Albanese 62,613 70.34 −0.29
Liberal Cedric Spencer 26,396 29.66 +0.29
Labor hold Swing −0.29

Greenway[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Greenway[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Michelle Rowland 38,319 44.48 +2.16
Liberal Jaymes Diaz 34,488 40.04 −1.30
Palmer United Jodie Wootton 3,483 4.04 +4.04
Christian Democrats Allan Green 3,253 3.78 +0.10
Greens Chris Brentin 3,175 3.69 −2.32
Sex Party Tom Lillicrap 1,516 1.76 +1.76
Rise Up Australia Maree Nichols 681 0.79 +0.79
Katter's Australian Anthony Belcastro 681 0.79 +0.79
Australian Voice Jamie Cavanough 545 0.63 +0.63
Total formal votes 86,141 90.02 +0.29
Informal votes 9,549 9.98 −0.29
Turnout 95,690 93.96 −0.23
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Michelle Rowland 45,639 52.98 +2.10
Liberal Jaymes Diaz 40,502 47.02 −2.10
Labor hold Swing +2.10

Hughes[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hughes[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Craig Kelly 48,436 54.68 +5.53
Labor Alison Megarrity 28,406 32.07 −5.71
Palmer United John Peters 5,224 5.90 +5.90
Greens Signe Westerberg 3,948 4.46 −1.83
Christian Democrats Peter Colsell 2,561 2.89 +0.44
Total formal votes 88,575 92.61 −0.87
Informal votes 7,071 7.39 +0.87
Turnout 95,646 94.24 +0.03
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Craig Kelly 53,735 60.67 +5.50
Labor Alison Megarrity 34,840 39.33 −5.50
Liberal hold Swing +5.50

Hume[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hume[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Angus Taylor 49,105 53.97 +0.41
Labor Michael Pilbrow 23,711 26.06 −5.80
Greens Zaza Chevalier 5,218 5.73 −1.92
Palmer United Jason Cornelius 4,015 4.41 +4.41
One Nation Lynette Styles 2,521 2.77 +2.77
Independent James Harker-Mortlock 2,096 2.30 +2.30
Katter's Australian Bruce Nicholson 1,658 1.82 +1.82
Christian Democrats Adrian Van Der Byl 1,397 1.54 −0.22
CEC Lindsay Cosgrove 1,273 1.40 +1.40
Total formal votes 90,994 93.68 −1.19
Informal votes 6,142 6.32 +1.19
Turnout 97,136 94.93 −0.02
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Angus Taylor 55,938 61.47 +2.75
Labor Michael Pilbrow 35,056 38.53 −2.75
Liberal hold Swing +2.75

Hunter[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hunter[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Joel Fitzgibbon 38,241 44.50 −9.81
National Michael Johnsen 30,170 35.11 +4.06
Palmer United Jennifer Stefanac 6,552 7.62 +7.62
Greens David Atwell 5,066 5.89 −3.03
One Nation Bill Fox 3,245 3.78 +0.43
Christian Democrats Richard Stretton 1,834 2.13 −0.25
CEC Ann Lawler 833 0.97 +0.97
Total formal votes 85,941 93.46 −0.33
Informal votes 6,014 6.54 +0.33
Turnout 91,955 94.51 −0.22
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Joel Fitzgibbon 46,125 53.67 −8.81
National Michael Johnsen 39,816 46.33 +8.81
Labor hold Swing −8.81

Kingsford Smith[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Kingsford Smith[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Michael Feneley 37,455 43.50 +2.25
Labor Matt Thistlethwaite 36,177 42.02 −1.81
Greens James Macdonald 8,431 9.79 −2.26
Palmer United Diane Happ 1,611 1.87 +1.87
Christian Democrats Jacquie Shiha 1,379 1.60 +1.60
Future Party Geordie Lucas 693 0.80 +0.80
Rise Up Australia Danielle Somerfield 357 0.41 +0.41
Total formal votes 86,103 91.37 −0.48
Informal votes 8,130 8.63 +0.48
Turnout 94,233 92.01 +0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Matt Thistlethwaite 45,411 52.74 −2.42
Liberal Michael Feneley 40,692 47.26 +2.42
Labor hold Swing −2.42

Lindsay[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Lindsay[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Fiona Scott 40,882 46.64 +3.25
Labor David Bradbury 34,212 39.03 −5.52
Palmer United Andrew Wilcox 4,517 5.15 +5.15
Greens David Lenton 2,679 3.06 −1.68
Christian Democrats Andrew Green 2,449 2.79 −0.22
One Nation Jeffrey Lawson 1,901 2.17 +2.17
Australia First Mick Saunders 610 0.70 −0.47
Stable Population Geoff Brown 408 0.47 +0.47
Total formal votes 87,658 91.79 −0.04
Informal votes 7,837 8.21 +0.04
Turnout 95,495 94.32 −0.11
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Fiona Scott 46,446 52.99 +4.11
Labor David Bradbury 41,212 47.01 −4.11
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +4.11

Lyne[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Lyne[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National David Gillespie 45,871 53.19 +18.80
Labor Peter Alley 18,352 21.28 +7.79
Independent Steve Attkins 6,561 7.61 +7.61
Greens Ian Oxenford 5,340 6.19 +1.90
Palmer United Troy Wilkie 4,727 5.48 +5.48
One Nation Craig Huth 2,208 2.56 +2.56
Christian Democrats John Klose 2,054 2.38 +2.38
Katter's Australian Brian Buckley Clare 814 0.94 +0.94
CEC Michael Gough 318 0.37 +0.37
Total formal votes 86,245 93.69 −2.58
Informal votes 5,809 6.31 +2.58
Turnout 92,054 94.78 −0.60
Two-party-preferred result
National David Gillespie 55,857 64.77 +2.32
Labor Peter Alley 30,388 35.23 −2.32
National gain from Independent Swing +2.32

Macarthur[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Macarthur[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Russell Matheson 46,185 54.33 +6.93
Labor Ian Fulton 26,039 30.63 −7.92
Palmer United Goetz Grosche 4,916 5.78 +5.78
Greens Patrick Darley-Jones 3,929 4.62 −0.94
Christian Democrats Sarah Ramsay 2,189 2.58 +0.82
Katter's Australian Mick Williams 1,751 2.06 +2.06
Total formal votes 85,009 92.17 +0.28
Informal votes 7,225 7.83 −0.28
Turnout 92,234 94.15 −0.37
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Russell Matheson 52,161 61.36 +8.34
Labor Ian Fulton 32,848 38.64 −8.34
Liberal hold Swing +8.34

Mackellar[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Mackellar[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Bronwyn Bishop 56,521 62.43 +0.31
Labor Chris Hedge 15,606 17.24 −3.86
Greens Jonathan King 12,843 14.19 −2.58
Palmer United Debra Drummond 3,771 4.17 +4.17
Christian Democrats Silvana Nero 1,791 1.98 +1.98
Total formal votes 90,532 94.25 −0.55
Informal votes 5,525 5.75 +0.55
Turnout 96,057 93.40 +0.14
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Bronwyn Bishop 62,322 68.84 +3.12
Labor Chris Hedge 28,210 31.16 −3.12
Liberal hold Swing +3.12

Macquarie[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Macquarie[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Louise Markus 42,590 47.36 +2.89
Labor Susan Templeman 27,872 31.00 −1.36
Greens Danielle Wheeler 9,986 11.10 −2.99
Palmer United Philip Maxwell 3,731 4.15 +4.15
Christian Democrats Tony Piper 2,720 3.02 +0.87
Sex Party Mark Littlejohn 1,776 1.98 +1.98
Australia First Matt Hodgson 750 0.83 +0.06
Democratic Labour Teresa Elaro 499 0.55 +0.55
Total formal votes 89,924 94.37 −0.15
Informal votes 5,362 5.63 +0.15
Turnout 95,286 94.63 −0.18
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Louise Markus 48,987 54.48 +3.22
Labor Susan Templeman 40,937 45.52 −3.22
Liberal hold Swing +3.22

McMahon[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: McMahon[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Chris Bowen 41,334 50.19 −1.07
Liberal Ray King 33,430 40.59 +4.34
Palmer United Matthew Dobrincic 2,862 3.48 +3.48
Greens Astrid O'Neill 2,410 2.93 −5.12
Christian Democrats Manny Poularas 2,323 2.82 −1.62
Total formal votes 82,359 88.65 −0.51
Informal votes 10,542 11.35 +0.51
Turnout 92,901 93.57 +0.33
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Chris Bowen 45,561 55.32 −2.49
Liberal Ray King 36,798 44.68 +2.49
Labor hold Swing −2.49

Mitchell[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Mitchell[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Alex Hawke 56,706 65.47 +2.81
Labor Andrew Punch 17,775 20.52 −5.81
Greens Michael Bellstedt 5,554 6.41 −1.19
Christian Democrats Darryl Allen 2,794 3.23 −0.18
Palmer United Murray Schultz 2,792 3.22 +3.22
Democratic Labour Nathan Dodd 987 1.14 +1.14
Total formal votes 86,608 93.69 −0.73
Informal votes 5,833 6.31 +0.73
Turnout 92,441 94.65 −0.12
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Alex Hawke 62,425 72.08 +4.92
Labor Andrew Punch 24,183 27.92 −4.92
Liberal hold Swing +4.92

New England[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: New England[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Barnaby Joyce 49,486 54.21 +28.99
Independent Rob Taber 12,574 13.77 +13.77
Labor Stephen Hewitt 10,825 11.86 +3.73
Independent Jamie McIntyre 6,059 6.64 +6.64
Palmer United Phillip Girle 4,746 5.20 +5.20
Greens Pat Schultz 4,184 4.58 +1.01
One Nation Brian Dettmann 1,566 1.72 +0.85
Christian Democrats Aaron Evans 1,496 1.64 +1.64
CEC Richard Witten 353 0.39 +0.05
Total formal votes 91,289 93.95 −2.51
Informal votes 5,881 6.05 +2.51
Turnout 97,170 95.14 +0.26
Two-party-preferred result
National Barnaby Joyce 64,551 70.71 +3.91
Labor Stephen Hewitt 26,738 29.29 −3.91
Two-party-preferred result
National Barnaby Joyce 58,846 64.46 +35.98
Independent Rob Taber 32,443 35.54 +35.54
National gain from Independent Swing N/A

Newcastle[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Newcastle[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Sharon Claydon 37,391 43.73 −4.16
Liberal Jaimie Abbott 29,632 34.66 +3.33
Greens Michael Osborne 10,258 12.00 −3.47
Palmer United Yegon McLellan 3,518 4.11 +4.11
Christian Democrats Milton Caine 1,091 1.28 −0.52
Independent Susanna Scurry 1,026 1.20 +1.20
Australia First Michael Chehoff 922 1.08 +1.08
Independent Rod Holding 674 0.79 +0.79
Socialist Alliance Zane Alcorn 616 0.72 −0.29
Aust. Independents Lawrence Higgins 367 0.43 +0.43
Total formal votes 85,495 93.80 −0.51
Informal votes 5,653 6.20 +0.51
Turnout 91,148 93.60 0.00
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Sharon Claydon 50,298 58.83 −3.66
Liberal Jaimie Abbott 35,197 41.17 +3.66
Labor hold Swing −3.66

North Sydney[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: North Sydney[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Joe Hockey 53,991 61.04 +1.33
Labor Peter Hayes 17,727 20.04 −2.08
Greens Alison Haines 13,579 15.35 −0.18
Palmer United Raheam Khan 1,493 1.69 +1.69
Christian Democrats Maureen Guthrie 892 1.01 +1.01
Democratic Labour Angus McCaffrey 766 0.87 +0.87
Total formal votes 88,448 94.62 −0.94
Informal votes 5,031 5.38 +0.94
Turnout 93,479 92.26 +0.34
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Joe Hockey 58,274 65.89 +1.83
Labor Peter Hayes 30,174 34.11 −1.83
Liberal hold Swing +1.83

Page[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Page[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Kevin Hogan 40,088 46.65 +4.18
Labor Janelle Saffin 33,336 38.79 −6.94
Greens Desley Banks 5,601 6.52 −2.06
Palmer United Stephen Janes 4,135 4.81 +4.81
Christian Democrats Carol Ordish 1,394 1.62 +1.62
One Nation Rod Smith 1,381 1.61 +1.61
Total formal votes 85,935 95.32 −0.29
Informal votes 4,223 4.68 +0.29
Turnout 90,158 94.20 −0.46
Two-party-preferred result
National Kevin Hogan 45,134 52.52 +6.71
Labor Janelle Saffin 40,801 47.48 −6.71
National gain from Labor Swing +6.71

Parkes[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Parkes[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Mark Coulton 58,020 64.01 +4.78
Labor Brendan Byron 18,850 20.80 −0.46
Palmer United Neil Gorman 6,724 7.42 +7.42
Greens Matt Parmeter 4,691 5.18 −0.42
Christian Democrats Michelle Ryan 2,354 2.60 +2.60
Total formal votes 90,639 94.26 −0.72
Informal votes 5,519 5.74 +0.72
Turnout 96,158 94.36 +0.04
Two-party-preferred result
National Mark Coulton 65,575 72.35 +3.49
Labor Brendan Byron 25,064 27.65 −3.49
National hold Swing +3.49

Parramatta[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Parramatta[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Martin Zaiter 35,724 44.31 +3.59
Labor Julie Owens 33,261 41.26 −3.20
Greens Phil Bradley 4,261 5.29 −2.67
Christian Democrats Alex Sharah 1,957 2.43 −0.64
Palmer United Ganesh Loke 1,760 2.18 +2.18
Democratic Labour Miechele Williams 1,626 2.02 +2.02
Independent Kalpesh Patel 1,204 1.49 −0.34
One Nation Tania Rollinson 822 1.02 +1.02
Total formal votes 80,615 89.48 −1.87
Informal votes 9,474 10.52 +1.87
Turnout 90,089 91.40 +0.19
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Julie Owens 40,765 50.57 −3.80
Liberal Martin Zaiter 39,850 49.43 +3.80
Labor hold Swing −3.80

Paterson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Paterson[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Bob Baldwin 46,922 53.86 +2.56
Labor Bay Marshall 25,811 29.63 −8.63
Greens John Brown 5,812 6.67 +0.68
Palmer United Jayson Packett 5,451 6.26 +6.26
Christian Democrats Anna Balfour 1,854 2.13 +1.07
Rise Up Australia Bob Holz 877 1.01 +1.01
CEC Peter Davis 390 0.45 +0.45
Total formal votes 87,117 94.83 +0.47
Informal votes 4,746 5.17 −0.47
Turnout 91,863 94.60 −0.16
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Bob Baldwin 52,080 59.78 +4.45
Labor Bay Marshall 35,037 40.22 −4.45
Liberal hold Swing +4.45

Reid[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Reid[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Craig Laundy 40,430 47.11 +4.00
Labor John Murphy 34,817 40.57 −0.94
Greens Pauline Tyrrell 5,968 6.95 −4.23
Palmer United Mohammed Ashraf 1,298 1.51 +1.51
Christian Democrats Bill Shailer 1,219 1.42 −1.65
Aust. Independents Raymond Palmer 1,215 1.42 +1.42
Democratic Labour Emily Dunn 580 0.68 +0.68
Katter's Australian Bishrul Izadeen 297 0.35 +0.35
Total formal votes 85,824 90.51 −0.69
Informal votes 9,003 9.49 +0.69
Turnout 94,827 91.42 +0.36
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Craig Laundy 43,642 50.85 +3.53
Labor John Murphy 42,182 49.15 −3.53
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +3.53

Richmond[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Richmond[40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Matthew Fraser 32,066 37.60 +16.39
Labor Justine Elliot 28,575 33.51 −5.68
Greens Dawn Walker 15,083 17.69 +1.54
Palmer United Charles Allen 6,359 7.46 +7.46
Independent Kev Skinner 1,971 2.31 +2.31
Christian Democrats John Ordish 1,224 1.44 +1.44
Total formal votes 85,278 95.09 +0.64
Informal votes 4,403 4.91 −0.64
Turnout 89,681 92.09 −0.55
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Justine Elliot 45,179 52.98 −4.01
National Matthew Fraser 40,099 47.02 +4.01
Labor hold Swing −4.01

Riverina[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Riverina[41]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Michael McCormack 52,062 59.18 +14.41
Labor Tim Kurylowicz 17,970 20.43 −1.80
Palmer United Lex Stewart 4,545 5.17 +5.17
Greens Ros Prangnell 3,169 3.60 −0.90
Democratic Labour Paul Funnell 3,137 3.57 +3.57
Bullet Train Andrew Lamont 2,405 2.73 +2.73
Christian Democrats Keith Pech 1,314 1.49 +0.13
Australia First Lorraine Sharp 1,287 1.46 +1.46
Katter's Australian Norm Dunn 1,044 1.19 +1.19
Rise Up Australia Kim Heath 1,040 1.18 +1.18
Total formal votes 87,973 93.03 −1.21
Informal votes 6,592 6.97 +1.21
Turnout 94,565 94.46 −0.25
Two-party-preferred result
National Michael McCormack 62,612 71.17 +3.00
Labor Tim Kurylowicz 25,361 28.83 −3.00
National hold Swing +3.00

Robertson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Robertson[42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Lucy Wicks 38,704 43.42 −0.11
Labor Deborah O'Neill 31,046 34.83 −4.93
Independent Lawrie McKinna 7,763 8.71 +8.71
Greens Kate Da Costa 4,966 5.57 −3.42
Independent Jake Cassar 2,480 2.78 +1.52
Palmer United Steven Whitaker 2,082 2.34 +2.34
Christian Democrats Holly Beecham 1,115 1.25 −0.56
Aust. Independents Douglas McFarland 510 0.57 +0.57
Democratic Labour Paul Sheeran 474 0.53 +0.53
Total formal votes 89,140 94.09 +0.45
Informal votes 5,604 5.91 −0.45
Turnout 94,744 93.97 −0.39
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Lucy Wicks 47,242 53.00 +4.00
Labor Deborah O'Neill 41,898 47.00 −4.00
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +4.00

Shortland[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Shortland[43]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Jill Hall 41,892 48.69 −5.05
Liberal John Church 32,532 37.81 +4.65
Palmer United Philip Baldwin 5,341 6.21 +6.21
Greens Jane Oakley 5,198 6.04 −4.29
Christian Democrats Andrew Weatherstone 1,081 1.26 +1.26
Total formal votes 86,044 93.99 +0.33
Informal votes 5,498 6.01 −0.33
Turnout 91,542 94.44 −0.42
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jill Hall 49,230 57.21 −5.64
Liberal John Church 36,814 42.79 +5.64
Labor hold Swing −5.64

Sydney[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Sydney[44]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tanya Plibersek 40,579 46.03 +2.74
Liberal Sean O'Connor 26,901 30.52 +2.42
Greens Dianne Hiles 15,273 17.33 −6.42
Independent Jane Ward 1,408 1.60 +0.06
Palmer United Timothy Kelly 1,261 1.43 +1.43
Bullet Train Leah Gartner 791 0.90 +0.90
Christian Democrats Lesley Mason 723 0.82 +0.82
Socialist Alliance Peter Boyle 613 0.70 +0.70
Independent Joanna Rzetelski 602 0.68 +0.68
Total formal votes 88,151 93.80 −0.70
Informal votes 5,830 6.20 +0.70
Turnout 93,981 88.33 +0.18
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tanya Plibersek 56,994 64.65 −2.42
Liberal Sean O'Connor 31,157 35.35 +2.42
Labor hold Swing −2.42

Throsby[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Throsby[45]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Stephen Jones 37,980 45.00 −5.53
Liberal Larissa Mallinson 23,498 27.84 −2.47
National Gary Anderson 8,539 10.12 +4.80
Greens Peter Moran 4,613 5.47 −6.46
Palmer United May King 3,885 4.60 +4.60
Independent Paul Matters 1,948 2.31 +2.31
Christian Democrats John Kadwell 1,938 2.30 +2.30
Bullet Train Elrond Veness 677 0.80 +0.80
Katter's Australian Glenn Turner 473 0.56 +0.56
Non-Custodial Parents Wayne Hartman 435 0.52 −1.39
Democratic Labour Brian Boulton 407 0.48 +0.48
Total formal votes 84,393 91.17 −1.93
Informal votes 8,174 8.83 +1.93
Turnout 92,567 94.06 +0.43
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Stephen Jones 48,753 57.77 −4.34
Liberal Larissa Mallinson 35,640 42.23 +4.34
Labor hold Swing −4.34

Warringah[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Warringah[46]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tony Abbott 54,388 60.89 +1.97
Labor Jules Zanetti 17,259 19.32 −2.32
Greens Will Kitching 13,873 15.53 −0.81
Palmer United Brodie Stewart 1,961 2.20 +2.20
Stable Population Mike Cottee 744 0.83 +0.83
Christian Democrats Ula Falanga 630 0.71 +0.71
Rise Up Australia Mike Bloomfield 472 0.53 +0.53
Total formal votes 89,327 94.62 −0.74
Informal votes 5,078 5.38 +0.74
Turnout 94,405 91.95 −0.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Abbott 58,374 65.35 +2.26
Labor Jules Zanetti 30,953 34.65 −2.26
Liberal hold Swing +2.26

Watson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Watson[47]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tony Burke 39,126 49.51 −0.92
Liberal Ron Delezio 30,617 38.74 +1.57
Greens Barbara Bloch 4,171 5.28 −4.34
Palmer United Zaher Nasser 1,970 2.49 +2.49
Christian Democrats David Fraser 1,873 2.37 +2.37
Democratic Labour Stephen Rawson 897 1.14 +1.14
Rise Up Australia Paul Kamlade 376 0.48 +0.48
Total formal votes 79,030 86.05 −1.15
Informal votes 12,814 13.95 +1.15
Turnout 91,844 90.64 +0.60
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tony Burke 44,895 56.81 −2.33
Liberal Ron Delezio 34,135 43.19 +2.33
Labor hold Swing −2.33

Wentworth[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Wentworth[48]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Malcolm Turnbull 58,306 63.32 +3.75
Labor Di Smith 17,840 19.37 −1.70
Greens Matthew Robertson 13,455 14.61 −2.83
Independent Pat Sheil 1,054 1.14 +0.55
Palmer United Marsha Foxman 998 1.08 +1.08
Christian Democrats Beresford Thomas 431 0.47 +0.47
Total formal votes 92,084 94.30 −1.20
Informal votes 5,564 5.70 +1.20
Turnout 97,648 89.30 −0.17
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Malcolm Turnbull 62,359 67.72 +2.86
Labor Di Smith 29,725 32.28 −2.86
Liberal hold Swing +2.86

Werriwa[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Werriwa[49]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Laurie Ferguson 34,117 44.09 −4.48
Liberal Kent Johns 30,693 39.67 +0.95
Palmer United Katryna Thirup 3,363 4.35 +4.35
Christian Democrats John Ramsay 2,936 3.79 +3.79
Greens Daniel Griffiths 2,532 3.27 −9.43
Democratic Labour Michael Byrne 1,562 2.02 +2.02
One Nation Marella Harris 1,519 1.96 +1.96
Katter's Australian Kerryn Ball 657 0.85 +0.85
Total formal votes 77,379 87.13 −2.52
Informal votes 11,433 12.87 +2.52
Turnout 88,812 92.46 +0.11
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Laurie Ferguson 40,426 52.24 −4.51
Liberal Kent Johns 36,953 47.76 +4.51
Labor hold Swing −4.51

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 Federal Election Results for NSW by Division". AEC. 
  2. ^ 2013 results for Banks, AEC.
  3. ^ 2013 results for Barton, AEC.
  4. ^ 2013 results for Bennelong, AEC.
  5. ^ 2013 results for Berowra, AEC.
  6. ^ 2013 results for Blaxland, AEC.
  7. ^ 2013 results for Bradfield, AEC.
  8. ^ 2013 results for Calare, AEC.
  9. ^ 2013 results for Charlton, AEC.
  10. ^ 2013 results for Chifley, AEC.
  11. ^ 2013 results for Cook, AEC.
  12. ^ 2013 results for Cowper, AEC.
  13. ^ 2013 results for Cunningham, AEC.
  14. ^ 2013 results for Dobell, AEC.
  15. ^ 2013 results for Eden-Monaro, AEC.
  16. ^ 2013 results for Farrer, AEC.
  17. ^ 2013 results for Fowler, AEC.
  18. ^ 2013 results for Gilmore, AEC.
  19. ^ 2013 results for Grayndler, AEC.
  20. ^ 2013 results for Greenway, AEC.
  21. ^ 2013 results for Hughes, AEC.
  22. ^ 2013 results for Hume, AEC.
  23. ^ 2013 results for Hunter, AEC.
  24. ^ 2013 results for Kingsford Smith, AEC.
  25. ^ 2013 results for Lindsay, AEC.
  26. ^ 2013 results for Lyne, AEC.
  27. ^ 2013 results for Macarthur, AEC.
  28. ^ 2013 results for Mackellar, AEC.
  29. ^ 2013 results for Macquarie, AEC.
  30. ^ 2013 results for McMahon, AEC.
  31. ^ 2013 results for Mitchell, AEC.
  32. ^ 2013 results for New England, AEC.
  33. ^ 2013 results for Newcastle, AEC.
  34. ^ 2013 results for North Sydney, AEC.
  35. ^ 2013 results for Page, AEC.
  36. ^ 2013 results for Parkes, AEC.
  37. ^ 2013 results for Parramatta, AEC.
  38. ^ 2013 results for Paterson, AEC.
  39. ^ 2013 results for Reid, AEC.
  40. ^ 2013 results for Richmond, AEC.
  41. ^ 2013 results for Riverina, AEC.
  42. ^ 2013 results for Robertson, AEC.
  43. ^ 2013 results for Shortland, AEC.
  44. ^ 2013 results for Sydney, AEC.
  45. ^ 2013 results for Throsby, AEC.
  46. ^ 2013 results for Warringah, AEC.
  47. ^ 2013 results for Watson, AEC.
  48. ^ 2013 results for Wentworth, AEC.
  49. ^ 2013 results for Werriwa, AEC.

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