Results of the Australian federal election, 2013 (South Australia)

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Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal Party of Australia 447,286 44.49 +4.28 6 +1
  Australian Labor Party 359,273 35.73 –5.01 5 −1
  Australian Greens 83,252 8.28 –3.70 0 0
  Family First Party 54,409 5.41 +0.45 0 0
  Palmer United Party 37,981 3.78 +3.78 0 0
  National Party (SA) 4,021 0.40 +0.40 0 0
  Katter's Australian Party 2,268 0.23 +0.23 0 0
  Rise Up Australia Party 1,191 0.12 +0.12 0 0
  Australia First Party 1,116 0.11 +0.11 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 980 0.10 +0.02 0 0
  Democratic Labour Party 834 0.08 +0.08 0 0
  Independents 12,834 1.28 +0.76 0 0
  Total 1,005,445     15
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition 526,493 52.36 +5.54 6 +1
  Australian Labor Party 478,952 47.64 –5.54 5 −1

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

Electoral divisions: South Australia

Results by division[edit]

Adelaide[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Adelaide[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kate Ellis 38,650 42.26 −1.52
Liberal Carmen Garcia 38,463 42.06 +4.31
Greens Ruth Beach 9,251 10.12 −3.50
Family First Peter Lee 2,169 2.37 +0.18
Palmer United Vincent Scali 1,943 2.12 +2.12
Socialist Alliance Liah Lazarou 980 1.07 +0.18
Total formal votes 91,456 96.04 +0.86
Informal votes 3,770 3.96 −0.86
Turnout 95,226 92.47 −0.61
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kate Ellis 49,338 53.95 −3.57
Liberal Carmen Garcia 42,118 46.05 +3.57
Labor hold Swing −3.57

Barker[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Barker[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tony Pasin 48,678 52.61 −2.47
Labor Phil Golding 16,993 18.37 −9.62
Family First Kristin Lambert 7,368 7.96 +1.78
Independent Richard Sage 6,617 7.15 +7.15
Greens Mark Keough 5,224 5.65 −3.39
National Miles Hannemann 4,021 4.35 +4.35
Palmer United Balwinder Singh Jhandi 3,623 3.92 +3.92
Total formal votes 92,524 94.62 +0.12
Informal votes 5,259 5.38 −0.12
Turnout 97,783 94.63 −0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Pasin 61,571 66.55 +3.54
Labor Phil Golding 30,953 33.45 −3.54
Liberal hold Swing +3.54

Boothby[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Boothby[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Andrew Southcott 47,484 50.35 +6.08
Labor Annabel Digance 29,018 30.77 −4.81
Greens Stephen Thomas 11,287 11.97 −1.46
Family First Natasha Edmonds 3,683 3.91 +1.09
Palmer United Sally Cox 2,835 3.01 +3.01
Total formal votes 94,307 96.52 +1.24
Informal votes 3,400 3.48 −1.24
Turnout 97,707 93.92 +1.96
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Andrew Southcott 53,866 57.12 +6.50
Labor Annabel Digance 40,441 42.88 −6.50
Liberal hold Swing +6.50

Grey[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Grey[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Rowan Ramsey 49,334 55.65 −0.16
Labor Ben Browne 24,205 27.30 −3.76
Family First Cheryl Kaminski 4,878 5.50 +0.14
Palmer United Kristian Rees 4,457 5.03 +5.03
Greens Alison Sentance 3,289 3.71 −4.06
Independent Greg Fidge 2,488 2.81 +2.81
Total formal votes 88,651 94.60 −0.05
Informal votes 5,063 5.40 +0.05
Turnout 93,714 93.02 −0.53
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Rowan Ramsey 56,330 63.54 +2.38
Labor Ben Browne 32,321 36.46 −2.38
Liberal hold Swing +2.38

Hindmarsh[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hindmarsh[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Matt Williams 43,639 46.17 +7.53
Labor Steve Georganas 35,876 37.95 −6.79
Greens Andrew Payne 8,360 8.84 −3.32
Family First Bob Randall 2,883 3.05 +0.06
Palmer United George Melissourgos 2,332 2.47 +2.47
Democratic Labour David McCabe 834 0.88 +0.88
Katter's Australian Kym McKay 599 0.63 +0.63
Total formal votes 94,523 95.12 +0.38
Informal votes 4,847 4.88 −0.38
Turnout 99,370 93.05 −1.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Matt Williams 49,048 51.89 +7.97
Labor Steve Georganas 45,475 48.11 −7.97
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +7.97

Kingston[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Kingston[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Amanda Rishworth 43,328 49.26 −2.50
Liberal Damien Mills 28,492 32.40 +3.99
Greens Palitja Moore 6,062 6.89 −5.22
Family First Geoff Doecke 5,168 5.88 +0.08
Palmer United Mitchell Frost 3,709 4.22 +4.22
Rise Up Australia Andy Snoswell 1,191 1.35 +1.35
Total formal votes 87,950 94.93 +0.09
Informal votes 4,697 5.07 −0.09
Turnout 92,647 93.80 −0.53
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Amanda Rishworth 52,504 59.70 −4.85
Liberal Damien Mills 35,446 40.30 +4.85
Labor hold Swing −4.85

Makin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Makin[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tony Zappia 41,873 45.56 −4.70
Liberal Sue Lawrie 34,192 37.20 +6.75
Family First Mark Potter 5,891 6.41 +0.40
Greens Ami Harrison 5,429 5.91 −4.39
Palmer United Andrew Graham 3,818 4.15 +4.15
Katter's Australian Robert Jameson 705 0.77 +0.77
Total formal votes 91,908 95.12 +1.13
Informal votes 4,717 4.88 −1.13
Turnout 96,625 93.97 −0.37
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tony Zappia 50,604 55.06 −6.94
Liberal Sue Lawrie 41,304 44.94 +6.94
Labor hold Swing −6.94

Mayo[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Mayo[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jamie Briggs 49,195 53.82 +6.94
Labor Norah Fahy 19,325 21.14 −4.05
Greens Ian Grosser 12,931 14.15 −2.86
Family First Bruce Hicks 6,525 7.14 +1.39
Palmer United Bikkar Singh Brar 3,434 3.76 +3.76
Total formal votes 91,410 96.13 +0.56
Informal votes 3,684 3.87 −0.56
Turnout 95,094 94.60 +0.14
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jamie Briggs 57,141 62.51 +5.22
Labor Norah Fahy 34,269 37.49 −5.22
Liberal hold Swing +5.22

Port Adelaide[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Port Adelaide[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Mark Butler 46,024 50.58 −3.98
Liberal Nigel McKenna 23,955 26.32 +3.32
Greens Dusan Popovic 7,834 8.61 −6.51
Family First Bruce Hambour 6,843 7.52 +0.29
Palmer United Ngoc Chau Huynh 5,227 5.74 +5.74
Australia First Terry Cooksley 1,116 1.23 +1.23
Total formal votes 90,999 93.80 +1.14
Informal votes 6,020 6.20 −1.14
Turnout 97,019 92.17 −1.16
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Mark Butler 58,261 64.02 −6.89
Liberal Nigel McKenna 32,738 35.98 +6.89
Labor hold Swing −6.89

Sturt[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Sturt[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christopher Pyne 49,429 54.40 +6.22
Labor Rick Sarre 26,258 28.90 −7.11
Greens Anne Walker 8,902 9.80 −0.28
Family First Kylie Barnes 3,565 3.92 +0.16
Palmer United Gabriella Scali 2,713 2.99 +2.99
Total formal votes 90,867 95.48 +0.79
Informal votes 4,303 4.52 −0.79
Turnout 95,170 93.45 −0.99
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Christopher Pyne 54,591 60.08 +6.48
Labor Rick Sarre 36,276 39.92 −6.48
Liberal hold Swing +6.48

Wakefield[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Wakefield[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Nick Champion 37,723 41.52 −6.35
Liberal Tom Zorich 34,425 37.89 +5.12
Family First Paul Coombe 5,436 5.98 −0.70
Greens Sherree Clay 4,683 5.15 −6.18
Palmer United Dino Musolino 3,890 4.28 +4.28
Independent Mark Aldridge 3,729 4.10 +4.10
Katter's Australian Tony Musolino 964 1.06 +1.06
Total formal votes 90,850 94.31 +0.38
Informal votes 5,479 5.69 −0.38
Turnout 96,329 93.11 −0.33
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Nick Champion 48,510 53.40 −7.13
Liberal Tom Zorich 42,340 46.60 +7.13
Labor hold Swing −7.13

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