Results of the Australian federal election, 2013 (Victoria)

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Australian federal election, 2013
Australia
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7 September 2013
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All 37 Victorian seats in the Australian House of Representatives
and 6 (of the 12) seats in the Australian Senate
  First party Second party
 
Party Labor Liberal/National coalition
Last election 22 seats 14 seats
Seats won 19 seats 16 seats
Seat change Decrease3 Increase2
Popular vote 1,653,977 1,640,682
Percentage 50.20% 49.80%
Swing Decrease5.11% Increase5.11%

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

Overall result[edit]

Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,320,417 40.08 +3.63 14 +2
  National Party of Australia 86,045 2.61 –0.58 2 0
  Australian Labor Party 1,146,894 34.81 –8.00 19 −3
  Australian Greens 355,698 10.80 –1.86 1 0
  Palmer United Party 119,623 3.63 +3.63 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 67,460 2.05 +1.86 0 0
  Family First Party 59,288 1.80 –1.34 0 0
  Rise Up Australia Party 18,124 0.55 +0.55 0 0
  Democratic Labour Party 16,714 0.51 +0.51 0 0
  Australian Christians 15,886 0.48 +0.48 0 0
  Katter's Australian Party 15,409 0.47 +0.47 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 4,716 0.14 –0.11 0 0
  Country Alliance 4,708 0.14 +0.14 0 0
  Animal Justice Party 1,878 0.06 +0.06 0 0
  Bullet Train for Australia 1,772 0.05 +0.05 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 1,703 0.05 –0.02 0 0
  Australian Stable Population Party 856 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 776 0.02 –0.14 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 557 0.03 −0.01 0 0
  Non-Custodial Parents Party 215 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Australia First Party 212 0.01 +0.00 0 0
  Senator Online 209 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Australian Independents 170 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Australian Protectionist Party 156 0.00 +0.00 0 0
  Independents 53,307 1.62 +0.79 1 +1
  Non Affiliated 1,886 0.06 +0.04 0 0
  Total 3,294,659     37
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 1,653,977 50.20 −5.11 19 −3
  Liberal/National Coalition 1,640,682 49.80 +5.11 16 +2
Electoral divisions: Victoria
Electoral divisions: Melbourne area

Results by division[edit]

Aston[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Aston[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Alan Tudge 44,030 51.59 +6.04
Labor Rupert Evans 27,850 32.63 −6.71
Greens Steve Raymond 5,017 5.88 −3.89
Palmer United Bradley Watt 3,206 3.76 +3.76
Family First Tony Foster 2,362 2.77 −1.89
Sex Party Charity Jenkins 2,295 2.69 +2.15
Rise Up Australia Jennifer Speer 581 0.68 +0.68
Total formal votes 85,341 95.47 +0.04
Informal votes 4,047 4.53 −0.04
Turnout 89,388 94.80 −0.15
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Alan Tudge 49,672 58.20 +7.53
Labor Rupert Evans 35,669 41.80 −7.53
Liberal hold Swing +7.53

Ballarat[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Ballarat[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Catherine King 39,251 41.91 −9.84
Liberal John Fitzgibbon 35,592 38.00 +4.05
Greens Stephanie Hodgins-May 8,911 9.51 −1.83
Palmer United Gerard Murphy 3,396 3.63 +3.63
Sex Party Joshua Mathieson 2,135 2.28 +2.28
Christians Anne Foster 1,139 1.22 +1.22
Family First Shane Clark 1,139 1.22 −1.74
Democratic Labour Stephen Vereker 1,022 1.09 +1.09
Katter's Australian Shane Dunne 849 0.91 +0.91
Rise Up Australia Ana Rojas 229 0.24 +0.24
Total formal votes 93,663 95.34 −0.94
Informal votes 4,578 4.66 +0.94
Turnout 98,241 94.94 +0.14
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Catherine King 51,411 54.89 −6.81
Liberal John Fitzgibbon 42,252 45.11 +6.81
Labor hold Swing −6.81

Batman[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Batman[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor David Feeney 36,798 41.29 −10.62
Greens Alex Bhathal 23,522 26.40 +2.65
Liberal George Souris 20,017 22.46 +2.40
Sex Party Lianna Sliwczynski 2,301 2.58 +2.48
Palmer United Franco Guardiani 2,253 2.53 +2.53
Animal Justice Rosemary Lavin 1,250 1.40 +1.40
Family First Ken Smithies 1,126 1.26 −1.92
Rise Up Australia Pat Winterton 1,121 1.26 +1.26
Philip Sutton 726 0.81 +0.81
Total formal votes 89,114 94.24 −0.74
Informal votes 5,450 5.76 +0.74
Turnout 94,564 91.59 −0.28
Two-party-preferred result
Labor David Feeney 63,257 70.98 −3.82
Liberal George Souris 25,857 29.02 +3.82
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor David Feeney 54,009 60.61 +2.86
Greens Alex Bhathal 35,105 39.39 −2.86
Labor hold Swing +2.86

Bendigo[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Bendigo[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Greg Bickley 36,701 39.67 +3.77
Labor Lisa Chesters 33,829 36.56 −10.38
Greens Lachlan Slade 8,600 9.30 −3.65
National Sarah Sheedy 4,644 5.02 +5.02
Palmer United Anita Donlon 2,336 2.52 +2.52
Sex Party Charlie Crutchfield 2,220 2.40 +2.40
Family First Alan Howard 1,036 1.12 −2.98
Katter's Australian Stephen Stingel 745 0.81 +0.81
Christians Ewan McDonald 567 0.61 +0.61
Independent Daniel Abikhair 545 0.59 +0.59
Country Alliance Rod Leunig 538 0.58 +0.58
Rise Up Australia Sandra Caddy 499 0.54 +0.54
Independent Matine Rahmani 259 0.28 +0.28
Total formal votes 92,519 94.29 −2.07
Informal votes 5,600 5.71 +2.07
Turnout 98,119 95.32 +0.25
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Lisa Chesters 47,426 51.26 −8.16
Liberal Greg Bickley 45,093 48.74 +8.16
Labor hold Swing −8.16

Bruce[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Bruce[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Emanuele Cicchiello 35,501 42.96 +5.24
Labor Alan Griffin 34,626 41.90 −6.81
Greens Lynette Keleher 5,491 6.64 −2.83
Family First Rebecca Filliponi 2,186 2.65 −1.39
Palmer United Paul Tuyau 2,173 2.63 +2.63
Democratic Labour Geraldine Gonsalvez 1,334 1.61 +1.61
Independent Kiry Uth 682 0.83 +0.83
Rise Up Australia Robert White 652 0.79 +0.79
Total formal votes 82,645 94.50 −0.42
Informal votes 4,810 5.50 +0.42
Turnout 87,455 92.24 −0.18
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Alan Griffin 42,812 51.80 −5.91
Liberal Emanuele Cicchiello 39,833 48.20 +5.91
Labor hold Swing −5.91

Calwell[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Calwell[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Maria Vamvakinou 42,819 49.81 −7.80
Liberal Ali Khan 24,490 28.49 +2.97
Greens Joanna Nevill 4,632 5.39 −5.80
Palmer United Bryce Letcher 3,728 4.34 +4.34
Sex Party Nevena Spirovska 2,367 2.75 +2.75
Family First Paul Graham 2,175 2.53 −2.15
Christians Maria Bengtsson 2,121 2.47 +2.47
Katter's Australian Brett Watson 1,915 2.23 +2.23
Democratic Labour Omar Jabir 1,310 1.52 +1.52
Rise Up Australia Charles Rozario 415 0.48 +0.48
Total formal votes 85,972 92.08 −0.91
Informal votes 7,398 7.92 +0.91
Turnout 93,370 90.93 −1.23
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Maria Vamvakinou 54,906 63.86 −6.20
Liberal Ali Khan 31,066 36.14 +6.20
Labor hold Swing −6.20

Casey[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Casey[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Tony Smith 43,538 49.18 +3.06
Labor Cathy Farrell 24,651 27.85 −8.71
Greens Steve Meacher 9,641 10.89 −1.26
Palmer United Milton Wilde 4,413 4.98 +4.98
Family First Gary Coombes 2,370 2.68 −2.10
Independent Jeanette McRae 1,358 1.53 +1.53
Christians Mike Brown 1,126 1.27 +1.27
Country Alliance Jeffrey Leake 986 1.11 +1.11
Rise Up Australia Paul Barbieri 446 0.50 +0.50
Total formal votes 88,529 95.38 −0.23
Informal votes 4,291 4.62 +0.23
Turnout 92,820 95.00 +0.52
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Smith 50,615 57.17 +5.31
Labor Cathy Farrell 37,914 42.83 −5.31
Liberal hold Swing +5.31

Chisholm[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Chisholm[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal John Nguyen 37,990 44.12 +3.90
Labor Anna Burke 34,015 39.50 −4.75
Greens Josh Fergeus 8,133 9.45 −2.44
Sex Party Luzio Grossi 1,762 2.05 +2.05
Palmer United Brian Woods 1,405 1.63 +1.63
Family First Martin Myszka 949 1.10 −1.56
Democratic Labour Pat Shea 860 1.00 +1.00
Rise Up Australia Melanie Vassiliou 650 0.75 +0.75
Secular Vidura Jayaratne 345 0.40 −0.20
Total formal votes 86,109 95.77 −0.55
Informal votes 3,802 4.23 +0.55
Turnout 89,911 93.41 −0.28
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anna Burke 44,431 51.60 −4.18
Liberal John Nguyen 41,678 48.40 +4.18
Labor hold Swing −4.18

Corangamite[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Corangamite[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sarah Henderson 44,778 48.25 +3.15
Labor Darren Cheeseman 29,728 32.03 −7.29
Greens Lloyd Davies 11,007 11.86 +0.34
Palmer United Buddy Rojek 2,026 2.18 +2.18
Sex Party Jayden Millard 1,726 1.86 +1.86
Family First Peter Wray 908 0.98 −0.99
Independent Adrian Whitehead 694 0.75 +0.75
National Andrew Black 598 0.64 +0.64
Christians Alan Barron 499 0.54 +0.54
Country Alliance Warren Jackman 408 0.44 +0.44
Rise Up Australia Helen Rashleigh 273 0.29 +0.29
Protectionist Nick Steel 156 0.17 +0.17
Total formal votes 92,801 95.57 −1.24
Informal votes 4,304 4.43 +1.24
Turnout 97,105 95.46 +0.56
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Sarah Henderson 50,057 53.94 +4.22
Labor Darren Cheeseman 42,744 46.06 −4.22
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +4.22

Corio[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Corio[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Richard Marles 39,267 43.51 −7.44
Liberal Peter Read 31,768 35.20 +3.31
Greens Greg Lacey 6,593 7.31 −5.06
Palmer United Anthony Harrington 5,122 5.68 +5.68
Sex Party Justine Martin 2,492 2.76 +2.76
Independent Stephanie Asher 1,958 2.17 +2.17
Family First Brendan Fenn 1,461 1.62 −1.94
Socialist Alliance Sue Bull 679 0.75 −0.35
Christians Patrick Atherton 549 0.61 +0.61
Rise Up Australia Yann Legrand 364 0.40 +0.40
Total formal votes 90,253 94.70 −0.84
Informal votes 5,049 5.30 +0.84
Turnout 95,302 94.21 +0.13
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Richard Marles 52,117 57.75 −5.72
Liberal Peter Read 38,136 42.25 +5.72
Labor hold Swing −5.72

Deakin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Deakin[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Michael Sukkar 40,482 45.88 +2.01
Labor Mike Symon 28,883 32.73 −5.65
Greens Brendan Powell 9,560 10.83 −1.93
Palmer United Mario Guardiani 1,949 2.21 +2.21
Sex Party Stephen Barber 1,856 2.10 +2.10
Christians Ian Dobby 1,698 1.92 +1.92
Independent Mike Barclay 1,519 1.72 +1.72
Family First Hannah Westbrook 1,200 1.36 −2.14
Rise Up Australia Yasmin De Zilwa 327 0.37 +0.37
Katter's Australian Steve Raskovy 293 0.33 +0.33
Country Alliance Toni Smith 261 0.30 +0.30
Australia First John Carbonari 212 0.24 −0.04
Total formal votes 88,240 95.67 −0.80
Informal votes 3,989 4.33 +0.80
Turnout 92,229 94.76 0.00
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Michael Sukkar 46,926 53.18 +3.78
Labor Mike Symon 41,314 46.82 −3.78
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +3.78

Dunkley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Dunkley[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Bruce Billson 42,869 48.75 +1.42
Labor Sonya Kilkenny 27,155 30.88 −7.44
Greens Simon Tiller 8,199 9.32 −2.37
Palmer United Kate Ryder 3,707 4.22 +4.22
Sex Party Eloise Palmi 2,589 2.94 +2.94
Family First Cameron Eastman 1,682 1.91 −0.75
Independent Rod Burt 740 0.84 +0.84
Independent Roy Broff 516 0.59 +0.59
Rise Up Australia Yvonne Gentle 477 0.54 +0.54
Total formal votes 87,934 95.21 −0.87
Informal votes 4,424 4.79 +0.87
Turnout 92,358 93.28 −0.32
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Bruce Billson 48,861 55.57 +4.53
Labor Sonya Kilkenny 39,073 44.43 −4.53
Liberal hold Swing +4.53

Flinders[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Flinders[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Greg Hunt 51,972 55.34 +1.01
Labor Joshua Sinclair 23,666 25.20 −6.54
Greens Martin Rush 9,148 9.74 −1.76
Palmer United Linda Clark 5,639 6.00 +6.00
Family First David Clark 1,091 1.16 −1.26
Independent Paul Madigan 708 0.75 +0.75
Christians Ashleigh Belsar 523 0.56 +0.56
Rise Up Australia Angela Dorian 481 0.51 +0.51
Independent Denis McCormack 478 0.51 +0.51
Non-Custodial Parents John Zabaneh 215 0.23 +0.23
Total formal votes 93,921 95.03 −0.85
Informal votes 4,916 4.97 +0.85
Turnout 98,837 93.79 +0.54
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Greg Hunt 58,048 61.81 +2.67
Labor Joshua Sinclair 35,873 38.19 −2.67
Liberal hold Swing +2.67

Gellibrand[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Gellibrand[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Tim Watts 40,236 46.04 −12.90
Liberal David McConnell 23,343 26.71 +4.29
Greens Rod Swift 14,623 16.73 +1.50
Palmer United Dwayne Singleton 3,413 3.91 +3.91
Sex Party Allan Cashion 2,540 2.91 +2.91
Family First Kerry Arch 2,266 2.59 +0.21
Christians Anthony O'Neill 967 1.11 +1.11
Total formal votes 87,388 94.38 −0.29
Informal votes 5,202 5.62 +0.29
Turnout 92,590 90.65 −0.91
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tim Watts 58,139 66.53 −7.60
Liberal David McConnell 29,249 33.47 +7.60
Labor hold Swing −7.60

Gippsland[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Gippsland[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Darren Chester 47,533 53.76 +0.76
Labor Jeff McNeill 20,467 23.15 −8.42
Greens Scott Campbell-Smith 5,039 5.70 −0.87
Liberal Democrats Ben Buckley 4,716 5.33 −0.19
Palmer United Deborah Gravenall 3,785 4.28 +4.28
Sex Party Douglas Leitch 2,101 2.38 +2.38
Independent Peter Gardner 1,992 2.25 +2.25
Family First Angie Foster 1,591 1.80 −1.54
Country Alliance Sav Mangion 623 0.70 +0.70
Rise Up Australia Peter Dorian 367 0.42 +0.42
Secular Mark Guerin 201 0.23 +0.23
Total formal votes 88,415 94.01 −2.20
Informal votes 5,629 5.99 +2.20
Turnout 94,044 94.49 +0.24
Two-party-preferred result
National Darren Chester 58,214 65.84 +4.39
Labor Jeff McNeill 30,201 34.16 −4.39
National hold Swing +4.39

Goldstein[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Goldstein[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Andrew Robb 51,193 56.51 +4.42
Labor Daniel Guttmann 21,591 23.83 −6.36
Greens Rose Read 14,408 15.90 −0.30
Palmer United Keith Ryder 2,044 2.26 +2.26
Family First Ian Joyner 751 0.83 −0.50
Rise Up Australia Lynette Hannie 604 0.67 +0.67
Total formal votes 90,591 96.67 −0.19
Informal votes 3,121 3.33 +0.19
Turnout 93,712 93.20 +0.07
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Andrew Robb 55,288 61.03 +5.02
Labor Daniel Guttmann 35,303 38.97 −5.02
Liberal hold Swing +5.02

Gorton[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Gorton[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Brendan O'Connor 44,449 50.73 −12.12
Liberal Phil Humphreys 22,328 25.48 +3.40
Greens Dinesh Jayasuriya 5,597 6.39 −2.58
Palmer United Anthony Barnes 5,238 5.98 +5.98
Sex Party Rhiannon Hunter 2,850 3.25 +3.25
Family First Scott Amberley 2,538 2.90 −2.11
Democratic Labour Michael Deverala 2,392 2.73 +2.73
Christians Mabor Chadhuol 1,132 1.29 +1.29
Katter's Australian Graham Macardy 1,090 1.24 +1.24
Total formal votes 87,614 92.89 −0.18
Informal votes 6,706 7.11 +0.18
Turnout 94,320 92.23 +0.30
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan O'Connor 57,933 66.12 −7.51
Liberal Phil Humphreys 29,681 33.88 +7.51
Labor hold Swing −7.51

Higgins[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Higgins[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kelly O'Dwyer 47,467 54.37 +3.89
Labor Wesa Chau 21,027 24.08 −5.22
Greens James Harrison 14,669 16.80 −0.97
Independent Graeme Weber 1,663 1.90 +1.90
Palmer United Phillip Dall 1,385 1.59 +1.59
Family First Jamie Baldwin 742 0.85 −0.19
Rise Up Australia Leanne Price 354 0.41 +0.41
Total formal votes 87,307 96.42 −0.68
Informal votes 3,239 3.58 +0.68
Turnout 90,546 91.97 −1.89
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kelly O'Dwyer 52,323 59.93 +4.53
Labor Wesa Chau 34,984 40.07 −4.53
Liberal hold Swing +4.53

Holt[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Holt[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Anthony Byrne 43,096 48.19 −6.92
Liberal Ricardo Balancy 29,181 32.63 +2.72
Palmer United Jatinder Singh 4,931 5.51 +5.51
Greens Jackie McCullough 3,469 3.88 −5.32
Sex Party Lachlan Smith 2,514 2.81 +2.81
Family First Pam Keenan 2,232 2.50 −2.46
Democratic Labour Michael Palma 1,835 2.05 +2.05
Christians Vivian Hill 1,232 1.38 +1.38
Rise Up Australia Jonathan Eli 933 1.04 +1.04
Total formal votes 89,423 93.92 −0.24
Informal votes 5,789 6.08 +0.24
Turnout 95,212 92.81 +0.65
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Anthony Byrne 52,836 59.09 −4.88
Liberal Ricardo Balancy 36,587 40.91 +4.88
Labor hold Swing −4.88

Hotham[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hotham[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Clare O'Neil 40,512 47.13 −7.22
Liberal Fazal Cader 31,929 37.14 +4.79
Greens Lorna Wyatt 7,327 8.52 −1.64
Palmer United Samuel Porter 2,981 3.47 +3.47
Family First Stephen Nowland 1,818 2.11 −0.25
Rise Up Australia Peter Vassiliou 1,392 1.62 +1.62
Total formal votes 85,959 95.17 −0.35
Informal votes 4,365 4.83 +0.35
Turnout 90,324 92.53 −0.56
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Clare O'Neil 49,232 57.27 −6.69
Liberal Fazal Cader 36,727 42.73 +6.69
Labor hold Swing −6.69

Indi[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Indi[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sophie Mirabella 39,785 44.68 −7.17
Independent Cathy McGowan 27,763 31.18 +31.18
Labor Robyn Walsh 10,375 11.65 −16.54
Greens Jenny O'Connor 3,041 3.42 −6.21
Palmer United Robert Murphy 2,417 2.71 +2.71
Sex Party Helma Aschenbrenner 1,402 1.57 +1.57
Family First Rick Leeworthy 1,330 1.49 −2.24
Rise Up Australia Robert Dudley 985 1.11 +1.11
Independent Jennifer Podesta 841 0.94 +0.94
Katter's Australian Phil Rourke 615 0.69 +0.69
Bullet Train William Hayes 489 0.55 +0.55
Total formal votes 89,043 94.91 −1.18
Informal votes 4,774 5.09 +1.18
Turnout 93,817 95.17 +0.56
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Sophie Mirabella 52,625 59.10 +0.11
Labor Robyn Walsh 36,418 40.90 −0.11
Two-candidate-preferred result
Independent Cathy McGowan 44,741 50.25 +50.25
Liberal Sophie Mirabella 44,302 49.75 −10.17
Independent gain from Liberal Swing N/A

Isaacs[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Isaacs[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Mark Dreyfus 35,837 41.33 −7.55
Liberal Garry Spencer 34,864 40.21 +5.12
Greens Sandra Miles 6,120 7.06 −3.84
Palmer United Avtar Gill 2,846 3.28 +3.28
Family First John Elliott 2,503 2.89 −0.76
Sex Party Laith Graham 2,093 2.41 +2.41
Democratic Labour James Leach 1,144 1.32 +1.32
Christians Karen Dobby 743 0.86 +0.86
Rise Up Australia Nadia Seaman 558 0.64 +0.64
Total formal votes 86,708 95.20 −0.09
Informal votes 4,375 4.80 +0.09
Turnout 91,083 93.01 +0.09
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Mark Dreyfus 46,704 53.86 −6.55
Liberal Garry Spencer 40,004 46.14 +6.55
Labor hold Swing −6.55

Jagajaga[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Jagajaga[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Nick McGowan 38,422 41.94 +7.01
Labor Jenny Macklin 34,813 38.00 −9.00
Greens Chris Kearney 11,863 12.95 −1.92
Sex Party Nicholas Wallis 2,565 2.80 +2.80
Palmer United Kitten Snape 2,452 2.68 +2.68
Family First Tahlia Eadie 1,490 1.63 −0.86
Total formal votes 91,605 96.27 +0.24
Informal votes 3,549 3.73 −0.24
Turnout 95,154 94.06 −0.26
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jenny Macklin 48,669 53.13 −8.02
Liberal Nick McGowan 42,936 46.87 +8.02
Labor hold Swing −8.02

Kooyong[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Kooyong[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 48,802 55.69 +3.20
Labor John Kennedy 19,655 22.43 −5.12
Greens Helen McLeod 14,526 16.58 −1.76
Independent Tiffany Harrison 1,464 1.67 +1.67
Palmer United Luke McNamara 1,406 1.60 +1.60
Family First Jaxon Calder 825 0.94 −0.60
Independent Angelina Zubac 621 0.71 +0.71
Rise Up Australia Tim Kriedemann 327 0.37 +0.37
Total formal votes 87,626 96.61 −0.61
Informal votes 3,073 3.39 +0.61
Turnout 90,699 93.38 −0.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Josh Frydenberg 53,504 61.06 +3.61
Labor John Kennedy 34,122 38.94 −3.61
Liberal hold Swing +3.61

La Trobe[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: La Trobe[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Jason Wood 40,925 46.05 +3.01
Labor Laura Smyth 28,488 32.06 −7.35
Greens Michael Schilling 8,905 10.02 −1.98
Palmer United Jason Kennedy 4,514 5.08 +5.08
Sex Party Martin Leahy 2,475 2.79 +0.46
Family First Daniel Martin 1,680 1.89 −0.68
Democratic Labour Rachel Jenkins 1,168 1.31 +1.31
Rise Up Australia Kevin Seaman 711 0.80 +0.80
Total formal votes 88,866 95.61 −0.35
Informal votes 4,083 4.39 +0.35
Turnout 92,949 94.84 +0.41
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jason Wood 47,998 54.01 +5.67
Labor Laura Smyth 40,868 45.99 −5.67
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +5.67

Lalor[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Lalor[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Joanne Ryan 42,184 45.17 −18.78
Liberal Nihal Samara 27,321 29.26 +6.13
Greens Beck Sheffield-Brotherton 5,615 6.01 −1.14
Palmer United Joe Zappia 5,416 5.80 +5.80
Sex Party Angel Harwood 3,004 3.22 +3.22
Family First Daryl Pollard 2,653 2.84 −0.07
Independent Nathan Mullins 1,842 1.97 +1.97
Democratic Labour Michael Freeman 1,768 1.89 +1.89
Rise Up Australia Marion Vale 1,684 1.80 +1.80
Christians Geoff Rogers 1,535 1.64 +1.64
Stable Population Jonathan Page 359 0.38 +0.38
Total formal votes 93,381 93.37 −0.88
Informal votes 6,630 6.63 +0.88
Turnout 100,011 93.12 +0.23
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Joanne Ryan 58,041 62.16 −9.96
Liberal Nihal Samara 35,340 37.84 +9.96
Labor hold Swing −9.96

Mallee[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Mallee[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
National Andrew Broad 33,270 38.76 −23.82
Liberal Chris Crewther 23,363 27.22 +24.12
Labor Lydia Senior 15,020 17.50 −3.33
Katter's Australian Vince Cirillo 3,195 3.72 +3.72
Palmer United Mark Cory 2,883 3.36 +3.36
Greens Jane Macallister 2,637 3.07 −4.67
Sex Party Amy Mulcahy 2,118 2.47 +2.47
Family First Neil Buller 1,356 1.58 −3.67
Rise Up Australia Tim Middleton 772 0.90 +0.90
Independent Allen Ridgeway 595 0.69 +0.69
Country Alliance Michael Coldham 384 0.45 +0.45
CEC Chris Lahy 241 0.28 +0.28
Total formal votes 85,834 93.09 −2.53
Informal votes 6,373 6.91 +2.53
Turnout 92,207 94.70 +0.25
Two-party-preferred result
National Andrew Broad 63,224 73.66 +0.40
Labor Lydia Senior 22,610 26.34 −0.40
Two-candidate-preferred result
National Andrew Broad 48,243 56.21 −15.20
Liberal Chris Crewther 37,591 43.79 +43.79
National hold Swing N/A

Maribyrnong[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Maribyrnong[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Bill Shorten 43,162 47.90 −7.67
Liberal Ted Hatzakortzian 29,767 33.03 +4.44
Greens Richard Keech 8,920 9.90 −2.01
Palmer United Philip Cutler 2,470 2.74 +2.74
Sex Party Amy Myers 2,313 2.57 +2.57
Democratic Labour Marguerita Kavanagh 1,258 1.40 +1.40
Family First Hayleigh Carlson 944 1.05 −1.81
Christians Joe Paterno 888 0.99 +0.99
Rise Up Australia Jeff Truscott 395 0.44 +0.44
Total formal votes 90,117 93.82 −0.56
Informal votes 5,940 6.18 +0.56
Turnout 96,057 91.56 −0.08
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bill Shorten 55,320 61.39 −6.10
Liberal Ted Hatzakortzian 34,797 38.61 +6.10
Labor hold Swing −6.10

McEwen[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: McEwen[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Donna Petrovich 40,853 40.34 +4.11
Labor Rob Mitchell 38,091 37.62 −10.19
Greens Neil Barker 7,187 7.10 −3.59
Palmer United Trevor Dance 6,822 6.74 +6.74
Sex Party Victoria Nash 3,256 3.22 +3.22
Family First Barry Newton 2,906 2.87 −0.87
Katter's Australian Bruce Stevens 997 0.98 +0.98
Country Alliance Ian Cranson 686 0.68 +0.68
Rise Up Australia Ferdie Verdan 463 0.46 +0.46
Total formal votes 101,261 95.38 +0.21
Informal votes 4,910 4.62 −0.21
Turnout 106,171 94.83 −1.81
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Rob Mitchell 50,787 50.15 −9.04
Liberal Donna Petrovich 50,474 49.85 +9.04
Labor hold Swing −9.04

McMillan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: McMillan[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Russell Broadbent 47,316 50.36 +1.31
Labor Anthony Naus 23,537 25.05 −10.71
Greens Malcolm McKelvie 7,157 7.62 −2.09
Palmer United Matthew Sherry 4,380 4.66 +4.66
Katter's Australian David Amor 2,262 2.41 +2.41
Sex Party Benjamin Staggard 2,168 2.31 +2.20
Family First Luke Conlon 1,893 2.01 −1.24
Democratic Labour Andrew Kis-Rigo 1,641 1.75 +1.75
Independent John Parker 1,245 1.33 +1.33
Country Alliance Ross Fisher 822 0.87 +0.87
Independent Leigh Gatt 695 0.74 −1.35
Rise Up Australia Norman Baker 627 0.67 +0.67
Senator Online Gary Patton 209 0.22 +0.22
Total formal votes 93,952 93.89 −2.15
Informal votes 6,118 6.11 +2.15
Turnout 100,070 94.64 +0.34
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Russell Broadbent 58,095 61.83 +7.62
Labor Anthony Naus 35,857 38.17 −7.62
Liberal hold Swing +7.62

Melbourne[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Melbourne[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Greens Adam Bandt 36,035 42.62 +7.03
Labor Cath Bowtell 22,490 26.60 −11.54
Liberal Sean Armistead 19,301 22.83 +1.37
Sex Party James Mangisi 1,621 1.92 +0.06
Anthony Main 1,140 1.35 +1.35
Palmer United Martin Vrbnjak 780 0.92 +0.92
Animal Justice Nyree Walshe 628 0.74 +0.74
Family First Noelle Walker 453 0.54 −1.03
Independent Kate Borland 443 0.52 +0.52
Democratic Labour Michael Murphy 442 0.52 +0.52
Bullet Train Josh Davidson 297 0.35 +0.35
Secular Royston Wilding 230 0.27 −0.43
Independent Frazer Kirkman 183 0.22 +0.22
Stable Population Michael Bayliss 173 0.20 +0.20
Aust. Independents Paul Cummins 170 0.20 +0.20
Rise Up Australia Joyce Khoo 165 0.20 +0.20
Total formal votes 84,551 94.05 −2.28
Informal votes 5,348 5.95 +2.28
Turnout 89,899 90.80 +0.71
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Cath Bowtell 58,555 69.25 −3.52
Liberal Sean Armistead 25,996 30.75 +3.52
Two-candidate-preferred result
Greens Adam Bandt 46,732 55.27 −0.64
Labor Cath Bowtell 37,819 44.73 +0.64
Greens hold Swing −0.64

Melbourne Ports[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Melbourne Ports[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin Ekendahl 33,278 41.05 +3.66
Labor Michael Danby 25,676 31.67 −6.56
Greens Ann Birrell 16,353 20.17 −0.82
Sex Party Melissa Star 3,089 3.81 +1.59
Palmer United Toby Stodart 1,122 1.38 +1.38
Democratic Labour Vince Stefano 540 0.67 +0.67
Family First Robert Keenan 490 0.60 −0.14
Stable Population Steven Armstrong 324 0.40 +0.40
Rise Up Australia Margaret Quinn 201 0.25 +0.25
Total formal votes 81,073 96.18 −0.59
Informal votes 3,223 3.82 +0.59
Turnout 84,296 90.14 +0.61
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Michael Danby 43,419 53.56 −4.33
Liberal Kevin Ekendahl 37,654 46.44 +4.33
Labor hold Swing −4.33

Menzies[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Menzies[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin Andrews 52,290 58.88 +5.33
Labor Manoj Kumar 22,788 25.66 −6.52
Greens Richard Cranston 7,663 8.63 −2.09
Palmer United Agostino Guardiani 2,353 2.65 +2.65
Family First Andrew Conlon 1,917 2.16 −1.39
Independent Ramon Robinson 1,287 1.45 +1.45
Rise Up Australia Phil Baker 508 0.57 +0.57
Total formal votes 88,806 95.70 −0.20
Informal votes 3,987 4.30 +0.20
Turnout 92,793 94.13 −0.06
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kevin Andrews 57,235 64.45 +5.80
Labor Manoj Kumar 31,571 35.55 −5.80
Liberal hold Swing +5.80

Murray[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Murray[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sharman Stone 54,490 61.41 −2.78
Labor Rod Higgins 18,403 20.74 −3.07
Greens Damien Stevens 3,485 3.93 −2.40
Palmer United Catriona Thoolen 2,964 3.34 +3.34
Katter's Australian Michael Bourke 2,423 2.73 +2.73
Sex Party Tristram Chellew 2,337 2.63 +2.63
Family First Alan Walker 1,589 1.79 −1.79
Independent Wendy Buck 1,176 1.33 +1.33
Bullet Train Fern Summer 986 1.11 +1.11
Rise Up Australia Raymond Hungerford 563 0.63 +0.63
CEC Jeff Davy 316 0.36 −0.20
Total formal votes 88,732 93.67 −0.62
Informal votes 5,992 6.33 +0.62
Turnout 94,724 94.60 +0.06
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Sharman Stone 62,882 70.87 +1.29
Labor Rod Higgins 25,850 29.13 −1.29
Liberal hold Swing +1.29

Scullin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Scullin[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Andrew Giles 45,484 50.26 −9.55
Liberal Jag Chugha 26,369 29.14 +3.47
Greens Rose Ljubicic 6,780 7.49 −1.70
Palmer United Peter Cooper 5,991 6.62 +6.62
Sex Party Nathan Rolph 2,453 2.71 +2.71
Family First Katie Conlon 2,394 2.65 −2.43
Katter's Australian Domenic Greco 1,025 1.13 +1.13
Total formal votes 90,496 93.57 −0.71
Informal votes 6,214 6.43 +0.71
Turnout 96,710 93.26 −0.92
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Andrew Giles 58,232 64.35 −6.18
Liberal Jag Chugha 32,264 35.65 +6.18
Labor hold Swing −6.18

Wannon[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Wannon[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Dan Tehan 47,392 53.73 +8.29
Labor Michael Barling 26,044 29.53 −1.79
Greens Tim Emanuelle 5,668 6.43 +0.20
Palmer United Bradley Ferguson 3,519 3.99 +3.99
Sex Party Chris Johnson 2,455 2.78 +2.78
Family First Craig Haberfield 1,957 2.22 −0.10
Christians Therese Corbett 1,167 1.32 +1.32
Total formal votes 88,202 96.01 +1.18
Informal votes 3,665 3.99 −1.18
Turnout 91,867 95.68 +0.34
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dan Tehan 52,984 60.07 +4.41
Labor Michael Barling 35,218 39.93 −4.41
Liberal hold Swing +4.41

Wills[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Wills[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Kelvin Thomson 40,931 45.14 −6.07
Liberal Shilpa Hegde 20,710 22.84 +0.04
Greens Tim Read 20,157 22.23 +0.12
Sex Party Adrian Trajstman 2,363 2.61 +2.51
Palmer United Anne Murray-Dufoulon 2,158 2.38 +2.38
Independent Dean O'Callaghan 2,040 2.25 +2.25
Family First Concetta Giglia 1,285 1.42 −0.15
Socialist Alliance Margarita Windisch 1,024 1.13 +0.30
Total formal votes 90,668 94.47 +0.45
Informal votes 5,304 5.53 −0.45
Turnout 95,972 90.97 −0.16
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kelvin Thomson 64,161 70.76 −2.77
Liberal Shilpa Hegde 26,507 29.24 +2.77
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Kelvin Thomson 59,118 65.20 −7.44
Greens Tim Read 31,550 34.80 +34.80
Labor hold Swing N/A

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