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

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Australian federal election, 2013
(Western Australia)
Australia
2010 ←
7 September 2013
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All 15 West Australian 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 12 seats 3 seats
Seats won 12 seats 3 seats
Seat change - -
Popular vote 738,110 528,394
Percentage 58.28% 41.72%
Swing Increase1.87 Decrease1.87

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

Electoral divisions: Western Australia

Overall results[edit]

Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal Party of Australia 599,153 47.31 +0.29 12 +1
  Australian Labor Party 364,252 28.76 –2.42 3 0
  Australian Greens 123,370 9.74 –2.42 0 0
  Palmer United Party 67,332 5.32 +5.32 0 0
  National Party (WA) 49,430 3.90 +0.32 0 –1
  Australian Christians 25,649 2.03 +2.03 0 0
  Family First Party 11,777 0.93 –0.79 0 0
  Rise Up Australia Party 9,153 0.72 +0.72 0 0
  Katter's Australian Party 4,997 0.39 +0.39 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 2,236 0.18 +0.01 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 1,638 0.13 +0.02 0 0
  Australian Sports Party 1,324 0.10 +0.10 0 0
  Australian Democrats 1,170 0.09 +0.09 0 0
  Australian Protectionist Party 923 0.07 +0.07 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 743 0.06 −0.05 0 0
  Independents 3,357 0.27 –0.15 0 0
  Total 1,266,504     15
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition 738,110 58.28 +1.87 12 0
  Australian Labor Party 528,394 41.72 –1.87 3 0

Results by division[edit]

Brand[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Brand[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Gary Gray 35,093 40.39 −0.41
Liberal Donna Gordin 33,634 38.71 −0.67
Palmer United Craig Lawrence 6,518 7.50 +7.50
Greens Dawn Jecks 6,343 7.30 −7.44
Family First Andrew Newhouse 2,079 2.39 −0.42
Christians Bob Burdett 1,685 1.94 +1.94
Rise Up Australia Gabrielle Iriks 646 0.74 +0.74
Democrats Paul Young 598 0.69 +0.69
CEC Mick Le-Cocq 280 0.32 +0.32
Total formal votes 86,876 94.29 −0.48
Informal votes 5,257 5.71 +0.48
Turnout 92,133 92.29 −1.07
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Gary Gray 45,940 52.88 −0.45
Liberal Donna Gordin 40,936 47.12 +0.45
Labor hold Swing −0.45

Canning[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Canning[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Don Randall 45,189 51.07 +4.89
Labor Joanne Dean 23,578 26.64 −13.71
Greens Damon Pages-Oliver 6,547 7.40 −0.89
Palmer United Wendy Lamotte 6,088 6.88 +6.88
Christians Derek Bruning 2,742 3.10 +3.10
National James Forsyth 1,707 1.93 +1.93
Family First Alice Harper 1,197 1.35 −0.19
Katter's Australian Richard Eldridge 776 0.88 +0.88
Rise Up Australia Lee Rumble 669 0.76 +0.76
Total formal votes 88,493 94.48 −1.00
Informal votes 5,173 5.52 +1.00
Turnout 93,666 92.05 −1.11
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Don Randall 54,700 61.81 +9.62
Labor Joanne Dean 33,793 38.19 −9.62
Liberal hold Swing +9.62

Cowan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Cowan[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Luke Simpkins 41,849 49.59 −0.47
Labor Tristan Cockman 27,248 32.29 −0.16
Greens Adam Collins 6,677 7.91 −4.62
Palmer United Vimal Sharma 4,501 5.33 +5.33
Christians David Kingston 1,802 2.14 +2.14
Family First Che Tam Nguyen 1,442 1.71 −0.65
Rise Up Australia Sheila Mundy 869 1.03 +1.03
Total formal votes 84,388 94.90 +0.02
Informal votes 4,536 5.10 −0.02
Turnout 88,924 93.09 −1.14
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Luke Simpkins 48,487 57.46 +1.17
Labor Tristan Cockman 35,901 42.54 −1.17
Liberal hold Swing +1.17

Curtin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Curtin[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Julie Bishop 52,623 62.06 +0.93
Labor Daryl Tan 15,189 17.91 −1.36
Greens Judith Cullity 12,985 15.31 −2.41
Palmer United Glenn Baker 2,237 2.64 +2.64
Christians Gail Forder 1,058 1.25 +1.25
Rise Up Australia Jennifer Whately 708 0.83 +0.83
Total formal votes 84,800 96.75 −0.32
Informal votes 2,850 3.25 +0.32
Turnout 87,650 92.86 −0.36
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Julie Bishop 57,171 67.42 +1.23
Labor Daryl Tan 27,629 32.58 −1.23
Liberal hold Swing +1.23

Durack[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Durack[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Melissa Price 28,143 38.01 −7.06
National Shane Van Styn 17,145 23.16 +5.46
Labor Daron Keogh 15,018 20.28 −3.75
Greens Ian James 5,227 7.06 −2.19
Palmer United Des Headland 4,998 6.75 +6.75
Christians Grahame Gould 972 1.31 +1.31
Rise Up Australia Shane Foreman 810 1.09 +1.09
Katter's Australian Aaron Todd 783 1.06 +1.06
Family First Ian Rose 763 1.03 −1.37
CEC Judy Sudholz 177 0.24 +0.24
Total formal votes 74,036 93.61 −1.53
Informal votes 5,056 6.39 +1.53
Turnout 79,092 87.04 −1.15
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Melissa Price 48,031 64.88 +1.21
Labor Daron Keogh 26,005 35.12 −1.21
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Melissa Price 39,965 53.98 −9.69
National Shane Van Styn 34,071 46.02 +46.02
Liberal hold Swing N/A

Forrest[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Forrest[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Nola Marino 42,640 49.92 +0.96
Labor John Borlini 21,579 25.26 −2.93
Greens Gordon Tayler 8,136 9.52 −3.96
National Michael Rose 5,338 6.25 +0.27
Palmer United Edward Dabrowski 4,301 5.03 +5.03
Christians Wayne Barnett 1,374 1.61 +1.61
Family First Bev Custers 1,270 1.49 −0.46
Rise Up Australia Mark Morien 581 0.68 +0.68
CEC Ian Tuffnell 204 0.24 +0.24
Total formal votes 85,423 94.37 −1.08
Informal votes 5,095 5.63 +1.08
Turnout 90,518 93.41 −0.78
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Nola Marino 53,198 62.28 +3.54
Labor John Borlini 32,225 37.72 −3.54
Liberal hold Swing +3.54

Fremantle[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Fremantle[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Melissa Parke 35,554 40.82 +1.88
Liberal Matthew Hanssen 33,219 38.14 −0.43
Greens Jordon Steele-John 10,354 11.89 −5.76
Palmer United Vashil Sharma 3,451 3.96 +3.96
Christians Owen Mulder 1,163 1.34 +1.34
Katter's Australian Richard McNaught 1,061 1.22 +1.22
Family First Jim McCourt 811 0.93 −0.78
Socialist Alliance Sam Wainwright 743 0.85 +0.05
Rise Up Australia Philip Scott 416 0.48 +0.48
Protectionist Teresa Van Lieshout 205 0.24 +0.24
CEC Ron Rowlands 131 0.15 +0.15
Total formal votes 87,108 93.64 −0.93
Informal votes 5,916 6.36 +0.93
Turnout 93,024 92.26 −0.97
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Melissa Parke 47,705 54.77 −0.93
Liberal Matthew Hanssen 39,403 45.23 +0.93
Labor hold Swing −0.93

Hasluck[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hasluck[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ken Wyatt 38,951 45.42 +3.43
Labor Adrian Evans 28,081 32.74 −4.79
Greens Peter Langlands 6,546 7.63 −5.15
Palmer United Robin Scott 5,885 6.86 +6.86
Sex Party Chris Munro 2,236 2.61 +2.61
Christians Jason Whittaker 2,130 2.48 +2.48
Family First Kyran Sharrin 1,365 1.59 −0.67
Katter's Australian Daniel Stevens 569 0.66 +0.66
Total formal votes 85,763 94.32 −0.04
Informal votes 5,163 5.68 +0.04
Turnout 90,926 92.34 −0.73
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ken Wyatt 47,057 54.87 +4.30
Labor Adrian Evans 38,706 45.13 −4.30
Liberal hold Swing +4.30

Moore[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Moore[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ian Goodenough 45,562 53.08 −1.08
Labor Jason Lawrance 22,324 26.01 −0.36
Greens Louahna Lloyd 8,539 9.95 −3.62
Palmer United Gary Morris 5,745 6.69 +6.69
Christians Rex Host 1,602 1.87 +1.87
Sports Party Josh Catalano 1,324 1.54 +1.54
Rise Up Australia Mary Pritchett 738 0.86 +0.86
Total formal votes 85,834 95.49 −0.16
Informal votes 4,055 4.51 +0.16
Turnout 89,889 92.48 −0.59
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ian Goodenough 53,100 61.86 +0.67
Labor Jason Lawrance 32,734 38.14 −0.67
Liberal hold Swing +0.67

O'Connor[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: O'Connor[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Rick Wilson 32,284 39.13 +0.77
National Chub Witham 20,914 25.35 −3.50
Labor Michael Salt 14,234 17.25 +0.14
Greens Diane Evers 5,627 6.82 −2.04
Palmer United Michael Lucas 3,581 4.34 +4.34
Christians Mike Walsh 2,079 2.52 +2.52
Independent Jane Mouritz 1,431 1.73 +1.73
Family First Steven Fuhrmann 698 0.85 −0.58
Katter's Australian Phillip Bouwman 660 0.80 +0.80
Rise Up Australia Vanessa Korber 595 0.72 +0.72
CEC Jean Robinson 407 0.49 +0.03
Total formal votes 82,510 94.01 −0.62
Informal votes 5,256 5.99 +0.62
Turnout 87,766 92.27 −0.53
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Rick Wilson 55,486 67.25 −5.75
Labor Michael Salt 27,024 32.75 +5.75
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Rick Wilson 42,040 50.95 +4.51
National Chub Witham 40,470 49.05 −4.51
Liberal gain from National Swing +4.51

Pearce[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Pearce[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christian Porter 40,275 45.67 −4.24
Labor Madeleine West 22,827 25.88 −3.64
Greens Sarah Nielsen-Harvey 9,901 11.23 −2.01
Palmer United Francis Hough 6,587 7.47 +7.47
National Craig McAllister 4,326 4.91 +2.37
Christians Danielle Canas 1,746 1.98 +1.98
Rise Up Australia Diane Davies 791 0.90 +0.90
Katter's Australian Eddie Richards 727 0.82 +0.82
Democrats Matthew Corica 572 0.65 +0.65
CEC Norman Gay 439 0.50 −0.08
Total formal votes 88,191 94.10 −0.19
Informal votes 5,528 5.90 +0.19
Turnout 93,719 92.49 −0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Christian Porter 51,206 58.06 −0.80
Labor Madeleine West 36,985 41.94 +0.80
Liberal hold Swing −0.80

Perth[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Perth[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Alannah MacTiernan 34,215 41.25 +1.06
Liberal Darryl Moore 33,021 39.81 +1.07
Greens Jonathan Hallett 8,801 10.61 −5.54
Palmer United Gabriel Harfouche 2,897 3.49 +3.49
Christians Paul Connelly 1,891 2.28 +2.28
Independent Ant Clark 1,025 1.24 +1.24
Family First Lesley Croll 669 0.81 −0.74
Rise Up Australia Evelyn Edney 422 0.51 +0.51
Total formal votes 82,941 94.72 −0.08
Informal votes 4,625 5.28 +0.08
Turnout 87,566 91.96 −0.08
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Alannah MacTiernan 45,079 54.35 −1.53
Liberal Darryl Moore 37,862 45.65 +1.53
Labor hold Swing −1.53

Stirling[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Stirling[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Michael Keenan 43,039 51.82 +1.91
Labor Dan Caddy 23,531 28.33 −3.54
Greens Tim Clifford 9,359 11.27 −1.63
Palmer United Wayne Thompson 3,342 4.02 +4.02
Christians Kevin Host 1,704 2.05 +2.05
Independent Kim Mubarak 901 1.08 +1.08
Family First Matueny Luke 686 0.83 −0.21
Rise Up Australia Alison Rowe 498 0.60 +0.60
Total formal votes 83,060 94.34 −0.64
Informal votes 4,986 5.66 +0.64
Turnout 88,046 91.44 −1.03
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Michael Keenan 50,083 60.30 +4.75
Labor Dan Caddy 32,977 39.70 −4.75
Liberal hold Swing +4.75

Swan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Swan[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Steve Irons 39,972 48.86 +2.35
Labor John Bissett 25,037 30.60 −4.68
Greens Gerard Siero 9,446 11.55 −0.26
Palmer United Kenneth Duncan 3,463 4.23 +4.23
Christians Steve Klomp 1,465 1.79 +1.79
Family First Moyna Rapp 797 0.97 −0.26
Protectionist Troy Ellis 718 0.88 +0.88
Rise Up Australia Paul Davies 488 0.60 +0.60
Katter's Australian Noel Avery 421 0.51 +0.51
Total formal votes 81,807 94.37 −0.73
Informal votes 4,879 5.63 +0.73
Turnout 86,686 90.97 −1.00
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Steve Irons 46,246 56.53 +4.00
Labor John Bissett 35,561 43.47 −4.00
Liberal hold Swing +4.00

Tangney[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Tangney[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Dennis Jensen 48,752 57.17 +1.48
Labor Luke Willis 20,744 24.33 −1.47
Greens Peter Best 8,882 10.42 −3.07
Palmer United Wayne Driver 3,738 4.38 +4.38
Christians John Wieske 2,236 2.62 +2.62
Rise Up Australia Stephen Carson 922 1.08 +1.08
Total formal votes 85,274 95.83 −0.69
Informal votes 3,707 4.17 +0.69
Turnout 88,981 93.81 −0.41
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dennis Jensen 55,144 64.67 +2.35
Labor Luke Willis 30,130 35.33 −2.35
Liberal hold Swing +2.35

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